Bronson Methodist Hospital in Kalamazoo, Michigan is seeking a BC/BE Trauma Critical Care Surgeon to join its ACS-Verified Level I Trauma Center. Candidate will join six other trauma critical care surgeons and have opportunity to pursue clinical and basic science research, as well as resident teaching and academic affiliation through Western Michigan University School of Medicine. Bronson, a national leader in healthcare quality, is a tertiary and teaching hospital serving a ten-county population of one million in southwest Michigan and northern Indiana. The Bronson Trauma Center has been a verified Level I Trauma Center since 1989, the only Level 1 trauma Center in southwest Michigan, operates a 20-bed TCU and has approximately 1400 visits/year, and is supported by helicopter. *Bronson is a Distinguished Hospital for Clinical Excellence™ from HealthGrades (2009), a Magnet Hospital for Nursing, and a recipient of the 2005 Malcolm Baldrige National Quality Award.* Thanks to the efforts of more than 7,000 employees and our 1,000+ member medical staff, Bronson is ranked among the best healthcare organizations in the nation for quality, safety, service, and patient, provider and staff engagement. For more information about Bronson Methodist Hospital please visit www.bronsonhealth.com.
Located halfway between Chicago and Detroit, the area offers many year-round family attractions, events and festivals for children of all ages. Abundant natural resources, including easy access to Lake Michigan, make it the perfect choice for biking, boating and skiing. With a variety of entertainment, quality dining, unique shops and galleries, you will find something to please the entire family.
Please send a CV and letter of interest to: Cadace Lee, Bronson Provider Recruitment, firstname.lastname@example.org or call (269) 341-8631.
Bronson Methodist Hospital is a national leader in healthcare as evidenced by it's numerous quality awards. With 434-all private beds, Bronson is a tertiary hospital, Level 1 trauma center, that covers all of northern Indiana and southwestern Michigan covering virtually every specialty.