WCHN Western Connecticut Health Network


Job Location US-CT-Norwalk
Date Posted 4 weeks ago(1/25/2018 9:39 AM)
Standard Hours
Per Diem
Work Schedule
variable 8 hour shifts 24 hours a day
Emergency Medical Services (EMS) 631

Job Summary

Norwalk Hospital Emergency Department is seeking an ABEM/ABOEM BC/BP Per Diem Emergency Physician. Work in a high performing emergency department in a very nice community hospital located within 60 minutes of NYC by train and car. Norwalk Hospital is a Level II trauma center with excellent major specialty backup and collegial consultants.  We pride ourselves on our culture of excellence and being innovators in emergency medicine in Connecticut. We have an exceptional and responsive nursing staff and very humane templated schedule of 8 hour shifts, with 20 hours of MLP coverage. Scribes are in use for documentation on the Cerner EMR. Wait times for patients are better than best practice of 30 minutes with very limited boarders.  The quality of life and surrounding communities are exceptional.



Work for Us

Working for Western Connecticut Health Network (WCHN), comprised of Danbury Hospital; New Milford Hospital; Norwalk Hospital; Western Connecticut Medical Group; and Western Connecticut Home Care, you can make a meaningful difference in the lives of other people. Our Western Connecticut Health Network Department of Research and Innovation, focused on the field of molecular science and personalized medicine, ranks among our country’s leading research organizations. Our Network offers many opportunities to grow your own skills and expertise and we offer very competitive hourly rates.


Job Summary:

Provide a variety of clinical medical services to patients presenting to the Hospital's emergency department, including evaluation and management.

Job Requirements

  • ABEM/ABOEM with CT State and Federal Narcotic Use Registration (Board Certified or Board Eligible)
  • Willingness to work rotating flexible 8 hour shifts.
  • Previous Emergency Department experience preferred.
  • Strong interpersonal skills are required with the ability to work effectively with staff nurses and emergency department support staff.
  • Bilingual (English & Spanish) skills are helpful.


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