Psychiatry & Neurology
Myrtle Beach, SC
Grand Strand Regional Medical Center is seeking a BE/BC Psychiatrists to staff a new Inpatient Unit in Myrtle Beach!
* Brand new 20 bed unit opened January 2018
* Employed Psychiatric Hospitalist to work 7on / 7off.
* Call will be 1:3
* Competitive compensation and benefits package.
This is an employed opportunity through HCA Physician Services Group. HCA Behavioral Health Services (BHS) is one of the fastest growing service lines within HCA and one of the nation's largest acute care psychiatric providers. HCA BHS operates behavioral services at 55 locations, with a total bed count of over 2,500. BHS serves all age populations: 57% adult, 21% geriatric, 13% child and adolescent, and 9% dedicated to specialty services such as substance abuse and eating disorders.
Given the high incidence rate of behavioral health disorders and the significant impact on our community, HCA began an initiative in 2008 to develop a strategic approach to these services with the goals to:
*Strategically partner with hospital affiliates to improve the management of behavioral health services
*Align behavioral health services with other services and systems within HCA to leverage synergies and improve patient outcomes
*Identify meaningful growth opportunities and institute a platform for increased effectiveness and collaboration through existing HCA behavioral health services
Grand Strand Health is a part of the national HCA healthcare network. Grand Strand Health is a multi-facility health system located on the beautiful coast of South Carolina and has facilities throughout the Grand Strand to provide quality, convenient healthcare.
Grand Strand Health is comprised of a 325-bed acute care hospital, which is a designated Level I trauma center and has the only cardiac surgery program, neurosurgery program and pediatric intensive care unit in Horry and Georgetown counties. Grand Strand Health also has two freestanding ER facilities (South Stand Medical Center and North Strand ER) and outpatient medical services (Advanced Wound Center, The Breast Center, Carolina Forest Imaging Center, South Strand Medical Center).
Affiliated with Grand Strand Health are a number of physician practices that provide heart & vascular care, spine & neuro care, surgical care and primary care. Grand Strand Health is a teaching hospital and has expanded its residency programs to include five specialties: Emergency Medicine, Family Medicine, General Surgery, Internal Medicine and Transitional Year.
These quality-focused services work together to provide excellence in medical care to residents in our communities.
South Strand Medical Center features a 24-hour emergency department, laboratory services, radiology services and cardiac and pulmonary rehabilitation. The Advanced Wound Center is an outpatient facility for the treatment of chronic non-healing wounds. The Center features private treatment rooms and state-of-the-art hyperbaric technology. The Breast Care Center provides outpatient diagnostic services including X-ray, CT scan and ultrasound.
A dedicated women's center provides digital mammography, breast education, bone densitometry, ultrasound and x-ray services. Health Finders is Grand Strand Health's community health information resource center, located in the Coastal Grand Mall. This facility offers a wide range of seminars, hospital and health information, free and no-cost health screenings, wellness classes and special events. Health Finders is open 10:00am - 8:00pm Monday through Friday and 10:00am - 7:00pm Saturday.
When you need the services of an emergency room in the Grand Strand area, look no further than Grand Strand Medical Center. For years, our hospital and ER have been providing quality medical care for patients of all ages. The ER staff at our hospital consistently sets the standard for emergency care among area hospitals, with the latest systems to reduce ER wait time and operate more efficiently.
Open 24 hours a day, seven days a week, you can always count on our emergency room for quality medical care. Our board-certified emergency physicians diagnose and treat nearly 80,000 patients every year who arrive with chest pain, stroke symptoms and other emergency ailments.