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Emergency Medicine at Warren General Hospital

We would like to introduce you to an exceptional opportunity to practice Emergency Medicine in Pennsylvania. Warren General Hospital in Warren, Pennsylvania is seeking additional Emergency Medicine physicians to join their dynamic team of hospital-based physicians.

Position Available For:

  • Emergency Medicine trained physicians.
  • Part- and full-time opportunities.
  • Physicians that are board eligible or board certified in Emergency Medicine.
  • 12 hour shifts (1784 hours worked). 12 shifts per month.
  • The Emergency Department volume is currently over 18,000 patients per year.

Warren General Hospital is an 89-bed acute care facility plus 16 Transitional Care Beds with 50+ member medical staff. Also pro vide MRI, PET & CT scanning, Doppler ultrasound, nuclear medicine and cancer care center as well as 24 hour emergency care center. Visit the Warren General Hospital website for more information.

The city of Warren (population 11,000 with 75,000 service area) is located in the northwest Pennsylvania County of Warren. Situated in the Allegheny National Forest region, it offers endless opportunities to explore nature inall four seasons. Warren also offers a full array of cultural activities through it's Library Theatre, Warren Players, Civic Orchestra and the nearby Chautauqua Institution. It offers excellent public and private schools, safe neighborhoods and affordable housing. Located just 60 miles from Erie, Pennsylvania, 95 miles from Buffalo, New York and 35 miles from Pittsburgh.

As a member of UPMC Hamot's Regional Health Services you would receive a generous hourly rate plus a productivity bonus. The benefits package also includes paid malpractice insurance, medical and dental insurance, 457)b) deferred compensation plan, 403 (b) tax shelter, pension plan, short and long term disability, group life insurance, as well as interview and relocation expenses.

Contact Us

Christine Yost
Physician Recruiter
Fax: 814-877-2980​​​

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