University of Maryland Capital Region Health
University of Maryland School of Medicine
The Program in Trauma at the University of Maryland School of
Medicine is currently recruiting a full-time Critical Care
Intensivist at UM Capital Region Health (UMCRH) located in Largo,
The Critical Care Department supports ~40 beds. Two
multi-disciplinary Critical Care teams provide care to mixed
Medical/Cardiovascular ICU. There is a third Critical Care team
providing care to Trauma/Surgical patients. Trauma is a significant
component, as the hospital is the second busiest Trauma Center in
the State of Maryland. There is daily 12 hours swing shift service
for new admissions and consults. There is an in-house night
intensivist shift from 7p –7a.
The Medical team works with Medical Residents and other services
are paired with Advanced Practice Providers who are proficient in
Critical Care procedures.
UMCRH has a large Internal Medicine and Family Practice training
program with teaching responsibilities. The hospital is staffed
with in-house Intensivists, Anesthesiologists, Hospitalists and
Trauma Surgeons 24/7/365.
Applicant must be Board Certified/Board Eligible in Critical Care.
Primary board can be in Medicine, Surgery, Anesthesiology or
Emergency Medicine. Experience in Cardiac Critical Care/CVICU is
The position includes an academic appointment with the University
of Maryland School of Medicine; rank will be commensurate with
experience and training. A competitive salary is being offered and
the position is currently available. Largo is located near DC and
Baltimore metro areas.
For immediate consideration, please submit your applications using
the following link:
If you have any questions please contact Dora Russell via email at
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