We are looking for a Critical Care Anesthesiologist to join our group. This person will cover the Critical Care service approximately 30% and be in the Anesthesia Operating room the remainder of his/her clinical time. We would very much like the candidate to be willing to work in Cardiovascular Anesthesia, but this is not necessary for this position.
Highlights of our department, our corporation, and the Critical Care faculty position
CAP Anesthesia PC is partner-owed physician group of anesthesiologists and pain medicine specialists. Although we are a small (200+ beds) hospital-based practice, the following are some benefit highlights that set us apart from the larger institutions and those non-corporate anesthesia groups.
Salary. Starting salaries are dependent on experience. After two years, the physician has a partnership vote-in. If you are a new physician, the expectation is that after two years you will have passed both your anesthesia and specialty boards. Moonlighting (night/weekend call) is paid at $1000 for 12-hour shifts ($2,000 for 24-hour weekend days).
Benefits. Your entire healthcare/dental/Life and AD+D are paid 100% by CAP Anesthesia.
- Health & FSA. We currently have Blue Cross Blue Shield with a $1000 deductible that can be offset by our Flexible Spending Program. Unlike most FSPs, if you do not spend your withholdings by the end of the calendar year, they are returned to you, so you never lose contributions.
- Dental/Life/AD+D/LTD. Blue Cross Blue Shield has been chosen as the dental insurance provider; Life and AD+D and Long-Term Disability is administered by Lincoln Financial.
- Retirement Contribution. CAP Anesthesia contributes a maximum of $32,500/year to your self-administered 401K. Of course, you are allowed to contribute out of pocket the maximum into this or a Roth IRA. We have group retirement plans at Fidelity and Schwab.
Our group has been resident at St. Elizabeth’s Medical Center for over 30 years. Our full-time staff of 12 members and two part-time anesthesiologists is extremely stable and average a tenure of 12 years per staff, with a combined expertise of over 200 years. We are an ACGME-accredited anesthesia training program with 30 residents, with cardiothoracic anesthesia and pain medicine fellowships on the horizon. We have electronic medical records in both the operating room and the Pain Management Center, a thriving preoperative regional anesthesia program, TEE-certified and testamur-status practitioners and training program, and a Simulator Center managed and run by our physician educators (three retired senior anesthesiologists). These are only a few of the achievements that set this department apart from the smaller departments or up against the larger ones.