General Anesthesiologist

Job ID#33623 • Illinois • Posted: 01/21/2023

Specialty Needed:  Anesthesia 
BC/BE Requirements:  BC 
Length Of Assignment:  Ongoing 
Facility Type:  Hospital 
Trama Level – 1  
Qualifications:   Licensed in IL or IMLC LOQ in hand is required; Clean, Active DEA (change address) 
BC/BE Requirements:  Board Certified in Anesthesiology.  Board Eligible candidates will not be considered at this time.  Candidates must be comfortable/experienced (and have recent case logs) with a mix of the following: surgeries, supervision of CRNA staff, rounding, consults, follow ups. Proficient in standard procedures for anesthesiologist, including but not limited to: central lines, art lines, epidurals. No call duties at this time.
Facility Type: Hospital
Reason for Coverage Need: Growing volumes, anesthesiologist opening
Processing Time for Privileges:  60-90 days for full privileges. Once file is 100% complete, must go to committee meetings.
Provider must agree to the following requirements: Complete locum forms (IMPACT, Pharmacy and Medical History Forms), provide a professional headshot, and complete online training modules (Carle-LMS), which takes approximately 2 hours (locum must complete prior to orientation).
Pre-employment drug screening, executive physical, and immunization review on orientation day.  
Schedule:   As soon as credentialed, beginning in March, M-F 7:00a-3:00p, ongoing for an undetermined length of time. 
Locum must be able to attend an onsite orientation on a weekday prior to first assignment (typically set for 7:30a-5p), which would include a physical, drug screening, immunization review, administrative paperwork and EPIC Training.  
Patient Population Mix: Mix of Adult and Geriatric.  Dedicated pediatric anesthesiologist coverage onsite.  
Average Number of Cases per day (patients,   
inpatients, follow-ups, etc.): 15
Number of Beds: 453
Number of Physicians in Department: 13
Support Staff: 13 MDs, 60+ CRNAs
Procedures Required (types of procedures to be performed by locum tenens provider): Standard scope of practice by a General Anesthesiologist, such as nerve blocks and epidurals.
Includes supervision of CRNAs.  Typical ratio is 1:4 but we have an experienced team of CRNAs (teams for peds, OB, and heart)  
Locum will cover in the main ORs, but may depend on the candidate and their experience/comfort level for the Trauma OR’s.  
No call responsibilities associated with this locum need.  

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