World Class Hospital seeks Occupational Medicine Medical Director
Erlanger Health System and The University of Tennessee College of Medicine Chattanooga are seeking a physician leader for their Occupational Medicine department. The successful candidate will serve as the Medical Director of WorkForce Corporate Health and Employee Health and will have a blend of clinical and administrative time. Highly motivated physicians with truly advanced skills and equally impressive bed-side manner should apply.
Education, Training, & Experience
- MD or DO degree
- Board Certified or Board Eligible in Occupational Medicine preferred
- Ability to obtain an active medical license in the state of Tennessee
- Demonstrated leadership experience
- Familiarity with regulations from both Workman's Comp and OSHA are required
- NERCME Certification required
- MRO Certification preferred
WorkForce Corporate Health and Erlanger Employee Health services:
- Treatment of on-the-job injuries, including minor surgical procedures
- Physicals/Fit for Duty
- Urine Drug Screens
- Preventative and Routine immunizations
- Surveillance Exams
- Minor Urgent Employee Care
- Full Laboratory Capabilities
- Vision Screening
- Pulmonary Function Testing
- Breath Alcohol Testing
- X-rays & EKG's
- FLU Program
- Customized Wellness Programs (e.g. Health Risk Assessments)
Benefits of Working at Erlanger
- Excellent Compensation
- Sign-On Bonus Available
- Relocation Reimbursement Available
- Erlanger is the Only Level I Trauma Center in a 100 Mile Radius
- Erlanger is a Teaching Hospital and is affiliated with The UT College of Medicine..
- Chattanooga has a thriving economy with a low cost of living
- Chattanooga voted “Best Town in the U.S.” by Outdoor Magazine
- NO State Income Tax
- 100 miles to Atlanta, Ga, 130 miles to Nashville, TN
WorkForce Corporate Health works exclusively with employers to meet employee’s workplace health needs. The most comprehensive occupational medicine program in the region, WorkForce is committed to helping employers reduce workplace illness and injury. Erlanger is a non-profit, academic teaching center affiliated with the University Of Tennessee College Of Medicine.
We are a nationally-acclaimed, multi-hospital health system anchored by a leading academic medical center. Each year, more than 600,000 people are treated by the team of healthcare professionals who are part of Erlanger.
Our hospitals include
Erlanger Health System
- Is the 7th largest public hospital in the United States.
- Is the tri-state region's only Level I Trauma Center, providing the highest level of trauma care for adults.
- Is part of the Vanderbilt Health Affiliated Network that includes 56 hospitals and 4,000 participating physicians and clinicians.
- Has six LIFE FORCE air ambulances in its fleet, two based in Tennessee, two in North Georgia, one in North Carolina, and one in Winchester, TN.
- Is home to Children's Hospital at Erlanger which includes the region's only Level IV Neonatal Intensive Care Unit, as well as a pediatric trauma team, Emergency Center, and Pediatric Intensive Care Unit.
- Serves as the region's only academic teaching hospital, affiliated with the University of Tennessee College of Medicine Chattanooga Campus.
- Houses the Erlanger Southeast Regional Stroke Center, recognized for its world-class stroke and neurosciences program.
We compassionately care for people.
Erlanger is a nationally-acclaimed health system anchored by a leading academic medical center. As such we will deliver the highest quality, to diverse populations, at the lowest cost, through personalized patient experiences across all patient access points. Through innovation and growth, we will sustain our success and spark economic development across the Chattanooga region.
Our Core Values
- Excellence - We distinguish ourselves and the services we provide by our commitment to excellence, demonstrating our results in measurable ways.
- Respect - We pay attention to others, listening carefully, and responding in ways that demonstrate our understanding and concern.
- Leadership - We differentiate ourselves by our actions, earning respect from those we lead through innovation and performance.
- Accountability - We are responsible for our words and our actions. We strive to fulfill all of our promises and to meet the expectations of those who trust us for their care.
- Nurturing - We encourage growth and development for our staff, students, faculty and everyone we serve.
- Generosity - We are giving people. We give our time, talent and resources to benefit others.
- Ethics - We earn the trust by holding ourselves to the highest standards of integrity and professional conduct.
- Recognition - We value achievement and acknowledge and celebrate the accomplishments of our team and recognize the contributions of those who support our mission.
Chattanooga, the 4th largest city in the state, a top 25 place to visit in 2018, is located in Southeast Tennessee near the border of Georgia. The city has received national recognition for the renaissance of its beautiful downtown and redevelopment of its riverfront. Most striking, though, is the city’s civic life. A phrase that comes up constantly is “The Chattanooga Way”: a reference to a cooperative get-it-done attitude.
With its scenic beauty, stable population and economy, civic vitality and cross-sector partnerships, fiscal integrity, and strategic location, Chattanooga enters the 21st century as one of the most progressive and livable mid-size cities in the US. Attractions such as the Tennessee Aquarium, Lookout Mountain, Civil War battlefield sites, the Hunter Art Museum, and the Appalachian Trail bring thousands of people to the area, as do the many creative multicultural events throughout the year.