Cooper University Hospital is a level one trauma center and a 635 bed University Hospital. We are the only tertiary care center and the first Advanced Certified Comprehensive Stroke Unit in Southern New Jersey. We employ more than 900 physicians and 325 trainees in all medical and surgical specialties.
Cooper University Hospital has its own on-campus medical school, the Cooper Medical School of Rowan University (CMSRU). Academic Appointments are available to all physicians at the Instructor, Assistant Professor and Associate Professor of Clinical Medicine levels at CMSRU.
Cooper Medical School of Rowan University and Cooper University Health Care are actively committed to diversity at all levels of the organization and seeking a BE/BC Critical Care physician to immediately join a renowned critical care academic center as our practice continues to expand. Our forward thinking, innovative academic practice has changed the way critical care is practiced throughout the world, but most importantly at home in southern New Jersey. You will have the opportunity to practice in a tertiary care academic center and our community practices. The position provides unique opportunities to work within our multi-disciplinary critical care program. Successful candidates should have a strong clinical skills and a willingness to grow as a researcher, administrator or educator in the field of Critical Care. Opportunities to grow within the Division of Critical Care are abundant and we actively seek candidates who want to explore their academic interests.
Cooper Critical Care is world and is committed to outstanding patient care, research and education. The department provides high quality critical care in 6 adult ICUs with over 130 ICU beds across 6 hospitals in New Jersey.
We are the oldest critical care training program in the Philadelphia area. The program continues to train fellows in the practice of critical care, supports and an active advance practice provider service and we have brought our academic excellence to the community. Since 2015, we have practiced outside our tertiary care hospital, improving care and recently playing a key role in guiding southern New Jersey through the pandemic.
The Division of Critical Care manages Intensivist Services at several other Hospitals in the surrounding areas in addition to Cooper in Camden, NJ:
We offer competitive salaries to all of our providers. Total compensation is based on your schedule, location rotation, and any other additional roles – such as Directorships or Committee Participation. Each salary is specific to the provider.
Other points of interest:
Must be board certified or board eligible and have an active New Jersey license
In interested in leaerning more about physician opportunities within critical care, please email
Jenna Scurti at scurti-jenna1@CooperHealth.edu
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