United Anesthesia Services, P.C. (UAS) seeks BC/BE, ACLS/BLS certified, anesthesiologist with subspecialty in critical care medicine for full-time, call-taking position based at Main Line Health System's Lankenau Medical Center in the Philadelphia, PA suburbs.
Highly motivated, dynamic critical care medicine anesthesiologists interested in working on a strong, growing critical care / anesthesia team in a high-volume, fast-paced setting are encouraged to apply. The clinical practice will be one-third (1/3) ICU and two-thirds (2/3) anesthesia with services provided in the medical and surgical intensive care units and other inpatient locations as required at Lankenau Medical Center.
As the premier private anesthesia practice in the Philadelphia, PA area, UAS enjoys exclusive agreements for services at its partner health systems and ASCs. UAS is comprised of 125 physicians and 300 CRNAs supporting 8 hospitals and 23 ASCs and provides full-service general, cardiac, regional, pediatric, chronic/acute pain, and critical care anesthesia services. Formed in 1996, UAS continues to grow both organically at facilities and through affiliations with other private practices within the region.
Opportunities with UAS are based about 10 miles from Center City Philadelphia in a highly desirable suburban area with some of the top-rated school districts in Pennsylvania and the country. The location provides convenient access to award winning restaurants, a vibrant art scene, professional sports teams, and museums. Multiple national parks, hiking trails, mountains, and beaches are nearby. Two Philadelphia suburbs are ranked in the top 3 in Niche 2020 Best Suburbs to Live in America.
UAS offers a collegial, collaborative environment, a robust compensation package including generous paid time off and employer paid health and retirement benefits.
All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, disability or veteran status.