Sound Physicians, a physician-founded and led organization, focuses on improving quality, patient satisfaction and ICU performance. Our model is designed to challenge the status quo and transform the way critical care is provided. This is accomplished by our relentless pursuit to create value and eliminate waste in the ICU, implementing critical care programs that focus on improving the lives of patients while creating value for our hospital partners.
We ensure that physicians have the time and resources needed to deliver compassionate care that measurably improves quality and lowers the cost of healthcare for patients in the communities we serve. Our culture promotes physician autonomy, mastery and purpose. Physicians have the ability to effectively participate in the process of change management within the community hospital ICU setting.
The Intensivist will lead a multidisciplinary health care team in the Intensive Care Units using evidence based protocols to provide the highest standard of care to the patients in the community. The Intensivist team will provide 12 hour in-house Critical Care Medicine with the support of intensivist telemedicine coverage in the evenings.
Einstein Medical Center-Montgomery boasts 171 inpatient beds and state-of-the-art equipment supporting a large subspecialty pool to provide excellent care to the community. Services available include; minimally invasive and robotic surgery, a robust cardiac program offering open heart surgery, TAVR, cardiac catherization and electrophysiology intervention; 24 hour emergency care and much more. Physician can expect a high acuity patient population with dedicated services and support.
Education, Training & Experience Required
Our critical care physicians share ideas with like-minded peers and are truly advancing the practice of critical care medicine. We are a team of dedicated healers, inspired leaders, and the next generation of critical care innovators.
Visit us at booth 208 at the SCCM Conference in San Antonio – February 25th-27th! (Society of Critical Care Medicine)