Internal Medicine Ward and ED coverage - UHN and Sinai Health
You will be required to provide general internal medicine ward coverage at the hospital, as well as perform consultations in the intensive care units, surgical wards, and Emergency Department.
This job involves providing daytime ward coverage (rounding) and/or overnight ward coverage and performing new consultations for patients in the intensive care units (to transfer to the ward), surgical units, and emergency department. The hours will be 1700 to 1000h (following day) on weekdays, and 0800 to 1000h (following day) on weekends. Patients will have a variety of diagnoses. Care and admission for patients with COVID-19 may be recruited separately.
Every attempt will be made to accommodate site preferences (TWH, TGH or Sinai) when booking shifts. However, under extenuating circumstances, in-the-moment flexibility may be required (i.e. a confirmed shift at TGH may be transferred to TWH or MSH and vice versa), depending on need.
Your supervisor will be one of the on-call general internal medicine staff physicians at the University Health Network and Sinai Health System. As such, they will be on-site and available to review cases or help with patient management during daytime hours and will be available by phone after-hours with on-site arrival capability of approximately 30 minutes.
PGY-4 and above in Internal Medicine with successful completion of CCU and ICU rotations as well as ACLS training. This position will be available as of November 2021.
Current ACLS certification required
Junior resident responsibilities: Monday – Friday - $1000 / shift; Saturday/Sunday - $1500 / shift. Senior resident responsibilities: Monday – Friday - $1500 / shift; Saturday/Sunday - $2000 / shift.
Specific Call Schedule gaps will be required to be filled by applicants. As such, call arrangements will vary depending on the academic site at which the shift will take place. Call room and accommodations will be provided.
Dr. Wayne Gold