Night Lite Pediatrics is looking for BC/BE, procedure-oriented physician(s) who is interested in working in an urgent care setting. Physician(s) must have well-developed skills in suturing, FB removal, orthopedics, and IV rehydration. Physician(s) with ER experience or ER fellowship-trained preferred. We have both full or part-time/locum positions available in Melbourne and Orlando.
Within Central Florida weekdays 4:00pm - 12:00am, Weekends 12:00pm - 12:00am
We offer a competitive salary and bonus.
Benefits include: Medical, dental, and vision coverage for physician and family. Other benefits include 401K, CME allowance, malpractice & tail coverage, vacation, and much more.
Night Lite Pediatrics has thirteen locations in Central Florida, Melbourne, Port St Lucie, and Jacksonville.
For more information about this position, contact Gladys Otegbeye (407) 398-6470 x1020 or send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Internal Number: 5900
About NIGHT LITE PEDIATRICS
With over 80 years of combined medical experience, Night Lite Pediatrics’ medical leadership team is proud to provide quality pediatric healthcare to children that live in or visit Florida. Over the last 15 years, our medical leadership team has created a unique approach to Pediatric Urgent Care that can not only take care of children’s common illnesses but can easily coordinate with the area’s best hospitals for seamless patient admission if necessary.
Integrated structure with a network of specialists
We utilize an integrated care team as part of an overall system designed to deliver high-quality standardized care. Our Night Lite Pediatrics team includes local and centralized resources to enhance program performance. This includes local specialists, hospitals, pediatricians, and family practice partners throughout Florida.
Coordinated Care Team
Our physicians, nurses and support staff work together to deliver efficient and cost-effective care. Our system of care is structured so our physicians are empowered to focus purely on clinical excellence for our patient.