Emergency Medicine / Physician / Louisiana
Sound’s robust performance management infrastructure, clinical innovation, and deep investments in physician leadership development pave the way to transform ED operations so that patients are seen promptly, treated quickly and have a better overall experience. Sound Physicians brings leadership, organization, technology and process to confront the pain points that every emergency department must contend with today including reducing avoidable readmissions, managing patients who make frequent ED visits, implementing efficient workflows, commitment to delivering a positive patient experience, determining and transitioning patients to the next appropriate site of care, enhancing workflow collaboration between emergency medicine and inpatient providers, and implementation of clinical best practices.
Be a part of building the foundation of Sound's brand in emergency medicine at CHRISTUS St. Frances Cabrini Hospital in Alexandria, Louisiana and play an integral role in establishing our Sound culture as an emergency medicine physician.
St. Frances Cabrini is part of the CHRISTUS Health System. CHRISTUS is a not-for-profit health system with more than 600 services and facilities. They are rated in the top 10 Catholic Healthcare Systems in the U.S and International. CHRISTUS Health believes in five core values including Dignity, Integrity, Excellence, Compassion, and Stewardship.
You are joining an organization that has proven success in the acute episode of care (hospital medicine, critical care medicine, and transitional care medicine). We are focused on helping you build your emergency medicine career and offer a leadership development path for growth.
Located in Alexandria, Louisiana on the south bank of the Red River in almost the exact geographical center of the state. As Alexandria is at the cusp of the Cajun culture’s northern reach, the city recognizes Mardi Gras as an official holiday. The annual Mardi Gras Krewes Parade is a major cultural festivity in the area. Recognized as a truly family oriented event, parade goers can enjoy more than 20 New Orleans style flats, marching bands, classic cars and local celebrities. Alexandria continues to recognize its rich cultural history through other local festivals, including the annual Jazz on the River festival, which features Cajun, zydeco, blues and jazz music, and the annual Central Louisiana Celebration, or “Cenlabration,” which features local musicians and craftsmen, carnival rides and a large fireworks display. With a rich cultural history and strong regional flavor and a wide variety of activities and festivals to enjoy, Alexandria makes for an ideal place to live and work.