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Sound Critical Care is a physician established and led group that partners with community hospitals to manage and improve ICU’s nationwide. 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.
Our physicians and advanced practice providers all strive to improve quality, and we work hard to replicate their best ideas across the organization to improve outcomes for more than one million patients cared for by Sound Physicians annually. Our commitment to improving outcomes for patients is rooted in our ability to attract exceptional people. Great people, coupled with the right tools and development, are how we positively impact healthcare quality, one patient at a time, for millions of patients each year.
The Team – The Hospital
CHI St. Luke's Health is designated as a Level IV Trauma Center by Texas Department State of Health Services and is a leader in heart health. CHI St. Luke's has been recognized among the best hospitals for cardiac care in the 2020 U. S. News and World Report and is a Joint Commission Certified Primary Care Stroke Center. For a complete list of Awards and Recognition, please visit memorialhealth.us.
229-bed, non-profit hospital
24-bed, co-managed ICU; medical and surgical patients
Team of 2.5 intensivists
Schedule: 12-hour in-house shift, 7 a.m.-7 p.m. Physician is paid for a 13-hr shift to cover night call.
Part-time option available
H1B eligible facility; access to Sound’s in-house visa specialists as well as our licensing and credentialing experts; all required filing fees for the visa are paid and services covered
Education, Training & Experience Required
MD or DO
Must be board certified or board eligible in critical care medicine
Ability to work as a team member
Must have a commitment to excellence in clinical service, be forward-thinking and demonstrate problem-solving abilities necessary in this environment
Excellent communication (written and verbal), analytical and problem-solving skills
Ability to perform all technical skills in the critical care setting