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Physician - Ear Nose & Throat - SSM Health Dean Medical Group - South Campus - Madison, WI
ENT-Otolaryngology | WI-SSM Health Dean Medical Group Madison North High Point | Madison, WI | Req #: R131374

SSM Health Dean Medical Group is actively recruiting a full-time (1.0FTE) Otolaryngologist to join their team.

Opportunity Highlights:

  • Department currently consists of 5 other established ENT MD's and 3 APs
  • Call would be split 1:5
  • Ideal candidate excels in all areas of ENT, and subspecialty interest is welcomed
  • Large volume and need for Moh's reconstructions, with facial trauma/mandible experience also helpful
  • Collegial team and fully supportive working environment where physicians and APs work together for ideal patient case
  • EPIC EMR utilized
  • Excellent onboarding process

SSM Health Dean Medical Group - Madison, WI

SSM Health Dean Medical Group, a 500+ physician multi-specialty group. Additional details include:

  • The new physician is expected to have skills and interests in both outpatient and inpatient ENT.
  • 4.5 days/week or 4/5 day alternating work week offers an excellent work/life balance.
  • Provide outreach 1 day a week
  • Inpatient and outpatient surgical block times available
  • Clinic equipped with multiple scopes as well as procedure suites to allow large volume of patient care and procedures to be done outside of the OR.
  • Ability to perform high level cases but university practice is nearby for situations beyond our capabilities.

The Hospital

  • SSM Health St. Mary's Hospital, a 440-bed tertiary care and referral center and was named among the nation's 100 Top Hospitals® for 2018 by IBM Watson HealthTM. which spotlights the best-performing hospitals in the U.S. based on clinical, operational and patient satisfaction metrics and data.
  • The St. Mary's Neonatal Intensive Care Unit (NICU) was the first facility in the state of Wisconsin to care for critically ill newborns. The NICU, which is a Level III unit has 31 beds, is staffed by six neonatologists and nurses who specialize in care of 490 critically ill newborns annually.
  • SSM Health St. Mary's Hospital and Dean Medical Group are part of SSM Health, an integrated health system that has facilities in Wisconsin, Illinois, Missouri, and Oklahoma.

The Community

  • Madison, population 252,000, consistently ranks as one of the top places in the country to live, work, go to school, play, and raise a family.
  • Madison was named as 3rd best place to live in America by Livability.com in 2020
  • Built around four lakes, Madison satisfies outdoor enthusiasts with its public parks, beaches, marinas, and numerous bicycle trails.

For more information contact:

Jody Chellevold, Physician and Executive Recruiter at SSM Health

Phone 608.636.4203. jody.chellevold@ssmhealth.com



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