Hospitalist Job Description

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The Hospitalist, in collaboration and consultation with physicians, staff RNs, and other health care professionals, provides holistic, compassionate care to inpatients and their families. The Hospitalist will manage the care of customers hospitalized with complex acute health problems, such as trauma, coronary artery disease, cancer, diabetes, and heart failure. T he Hospitalist will be a member of the hospital's interdisciplinary team and facilitate a continuum of care for customers from admission through the discharge process, including facilitating the customer's transfer of care back to the primary provider and consulting and making referrals to physicians and other members of the health care team as appropriate. The Hospitalist will also help organize the workload and facilitate provider groups to streamline the care of customers on the service.

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The Hospitalist is responsible to provide direct patient care in the hospital setting.

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We are currently searching for a Hospitalist.

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As a Hospitalist you’ll work with other staff to provide top-notch care and patient experience. Throughout the day you’ll collaborate with Advanced Practice Providers, Nurses, Medical Assistants, Social Workers, and Chaplains.

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We are seeking a Hospitalist with a commitment to compassionate, patient-centered care, a desire to work in a collaborative professional environment, and enthusiasm for ongoing process improvement. Integrity, empathy, collegiality, and a strong work ethic are expected. This position entails working as a Hospitalist, primarily supervising medical residents and students in the care and disposition of medicine patients after hours. It may also involve serving as the Attending Physician for Teaching and Non-Teaching Inpatient Medicine Teams.

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Our Hospital is looking for an experienced Hospitalist to join our team.

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We are seeking an experienced and motivated Hospitalist to join our team. The Hospitalist will provide direct hands-on care to patients within the limits of credentials granted by the Medical Staff of the Hospital in recognition of advanced training and experience in this field. Additionally, they will adhere to the Department of Medicine's patient care and admission criteria policies and procedures.

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We are seeking a Hospitalist, to join our Hospital. The employee will provide in-hospital patient care as an internal medicine physician, by the requirements of the hospital's Hospitalist Program.

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The Hospitalist is responsible for providing Internal Medicine/Family Medicine Services to patients.

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We seek a Hospitalist.

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Frequently asked questions

What makes a good hospitalist?

Some qualities that make a good hospitalist include:

Medical expertise: A hospitalist should have expertise in internal medicine and be able to diagnose and treat a wide range of medical conditions.

Clinical skills: A hospitalist should have strong clinical skills, including the ability to interpret diagnostic tests and develop treatment plans.

Communication skills: A hospitalist should be able to communicate effectively with patients, families, and other healthcare providers to ensure that patients receive the best possible care.

Attention to detail: A hospitalist should have excellent attention to detail to ensure that medical records and documentation are accurate and complete.

Decision-making ability: A hospitalist should be able to make timely and effective decisions based on patient needs and available resources.

Teamwork: A hospitalist should be able to work collaboratively with other healthcare providers, including nurses, specialists, and other physicians, to coordinate patient care./p>

Who does a hospitalist work with?

A hospitalist works with a wide range of healthcare providers, including:

Nurses and nurse practitioners who provide direct patient care

Specialists who provide consultation and treatment for specific medical conditions

Pharmacists who manage medication therapy

Case managers and social workers who assist with care coordination and discharge planning

Hospital administrators who oversee hospital operations and policies.

Hospitalists also work closely with patients and their families to provide information and support throughout the hospitalization process.

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