Physician Recruitment Services

Current OpeningS

    Better Health for All

    Santa Clara Valley Health & Hospital System (SCVHHS), a large public teaching healthcare system, affiliated with Stanford University School of Medicine, is seeking part-time BC/BE Bariatric Surgeon to join our dynamic practice in our Department of Surgery at O’Connor Hospital.

    We offer the unparalleled opportunity to gain the long-term personal and professional satisfaction of serving our patients and our diverse community, while teaching the next generation of health care providers, in one of the best places to live in the United States.

    About the organization

    Santa Clara Valley Health and Hospital System (SCVHHS) is the second-largest County-owned health and hospital system in California and is committed to improving the health of the 1.9 million people of Santa Clara County. SCVHHS is comprised of three hospitals:  Santa Clara Valley Medical Center (SCVMC - a 731-bed central hospital), O’Connor Hospital (OCH - 358 licensed beds), and Saint Louise Regional Hospital (SLRH – 93 licensed beds); in addition SCVHHS includes a large primary care network comprised of eleven  health centers throughout the County, several urgent care clinics, a broad-range of specialty services in our Valley Specialty Center, comprehensive dental services, a large behavioral health department, public health, EMS, and Valley Health Plan.  

    SCVMC itself hosts five residency training programs and partners with Stanford University Medical Center for the training of residents and fellows in many Stanford-based specialties.  SCVMC also features a Level 1 Trauma Center, Level 2 Pediatric Trauma Center, ABA verified Burn Center, Primary Stroke Center, and a nationally recognized CARF-accredited Rehabilitation Center.  Owing to its geographic location and specialty offerings, SCVMC not only serves the County, but also the larger region.  

    Providers in our health system also have the opportunity to use our integrated electronic health record (Epic), which brings together system-wide patient information.   Recently, the Health Information Management Systems Society (HIMSS) recognized SCVMC for achieving its highest level of success (Stage 7), based on our continuous innovation and optimization of our inpatient and outpatient EHR.

    About the community

    O’Connor Hospital is located in San Jose, California in the heart of Silicon Valley, offering a diverse choice of cultural, recreational, and lifestyle opportunities.  Our physicians live in a range of communities, including urban (e.g., San Francisco), university (e.g., Palo Alto), high tech (e.g., many cities of Silicon Valley), mountain (e.g., Los Gatos), beach (e.g. Santa Cruz), and rural/agricultural (e.g., Morgan Hill and Gilroy).  Situated in one of the most desirable regions of the country – only 45 minutes from the Monterey Bay and three hours from the Sierra Nevada – our physicians enjoy a very high quality of life.

    About the DEPARTMENT

    The Department of Surgery is a large, dynamic department which consists of 9 divisions, including general surgery/trauma, otolaryngology/head and neck, neurosurgery, plastic and reconstructive, urology, ophthalmology, cardiac (thoracic/vascular), podiatry and dental. Allied Health Professionals including Nurse Practitioners and Physician Assistants are an integral part of our team. Our group practice model affords excellent surgical and career growth with a balanced personal life.  The department members serve as teaching faculty for Stanford residents in all areas, except for podiatry and dental, and hold affiliated clinical faculty appointment.

    About the Position

    The successful candidate will be BC/BE by the American Board of Surgery, joining the General Surgery Division. The candidate is expected to have fellowship training in Minimally Invasive and Bariatric Surgery. The position includes the provision of acute care general surgery services, as well as the care of a wide range of outpatient surgical patients. Robotic surgical system is available at the hospital, including a well-structured team. He/she will also collaborate with the existing Bariatric Surgeon during surgeries, and increase the collaboration as the Bariatric Program grows.

    About compensation and benefits

    We offer competitive compensation, generous comprehensive benefit package (including 54 days of leave per year), paid malpractice (with tail coverage), vibrant professional environment, opportunity for career growth, and the opportunity to serve a multicultural patient population.   

    If you are interested in joining a practice with unparalleled personal and professional advantages, then please submit your letter of interest and CV to Roya Rousta at [email protected]

     

    The San Francisco Bay Area is well known for its rich diversity of cultures. Santa Clara Valley Health and Hospital System seeks candidates whose experiences have prepared them to contribute to our commitment to diversity and excellence. The County of Santa Clara is an Equal Opportunity Employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religious belief, ancestry, national origin, gender, sexual orientation, gender identity or preference, pregnancy, marital status, disability, medical condition, political belief, veterans status, organizational affiliation or association with any individual in any of these groups. Santa Clara Valley Health and Hospital System is committed to inclusion for all of its patients, employees, and community.

    Better Health for All

    Santa Clara Valley Health & Hospital System (SCVHHS), a large public healthcare system in San Jose CA, is seeking a full-time BE/BC pediatrician with an interest in child abuse pediatrics and advocacy for vulnerable children and youth to join the staff of the new Medical Clinic at the Children’s Advocacy Center of Santa Clara County.  The Children’s Advocacy Center (CAC) of Santa Clara County provides medical evaluations, forensic interviews, and advocacy services to children and youth who may have experienced child sexual abuse, child physical abuse, and neglect. The CAC is a collaboration between SCVHHS, the Department of Family and Children’s Services (DFCS/CPS), the District Attorney’s Office, the law enforcement agencies of Santa Clara County, and community advocacy organizations including Community Solutions and YWCA.  CAC physicians and advanced practice providers (physician’s assistants and nurse practitioners) are members of the SCMVC Department of Pediatrics.

    SCVHHS is a teaching institution affiliated with Stanford University School of Medicine. We offer the unparalleled opportunity to gain the long-term personal and professional satisfaction of serving our patients and our diverse community, while teaching the next generation of health care providers, in one of the best places to live in the United States.

    About the position

    The responsibilities of the Children’s Advocacy Center Pediatrician include clinical, administrative, and systems’ development roles. While all pediatricians are advocates for children, this individual will be viewed throughout Santa Clara County as a physician leader in child advocacy. The ideal candidate is an experienced general pediatrician with an interest and significant experience in child abuse pediatrics beyond residency. This candidate also has an interest in providing care for vulnerable patients, including children and adolescents who may have experienced child sexual abuse, child physical abuse and neglect, foster care, juvenile justice system involvement, homelessness, food insecurity, and youth with a history of commercial sexual exploitation (CSEC).

    The ideal candidate will have these interests and skills: clinical expertise in the forensic evaluations of children who may have experienced sexual abuse, physical abuse, and neglect; awareness of the impact of trauma on the emotional and psychological well-being of children; and the ability to collaborate with other leaders and organizations to improve the integration of services for vulnerable children and youth.

    A. Clinical Responsibilities:

    1. Forensic evaluations for child sexual abuse, child physical abuse and neglect at the Medical Clinic at the Children’s Advocacy Center and at SCVMC. Clinical hours and call schedule to be determined.
    2. Consultation in child physical abuse and neglect, when requested by the Department of Family and Children’s Services (DFCS/CPS), Law Enforcement, the District Attorney’s Office, and clinical providers within SCVHHS, inpatient and outpatient, and affiliated external clinics (The School Clinics, Indian Health Center, etc.)
    3. Collaboration with the Pediatric Diagnostic Center, which will open doors in 2022, co-located with the CAC. The candidate will have potential opportunities to participate in developmental assessments in collaboration with multidisciplinary teams.                                                                
    4. Supervision of CAC advanced practice providers (physician’s assistants and nurse practitioners).

    B. Administrative Responsibilities: 

    1. Provide ongoing education and develop educational materials for staff pediatricians, residents, and physicians regarding signs and symptoms of abuse and neglect.
    2. Provide annual training for the pediatric and emergency departments regarding mandatory reporting requirements and recognition of signs and symptoms of child abuse.
    3. Support SCVMC’s Child Abuse Prevention Committee, an internal to SCVMC cross-disciplinary team that evaluates quality of abuse evaluations across SCVHHS, and supports educational efforts
    4. Collaborate with our county and community partners to develop a centralized trauma-informed resource for children who have survived child abuse and neglect. These partners include Behavioral Health, Dept. of Family & Children Services (DFCS), Kinship and Foster Parent Association (KAFTA), Juvenile Court, Probation, District Attorney’s Office, County Superintendent of Schools, and Santa Clara County First 5.
    5. Represent SCVMC on county-wide organizations who advocate for children’s health and safety, including Santa Clara County Child Abuse Prevention Council (CAPC), the Child Death Review Committee (CDRT), the Cross Agency Service Team (CAST), and others, as appropriate.

    About the organization

    Santa Clara Valley Health and Hospital System (SCVHHS) is the second-largest County-owned health and hospital system in California and is committed to improving the health of the 1.8 million people of Santa Clara County.  As of March 2019, SCVHHS is comprised of three hospitals:  Santa Clara Valley Medical Center (SCVMC - a 574-bed central hospital), O’Connor Hospital (OCH), and Saint Louise Regional Hospital (SLRH); in addition SCVHHS includes  a large primary care network comprised of nine health centers throughout the County (including our newest center in downtown San Jose, which opened in 2016), several urgent care clinics, a broad-range of specialty services in our Valley Specialty Center, comprehensive dental services, a large behavioral health department, public health, EMS, and Valley Health Plan.  

    SCVMC itself hosts five residency training programs and partners with Stanford University Medical Center for the training of residents and fellows in many Stanford-based specialties, including pediatrics.  SCVMC also features a Level 1 Trauma Center, Burn Center, Primary Stroke Center, and a CARF-accredited Rehabilitation Center.  Owing to its geographic location and specialty offerings, SCVMC not only serves the County, but also the larger region.  

    About the community

    SCVMC is located in San Jose, California in the heart of Silicon Valley, offering a diverse choice of cultural, recreational, and lifestyle opportunities.  Our physicians live in a range of communities, including urban (e.g., San Francisco), university (e.g., Palo Alto), high tech (e.g., many cities of Silicon Valley), mountain (e.g., Los Gatos), beach (e.g. Santa Cruz), and rural/agricultural (e.g., Gilroy).  Situated in one of the most desirable regions of the country – only 45 minutes from the Monterey Bay and three hours from the Sierra Nevada – our physicians enjoy a very high quality of life. 

    The San Francisco Bay Area is well known for its rich diversity of cultures.  Santa Clara Valley Health and Hospital System seeks candidates whose experiences have prepared them to contribute to our commitment to diversity and excellence. The County of Santa Clara is an Equal Opportunity Employer.  All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religious belief, ancestry, national origin, gender, sexual orientation, gender identity or preference, pregnancy, marital status, disability, medical condition, political belief, veteran’s status, organizational affiliation or association with any individual in any of these groups.  Santa Clara Valley Health and Hospital System is committed to inclusion for all of its patients, employees, and community. 

    About compensation and benefits

    We offer competitive compensation, generous comprehensive benefit package (including 54 days of leave per year), paid malpractice (with tail coverage), vibrant professional environment, opportunity for career growth, and the opportunity to serve a multicultural patient population.   

    If you are interested in joining a practice with unparalleled personal and professional advantages, then please submit your letter of interest and CV to Roya Rousta at [email protected]

    Better Health for All

    County of Santa Clara Health System (CSCHS), a large public teaching healthcare system, affiliated with Stanford University School of Medicine, is seeking full-time Psychiatrist to join our  dynamic Consultation & Liaison Service. Board Eligible or Board Certified in Consultation-Liaison psychiatry is preferred but not required.  

    We offer the unparalleled opportunity to gain the long-term personal and professional satisfaction of serving our patients and our diverse community, while teaching the next generation of health care providers, in one of the best places to live in the United States.

    About the organization

    County of Santa Clara Health System (CSCHS) is the second-largest County-owned health and hospital system in California and is committed to improving the health of the 1.9 million people of Santa Clara County. CSCHS is comprised of three hospitals:  Santa Clara Valley Medical Center (SCVMC - a 731-bed central hospital), O’Connor Hospital (OCH - 358 licensed beds), and Saint Louise Regional Hospital (SLRH – 93 licensed beds); in addition CSCHS includes a large primary care network comprised of eleven health centers throughout the County, several urgent care clinics, a broad-range of specialty services in our Valley Specialty Center, comprehensive dental services, a large behavioral health department, public health, EMS, and Valley Health Plan.  

    SCVMC itself hosts four residency and one fellowship training programs and partners with Stanford University Medical Center for the training of residents and fellows in many Stanford-based specialties.  SCVMC also features a Level 1 Trauma Center, Level 2 Pediatric Trauma Center, ABA verified Burn Center, Primary Stroke Center, and a nationally recognized CARF-accredited Rehabilitation Center.  Owing to its geographic location and specialty offerings, SCVMC not only serves the County, but also the larger region.  

    Providers in our health system also have the opportunity to use our integrated electronic health record (Epic), which brings together system-wide patient information.   The Health Information Management Systems Society (HIMSS) recognized SCVMC for achieving its highest level of success (Stage 7), based on our continuous innovation and optimization of our inpatient and outpatient EHR.

    About the community

    SCVMC is located in San Jose, California in the heart of Silicon Valley, offering a diverse choice of cultural, recreational, and lifestyle opportunities.  Our physicians live in a range of communities, including urban (e.g., San Francisco), university (e.g., Palo Alto), high tech (e.g., many cities of Silicon Valley), mountain (e.g., Los Gatos), beach (e.g. Santa Cruz), and rural/agricultural (e.g., Morgan Hill and Gilroy).  Situated in one of the most desirable regions of the country – only 45 minutes from the Monterey Bay and three hours from the Sierra Nevada – our physicians enjoy a very high quality of life.

    About the Division

    Our Division of Consultation and Liaison psychiatry provides inpatient psychiatric consults services to internal medicine, surgery, OB/GYN, peds, trauma, rehab, and the ED. We are a collegial work environment integrating acute psychiatric care with acute medical issues and work closely with multiple specialties.  We work closely with emergency, inpatient and outpatient psychiatry teams.  

    About the Position

    This position requires board eligibility or certification in general psychiatry with experience in  consultation liaison psychiatry. Fellowship trained in Consultation Liaison psychiatry is preferred but not required. The ideal candidate will be fellowship board certified in consultation liaison psychiatry and has experience growing programs within an acute care setting.

    About compensation and benefits

    We offer competitive compensation, generous comprehensive benefit package including 54 days of leave per year (36 days of annual leave, 5 days of CME, and 14 holidays), $4500 educational funds, retirement, paid malpractice with tail coverage, vibrant professional environment, opportunity for career growth, and the opportunity to serve a multicultural patient population.

    If you are interested in joining a practice with unparalleled personal and professional advantages, then please submit your letter of interest and CV to Roya Rousta at [email protected].

     

    The San Francisco Bay Area is well known for its rich diversity of cultures.  Santa Clara Valley Health and Hospital System seeks candidates whose experiences have prepared them to contribute to our commitment to diversity and excellence. The County of Santa Clara is an Equal Opportunity Employer.  All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religious belief, ancestry, national origin, gender, sexual orientation, gender identity or preference, pregnancy, marital status, disability, medical condition, political belief, veterans status, organizational affiliation or association with any individual in any of these groups.  Santa Clara Valley Health and Hospital System is committed to inclusion for all of its patients, employees, and community.

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    Better Health for All

    Santa Clara Valley Health & Hospital System (SCVHHS), a large public teaching healthcare system, affiliated with Stanford University School of Medicine, is seeking full-time BC/BE Family Medicine or Internal Medicine Physician to join our dynamic practice in our county’s custody health setting.

    We offer the unparalleled opportunity to gain the long-term personal and professional satisfaction of serving our patients and our diverse community, while teaching the next generation of health care providers, in one of the best places to live in the United States.

    About the organization

    Santa Clara Valley Health and Hospital System (SCVHHS) is the second-largest County-owned health and hospital system in California and is committed to improving the health of the 1.9 million people of Santa Clara County. SCVHHS is comprised of three hospitals:  Santa Clara Valley Medical Center (SCVMC - a 731-bed central hospital), O’Connor Hospital (OCH - 358 licensed beds), and Saint Louise Regional Hospital (SLRH – 93 licensed beds); in addition SCVHHS includes a large primary care network comprised of eleven  health centers throughout the County, several urgent care clinics, a broad-range of specialty services in our Valley Specialty Center, comprehensive dental services, a large behavioral health department, public health, EMS, and Valley Health Plan.  

    SCVMC itself hosts five residency training programs and partners with Stanford University Medical Center for the training of residents and fellows in many Stanford-based specialties.  SCVMC also features a Level 1 Trauma Center, Level 2 Pediatric Trauma Center, ABA verified Burn Center, Primary Stroke Center, and a nationally recognized CARF-accredited Rehabilitation Center.  Owing to its geographic location and specialty offerings, SCVMC not only serves the County, but also the larger region.  

    Providers in our health system also have the opportunity to use our integrated electronic health record (Epic), which brings together system-wide patient information.   Recently, the Health Information Management Systems Society (HIMSS) recognized SCVMC for achieving its highest level of success (Stage 7), based on our continuous innovation and optimization of our inpatient and outpatient EHR.

    About the community

    SCVHHS is located in San Jose, California in the heart of Silicon Valley, offering a diverse choice of cultural, recreational, and lifestyle opportunities.  Our physicians live in a range of communities, including urban (e.g., San Francisco), university (e.g., Palo Alto), high tech (e.g., many cities of Silicon Valley), mountain (e.g., Los Gatos), beach (e.g. Santa Cruz), and rural/agricultural (e.g., Morgan Hill and Gilroy).  Situated in one of the most desirable regions of the country – only 45 minutes from the Monterey Bay and three hours from the Sierra Nevada – our physicians enjoy a very high quality of life.

    About the ADULT CUSTODY HEALTH SERVICES (ACHS)

    Adult Custody Health Services (ACHS) of Santa Clara County is a primary care site in the Santa Clara Valley Health and Hospital System (SCVHHS). Santa Clara County Jail system is one of the largest in the country that includes the Main Jail in San Jose, Elmwood Men’s Facility and Correctional Center for Women in Milpitas. Custody Health Services is known as a regional leader in innovative ideas transforming the field of correctional health care.

    About the position

    ACHS is looking for a physician with an interest in public health and providing care to vulnerable and underserved populations, to work with patients incarcerated at the county jail system. This position with a joint appointment between ACHS and Santa Clara Valley Medical Center (SCVMC).

    About compensation and benefits

    We offer competitive compensation (including additional custody hazard pay), generous comprehensive benefit package (including 54 days of leave per year), paid malpractice (with tail coverage), vibrant professional environment, opportunity for career growth, and the opportunity to serve a multicultural patient population.     

    If you are interested in joining a practice with unparalleled personal and professional advantages, then please submit your letter of interest and CV to Roya Rousta at [email protected]

     

    The San Francisco Bay Area is well known for its rich diversity of cultures. Santa Clara Valley Health and Hospital System seeks candidates whose experiences have prepared them to contribute to our commitment to diversity and excellence. The County of Santa Clara is an Equal Opportunity Employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religious belief, ancestry, national origin, gender, sexual orientation, gender identity or preference, pregnancy, marital status, disability, medical condition, political belief, veterans status, organizational affiliation or association with any individual in any of these groups. Santa Clara Valley Health and Hospital System is committed to inclusion for all of its patients, employees, and community.

    Better Health for All

    Santa Clara Valley Health & Hospital System (SCVHHS), a large public teaching healthcare system, affiliated with Stanford University School of Medicine, is seeking full-time BE/BC Custody Psychiatrist, to join our dynamic team at Santa Clara County jail located in San Jose.

    We offer the unparalleled opportunity to gain the long-term personal and professional satisfaction of serving our patients and our diverse community, while giving excellent care to one of the most challenging and fascinating patients populations, in one of the best places to live in the United States.

    About the organization

    Santa Clara Valley Health and Hospital System (SCVHHS) is the second-largest County-owned health and hospital system in California and is committed to improving the health of the 1.8 million people of Santa Clara County.  As of March 2019, SCVHHS is comprised of three hospitals:  Santa Clara Valley Medical Center (SCVMC - a 731-bed central hospital), O’Connor Hospital (OCH - 358 licensed beds), and Saint Louise Regional Hospital (SLRH – 93 licensed beds); in addition SCVHHS includes  a large primary care network comprised of e eleven  health centers throughout the County, several urgent care clinics, a broad-range of specialty services in our Valley Specialty Center, comprehensive dental services, a large behavioral health department, public health, EMS, and Valley Health Plan.  

    SCVMC itself hosts five residency training programs and partners with Stanford University Medical Center for the training of residents and fellows in many Stanford-based specialties.  SCVMC also features a Level 1 Trauma Center, Burn Center, Primary Stroke Center, and a CARF-accredited Rehabilitation Center.  Owing to its geographic location and specialty offerings, SCVMC not only serves the County, but also the larger region.  

    Providers in our health system also have the unique opportunity to use our integrated electronic health record (Epic), which brings together system-wide patient information including custody.   Recently, the Health Information Management Systems Society (HIMSS) recognized SCVMC for achieving its highest level of success (Stage 7), based on our continuous innovation and optimization of our inpatient and outpatient EHR.

    About the community

    SCVMC is located in San Jose, California in the heart of Silicon Valley, offering a diverse choice of cultural, recreational, and lifestyle opportunities.  Our physicians live in a range of communities, including urban (e.g., San Francisco), university (e.g., Palo Alto), high tech (e.g., many cities of Silicon Valley), mountain (e.g., Los Gatos), beach (e.g. Santa Cruz), and rural/agricultural (e.g., Morgan Hill and Gilroy).  Situated in one of the most desirable regions of the country – only 45 minutes from the Monterey Bay and three hours from the Sierra Nevada – our physicians enjoy a very high quality of life.

    About the DIVISION

    Our Division of Custody Health services is providing integrated care to our population including internal/family medicine, Mental health, Dental care, OB/GYN, rehabilitation medicine, optometry and more. The mental health division within custody health services employs 13 providers currently. Our division also includes 59 clinicians (LMFT, MFT, LCSW, CSW) who are providing therapy, case management and discharge planning. We have a team of 8 psychologists that provide therapy, risk evaluations, neuropsychological and psychological testing. The division is ever evolving and expanding. As custody psychiatrist you will have the opportunity to be a part of quality improvement and initiatives that focus on providing better more effective care to our patient population and improving the wellbeing of stuff.  

    About the Position

    Currently we are looking for a full-time psychiatrist for our acute psychiatric inpatient unit.  The unit’s capacity is 41 beds. There are 3 psychiatrists covering the unit 7AM-5PM during weekdays, weekends and holidays. There are 2 case managers and 1 psychologist as well as full nursing staff working on the unit.

    This position requires board certification in psychiatry or board eligible with a clear plan to get certified. The preferred candidate will have previous experience working in custody psychiatry and/ or acute inpatient psychiatry service.

    About compensation and benefits

    Santa Clara County offers $357,600 annually (for board certified psychiatrist in custody), generous comprehensive benefit package including: 54 days of paid time off per year (36 days of annual leave, 5 days of CME, and 13 holidays), $4500 educational funds, retirement, paid malpractice (with tail coverage), and health insurance. We offer vibrant professional environment and the opportunity to serve a multicultural patient population. 

    If you are interested in joining a practice with unparalleled personal and professional advantages, then please submit your letter of interest and CV to Roya Rousta at [email protected]

    The San Francisco Bay Area is well known for its rich diversity of cultures. Santa Clara Valley Health and Hospital System seeks candidates whose experiences have prepared them to contribute to our commitment to diversity and excellence. The County of Santa Clara is an Equal Opportunity Employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religious belief, ancestry, national origin, gender, sexual orientation, gender identity or preference, pregnancy, marital status, disability, medical condition, political belief, veterans status, organizational affiliation or association with any individual in any of these groups. Santa Clara Valley Health and Hospital System is committed to inclusion for all of its patients, employees, and community.

    Better Health for All

    Santa Clara Valley Health & Hospital System (SCVHHS), a large public teaching healthcare system, affiliated with Stanford University School of Medicine, in San Jose CA, is seeking a full-time BC developmental behavioral pediatric (DBP) physician in our Department of Pediatrics at O’Connor Hospital.

    We offer the unparalleled opportunity to gain the long-term personal and professional satisfaction of serving our patients and our diverse community, while teaching the next generation of health care providers, in one of the best places to live in the United States.

    About the organization

    Santa Clara Valley Health and Hospital System (SCVHHS) is the second-largest County-owned health and hospital system in California and is committed to improving the health of the 1.9 million people of Santa Clara County. SCVHHS is comprised of three hospitals:  Santa Clara Valley Medical Center (SCVMC - a 731-bed central hospital), O’Connor Hospital (OCH - 358 licensed beds), and Saint Louise Regional Hospital (SLRH – 93 licensed beds); in addition SCVHHS includes a large primary care network comprised of eleven  health centers throughout the County, several urgent care clinics, a broad-range of specialty services in our Valley Specialty Center, comprehensive dental services, a large behavioral health department, public health, EMS, and Valley Health Plan.   

    OCH itself hosts a joint Family Medicine residency and a sports medicine training programs with Stanford.  OCH also serve a rotation site for medical students from Stanford and other schools.

    SCVMC itself hosts five residency training programs and partners with Stanford University Medical Center for the training of residents and fellows in many Stanford-based specialties.  SCVMC also features a Level 1 Trauma Center, Level 2 Pediatric Trauma Center, ABA verified Burn Center, Primary Stroke Center, and a nationally recognized CARF-accredited Rehabilitation Center.  Owing to its geographic location and specialty offerings, SCVMC not only serves the County, but also the larger region.  

    Providers in our health system also have the opportunity to use our integrated electronic health record (Epic), which brings together system-wide patient information.   Recently, the Health Information Management Systems Society (HIMSS) recognized SCVMC for achieving its highest level of success (Stage 7), based on our continuous innovation and optimization of our inpatient and outpatient EHR.

    About the community

    SCVMC is located in San Jose, California in the heart of Silicon Valley, offering a diverse choice of cultural, recreational, and lifestyle opportunities.  Our physicians live in a range of communities, including urban (e.g., San Francisco), university (e.g., Palo Alto), high tech (e.g., many cities of Silicon Valley), mountain (e.g., Los Gatos), beach (e.g. Santa Cruz), and rural/agricultural (e.g., Morgan Hill and Gilroy).  Situated in one of the most desirable regions of the country – only 45 minutes from the Monterey Bay and three hours from the Sierra Nevada – our physicians enjoy a very high quality of life.

    ABOUT THE DEPARTMENT & DIVISION OF DEVELOPMENTAL-BEHAVIORAL PEDIATRICS

    Our Department of Pediatrics has a busy 36-bed Pediatric Ward, 12-bed PICU, 40-bed level IV NICU, 170,000 outpatient visits per year, and is a key training site for Stanford medical students and pediatrics residents. Physicians who join our Department of Pediatrics are pleased to find a very collegial work environment, with robust specialty and ancillary support and an integrated electronic health record (Epic).

    Our Division of Developmental-Behavioral Pediatrics (DBP) serves children and adolescents 0-18 years of age with diagnostic evaluation, multidisciplinary collaboration, medication management, and ongoing follow-up. The comprehensive DBP clinic is a rotation site for Stanford Pediatrics residents. Physicians who join our Division of DBP are pleased to find a collegial work environment, with robust ancillary support and an integrated electronic health record (Epic).

    About the Position

    The Department of Pediatrics is seeking who advocates for the underserved population, understanding how social determinants of health affect child development. Candidate is motivated to guide the patient and family through the various medical and community systems related to developmental conditions. DBP Division will be instrumental in the creation and implementation of the Pediatric Diagnostic Specialty Center at Santa Clara County's Center of Excellence.

    Proficiency with the Spanish language is a plus but not required.

    About compensation and benefits

    We offer competitive compensation, generous comprehensive benefit package (including 54 days of leave per year), paid malpractice (with tail coverage), vibrant professional environment, opportunity for career growth, and the opportunity to serve a multicultural patient population.   

    If you are interested in joining a practice with unparalleled personal and professional advantages, then please submit your letter of interest and CV to Roya Rousta at [email protected].

     

    The San Francisco Bay Area is well known for its rich diversity of cultures.  Santa Clara Valley Health and Hospital System seeks candidates whose experiences have prepared them to contribute to our commitment to diversity and excellence. The County of Santa Clara is an Equal Opportunity Employer.  All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religious belief, ancestry, national origin, gender, sexual orientation, gender identity or preference, pregnancy, marital status, disability, medical condition, political belief, veterans status, organizational affiliation or association with any individual in any of these groups.  Santa Clara Valley Health and Hospital System is committed to inclusion for all of its patients, employees, and community. 

    Better Health for All

    Santa Clara Valley Health & Hospital System (SCVHHS), a large public teaching healthcare system, affiliated with Stanford University School of Medicine, is seeking part-time BC/BE Otolaryngology/Head and Neck Surgery physician, to join our dynamic practice in our Department of Surgery.

    We offer the unparalleled opportunity to gain the long-term personal and professional satisfaction of serving our patients and our diverse community, while teaching the next generation of health care providers, in one of the best places to live in the United States.

    About the organization

    Santa Clara Valley Health and Hospital System (SCVHHS) is the second-largest County-owned health and hospital system in California and is committed to improving the health of the 1.9 million people of Santa Clara County. SCVHHS is comprised of three hospitals:  Santa Clara Valley Medical Center (SCVMC - a 731-bed central hospital), O’Connor Hospital (OCH - 358 licensed beds), and Saint Louise Regional Hospital (SLRH – 93 licensed beds); in addition SCVHHS includes a large primary care network comprised of eleven  health centers throughout the County, several urgent care clinics, a broad-range of specialty services in our Valley Specialty Center, comprehensive dental services, a large behavioral health department, public health, EMS, and Valley Health Plan.   

    SCVMC itself hosts five residency training programs and partners with Stanford University Medical Center for the training of residents and fellows in many Stanford-based specialties.  SCVMC also features a Level 1 Trauma Center, Level 2 Pediatric Trauma Center, ABA verified Burn Center, Primary Stroke Center, and a nationally recognized CARF-accredited Rehabilitation Center.  Owing to its geographic location and specialty offerings, SCVMC not only serves the County, but also the larger region.  

    Providers in our health system also have the opportunity to use our integrated electronic health record (Epic), which brings together system-wide patient information.   Recently, the Health Information Management Systems Society (HIMSS) recognized SCVMC for achieving its highest level of success (Stage 7), based on our continuous innovation and optimization of our inpatient and outpatient EHR.

    About the community

    SCVMC is located in San Jose, California in the heart of Silicon Valley, offering a diverse choice of cultural, recreational, and lifestyle opportunities.  Our physicians live in a range of communities, including urban (e.g., San Francisco), university (e.g., Palo Alto), high tech (e.g., many cities of Silicon Valley), mountain (e.g., Los Gatos), beach (e.g. Santa Cruz), and rural/agricultural (e.g., Morgan Hill and Gilroy).  Situated in one of the most desirable regions of the country – only 45 minutes from the Monterey Bay and three hours from the Sierra Nevada – our physicians enjoy a very high quality of life.

    About the Department 

    The Department of Surgery at SCVMC is a large, dynamic department which consists of 9 divisions, including general surgery/trauma, otolaryngology/head and neck, neurosurgery, plastic and reconstructive, urology, ophthalmology, cardiac (thoracic/vascular), podiatry and dental. The department members serve as teaching faculty for Stanford residents in all areas except for podiatry and dental.

    ABOUT THE DIVISION OF ENT

    Our Division of Otolaryngology/Head and Neck Surgery provides consultative inpatient services and outpatient care for patients, covering the entire spectrum of Otolaryngology.  Our hospital is a key training site for Stanford residents.  Physicians who join our division of five board certified surgeons will find a very collegial environment, with robust specialty and ancillary support, and an integrated electronic health record.  SCVMC is a Level 1 Trauma Center, with an active NICU.  We serve the diverse population of Santa Clara County with a focus on equity and inclusion.

    About the Position

    This position requires excellent training in general Otolaryngology/Head and Neck Surgery.  An interest in laryngology would be an extra plus.  The preferred candidate will be flexible, enjoy working with residents, and eager to practice evidence-based patient care for our vulnerable population.  The ideal candidate will be enthusiastic about continuing to grow our practice and advance the clinical expertise that our division offers.

    About compensation and benefits

    We offer competitive compensation, generous comprehensive benefit package (including 54 days of leave per year), paid malpractice (with tail coverage), vibrant professional environment, opportunity for career growth, and the opportunity to serve a multicultural patient population.   

    If you are interested in joining a practice with unparalleled personal and professional advantages, then please submit your letter of interest and CV to Roya Rousta at [email protected].

     

    The San Francisco Bay Area is well known for its rich diversity of cultures.  Santa Clara Valley Health and Hospital System seeks candidates whose experiences have prepared them to contribute to our commitment to diversity and excellence. The County of Santa Clara is an Equal Opportunity Employer.  All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religious belief, ancestry, national origin, gender, sexual orientation, gender identity or preference, pregnancy, marital status, disability, medical condition, political belief, veterans status, organizational affiliation or association with any individual in any of these groups.  Santa Clara Valley Health and Hospital System is committed to inclusion for all of its patients, employees, and community. 

    Better Health for All

    Santa Clara Valley Health & Hospital System (SCVHHS), a large public teaching healthcare system, affiliated with Stanford University School of Medicine, in San Jose CA, is seeking a full-time BC family medicine physician in our Department of Family Medicine.

    We offer the unparalleled opportunity to gain the long-term personal and professional satisfaction of serving our patients and the public, while teaching the next generation of health care providers, in one of the best places to live in the United States.

    About the organization

    Santa Clara Valley Health & Hospital System (SCVHHS), a large public teaching healthcare system, affiliated with Stanford University School of Medicine, in San Jose CA, is seeking a full-time BC family medicine physician in our Department of Family Medicine.

    We offer the unparalleled opportunity to gain the long-term personal and professional satisfaction of serving our patients and the public, while teaching the next generation of health care providers, in one of the best places to live in the United States.

    About the organization

    Santa Clara Valley Health and Hospital System (SCVHHS) is the second-largest County-owned health and hospital system in California and is committed to improving the health of the 1.8 million people of Santa Clara County.  As of March 2019, SCVHHS is comprised of three hospitals:  Santa Clara Valley Medical Center (SCVMC - a 731-bed central hospital), O’Connor Hospital (OCH - 358 licensed beds), and Saint Louise Regional Hospital (SLRH – 93 licensed beds); in addition SCVHHS includes  a large primary care network comprised of e eleven  health centers throughout the County, several urgent care clinics, a broad-range of specialty services in our Valley Specialty Center, comprehensive dental services, a large behavioral health department, public health, EMS, and Valley Health Plan.  

    SCVMC itself hosts five residency training programs and partners with Stanford University Medical Center for the training of residents and fellows in many Stanford-based specialties. SCVMC also features a Level 1 Trauma Center, Burn Center, Primary Stroke Center, and a CARF-accredited Rehabilitation Center. Owing to its geographic location and specialty offerings, SCVMC not only serves the County, but also the larger region.

    Providers in our health system also have the unique opportunity to use our integrated electronic health record (Epic), which brings together system-wide patient information. Recently, the Health Information Management Systems Society (HIMSS) recognized SCVMC for achieving its highest level of success (Stage 7), based on our continuous innovation and optimization of our inpatient and outpatient EHR.

    About the community

    SCVMC is located in San Jose, California in the heart of Silicon Valley, offering a diverse choice of cultural, recreational, and lifestyle opportunities.  Our physicians live in a range of communities, including urban (e.g., San Francisco), university (e.g., Palo Alto), high tech (e.g., many cities of Silicon Valley), mountain (e.g., Los Gatos), beach (e.g. Santa Cruz), and rural/agricultural (e.g., Morgan Hill and Gilroy).  Situated in one of the most desirable regions of the country – only 45 minutes from the Monterey Bay and three hours from the Sierra Nevada – our physicians enjoy a very high quality of life.

    About the Division of Primary Care

    Our Primary Care Division at SCVMC provides full-spectrum outpatient care for all patients at a variety of sites across Santa Clara County. The newly constructed Vietnamese American Service Center will focus on service the Vietnamese community in the South Bay. The center will provide health and human services, taking culture and language into account. Physicians who join our Primary Care Division are pleased to find a very collegial work environment, with robust specialty and ancillary support and an integrated electronic health record (Epic).

    About the Position

    This position requires a family medicine provider comfortable in ambulatory care of patients of all ages including pediatrics. The preferred candidate will be comfortable with serving the Vietnamese population with knowledge of the language and culture.

    About compensation and benefits

    We offer competitive compensation, generous comprehensive benefit package (including 54 days of leave per year), paid malpractice (with tail coverage), vibrant professional environment, opportunity for career growth, and the opportunity to serve a multicultural patient population.   

    If you are interested in joining a practice with unparalleled personal and professional advantages, then please submit your letter of interest and CV to Roya Rousta at [email protected]

     

    The San Francisco Bay Area is well known for its rich diversity of cultures. Santa Clara Valley Health and Hospital System seeks candidates whose experiences have prepared them to contribute to our commitment to diversity and excellence. The County of Santa Clara is an Equal Opportunity Employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religious belief, ancestry, national origin, gender, sexual orientation, gender identity or preference, pregnancy, marital status, disability, medical condition, political belief, veterans status, organizational affiliation or association with any individual in any of these groups. Santa Clara Valley Health and Hospital System is committed to inclusion for all of its patients, employees, and community.

    Better Health for All

    Santa Clara Valley Health & Hospital System (SCVHHS), a large public teaching healthcare system, affiliated with Stanford University School of Medicine, is seeking a full-time BC/BE interventional gastroenterologist physician, to join our dynamic practice in the Department of Medicine. 

    We offer the unparalleled opportunity to gain the long-term personal and professional satisfaction of serving our patients and our diverse community, while teaching the next generation of health care providers, in one of the best places to live in the United States.

    About the organization

    Santa Clara Valley Health and Hospital System (SCVHHS) is the second-largest County-owned health and hospital system in California and is committed to improving the health of the 1.8 million people of Santa Clara County.  As of March 2019, SCVHHS is comprised of three hospitals:  Santa Clara Valley Medical Center (SCVMC - a 731-bed central hospital), O’Connor Hospital (OCH - 358 licensed beds), and Saint Louise Regional Hospital (SLRH – 93 licensed beds); in addition SCVHHS includes  a large primary care network comprised of eleven  health centers throughout the County, several urgent care clinics, a broad-range of specialty services in our Valley Specialty Center, comprehensive dental services, a large behavioral health department, public health, EMS, and Valley Health Plan.  

    SCVMC itself hosts five residency training programs and partners with Stanford University Medical Center for the training of residents and fellows in many Stanford-based specialties.  SCVMC also features a Level 1 Trauma Center, Burn Center, Primary Stroke Center, and a CARF-accredited Rehabilitation Center.  Owing to its geographic location and specialty offerings, SCVMC not only serves the County, but also the larger region.   

    Providers in our health system also have the unique opportunity to use our integrated electronic health record (Epic), which brings together system-wide patient information.   Recently, the Health Information Management Systems Society (HIMSS) recognized SCVMC for achieving its highest level of success (Stage 7), based on our continuous innovation and optimization of our inpatient and outpatient Electronic Health Record.

    About the community

    SCVMC is located in San Jose, California in the heart of Silicon Valley, offering a diverse choice of cultural, recreational, and lifestyle opportunities.  Our physicians live in a range of communities, including urban (e.g., San Francisco), university (e.g., Palo Alto), high tech (e.g., many cities of Silicon Valley), mountain (e.g., Los Gatos), beach (e.g. Santa Cruz), and rural/agricultural (e.g., Morgan Hill and Gilroy).  Situated in one of the most desirable regions of the country – only 45 minutes from the Monterey Bay and three hours from the Sierra Nevada – our physicians enjoy a very high quality of life.

    About the Division

    The GI Division has nine full-time gastroenterologists and three advanced practice providers with expertise in ERCP, EUS, capsule endoscopy, balloon enteroscopy, hepatology, IBD, pH testing and high-resolution esophageal and anorectal manometry.  We have GI fellows from Stanford on-site at SCVMC along with internal medicine residents from SCVMC and occasional medical students. Our endoscopy unit and adjacent clinic were built with efficiency in mind. We hold several educational conferences each week with our colleagues from surgery, interventional radiology, pathology, medical oncology and radiation oncology.

    About the Position

    We are seeking a board-certified/board-eligible interventional gastroenterologist to join our dynamic, growing Division of Gastroenterology and Hepatology. Teaching opportunities are available for those interested. Strong interpersonal skills and camaraderie are also necessary to maintain the great collegiality we enjoy within our Division. 

    About compensation and benefits

    We offer competitive compensation, generous comprehensive benefit package (including 54 days of leave per year), paid malpractice (with tail coverage), vibrant professional environment, opportunity for career growth, and the opportunity to serve a multicultural patient population.

    If you are interested in joining a practice with unparalleled personal and professional advantages, then please submit your letter of interest and CV to Roya Rousta at [email protected]

     

    The San Francisco Bay Area is well known for its rich diversity of cultures.  Santa Clara Valley Health and Hospital System seeks candidates whose experiences have prepared them to contribute to our commitment to diversity and excellence. The County of Santa Clara is an Equal Opportunity Employer.  All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religious belief, ancestry, national origin, gender, sexual orientation, gender identity or preference, pregnancy, marital status, disability, medical condition, political belief, veterans status, organizational affiliation or association with any individual in any of these groups.  Santa Clara Valley Health and Hospital System is committed to inclusion for all of its patients, employees, and community. 

    Better Health for All

    Santa Clara Valley Health & Hospital System (SCVHHS), a large public teaching healthcare system, affiliated with Stanford University School of Medicine, is seeking three full-time, one part-time, and several extra help BC/BE internal medicine physicians or BC/BE adult family medicine physicians, to join our dynamic practice in the Department of Medicine, Division of Primary Care.

    We offer the unparalleled opportunity to gain the long-term personal and professional satisfaction of serving our patients and our diverse community, while teaching the next generation of health care providers, in one of the best places to live in the United States.

    About the organization

    Santa Clara Valley Health and Hospital System (SCVHHS) is the second-largest County-owned health and hospital system in California and is committed to improving the health of the 1.8 million people of Santa Clara County.  As of March 2019, SCVHHS is comprised of three hospitals:  Santa Clara Valley Medical Center (SCVMC - a 731-bed central hospital), O’Connor Hospital (OCH - 358 licensed beds), and Saint Louise Regional Hospital (SLRH – 93 licensed beds); in addition SCVHHS includes  a large primary care network comprised of e eleven  health centers throughout the County, several urgent care clinics, a broad-range of specialty services in our Valley Specialty Center, comprehensive dental services, a large behavioral health department, public health, EMS, and Valley Health Plan.  

    SCVMC itself hosts five residency training programs and partners with Stanford University Medical Center for the training of residents and fellows in many Stanford-based specialties.  SCVMC also features a Level 1 Trauma Center, Burn Center, Primary Stroke Center, and a CARF-accredited Rehabilitation Center.  Owing to its geographic location and specialty offerings, SCVMC not only serves the County, but also the larger region.   

    Providers in our health system also have the unique opportunity to use our integrated electronic health record (Epic), which brings together system-wide patient information.   Recently, the Health Information Management Systems Society (HIMSS) recognized SCVMC for achieving its highest level of success (Stage 7), based on our continuous innovation and optimization of our inpatient and outpatient EHR.

    About the community

    SCVMC is located in San Jose, California in the heart of Silicon Valley, offering a diverse choice of cultural, recreational, and lifestyle opportunities.  Our physicians live in a range of communities, including urban (e.g., San Francisco), university (e.g., Palo Alto), high tech (e.g., many cities of Silicon Valley), mountain (e.g., Los Gatos), beach (e.g. Santa Cruz), and rural/agricultural (e.g., Morgan Hill and Gilroy).  Situated in one of the most desirable regions of the country – only 45 minutes from the Monterey Bay and three hours from the Sierra Nevada – our physicians enjoy a very high quality of life.

    About the Division of Primary Care in the Department of Medicine and Family Medicine

    The Division of Primary Care in Department of Medicine with over 20 family medicine and 55 internal medicine primary care physicians provides primary care services at nine health centers, from Sunnyvale to Gilroy.  Primary care physicians who join our department are pleased to find a very collegial work environment with robust specialty and ancillary support, and the opportunity to teach internal medicine residents from our large internal medicine residency training program. The FM physician positions will see adults only.

    About compensation and benefits

    We offer competitive compensation, generous comprehensive benefit package (including 54 days of leave per year), paid malpractice (with tail coverage), vibrant professional environment, opportunity for career growth, and the opportunity to serve a multicultural patient population.   

    If you are interested in joining a practice with unparalleled personal and professional advantages, then please submit your letter of interest and CV to Roya Rousta at [email protected]

     

    The San Francisco Bay Area is well known for its rich diversity of cultures.  Santa Clara Valley Health and Hospital System seeks candidates whose experiences have prepared them to contribute to our commitment to diversity and excellence. The County of Santa Clara is an Equal Opportunity Employer.  All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religious belief, ancestry, national origin, gender, sexual orientation, gender identity or preference, pregnancy, marital status, disability, medical condition, political belief, veterans status, organizational affiliation or association with any individual in any of these groups.  Santa Clara Valley Health and Hospital System is committed to inclusion for all of its patients, employees, and community. 

    Better Health for All

    Santa Clara Valley Health & Hospital System (SCVHHS), a large public teaching healthcare system, affiliated with Stanford University School of Medicine, is seeking full-time BC/BE IM Pain Management physician, to join our dynamic practice in our Department of Internal Medicine. 

    We offer the unparalleled opportunity to gain the long-term personal and professional satisfaction of serving our patients and our diverse community, while teaching the next generation of health care providers, in one of the best places to live in the United States.

    About the organization

    Santa Clara Valley Health and Hospital System (SCVHHS) is the second-largest County-owned health and hospital system in California and is committed to improving the health of the 1.8 million people of Santa Clara County.  As of March 2019, SCVHHS is comprised of three hospitals:  Santa Clara Valley Medical Center (SCVMC - a 731-bed central hospital), O’Connor Hospital (OCH - 358 licensed beds), and Saint Louise Regional Hospital (SLRH – 93 licensed beds); in addition SCVHHS includes  a large primary care network comprised of eleven  health centers throughout the County, several urgent care clinics, a broad-range of specialty services in our Valley Specialty Center, comprehensive dental services, a large behavioral health department, public health, EMS, and Valley Health Plan.  

    SCVMC itself hosts five residency training programs and partners with Stanford University Medical Center for the training of residents and fellows in many Stanford-based specialties.  SCVMC also features a Level 1 Trauma Center, Burn Center, Primary Stroke Center, and a CARF-accredited Rehabilitation Center.  Owing to its geographic location and specialty offerings, SCVMC not only serves the County, but also the larger region.   

    Providers in our health system also have the unique opportunity to use our integrated electronic health record (Epic), which brings together system-wide patient information.   Recently, the Health Information Management Systems Society (HIMSS) recognized SCVMC for achieving its highest level of success (Stage 7), based on our continuous innovation and optimization of our inpatient and outpatient EHR.

    About the community

    SCVMC is located in San Jose, California in the heart of Silicon Valley, offering a diverse choice of cultural, recreational, and lifestyle opportunities.  Our physicians live in a range of communities, including urban (e.g., San Francisco), university (e.g., Palo Alto), high tech (e.g., many cities of Silicon Valley), mountain (e.g., Los Gatos), beach (e.g. Santa Cruz), and rural/agricultural (e.g., Morgan Hill and Gilroy).  Situated in one of the most desirable regions of the country – only 45 minutes from the Monterey Bay and three hours from the Sierra Nevada – our physicians enjoy a very high quality of life.

    About the Department of Internal Medicine

    The Department of Internal Medicine is the largest academic department with 13 divisions and over 200 faculty in primary care, hospital medicine, and specialty care.  The department hosts our internal medicine and transitional residency programs and collaborates with the Stanford medicine and specialty fellowship programs.  In addition, we are a primary clerkship site for internal medicine for both Stanford University medical students and Geisel Dartmouth medical students.  

    About compensation and benefits

    We offer competitive compensation, generous comprehensive benefit package (including 54 days of leave per year), paid malpractice (with tail coverage), vibrant professional environment, opportunity for career growth, and the opportunity to serve a multicultural patient population.     

    If you are interested in joining a practice with unparalleled personal and professional advantages, then please submit your letter of interest and CV to Roya Rousta at [email protected]

     

    The San Francisco Bay Area is well known for its rich diversity of cultures.  Santa Clara Valley Health and Hospital System seeks candidates whose experiences have prepared them to contribute to our commitment to diversity and excellence. The County of Santa Clara is an Equal Opportunity Employer.  All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religious belief, ancestry, national origin, gender, sexual orientation, gender identity or preference, pregnancy, marital status, disability, medical condition, political belief, veterans status, organizational affiliation or association with any individual in any of these groups.  Santa Clara Valley Health and Hospital System is committed to inclusion for all of its patients, employees, and community. 

    Better Health for All

    Santa Clara Valley Medical Center (SCVMC), a large public teaching hospital, affiliated with Stanford University School of Medicine, in San Jose CA, is seeking two full-time BC/BE infectious diseases physicians to work in AIDS medicine and one part-time (0.8 FTE) BC/BE infectious diseases physician tp work in our TB clinic.

    We offer the unparalleled opportunity to gain the long-term personal and professional satisfaction of serving our patients and our diverse community, while teaching the next generation of health care providers, in one of the best places to live in the United States.

    About the organization

    Santa Clara Valley Health and Hospital System (SCVHHS) is the second-largest County-owned health and hospital system in California and is committed to improving the health of the 1.8 million people of Santa Clara County.  As of March 2019, SCVHHS is comprised of three hospitals:  Santa Clara Valley Medical Center (SCVMC - a 731-bed central hospital), O’Connor Hospital (OCH - 358 licensed beds), and Saint Louise Regional Hospital (SLRH – 93 licensed beds); in addition SCVHHS includes  a large primary care network comprised of e eleven  health centers throughout the County, several urgent care clinics, a broad-range of specialty services in our Valley Specialty Center, comprehensive dental services, a large behavioral health department, public health, EMS, and Valley Health Plan.  

    SCVMC itself hosts five residency training programs and partners with Stanford University Medical Center for the training of residents and fellows in many Stanford-based specialties.  SCVMC also features a Level 1 Trauma Center, Burn Center, Primary Stroke Center, and a CARF-accredited Rehabilitation Center.  Owing to its geographic location and specialty offerings, SCVMC not only serves the County, but also the larger region.   

    Providers in our health system also have the unique opportunity to use our integrated electronic health record (Epic), which brings together system-wide patient information.   Recently, the Health Information Management Systems Society (HIMSS) recognized SCVMC for achieving its highest level of success (Stage 7), based on our continuous innovation and optimization of our inpatient and outpatient EHR.

    About the community

    SCVMC is located in San Jose, California in the heart of Silicon Valley, offering a diverse choice of cultural, recreational, and lifestyle opportunities.  Our physicians live in a range of communities, including urban (e.g., San Francisco), university (e.g., Palo Alto), high tech (e.g., many cities of Silicon Valley), mountain (e.g., Los Gatos), beach (e.g. Santa Cruz), and rural/agricultural (e.g., Morgan Hill and Gilroy).  Situated in one of the most desirable regions of the country – only 45 minutes from the Monterey Bay and three hours from the Sierra Nevada – our physicians enjoy a very high quality of life.

    About the DIVISION OF INFECTIOUS DISEASE (ID)

    The division of ID includes an inpatient ID consult service and three outpatient clinics (TB, PACE, and General ID). All three clinics provide guidance via e-consults across the healthcare system. As a member of the Department of Medicine, the division serves as a key training site for SCVMC residents and Stanford University ID fellowship program. ID fellows additionally rotate through the TBC/RHAP.

     

    The Tuberculosis Clinic and Refugee Health Assessment Program (TBC/RHAP) cares for 85-100 active TB patients a year, evaluates 450-650 Class B immigrants (new immigrants with abnormal pre-immigration chest films) and follows 750+ patients with latent TB annually. The TBC physicians work closely with the County of Santa Clara Public Health Department and SCVMC to manage about half of all Santa Clara County TB cases. The RHAP currently provides services for 100-200 refugees and asylees. Leadership opportunities are available.

    The PACE (Partners in AIDS Care & Education) clinic serves over 1400 PLWHA in Santa Clara County. The clinic is one of the largest Ryan White funded clinics in the bay area and functions as a medical home model for our patients. Our clinic functions as a multidisciplinary clinic with ID/HIV physicians, Psychiatrists, Nurse Practitioners, Pharmacists, Nurses, Outreach specialists and benefit counselors that work collaboratively and closely with our public health department and internal divisions to manage and coordinate care for PLWHA and patients interested in PrEP/PEP. Physicians work closely with Stanford University School of Medicine Infectious Diseases divisions as well as collaboration with their medical school in the mentor-ship and training of a wide range of trainees including Infectious Diseases fellows. The General ID clinic provides consultative care on a large spectrum of ID disorders including bone, joint and hardware infections, endocarditis, urinary tract infections, and endemic mycoses primarily coccidioidomycosis. A robust OPAT program provides consultation and monitoring for patients on outpatient IV antibiotics. The inpatient general infectious diseases consult service team usually consists of a Stanford University Infectious Diseases fellow, Santa Clara Valley Medical Center internal medicine resident and residents from Kaiser Permanente Santa Clara giving robust opportunities for mentorship and teaching. Academic appointments are with Stanford University. Most physicians in ID/PACE have some administrative involvement in the organization as well.

    The general ID clinic cares for patients with complicated infections referred from primary care, community physicians as well as hospital discharges. There is an active outpatient parental antibiotic therapy program (OPAT) as well as an inpatient antibiotic stewardship program.

    About the PositionS

    The positions require Infectious Diseases Board Eligibility/Certification, DEA License and California Medical License in good standing.

    Full Time position - The preferred candidate will be Infectious Diseases Board certified and have at least 2 years of care in HIV and Infectious Diseases medicine.

    Part Time position - The preferred candidate will be Infectious Diseases Board certified and have an interest in working in our TB clinic.

    About compensation and benefits

    We offer competitive compensation, generous comprehensive benefit package (including 54 days of leave per year), paid malpractice (with tail coverage), vibrant professional environment, opportunity for career growth, and the opportunity to serve a multicultural patient population.   

    If you are interested in joining a practice with unparalleled personal and professional advantages, then please submit your letter of interest and CV to Roya Rousta at [email protected].

     

    The San Francisco Bay Area is well known for its rich diversity of cultures.  Santa Clara Valley Health and Hospital System seeks candidates whose experiences have prepared them to contribute to our commitment to diversity and excellence. The County of Santa Clara is an Equal Opportunity Employer.  All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religious belief, ancestry, national origin, gender, sexual orientation, gender identity or preference, pregnancy, marital status, disability, medical condition, political belief, veterans status, organizational affiliation or association with any individual in any of these groups.  Santa Clara Valley Health and Hospital System is committed to inclusion for all of its patients, employees, and community. 

    Better Health for All

    Santa Clara Valley Health & Hospital System (SCVHHS), a large public teaching healthcare system, affiliated with Stanford University School of Medicine, is seeking a full-time BC psychiatrist to serve as the Medical Director of Acute Psychiatry Services and Chair of the Department of Psychiatry.

    We offer the unparalleled opportunity to gain the long-term personal and professional satisfaction of serving our patients and our diverse community in one of the best places to live in the United States.

    About the organization

    Santa Clara Valley Health and Hospital System (SCVHHS) is the second-largest County-owned health and hospital system in California and is committed to improving the health of the 1.8 million people of Santa Clara County.  As of March 2019, SCVHHS is comprised of three hospitals:  Santa Clara Valley Medical Center (SCVMC - a 731-bed central hospital), O’Connor Hospital (OCH - 358 licensed beds), and Saint Louise Regional Hospital (SLRH – 93 licensed beds); in addition SCVHHS includes  a large primary care network comprised of e eleven  health centers throughout the County, several urgent care clinics, a broad-range of specialty services in our Valley Specialty Center, comprehensive dental services, a large behavioral health department, public health, EMS, and Valley Health Plan.  

    SCVMC itself hosts five residency training programs and partners with Stanford University Medical Center for the training of residents and fellows in many Stanford-based specialties. SCVMC also features a Level 1 Trauma Center, Burn Center, Primary Stroke Center, and a CARF-accredited Rehabilitation Center. Owing to its geographic location and specialty offerings, SCVMC not only serves the County, but also the larger region.

    Providers in our health system also have the unique opportunity to use our integrated electronic health record (Epic), which brings together system-wide patient information. Recently, the Health Information Management Systems Society (HIMSS) recognized SCVMC for achieving its highest level of success (Stage 7), based on our continuous innovation and optimization of our inpatient and outpatient EHR.

    About the community

    SCVMC is located in San Jose, California in the heart of Silicon Valley, offering a diverse choice of cultural, recreational, and lifestyle opportunities.  Our physicians live in a range of communities, including urban (e.g., San Francisco), university (e.g., Palo Alto), high tech (e.g., many cities of Silicon Valley), mountain (e.g., Los Gatos), beach (e.g. Santa Cruz), and rural/agricultural (e.g., Morgan Hill and Gilroy).  Situated in one of the most desirable regions of the country – only 45 minutes from the Monterey Bay and three hours from the Sierra Nevada – our physicians enjoy a very high quality of life.

    About the Department of Psychiatry

    The Department of Psychiatry is staffed with qualified credentialed physicians, psychologists, advanced practice providers, and licensed clinical social workers who provide prevention, education, and treatment to all residents of Santa Clara County, regardless of ability to pay.

    The Department of Psychiatry staffs a 24/7 psychiatric emergency room (EPS), a seven-day per week mental health urgent care clinic, where walk-in crisis intervention is available, two inpatient units at the hospital, and a number of adult and child/adolescent mental health and substance treatment clinics at various geographically convenient locations in the county.

    Our staff are ethnically diverse, and provide trauma informed, culturally-appropriate services in a large number of languages, reflective of the diversity of the population in Santa Clara County.

    About the position

    The successful candidate will have strong clinical experience, proven management, leadership and administrative experience; effective communication skills with proven ability to build trust and consensus; experience working in an integrated care delivery system and strong experience with peer review. The position will require experience in acute psychiatric services and inpatient or emergency psychiatric services.

    About compensation and benefits

    We offer competitive compensation, generous comprehensive benefit package (including 54 days of leave per year), paid malpractice (with tail coverage), vibrant professional environment, opportunity for career growth, and the opportunity to serve a multicultural patient population.   

    If you are interested in joining a practice with unparalleled personal and professional advantages, then please submit your letter of interest and CV to Roya Rousta at [email protected]

     

    The San Francisco Bay Area is well known for its rich diversity of cultures. Santa Clara Valley Health and Hospital System seeks candidates whose experiences have prepared them to contribute to our commitment to diversity and excellence. The County of Santa Clara is an Equal Opportunity. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religious belief, ancestry, national origin, gender, sexual orientation, gender identity or preference, pregnancy, marital status, disability, medical condition, political belief, veterans status, organizational affiliation or association with any individual in any of these groups. Santa Clara Valley Health and Hospital System is committed to inclusion for all of its patients, employees, and community.

    Better Health for All

    Santa Clara Valley Health & Hospital System (SCVHHS), a large public teaching healthcare system, affiliated with Stanford University School of Medicine, is seeking full-time pediatrician to serve as the Medical Director of the Supporting Protecting And Respecting Kids (SPARK) Clinic in Downtown San Jose, CA. The SPARK Clinic is the medical, dental and psychiatric clinic for children and youth in foster care in Santa Clara County.

    We offer the unparalleled opportunity to gain the long-term personal and professional satisfaction of serving our patients and our diverse community, while teaching the next generation of health care providers, in one of the best places to live in the United States.

    About the organization

    Santa Clara Valley Health and Hospital System (SCVHHS) is the second-largest County-owned health and hospital system in California and is committed to improving the health of the 1.9 million people of Santa Clara County.  As of March 2019, SCVHHS  includes three hospitals:  Santa Clara Valley Medical Center (SCVMC - a 731 bed central hospital), O’Connor Hospital (OCH - 358 licensed beds), and Saint Louise Regional Hospital (SLRH - 93 licensed beds) collectively known as Santa Clara Valley Hospitals & Clinics; the clinics comprise of a large primary care network of eleven  health centers throughout the County, several adult and pediatric urgent care clinics, a broad-range of specialty services in our Valley Specialty Center, comprehensive dental services. In addition, SCVHHS also includes a large behavioral health department, public health department, EMS, and Valley Health Plan.  

    SCVMC itself hosts five residency training programs and partners with Stanford University Medical Center for the training of residents and fellows in many Stanford-based specialties.  SCVMC also features a Level 1 Trauma Center, Level 2 Pediatric Trauma Center, ABA verified Burn Center, Primary Stroke Center, and a nationally recognized CARF-accredited Rehabilitation Center.  Owing to its geographic location and specialty offerings, SCVMC not only serves the County, but also the larger region.  

    Providers in our health system also have the opportunity to use our integrated electronic health record (Epic), which brings together system-wide patient information.   Recently, the Health Information Management Systems Society (HIMSS) recognized SCVMC Hospitals & Clinics for achieving its highest level of success (Stage 7), based on our continuous innovation and optimization of our inpatient and outpatient EHR.

    About the community

    SCVMC is located in San Jose, California in the heart of Silicon Valley, offering a diverse choice of cultural, recreational, and lifestyle opportunities.  Our physicians live in a range of communities, including urban (e.g., San Francisco), university (e.g., Palo Alto), high tech (e.g., many cities of Silicon Valley), mountain (e.g., Los Gatos), beach (e.g. Santa Cruz), and rural/agricultural (e.g., Morgan Hill and Gilroy).  Situated in one of the most desirable regions of the country – only 45 minutes from the Monterey Bay and three hours from the Sierra Nevada – our physicians enjoy a very high quality of life.

    About the DEPARTMENT

    The department of pediatrics is dedicated to the welfare and health of the children of Santa Clara County. With 7 clinics across the county, we welcome all and care for the underserved population. Physicians who join our department are supported by a wide variety of services, including pediatric hospitalists, NICU, PICU and pediatric specialists. We are integrated by the EPIC EMR across our three hospital campuses.

    About the position

    We are looking for a full-time pediatrician to work at the Downtown clinic as the medical director of the SPARK clinic, a service staffed by two dedicated nurse practitioners. The physician and two NPs work together to triage, assess, and provide primary and some urgent care to children in the foster care system.

    The successful candidate will have experience and passion in advocacy for children in the foster care system desired. Spanish/Vietnamese proficiency a plus but not required. Must be willing to supervise and work with two nurse practitioners at the Downtown clinic for both urgent care and primary needs of foster children.

    About compensation

    We offer competitive compensation, generous comprehensive benefit package (including 54 days of leave per year), paid malpractice (with tail coverage), vibrant professional environment, opportunity for career growth, and the opportunity to serve a multicultural patient population.   

    If you are interested in joining a practice with unparalleled personal and professional advantages, then please submit your letter of interest and CV to Roya Rousta at [email protected].

     

    The San Francisco Bay Area is well known for its rich diversity of cultures. Santa Clara Valley Health and Hospital System seeks candidates whose experiences have prepared them to contribute to our commitment to diversity and excellence. The County of Santa Clara is an Equal Opportunity. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religious belief, ancestry, national origin, gender, sexual orientation, gender identity or preference, pregnancy, marital status, disability, medical condition, political belief, veterans status, organizational affiliation or association with any individual in any of these groups. Santa Clara Valley Health and Hospital System is committed to inclusion for all of its patients, employees, and community.

    Better Health for All

    Santa Clara Valley Health & Hospital System (SCVHHS), a large public teaching healthcare system, affiliated with Stanford University School of Medicine, is seeking a full-time BC/BE nephrologist physician, to join our dynamic practice in our Department of Internal Medicine, Division of Nephrology.

    We offer the unparalleled opportunity to gain the long-term personal and professional satisfaction of serving our patients and our diverse community, while teaching the next generation of health care providers, in one of the best places to live in the United States.

    About the organization

    Santa Clara Valley Health and Hospital System (SCVHHS) is the second-largest County-owned health and hospital system in California and is committed to improving the health of the 1.9 million people of Santa Clara County.  As of March 2019, SCVHHS is comprised of three hospitals:  Santa Clara Valley Medical Center (SCVMC - a 574-bed acute care facility), O’Connor Hospital (OCH - 358-bed acute care facility ), and Saint Louise Regional Hospital (SLRH – 93 bed acute care facility); in addition SCVHHS includes a large primary care network comprised of eleven health centers throughout the County, several urgent care clinics, a broad-range of specialty services in our Valley Specialty Center, comprehensive dental services, a large behavioral health department, public health, EMS, and Valley Health Plan.  

    SCVMC itself hosts five residency training programs and partners with Stanford University Medical Center for the training of residents and fellows in many Stanford-based specialties.  SCVMC also features a Level 1 Trauma Center, Level 2 Pediatric Trauma Center, ABA verified Burn Center, Primary Stroke Center, and a nationally recognized CARF-accredited Rehabilitation Center.  Owing to its geographic location and specialty offerings, SCVMC not only serves the County, but also the larger region.  

    Providers in our health system also have the unique opportunity to use our integrated electronic health record (Epic), which brings together system-wide patient information.   Recently, the Health Information Management Systems Society (HIMSS) recognized SCVMC for achieving its highest level of success (Stage 7), based on our continuous innovation and optimization of our inpatient and outpatient Electronic Health Record.

    About the community

    SCVMC is located in San Jose, California in the heart of Silicon Valley, offering a diverse choice of cultural, recreational, and lifestyle opportunities.  Our physicians live in a range of communities, including urban (e.g., San Francisco), university (e.g., Palo Alto), high tech (e.g., many cities of Silicon Valley), mountain (e.g., Los Gatos), beach (e.g. Santa Cruz), and rural/agricultural (e.g., Morgan Hill and Gilroy).  Situated in one of the most desirable regions of the country – only 45 minutes from the Monterey Bay and three hours from the Sierra Nevada – our physicians enjoy a very high quality of life.

    About the DIVISION

    Our Division of Nephrology provides consultative inpatient and outpatient care for patients with chronic kidney disease, hypertension, ESKD and transplant.  Our practice is a key training site for SCVMC internal medicine residents, Stanford medical students and Stanford Nephrology fellows.  Physicians who join our Division of Nephrology are pleased to find a very collegial work environment, with robust specialty and ancillary support.

    About the Position

    We are recruiting for a full-time clinical nephrologist. Qualified candidates should be board eligible or board certified in Adult Nephrology. Clinical responsibilities include coverage of inpatient nephrology consultation service, outpatient clinics and dialysis rounds. Candidates will also supervise and teach medical students, interns, residents and nephrology fellows.

    About compensation and benefits

    We offer competitive compensation, generous comprehensive benefit package (including 54 days of leave per year), paid malpractice (with tail coverage), vibrant professional environment, opportunity for career growth, and the opportunity to serve a multicultural patient population.   

    If you are interested in joining a practice with unparalleled personal and professional advantages, then please submit your letter of interest and CV to Roya Rousta at [email protected]

     

    The San Francisco Bay Area is well known for its rich diversity of cultures.  Santa Clara Valley Health and Hospital System seeks candidates whose experiences have prepared them to contribute to our commitment to diversity and excellence. The County of Santa Clara is an Equal Opportunity Employer.  All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religious belief, ancestry, national origin, gender, sexual orientation, gender identity or preference, pregnancy, marital status, disability, medical condition, political belief, veterans status, organizational affiliation or association with any individual in any of these groups.  Santa Clara Valley Health and Hospital System is committed to inclusion for all of its patients, employees, and community. 
     

    Better Health for All

    Santa Clara Valley Health & Hospital System (SCVHHS), a large public teaching healthcare system, affiliated with Stanford University School of Medicine, is seeking full-time BC/BE Neurologist physician, to join our dynamic practice in our Department of Neurology at O’Connor Hospital (OCH).

    We offer the unparalleled opportunity to gain the long-term personal and professional satisfaction of serving our patients and our diverse community, while teaching the next generation of health care providers, in one of the best places to live in the United States.

    About the organization

    Santa Clara Valley Health and Hospital System (SCVHHS) is the second-largest County-owned health and hospital system in California and is committed to improving the health of the 1.9 million people of Santa Clara County.  As of March 2019, SCVHHS is comprised of three hospitals:  Santa Clara Valley Medical Center (SCVMC - a 574-bed acute care facility), O’Connor Hospital (OCH - 358-bed acute care facility ), and Saint Louise Regional Hospital (SLRH – 93 bed acute care facility); in addition SCVHHS includes a large primary care network comprised of eleven health centers throughout the County, several urgent care clinics, a broad-range of specialty services in our Valley Specialty Center, comprehensive dental services, a large behavioral health department, public health, EMS, and Valley Health Plan.  

    OCH hosts a joint Family Medicine residency and a sport medicine training programs with Stanford.  OCH also serve a rotation site for medical students from Stanford and other schools.

    SCVMC itself hosts five residency training programs and partners with Stanford University Medical Center for the training of residents and fellows in many Stanford-based specialties.  SCVMC also features a Level 1 Trauma Center, Level 2 Pediatric Trauma Center, ABA verified Burn Center, Primary Stroke Center, and a nationally recognized CARF-accredited Rehabilitation Center.  Owing to its geographic location and specialty offerings, SCVMC not only serves the County, but also the larger region.  

    Providers in our health system also have the unique opportunity to use our integrated electronic health record (Epic), which brings together system-wide patient information.   Recently, the Health Information Management Systems Society (HIMSS) recognized SCVMC for achieving its highest level of success (Stage 7), based on our continuous innovation and optimization of our inpatient and outpatient Electronic Health Record.

    About the community

    SCVMC is located in San Jose, California in the heart of Silicon Valley, offering a diverse choice of cultural, recreational, and lifestyle opportunities.  Our physicians live in a range of communities, including urban (e.g., San Francisco), university (e.g., Palo Alto), high tech (e.g., many cities of Silicon Valley), mountain (e.g., Los Gatos), beach (e.g. Santa Cruz), and rural/agricultural (e.g., Morgan Hill and Gilroy).  Situated in one of the most desirable regions of the country – only 45 minutes from the Monterey Bay and three hours from the Sierra Nevada – our physicians enjoy a very high quality of life.

    About the DEPARTMENT

    Our Division of Neurology provides consultative inpatient services and outpatient care for diverse population of Santa Clara County, and is a key training site for Stanford neurology residents. Physicians who join our Division of neuroscience are pleased to find a very collegial work environment, with robust specialty and ancillary support and an integrated electronic health record (Epic).

    About the Position

    This position requires clinical experience in managing acute stroke and neuro-critical care patients. The preferred candidate will have either a vascular fellowship or Neurointensive care fellowship training, will be able to work well with other departments and provide direct supervision of residents. Ability to read and interpret EEG and EMG studies is preferred but not required.  

    About compensation and benefits

    We offer competitive compensation, generous comprehensive benefit package (including 54 days of leave per year), paid malpractice (with tail coverage), vibrant professional environment, opportunity for career growth, and the opportunity to serve a multicultural patient population.   

    If you are interested in joining a practice with unparalleled personal and professional advantages, then please submit your letter of interest and CV to Roya Rousta at [email protected]

     

    The San Francisco Bay Area is well known for its rich diversity of cultures.  Santa Clara Valley Health and Hospital System seeks candidates whose experiences have prepared them to contribute to our commitment to diversity and excellence. The County of Santa Clara is an Equal Opportunity Employer.  All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religious belief, ancestry, national origin, gender, sexual orientation, gender identity or preference, pregnancy, marital status, disability, medical condition, political belief, veterans status, organizational affiliation or association with any individual in any of these groups.  Santa Clara Valley Health and Hospital System is committed to inclusion for all of its patients, employees, and community. 
     

    Better Health for All

    Santa Clara Valley Health & Hospital System (SCVHHS), a large public teaching healthcare system, affiliated with Stanford University School of Medicine, is seeking a part-time (0.5 FTE) BE/BC pediatric endocrinologist with the opportunity for full time employment to work half time in our Pediatric Urgent Care clinic.

    We offer the unparalleled opportunity to gain the long-term personal and professional satisfaction of serving our patients and our diverse community, while teaching the next generation of health care providers, in one of the best places to live in the United States.

    About the organization

    Santa Clara Valley Health and Hospital System (SCVHHS) is the second-largest County-owned health and hospital system in California and is committed to improving the health of the 1.9 million people of Santa Clara County.  As of March 2019, SCVHHS  includes three hospitals:  Santa Clara Valley Medical Center (SCVMC - a 731 bed central hospital), O’Connor Hospital (OCH - 358 licensed beds), and Saint Louise Regional Hospital (SLRH - 93 licensed beds) collectively known as Santa Clara Valley Hospitals & Clinics; the clinics comprise of a large primary care network of eleven  health centers throughout the County, several adult and pediatric urgent care clinics, a broad-range of specialty services in our Valley Specialty Center, comprehensive dental services. In addition, SCVHHS also includes a large behavioral health department, public health department, EMS, and Valley Health Plan.  

    SCVMC itself hosts five residency training programs and partners with Stanford University Medical Center for the training of residents and fellows in many Stanford-based specialties.  SCVMC also features a Level 1 Trauma Center, Level 2 Pediatric Trauma Center, ABA verified Burn Center, Primary Stroke Center, and a nationally recognized CARF-accredited Rehabilitation Center.  Owing to its geographic location and specialty offerings, SCVMC not only serves the County, but also the larger region.  

    Providers in our health system also have the opportunity to use our integrated electronic health record (Epic), which brings together system-wide patient information.   Recently, the Health Information Management Systems Society (HIMSS) recognized SCVMC Hospitals & Clinics for achieving its highest level of success (Stage 7), based on our continuous innovation and optimization of our inpatient and outpatient EHR.

    About the community

    SCVMC is located in San Jose, California in the heart of Silicon Valley, offering a diverse choice of cultural, recreational, and lifestyle opportunities.  Our physicians live in a range of communities, including urban (e.g., San Francisco), university (e.g., Palo Alto), high tech (e.g., many cities of Silicon Valley), mountain (e.g., Los Gatos), beach (e.g. Santa Cruz), and rural/agricultural (e.g., Morgan Hill and Gilroy).  Situated in one of the most desirable regions of the country – only 45 minutes from the Monterey Bay and three hours from the Sierra Nevada – our physicians enjoy a very high quality of life.

    About the DIVISION of Pediatric ENDOCRINOLOGY

    Pediatric endocrinology is a part of a robust group of Pediatric Subspecialists, covering nearly all subspecialty areas of Pediatrics. The department has nutritionist and social work support as well as a weight management and healthy lifestyles program.

    Our endocrinology team provides consultative inpatient and outpatient care for patients with a variety of endocrine disorders, ranging from growth problems, diabetes, obesity, disorders of thyroid, adrenal and pituitary among others. The current endocrine team consists of one full-time pediatric endocrinologist and a nurse coordinator

    About the position

    The preferred candidate possesses excellent clinical judgement, has strong bedside manner, effective communication skills and is a collaborator. Provider will work mainly at Santa Clara Valley Medical Center main campus in San Jose but will provide virtual support for affiliated hospitals at O’Connor Hospital and St. Louise Regional Hospital, as well as additional outpatient support services at our Gilroy clinic. Flexibility to occasionally work full time to provide 1-2 weeks of vacation coverage for division colleague is appreciated. This position also offers full time employment to work half time in Pediatric Endocrinology and half time in Pediatric Urgent Care clinic.

    About compensation

    We offer competitive compensation, generous comprehensive benefit package (including 54 days of leave per year), paid malpractice (with tail coverage), vibrant professional environment, opportunity for career growth, and the opportunity to serve a multicultural patient population.   

    If you are interested in joining a practice with unparalleled personal and professional advantages, then please submit your letter of interest and CV to Roya Rousta at [email protected].

     

    The San Francisco Bay Area is well known for its rich diversity of cultures. Santa Clara Valley Health and Hospital System seeks candidates whose experiences have prepared them to contribute to our commitment to diversity and excellence. The County of Santa Clara is an Equal Opportunity. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religious belief, ancestry, national origin, gender, sexual orientation, gender identity or preference, pregnancy, marital status, disability, medical condition, political belief, veterans status, organizational affiliation or association with any individual in any of these groups. Santa Clara Valley Health and Hospital System is committed to inclusion for all of its patients, employees, and community.

    Better Health for All

    Santa Clara Valley Health & Hospital System (SCVHHS), a large public teaching healthcare system, affiliated with Stanford University School of Medicine, in San Jose CA, is seeking a part-time (0.5 FTE) BC/BE pediatric gastroenterologist with the opportunity for full time employment to work half time in our Pediatric Urgent Care clinic.

    We offer the unparalleled opportunity to gain the long-term personal and professional satisfaction of serving our patients and our diverse community, while teaching the next generation of health care providers, in one of the best places to live in the United States.

    About the organization

    Santa Clara Valley Health and Hospital System (SCVHHS) is the second-largest County-owned health and hospital system in California and is committed to improving the health of the 1.9 million people of Santa Clara County.  As of March 2019, SCVHHS  includes three hospitals:  Santa Clara Valley Medical Center (SCVMC - a 731 bed central hospital), O’Connor Hospital (OCH - 358 licensed beds), and Saint Louise Regional Hospital (SLRH - 93 licensed beds) collectively known as Santa Clara Valley Hospitals & Clinics; the clinics comprise of a large primary care network of eleven  health centers throughout the County, several adult and pediatric urgent care clinics, a broad-range of specialty services in our Valley Specialty Center, comprehensive dental services. In addition, SCVHHS also includes a large behavioral health department, public health department, EMS, and Valley Health Plan.  

    SCVMC itself hosts five residency training programs and partners with Stanford University Medical Center for the training of residents and fellows in many Stanford-based specialties.  SCVMC also features a Level 1 Trauma Center, Level 2 Pediatric Trauma Center, ABA verified Burn Center, Primary Stroke Center, and a nationally recognized CARF-accredited Rehabilitation Center.  Owing to its geographic location and specialty offerings, SCVMC not only serves the County, but also the larger region.  

    Providers in our health system also have the opportunity to use our integrated electronic health record (Epic), which brings together system-wide patient information.   Recently, the Health Information Management Systems Society (HIMSS) recognized SCVMC Hospitals & Clinics for achieving its highest level of success (Stage 7), based on our continuous innovation and optimization of our inpatient and outpatient EHR.

    About the community

    SCVMC is located in San Jose, California in the heart of Silicon Valley, offering a diverse choice of cultural, recreational, and lifestyle opportunities.  Our physicians live in a range of communities, including urban (e.g., San Francisco), university (e.g., Palo Alto), high tech (e.g., many cities of Silicon Valley), mountain (e.g., Los Gatos), beach (e.g. Santa Cruz), and rural/agricultural (e.g., Morgan Hill and Gilroy).  Situated in one of the most desirable regions of the country – only 45 minutes from the Monterey Bay and three hours from the Sierra Nevada – our physicians enjoy a very high quality of life.

    About the DEPARTMENT OF PEDIATRICS AND DIVISION OF PEDIATRIC GASTROENTEROLOGY

    Our Department of Pediatrics has a busy 36-bed Pediatric Ward, 12-bed PICU, 40-bed level IV NICU, 170,000 outpatient visits per year, and is a key training site for Stanford medical students and pediatrics residents. Physicians who join our Department of Pediatrics are pleased to find a very collegial work environment, with robust specialty and ancillary support and an integrated electronic health record (Epic).

    Our Division of Pediatric Gastroenterology provides consultative inpatient services and outpatient care for patients with a full range of Pediatric Gastroenterological disorders.  Our division currently consists of one full time, one part time, and one contracted gastroenterologist along with a nurse coordinator, nutritionist, and support staff.  Our primary location is at the main medical center campus in San Jose with a satellite GI clinic in Gilroy (30 miles south of the main campus).

    About the position

    This position requires flexibility in working with a diverse patient population and collaborative efforts with other specialists to form a medical home for the patient. Proficiency with Spanish and the EPIC EMR are desirable but not required. The division has a robust clinic volume and a steady need for consults in the PICU/NICU and pedi ward. Endoscopy skills required.  This position also offers full time employment to work half time in Pediatric Gastroenterology and half time in Pediatric Urgent Care clinic.

    About compensation

    We offer competitive compensation, generous comprehensive benefit package (including 54 days of leave per year), paid malpractice (with tail coverage), vibrant professional environment, opportunity for career growth, and the opportunity to serve a multicultural patient population.   

    If you are interested in joining a practice with unparalleled personal and professional advantages, then please submit your letter of interest and CV to Roya Rousta at [email protected].

     

    The San Francisco Bay Area is well known for its rich diversity of cultures. Santa Clara Valley Health and Hospital System seeks candidates whose experiences have prepared them to contribute to our commitment to diversity and excellence. The County of Santa Clara is an Equal Opportunity. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religious belief, ancestry, national origin, gender, sexual orientation, gender identity or preference, pregnancy, marital status, disability, medical condition, political belief, veterans status, organizational affiliation or association with any individual in any of these groups. Santa Clara Valley Health and Hospital System is committed to inclusion for all of its patients, employees, and community.

    Better Health for All

    Santa Clara Valley Health & Hospital System (SCVHHS), a large public teaching healthcare system, affiliated with Stanford University School of Medicine, is seeking full-time BE/BC pediatrician with strong experience in pediatrics hospitalist work to join our dynamic practice in our Department of Pediatrics, Division of Pediatric Hospital Medicine within the Enterprise.

    We offer the unparalleled opportunity to gain the long-term personal and professional satisfaction of serving our patients and our diverse community, while teaching the next generation of health care providers, in one of the best places to live in the United States.

    About the organization

    Santa Clara Valley Health and Hospital System (SCVHHS) is the second-largest County-owned health and hospital system in California and is committed to improving the health of the 1.9 million people of Santa Clara County.  As of March 2019, SCVHHS  includes three hospitals:  Santa Clara Valley Medical Center (SCVMC - a 731 bed central hospital), O’Connor Hospital (OCH - 358 licensed beds), and Saint Louise Regional Hospital (SLRH - 93 licensed beds) collectively known as Santa Clara Valley Hospitals & Clinics; the clinics comprise of a large primary care network of eleven  health centers throughout the County, several adult and pediatric urgent care clinics, a broad-range of specialty services in our Valley Specialty Center, comprehensive dental services. In addition, SCVHHS also includes a large behavioral health department, public health department, EMS, and Valley Health Plan.  

    SCVMC itself hosts five residency training programs and partners with Stanford University Medical Center for the training of residents and fellows in many Stanford-based specialties.  SCVMC also features a Level 1 Trauma Center, Level 2 Pediatric Trauma Center, ABA verified Burn Center, Primary Stroke Center, and a nationally recognized CARF-accredited Rehabilitation Center.  Owing to its geographic location and specialty offerings, SCVMC not only serves the County, but also the larger region.  

    Providers in our health system also have the opportunity to use our integrated electronic health record (Epic), which brings together system-wide patient information.   Recently, the Health Information Management Systems Society (HIMSS) recognized SCVMC Hospitals & Clinics for achieving its highest level of success (Stage 7), based on our continuous innovation and optimization of our inpatient and outpatient EHR.

    About the community

    SCVMC is located in San Jose, California in the heart of Silicon Valley, offering a diverse choice of cultural, recreational, and lifestyle opportunities.  Our physicians live in a range of communities, including urban (e.g., San Francisco), university (e.g., Palo Alto), high tech (e.g., many cities of Silicon Valley), mountain (e.g., Los Gatos), beach (e.g. Santa Cruz), and rural/agricultural (e.g., Morgan Hill and Gilroy).  Situated in one of the most desirable regions of the country – only 45 minutes from the Monterey Bay and three hours from the Sierra Nevada – our physicians enjoy a very high quality of life.

    About the DIVISION

    Our division of Pediatric Hospital Medicine provides the full spectrum of pediatric hospital medicine services at our main site SCVMC and at our partner sites O'Connor (OCH) and St. Louise Regional Hospital (SLRH). We have a very collegial work environment with 10+ hospitalists on staff and are growing in size to cover the south bay. We have robust specialty support, including neonatologists who staff the level 3 OCH and level 4 VMC NICUs.

    About the position

    This position requires a deep commitment to providing care in community hospitals, including critical access hospitals. The preferred candidate needs to have strong delivery room skills and an interest in staff development and outreach to community physicians. Provider will work mainly between SLRH and OCH and rotate in for on average two shifts per month at VMC. Interest in staffing and oversight of a pediatric urgent care clinic at OCH also considered, but not required.  Provider needs to have a response time of max 30 min to SLRH for newborn deliveries.

    About compensation

    We offer competitive compensation, generous comprehensive benefit package (including 54 days of leave per year), paid malpractice (with tail coverage), vibrant professional environment, opportunity for career growth, and the opportunity to serve a multicultural patient population.   

    If you are interested in joining a practice with unparalleled personal and professional advantages, then please submit your letter of interest and CV to Roya Rousta at [email protected].

     

    The San Francisco Bay Area is well known for its rich diversity of cultures. Santa Clara Valley Health and Hospital System seeks candidates whose experiences have prepared them to contribute to our commitment to diversity and excellence. The County of Santa Clara is an Equal Opportunity. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religious belief, ancestry, national origin, gender, sexual orientation, gender identity or preference, pregnancy, marital status, disability, medical condition, political belief, veterans status, organizational affiliation or association with any individual in any of these groups. Santa Clara Valley Health and Hospital System is committed to inclusion for all of its patients, employees, and community.

    Better Health for All

    Santa Clara Valley Health & Hospital System (SCVHHS), a large public teaching healthcare system, affiliated with Stanford University School of Medicine, in San Jose CA, is seeking one full-time and one 1 part-time BE/BC primary care pediatricians and extra help (unbenefited) BE/BC pediatricians to work in our expanding pediatric primary care and urgent care practice in our Department of Pediatrics.

    We offer the unparalleled opportunity to gain the long-term personal and professional satisfaction of serving our patients and our diverse community, while teaching the next generation of health care providers, in one of the best places to live in the United States.

    About the organization

    Santa Clara Valley Health and Hospital System (SCVHHS) is the second-largest County-owned health and hospital system in California and is committed to improving the health of the 1.8 million people of Santa Clara County.  As of March 2019, SCVHHS is comprised of three hospitals:  Santa Clara Valley Medical Center (SCVMC - a 731-bed central hospital), O’Connor Hospital (OCH - 358 licensed beds), and Saint Louise Regional Hospital (SLRH – 93 licensed beds); in addition SCVHHS includes  a large primary care network comprised of e eleven  health centers throughout the County, several urgent care clinics, a broad-range of specialty services in our Valley Specialty Center, comprehensive dental services, a large behavioral health department, public health, EMS, and Valley Health Plan.  

    SCVMC itself hosts five residency training programs and partners with Stanford University Medical Center for the training of residents and fellows in many Stanford-based specialties.  SCVMC also features a Level 1 Trauma Center, Burn Center, Primary Stroke Center, and a CARF-accredited Rehabilitation Center.  Owing to its geographic location and specialty offerings, SCVMC not only serves the County, but also the larger region.   

    Providers in our health system also have the unique opportunity to use our integrated electronic health record (Epic), which brings together system-wide patient information.   Recently, the Health Information Management Systems Society (HIMSS) recognized SCVMC for achieving its highest level of success (Stage 7), based on our continuous innovation and optimization of our inpatient and outpatient EHR.

    About the community

    SCVMC is located in San Jose, California in the heart of Silicon Valley, offering a diverse choice of cultural, recreational, and lifestyle opportunities.  Our physicians live in a range of communities, including urban (e.g., San Francisco), university (e.g., Palo Alto), high tech (e.g., many cities of Silicon Valley), mountain (e.g., Los Gatos), beach (e.g. Santa Cruz), and rural/agricultural (e.g., Morgan Hill and Gilroy).  Situated in one of the most desirable regions of the country – only 45 minutes from the Monterey Bay and three hours from the Sierra Nevada – our physicians enjoy a very high quality of life.

    About the Department of Pediatrics

    Our department of pediatrics is a busy practice comprised of 7 clinics in the south Bay Area and are always needing staffing for our busy urgent care services. We are a key training site for the Stanford pediatric residents and work closely with our pediatric specialists and in-patient team to provide the best medical home for our patients. Physicians who join our department enjoy a collegial work environment, satisfaction working with the underserved and timely collaboration with colleagues via our integrated EMR (Epic).  

    About the position

    We are looking for BC/BE pediatricians who enjoy a busy clinic with both primary care and urgent care shifts. The preferred candidates will be familiar with working with non-English speaking families and proficiency in Spanish or Vietnamese would be a plus, but not required. We are also looking for providers who are willing to mentor the pediatric residents in urgent care or in continuity clinic.

    About compensation

    We offer competitive compensation, generous comprehensive benefit package (including 54 days of leave per year), paid malpractice (with tail coverage), vibrant professional environment, opportunity for career growth, and the opportunity to serve a multicultural patient population.   

    If you are interested in joining a practice with unparalleled personal and professional advantages, then please submit your letter of interest and CV to Roya Rousta at [email protected]

     

    The San Francisco Bay Area is well known for its rich diversity of cultures. Santa Clara Valley Health and Hospital System seeks candidates whose experiences have prepared them to contribute to our commitment to diversity and excellence. The County of Santa Clara is an Equal Opportunity. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religious belief, ancestry, national origin, gender, sexual orientation, gender identity or preference, pregnancy, marital status, disability, medical condition, political belief, veterans status, organizational affiliation or association with any individual in any of these groups. Santa Clara Valley Health and Hospital System is committed to inclusion for all of its patients, employees, and community.

    Better Health for All

    Santa Clara Valley Health & Hospital System (SCVHHS), a large public teaching healthcare system, affiliated with Stanford University School of Medicine, in San Jose CA, is seeking a full-time BC/BE pediatric pulmonologist in our Department of Pediatrics.

    We offer the unparalleled opportunity to gain the long-term personal and professional satisfaction of serving our patients and the public, while teaching the next generation of health care providers, in one of the best places to live in the United States.

    About the organization

    Santa Clara Valley Health and Hospital System (SCVHHS) is the second-largest County-owned health and hospital system in California and is committed to improving the health of the 1.8 million people of Santa Clara County.  As of March 2019, SCVHHS is comprised of three hospitals:  Santa Clara Valley Medical Center (SCVMC - a 731-bed central hospital), O’Connor Hospital (OCH - 358 licensed beds), and Saint Louise Regional Hospital (SLRH – 93 licensed beds); in addition SCVHHS includes  a large primary care network comprised of e eleven  health centers throughout the County, several urgent care clinics, a broad-range of specialty services in our Valley Specialty Center, comprehensive dental services, a large behavioral health department, public health, EMS, and Valley Health Plan.  

    SCVMC itself hosts five residency training programs and partners with Stanford University Medical Center for the training of residents and fellows in many Stanford-based specialties. SCVMC also features a Level 1 Trauma Center, Burn Center, Primary Stroke Center, and a CARF-accredited Rehabilitation Center. Owing to its geographic location and specialty offerings, SCVMC not only serves the County, but also the larger region.

    Providers in our health system also have the unique opportunity to use our integrated electronic health record (Epic), which brings together system-wide patient information. Recently, the Health Information Management Systems Society (HIMSS) recognized SCVMC for achieving its highest level of success (Stage 7), based on our continuous innovation and optimization of our inpatient and outpatient EHR.

    About the community

    SCVMC is located in San Jose, California in the heart of Silicon Valley, offering a diverse choice of cultural, recreational, and lifestyle opportunities.  Our physicians live in a range of communities, including urban (e.g., San Francisco), university (e.g., Palo Alto), high tech (e.g., many cities of Silicon Valley), mountain (e.g., Los Gatos), beach (e.g. Santa Cruz), and rural/agricultural (e.g., Morgan Hill and Gilroy).  Situated in one of the most desirable regions of the country – only 45 minutes from the Monterey Bay and three hours from the Sierra Nevada – our physicians enjoy a very high quality of life.

    About the Department of Pediatrics

    Our Department of Pediatrics has a busy 36-bed Pediatric Ward, 12-bed PICU, 40-bed level IV NICU, 170,000 outpatient visits per year, and is a key training site for Stanford medical students and pediatrics residents. Physicians who join our Department of Pediatrics are pleased to find a very collegial work environment, with robust specialty and ancillary support and an integrated electronic health record (Epic).

    About the position

    The successful candidate will have the dedication to work with the underserved population; have board certification in pediatric sleep but is not required; and proficiency in Spanish or Vietnamese but is not required.

    Current clinical duties include at least six half day clinics on site and two clinics a month at the satellite clinic in Gilroy. On call duties to be shared with one other provider and consist of mainly phone calls. While on call, provider needs to be within 1 hour away from the main campus in the event of an urgent endoscopy or bedside consult. Additional duties include supervision of a nurse practitioner, managing the endoscopy equipment, managing pediatric sleep studies and the seasonal Synergis clinic.

    About compensation

    We offer competitive compensation, generous comprehensive benefit package (including 54 days of leave per year), paid malpractice (with tail coverage), vibrant professional environment, opportunity for career growth, and the opportunity to serve a multicultural patient population.   

    If you are interested in joining a practice with unparalleled personal and professional advantages, then please submit your letter of interest and CV to Roya Rousta at [email protected].

     

     

    The San Francisco Bay Area is well known for its rich diversity of cultures. Santa Clara Valley Health and Hospital System seeks candidates whose experiences have prepared them to contribute to our commitment to diversity and excellence. The County of Santa Clara is an Equal Opportunity. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religious belief, ancestry, national origin, gender, sexual orientation, gender identity or preference, pregnancy, marital status, disability, medical condition, political belief, veterans status, organizational affiliation or association with any individual in any of these groups. Santa Clara Valley Health and Hospital System is committed to inclusion for all of its patients, employees, and community.

    Better Health for All

    Santa Clara Valley Health & Hospital System (SCVHHS), a large public teaching healthcare system, affiliated with Stanford University School of Medicine, is seeking a part-time (0.5 FTE) BC/BE physician with the opportunity for full time employment to work half time in our Primary Care clinic.

    We offer the unparalleled opportunity to gain the long-term personal and professional satisfaction of serving our patients and our diverse community, while teaching the next generation of health care providers, in one of the best places to live in the United States.

    About the organization

    Santa Clara Valley Health and Hospital System (SCVHHS) is the second-largest County-owned health and hospital system in California and is committed to improving the health of the 1.8 million people of Santa Clara County.  As of March 2019, SCVHHS is comprised of three hospitals:  Santa Clara Valley Medical Center (SCVMC - a 731-bed central hospital), O’Connor Hospital (OCH - 358 licensed beds), and Saint Louise Regional Hospital (SLRH – 93 licensed beds); in addition SCVHHS includes  a large primary care network comprised of e eleven  health centers throughout the County, several urgent care clinics, a broad-range of specialty services in our Valley Specialty Center, comprehensive dental services, a large behavioral health department, public health, EMS, and Valley Health Plan.  

    SCVMC itself hosts five residency training programs and partners with Stanford University Medical Center for the training of residents and fellows in many Stanford-based specialties.  SCVMC also features a Level 1 Trauma Center, Burn Center, Primary Stroke Center, and a CARF-accredited Rehabilitation Center.  Owing to its geographic location and specialty offerings, SCVMC not only serves the County, but also the larger region.   

    Providers in our health system also have the unique opportunity to use our integrated electronic health record (Epic), which brings together system-wide patient information.   Recently, the Health Information Management Systems Society (HIMSS) recognized SCVMC for achieving its highest level of success (Stage 7), based on our continuous innovation and optimization of our inpatient and outpatient EHR.

    About the community

    SCVMC is located in San Jose, California in the heart of Silicon Valley, offering a diverse choice of cultural, recreational, and lifestyle opportunities.  Our physicians live in a range of communities, including urban (e.g., San Francisco), university (e.g., Palo Alto), high tech (e.g., many cities of Silicon Valley), mountain (e.g., Los Gatos), beach (e.g. Santa Cruz), and rural/agricultural (e.g., Morgan Hill and Gilroy).  Situated in one of the most desirable regions of the country – only 45 minutes from the Monterey Bay and three hours from the Sierra Nevada – our physicians enjoy a very high quality of life.

    About the DEPARTMENT 

    Our Post-Acute Care Transitions (PACT) Program is an award-winning initiative which focuses on patients who are medically stable and require nursing home level of care, but who do not yet have a safe discharge plan after hospitalization. Using a multidisciplinary approach, PACT coordinates a seamless transition for patients from the hospital to the nursing home where patients can access resources related to mental health, homeless medicine, substance use, wound care, housing programs, and palliative services. Once the patient is ready for discharge from the contracted nursing home, a team-based assessment informs a care coordination plan for patient integration back into the community.  We take care of our County’s high risk patient populations. We have the support of an excellent interdisciplinary team and committed physicians to ensure excellent career development.

    About the POSITION 

    The Post-Acute Care Transitions Program is seeking a physician join our established team. You should have a current CA medical license, DEA and eligibility to participate in Medi-Cal/Medicare. The successful candidate will work closely with our robust interdisciplinary team to provide clinical care to our diverse, fragile patients, as well as coordinate transfers from the hospital, to the contracted SNF and facilitate safe discharges to the community. There is also opportunity for QI projects for the division as well as teaching Internal Medicine residents. This position also offers full time employment to work half time in Post-Acute Care Transitions and half time in Primary Care clinic.

    About compensation and benefits

    We offer competitive compensation, generous comprehensive benefit package (including 54 days of leave per year), paid malpractice (with tail coverage), vibrant professional environment, opportunity for career growth, and the opportunity to serve a multicultural patient population.     

    If you are interested in joining a practice with unparalleled personal and professional advantages, then please submit your letter of interest and CV to Roya Rousta at [email protected]

     

    The San Francisco Bay Area is well known for its rich diversity of cultures.  Santa Clara Valley Health and Hospital System seeks candidates whose experiences have prepared them to contribute to our commitment to diversity and excellence. The County of Santa Clara is an Equal Opportunity Employer.  All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religious belief, ancestry, national origin, gender, sexual orientation, gender identity or preference, pregnancy, marital status, disability, medical condition, political belief, veterans status, organizational affiliation or association with any individual in any of these groups.  Santa Clara Valley Health and Hospital System is committed to inclusion for all of its patients, employees, and community. 

    Better Health for All

    Santa Clara Valley Health & Hospital System (SCVHHS), a large public teaching healthcare system, affiliated with Stanford University School of Medicine, is seeking part-time BC/BE Physiatrist, to join our dynamic practice in our Department of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation.

    We offer the unparalleled opportunity to gain the long-term personal and professional satisfaction of serving our patients and our diverse community, while teaching the next generation of health care providers, in one of the best places to live in the United States.

    About the organization

    Santa Clara Valley Health and Hospital System (SCVHHS) is the second-largest County-owned health and hospital system in California and is committed to improving the health of the 1.9 million people of Santa Clara County. SCVHHS is comprised of three hospitals:  Santa Clara Valley Medical Center (SCVMC - a 731-bed central hospital), O’Connor Hospital (OCH - 358 licensed beds), and Saint Louise Regional Hospital (SLRH – 93 licensed beds); in addition SCVHHS includes a large primary care network comprised of eleven  health centers throughout the County, several urgent care clinics, a broad-range of specialty services in our Valley Specialty Center, comprehensive dental services, a large behavioral health department, public health, EMS, and Valley Health Plan.  

    SCVMC itself hosts five residency training programs and partners with Stanford University Medical Center for the training of residents and fellows in many Stanford-based specialties.  SCVMC also features a Level 1 Trauma Center, Level 2 Pediatric Trauma Center, ABA verified Burn Center, Primary Stroke Center, and a nationally recognized CARF-accredited Rehabilitation Center.  Owing to its geographic location and specialty offerings, SCVMC not only serves the County, but also the larger region.  

    Providers in our health system also have the opportunity to use our integrated electronic health record (Epic), which brings together system-wide patient information.   Recently, the Health Information Management Systems Society (HIMSS) recognized SCVMC for achieving its highest level of success (Stage 7), based on our continuous innovation and optimization of our inpatient and outpatient EHR.

    About the community

    SCVHHS is located in San Jose, California in the heart of Silicon Valley, offering a diverse choice of cultural, recreational, and lifestyle opportunities.  Our physicians live in a range of communities, including urban (e.g., San Francisco), university (e.g., Palo Alto), high tech (e.g., many cities of Silicon Valley), mountain (e.g., Los Gatos), beach (e.g. Santa Cruz), and rural/agricultural (e.g., Morgan Hill and Gilroy).  Situated in one of the most desirable regions of the country – only 45 minutes from the Monterey Bay and three hours from the Sierra Nevada – our physicians enjoy a very high quality of life.

    About the DEPARTMENT

    Our Department of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation provides inpatient and outpatient care for individuals with Stroke, Traumatic Brain Injury, Spinal Cord Injury, and other disabling conditions.  Our group also provides inpatient consultations to our acute hospital, which is a Level 1 Trauma Facility.  We are a primary teaching site for the Stanford PM&R Residency program.

    About the Position

    This position requires candidates to be BC/BE in PM&R.  The preferred candidate would have interest in neurological rehabilitation, experience in both inpatient and outpatient care, and competence in Electrodiagnostics (NCS and EMG).  Specific interest in SCI and BC/BE in SCIM would be ideal, but not necessary.

    About compensation and benefits

    We offer competitive compensation, generous comprehensive benefit package (including 54 days of leave per year), paid malpractice (with tail coverage), vibrant professional environment, opportunity for career growth, and the opportunity to serve a multicultural patient population.   

    If you are interested in joining a practice with unparalleled personal and professional advantages, then please submit your letter of interest and CV to Roya Rousta at [email protected]

     

    The San Francisco Bay Area is well known for its rich diversity of cultures. Santa Clara Valley Health and Hospital System seeks candidates whose experiences have prepared them to contribute to our commitment to diversity and excellence. The County of Santa Clara is an Equal Opportunity Employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religious belief, ancestry, national origin, gender, sexual orientation, gender identity or preference, pregnancy, marital status, disability, medical condition, political belief, veterans status, organizational affiliation or association with any individual in any of these groups. Santa Clara Valley Health and Hospital System is committed to inclusion for all of its patients, employees, and community.

    $275,080 -$357,600 annually
    36 days of annual leave
    Full benefits & retirement
    (Above annual salary includes additional pay for Board Certification and Acute Settings)

    Santa Clara Valley Health and Hospital System, a public healthcare system in the heart of Silicon Valley, is seeking full-time BE/BC psychiatrists for a variety of clinical settings, including emergency psychiatric services, inpatient consultation liaison services, jail custody health inpatient services, specialty mental health outpatient services and primary care behavioral health services.

    As the largest public health care system in northern California, we offer comprehensive healthcare resources to a large and diverse patient population. Psychiatrists are part of a robust team of staff that work in collaboration with other medical specialties and behavioral health clinicians to provide integrated health care to patients.

    Psychiatrists are eligible for numerous benefits including 36 days of annual leave, 5 days of educational leave, 13 holidays, $4500 educational funds, health benefits, life insurance and CalPERS retirement plan. No calls required.

    In addition, part-time opportunities for BE/BC psychiatrists and PGY IVs are available.

    If you are interested in working in a dynamic and collegial work environment, please submit a CV and letter of interest to [email protected]

     

    The San Francisco Bay Area is well known for its rich diversity of cultures. Santa Clara Valley Health and Hospital System seeks candidates whose experiences have prepared them to contribute to our commitment to diversity and excellence. The County of Santa Clara is an Equal Opportunity. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religious belief, ancestry, national origin, gender, sexual orientation, gender identity or preference, pregnancy, marital status, disability, medical condition, political belief, veterans status, organizational affiliation or association with any individual in any of these groups. Santa Clara Valley Health and Hospital System is committed to inclusion for all of its patients, employees, and community.

    Better Health for All

    Santa Clara Valley Health & Hospital System (SCVHHS), a large public teaching healthcare system, affiliated with Stanford University School of Medicine, is seeking a full-time and a part-time BC/BE General and Acute Care Surgeon to join our dynamic practice in our Department of Surgery at O’Connor Hospital.

    We offer the unparalleled opportunity to gain the long-term personal and professional satisfaction of serving our patients and our diverse community, while teaching the next generation of health care providers, in one of the best places to live in the United States.

    About the organization

    Santa Clara Valley Health and Hospital System (SCVHHS) is the second-largest County-owned health and hospital system in California and is committed to improving the health of the 1.8 million people of Santa Clara County.  As of March 2019, SCVHHS includes three hospitals:  Santa Clara Valley Medical Center (SCVMC - a 731-bed central hospital), O’Connor Hospital (OCH - 358 licensed beds), and Saint Louise Regional Hospital (SLRH – 93 licensed beds) collectively known as Santa Clara Valley Hospitals & Clinics; the clinics comprises a large primary care network of eleven health centers throughout the County, several adult and pediatric urgent care clinics, a broad-range of specialty services in our Valley Specialty Center, comprehensive dental services. In addition, SCVHHS also includes a large behavioral health department, public health department, EMS, and Valley Health Plan.  

    OCH itself hosts a joint Family Medicine residency and a sports medicine training programs with Stanford.  OCH also serve a rotation site for medical students from Stanford and other schools.

    Providers in our health system also have the opportunity to use our integrated electronic health record (Epic), which brings together system-wide patient information.   Recently, the Health Information Management Systems Society (HIMSS) recognized SCVMC Hospitals & Clinics for achieving its highest level of success (Stage 7), based on our continuous innovation and optimization of our inpatient and outpatient EHR.

    About the community

    OCH is located in San Jose, California in the heart of Silicon Valley, offering a diverse choice of cultural, recreational, and lifestyle opportunities.  Our physicians live in a range of communities, including urban (e.g., San Francisco), university (e.g., Palo Alto), high tech (e.g., many cities of Silicon Valley), mountain (e.g., Los Gatos), beach (e.g. Santa Cruz), and rural/agricultural (e.g., Morgan Hill and Gilroy).  Situated in one of the most desirable regions of the country – only 45 minutes from the Monterey Bay and three hours from the Sierra Nevada – our physicians enjoy a very high quality of life.

    About the Department

    The Department of Surgery is a dynamic department which consists of community and employed surgeons in general surgery, neurosurgery, urology, cardiac (thoracic/vascular), podiatry etc. Allied Health Professionals are an integral part of our team.  The department members serve as teaching faculty residents and medical students.

    About the position

    The successful candidate will be BC/BE by the American Board of Surgery. The position includes the provision of acute care general surgery services, as well as the care of a wide range of outpatient surgical patients. Robotic surgical system is available at the hospital, including a well-structured team.

    About compensation and benefits

    We offer competitive compensation, generous comprehensive benefit package (including 54 days of leave per year), paid malpractice (with tail coverage), vibrant professional environment, opportunity for career growth, and the opportunity to serve a multicultural patient population.    

    If you are interested in joining a practice with unparalleled personal and professional advantages, then please submit your letter of interest and CV to Roya Rousta at [email protected]

    The San Francisco Bay Area is well known for its rich diversity of cultures. Santa Clara Valley Health and Hospital System seeks candidates whose experiences have prepared them to contribute to our commitment to diversity and excellence. The County of Santa Clara is an Equal Opportunity. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religious belief, ancestry, national origin, gender, sexual orientation, gender identity or preference, pregnancy, marital status, disability, medical condition, political belief, veterans status, organizational affiliation or association with any individual in any of these groups. Santa Clara Valley Health and Hospital System is committed to inclusion for all of its patients, employees, and community.

    Better Health For All

    County of Santa Clara Health System (CSCHS), a large public teaching hospital, affiliated with Stanford University School of Medicine, in San Jose CA, is seeking a full-time Transgender/Gender Health Physician to lead the multi-disciplinary Gender Health Clinic for our health and hospital system.

    We offer the unparalleled opportunity to gain the long-term personal and professional satisfaction of serving our patients and the public, while teaching the next generation of health care providers, in one of the best places to live in the United States.

    About the organization

    County of Santa Clara Health System (CSCHS) is the second-largest County-owned health and hospital system in California and is committed to improving the health of the 1.9 million people of Santa Clara County. CSCHS is comprised of three hospitals:  Santa Clara Valley Medical Center (SCVMC - a 731-bed central hospital), O’Connor Hospital (OCH - 358 licensed beds), and Saint Louise Regional Hospital (SLRH – 93 licensed beds); in addition CSCHS includes a large primary care network comprised of eleven health centers throughout the County, several urgent care clinics, a broad-range of specialty services in our Valley Specialty Center, comprehensive dental services, a large behavioral health department, public health, EMS, and Valley Health Plan.  

    SCVMC itself hosts four residency and one fellowship training programs and partners with Stanford University Medical Center for the training of residents and fellows in many Stanford-based specialties.  SCVMC also features a Level 1 Trauma Center, Level 2 Pediatric Trauma Center, ABA verified Burn Center, Primary Stroke Center, and a nationally recognized CARF-accredited Rehabilitation Center.  Owing to its geographic location and specialty offerings, SCVMC not only serves the County, but also the larger region.  

    Providers in our health system also have the opportunity to use our integrated electronic health record (Epic), which brings together system-wide patient information.   The Health Information Management Systems Society (HIMSS) recognized SCVMC for achieving its highest level of success (Stage 7), based on our continuous innovation and optimization of our inpatient and outpatient EHR.

     

    About the community

    CSCHS is located in San Jose, California in the heart of Silicon Valley, offering a diverse choice of cultural, recreational, and lifestyle opportunities.  Our physicians live in a range of communities, including urban (e.g., San Francisco), university (e.g., Palo Alto), high tech (e.g., many cities of Silicon Valley), mountain (e.g., Los Gatos), beach (e.g. Santa Cruz), and rural/agricultural (e.g., Morgan Hill and Gilroy).  Situated in one of the most desirable regions of the country – only 45 minutes from the Monterey Bay and three hours from the Sierra Nevada – our physicians enjoy a very high quality of life.

     

    About the position

    This physician will provide clinical and administrative oversight of our Gender Health Clinic which is the an integrated, team-based primary care clinic with collaboration between primary care, specialty, psychiatry, social services, nursing, and community partners, including partners in the transgender/gender expansive community.  The clinic provides primary care to our transgender/gender expansive patients, including preventative health, disease management, hormonal therapy and surgical treatment for gender transition. 

    This physician will also provide clinical consultation and guidance to other primary care providers at the Gender Health Clinic and other SCVMC clinics, regarding transgender/gender expansive patients.  This physician will collaborate and serve as the advisor when appropriate to other parts of the County health system with the ultimate goal of strengthening the care we provide to our patients.

    Candidates must be board-certified in Family Medicine or Internal Medicine and have at least one year of clinical experience providing healthcare for transgender/gender expansive patients. The ideal candidate will have completed an approved fellowship/training program in transgender healthcare, experienced in management of a gender health program within a large health system with demonstrated success with innovation, collaboration, teamwork, project management, and quality improvement.

     

    About compensation and benefits

    We offer competitive compensation, generous comprehensive benefit package (including 54 days of leave per year and 5 CME days), paid malpractice (with tail coverage), vibrant professional environment, opportunity for career growth, and the opportunity to serve a multicultural patient population.   

    If you are interested in joining a practice with unparalleled personal and professional advantages, then please submit your letter of interest and CV to Roya Rousta at [email protected].

     

    The San Francisco Bay Area is well known for its rich diversity of cultures.  Santa Clara Valley Health and Hospital System seeks candidates whose experiences have prepared them to contribute to our commitment to diversity and excellence. The County of Santa Clara is an Equal Opportunity Employer.  All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religious belief, ancestry, national origin, gender, sexual orientation, gender identity or preference, pregnancy, marital status, disability, medical condition, political belief, veterans status, organizational affiliation or association with any individual in any of these groups.  Santa Clara Valley Health and Hospital System is committed to inclusion for all of its patients, employees, and community.

    Better Health for All

    Santa Clara Valley Health & Hospital System (SCVHHS), a large public teaching healthcare system, affiliated with Stanford University School of Medicine, is seeking a full-time BC/BE Trauma Critical Care surgeon, to join our dynamic practice in our Department of Surgery. 

    We offer the unparalleled opportunity to gain the long-term personal and professional satisfaction of serving our patients and our diverse community, while teaching the next generation of health care providers, in one of the best places to live in the United States.

    About the organization

    Santa Clara Valley Health and Hospital System (SCVHHS) is the second-largest County-owned health and hospital system in California and is committed to improving the health of the 1.8 million people of Santa Clara County.  As of March 2019, SCVHHS is comprised of three hospitals:  Santa Clara Valley Medical Center (SCVMC - a 731-bed central hospital), O’Connor Hospital (OCH - 358 licensed beds), and Saint Louise Regional Hospital (SLRH – 93 licensed beds); in addition SCVHHS includes  a large primary care network comprised of e eleven  health centers throughout the County, several urgent care clinics, a broad-range of specialty services in our Valley Specialty Center, comprehensive dental services, a large behavioral health department, public health, EMS, and Valley Health Plan.     

    SCVMC itself hosts five residency training programs and partners with Stanford University Medical Center for the training of residents and fellows in many Stanford-based specialties.  SCVMC also features a Level 1 Trauma Center, Burn Center, Primary Stroke Center, and a CARF-accredited Rehabilitation Center.  Owing to its geographic location and specialty offerings, SCVMC not only serves the County, but also the larger region.   

    Providers in our health system also have the unique opportunity to use our integrated electronic health record (Epic), which brings together system-wide patient information.   Recently, the Health Information Management Systems Society (HIMSS) recognized SCVMC for achieving its highest level of success (Stage 7), based on our continuous innovation and optimization of our inpatient and outpatient EHR.

    About the community

    SCVMC is located in San Jose, California in the heart of Silicon Valley, offering a diverse choice of cultural, recreational, and lifestyle opportunities.  Our physicians live in a range of communities, including urban (e.g., San Francisco), university (e.g., Palo Alto), high tech (e.g., many cities of Silicon Valley), mountain (e.g., Los Gatos), beach (e.g. Santa Cruz), and rural/agricultural (e.g., Morgan Hill and Gilroy).  Situated in one of the most desirable regions of the country – only 45 minutes from the Monterey Bay and three hours from the Sierra Nevada – our physicians enjoy a very high quality of life.

    About the Department 

    The Department of Surgery at SCVMC is a large, dynamic department which consists of 9 divisions, including general surgery/trauma, otolaryngology/head and neck, neurosurgery, plastic and reconstructive, urology, ophthalmology, cardiac (thoracic/vascular), podiatry and dental. The department members serve as teaching faculty for Stanford residents in all areas except for podiatry and dental.

    About the Position

    The successful candidate will join a team of nine surgeons four of which are critical care specialists.  
    Clinical responsibilities will include acute care surgery, trauma surgery, and surgical critical care.  OR block time available for elective practice. Leadership experience is desirable but not required.

    About compensation and benefits

    We offer competitive compensation, generous comprehensive benefit package (including 54 days of leave per year), paid malpractice (with tail coverage), vibrant professional environment, opportunity for career growth, and the opportunity to serve a multicultural patient population.   

    If you are interested in joining a practice with unparalleled personal and professional advantages, then please submit your letter of interest and CV to Roya Rousta at [email protected].

     

    The San Francisco Bay Area is well known for its rich diversity of cultures.  Santa Clara Valley Health and Hospital System seeks candidates whose experiences have prepared them to contribute to our commitment to diversity and excellence. The County of Santa Clara is an Equal Opportunity Employer.  All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religious belief, ancestry, national origin, gender, sexual orientation, gender identity or preference, pregnancy, marital status, disability, medical condition, political belief, veterans status, organizational affiliation or association with any individual in any of these groups.  Santa Clara Valley Health and Hospital System is committed to inclusion for all of its patients, employees, and community. 

    Better Health for All

    County of Santa Clara Health System (CSCHS), a large public teaching hospital, affiliated with Stanford University School of Medicine, in San Jose CA, is seeking a full-time board-certified urologist to join our dynamic practice in our Department of Surgery at O’Connor Hospital (OCH).

    We offer the unparalleled opportunity to gain the long-term personal and professional satisfaction of serving our patients and our diverse community, while teaching the next generation of health care providers, in one of the best places to live in the United States.

    About the organization

    County of Santa Clara Health System (CSCHS) is the second-largest County-owned health and hospital system in California and is committed to improving the health of the 1.9 million people of Santa Clara County. As of March 2019, CSCHS comprises of three hospitals:  Santa Clara Valley Medical Center (VMC - a 731-bed central hospital), O’Connor Hospital (OCH - 358 licensed beds), and Saint Louise Regional Hospital (SLRH – 93 licensed beds) ; in addition CSCHS includes a large primary care network comprised of  eleven  health centers throughout the County, several urgent care clinics, a broad-range of specialty services in our Valley Specialty Center, comprehensive dental services, a large behavioral health department, public health, EMS, and Valley Health Plan. 

    VMC hosts five residency training programs and partners with Stanford University Medical Center for the training of residents and fellows in many Stanford-based specialties. VMC also features a Level 1 Trauma Center, Burn Center, Primary Stroke Center, and a CARF-accredited Rehabilitation Center.  OCH is home to a Stanford-O’Connor family medicine residency. Owning to its geographic location and specialty offerings, CSCHS not only serves the County, but also the larger region. 

    Providers in our health system also have the unique opportunity to use our integrated electronic health record (Epic), which brings together system-wide patient information.   Recently, the Health Information Management Systems Society (HIMSS) recognized SCVMC for achieving its highest level of success (Stage 7), based on our continuous innovation and optimization of our inpatient and outpatient EHR.

    About the community

    SCVMC is located in San Jose, California in the heart of Silicon Valley, offering a diverse choice of cultural, recreational, and lifestyle opportunities.  Our physicians live in a range of communities, including urban (e.g., San Francisco), university (e.g., Palo Alto), high tech (e.g., many cities of Silicon Valley), mountain (e.g., Los Gatos), beach (e.g. Santa Cruz), and rural/agricultural (e.g., Morgan Hill and Gilroy).  Situated in one of the most desirable regions of the country – only 45 minutes from the Monterey Bay and three hours from the Sierra Nevada – our physicians enjoy a very high quality of life.

    About the UROLOGY SERVICES

    Urology services at O’Connor Hospital (OCH) is provided by one full time employed general urologist and community urologists. In addition, we have a team of five full time urologists based at VMC, which is within 1.5 miles from the OCH. Due to our growing patient care needs, we are seeking to add an additional full time general urologist to OCH. Physicians who join our teamare pleased to find a very collegial work environment, with robust specialty and ancillary support and an integrated electronic health record (Epic).

    About the Position

    The successful candidate will need to have a California Medical License and Fluoroscopy License. 

    About compensation and benefits

    We offer competitive compensation, generous comprehensive benefit package (including 54 days of leave per year), paid malpractice (with tail coverage), vibrant professional environment, opportunity for career growth, and the opportunity to serve a multicultural patient population.   

    If you are interested in joining a practice with unparalleled personal and professional advantages, then please submit your letter of interest and CV to Roya Rousta at [email protected]

    The San Francisco Bay Area is well known for its rich diversity of cultures. Santa Clara Valley Health and Hospital System seeks candidates whose experiences have prepared them to contribute to our commitment to diversity and excellence. The County of Santa Clara is an Equal Opportunity Employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religious belief, ancestry, national origin, gender, sexual orientation, gender identity or preference, pregnancy, marital status, disability, medical condition, political belief, veterans status, organizational affiliation or association with any individual in any of these groups. Santa Clara Valley Health and Hospital System is committed to inclusion for all of its patients, employees, and community.

    Better Health for All

    County of Santa Clara Health System (CSCHS), a large public teaching hospital, affiliated with Stanford University School of Medicine, in San Jose CA, is seeking a full-time BC/BE Family Medicine or Internal Medicine physician at the Valley Homeless Healthcare Program (VHHP).

    We offer the unparalleled opportunity to gain the long-term personal and professional satisfaction of serving our patients and our diverse community, while teaching the next generation of health care providers, in one of the best places to live in the United States.

    About the organization

    County of Santa Clara Health System (CSCHS) is the second-largest County-owned health and hospital system in California and is committed to improving the health of the 1.9 million people of Santa Clara County. As of March 2019, CSCHS comprises of three hospitals:  Santa Clara Valley Medical Center (VMC - a 731-bed central hospital), O’Connor Hospital (OCH - 358 licensed beds), and Saint Louise Regional Hospital (SLRH – 93 licensed beds) ; in addition CSCHS includes a large primary care network comprised of  eleven  health centers throughout the County, several urgent care clinics, a broad-range of specialty services in our Valley Specialty Center, comprehensive dental services, a large behavioral health department, public health, EMS, and Valley Health Plan. 

    VMC hosts five residency training programs and partners with Stanford University Medical Center for the training of residents and fellows in many Stanford-based specialties. VMC also features a Level 1 Trauma Center, Burn Center, Primary Stroke Center, and a CARF-accredited Rehabilitation Center.  OCH is home to a Stanford-O’Connor family medicine residency. Owning to its geographic location and specialty offerings, CSCHS not only serves the County, but also the larger region. 

    Providers in our health system also have the unique opportunity to use our integrated electronic health record (Epic), which brings together system-wide patient information.   Recently, the Health Information Management Systems Society (HIMSS) recognized SCVMC for achieving its highest level of success (Stage 7), based on our continuous innovation and optimization of our inpatient and outpatient EHR.

    About the community

    SCVMC is located in San Jose, California in the heart of Silicon Valley, offering a diverse choice of cultural, recreational, and lifestyle opportunities.  Our physicians live in a range of communities, including urban (e.g., San Francisco), university (e.g., Palo Alto), high tech (e.g., many cities of Silicon Valley), mountain (e.g., Los Gatos), beach (e.g. Santa Cruz), and rural/agricultural (e.g., Morgan Hill and Gilroy).  Situated in one of the most desirable regions of the country – only 45 minutes from the Monterey Bay and three hours from the Sierra Nevada – our physicians enjoy a very high quality of life.

    About the VALLEY HOMELESS HEALTHCARE PROGRAM (VHHP)

    VHHP provides preventative, acute and chronic medical care for approximately 7, 000 homeless and recently homeless patients annually.

    VHHP consists of a network of Federally Qualified Health Centers (FQHCs), mobile medical units and street medicine and outreach programs that serve the homeless community of San Jose. VHHP is part of the Santa Clara Valley Health and Hospital System (HHS), and in existence since 2003 with a staff of approximately 100 people. Provider staff includes 10 internists, 5 family medicine physicians, 1 pediatrician, 1 family nurse practitioner, 4 psychiatrists, 3 pharmacists, and 4 psychologists and therapists. The staff also includes social workers, nurses, and outreach workers. Integral to its function, the program has several key partners including a case management team, psychology internship program, a methadone clinic, and a shelter organization.

    About the Position

    In addition to Board certification or eligibility, the successful candidate must have leadership experience.

    Scope of the Medical Director

    • Provide leadership and strategic planning for VHHP.
    • Assist in the continuation and development of interdisciplinary approaches to patient care.
    • Provide direct patient care to homeless persons at designated clinical sites.
    • Provide supervision and performance evaluation of the provider and pharmacy team.
    • Participate in management team and clinical site meetings.
    • Facilitate strategic planning and provide support and guidance to clinical programs.
    • Assist in HRSA requirements including UDS metrics and reporting measures to the governing board.
    • Participate in QI/QA processes.
    • Coordinate development of VHHP medical policies and procedures.
    • Assist in the recruitment and hiring of staff.
    • Collaborate with the health and hospital system, key community-based organizations, and homeless specific agencies within the county.
    • Provide support around the utilization of electronic health records.

     

    About compensation and benefits

    We offer competitive compensation, generous comprehensive benefit package (including 54 days of leave per year), paid malpractice (with tail coverage), vibrant professional environment, opportunity for career growth, and the opportunity to serve a multicultural patient population.   

    If you are interested in joining a practice with unparalleled personal and professional advantages, then please submit your letter of interest and CV to Roya Rousta at [email protected]

    The San Francisco Bay Area is well known for its rich diversity of cultures. Santa Clara Valley Health and Hospital System seeks candidates whose experiences have prepared them to contribute to our commitment to diversity and excellence. The County of Santa Clara is an Equal Opportunity Employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religious belief, ancestry, national origin, gender, sexual orientation, gender identity or preference, pregnancy, marital status, disability, medical condition, political belief, veterans status, organizational affiliation or association with any individual in any of these groups. Santa Clara Valley Health and Hospital System is committed to inclusion for all of its patients, employees, and community.

    Better Health for All

    County of Santa Clara Health System (CSCHS), a large public teaching hospital, affiliated with Stanford University School of Medicine, in San Jose CA, is seeking a full-time BC/BE Family Medicine or Internal Medicine physician at the Valley Homeless Healthcare Program (VHHP).

    We offer the unparalleled opportunity to gain the long-term personal and professional satisfaction of serving our patients and our diverse community, while teaching the next generation of health care providers, in one of the best places to live in the United States.

    About the organization

    County of Santa Clara Health System (CSCHS) is the second-largest County-owned health and hospital system in California and is committed to improving the health of the 1.9 million people of Santa Clara County. As of March 2019, CSCHS comprises of three hospitals:  Santa Clara Valley Medical Center (VMC - a 731-bed central hospital), O’Connor Hospital (OCH - 358 licensed beds), and Saint Louise Regional Hospital (SLRH – 93 licensed beds) ; in addition CSCHS includes a large primary care network comprised of  eleven  health centers throughout the County, several urgent care clinics, a broad-range of specialty services in our Valley Specialty Center, comprehensive dental services, a large behavioral health department, public health, EMS, and Valley Health Plan. 

    SCVMC hosts five residency training programs and partners with Stanford University Medical Center for the training of residents and fellows in many Stanford-based specialties. VMC also features a Level 1 Trauma Center, Burn Center, Primary Stroke Center, and a CARF-accredited Rehabilitation Center.  OCH is home to a Stanford-O’Connor family medicine residency. Owning to its geographic location and specialty offerings, CSCHS not only serves the County, but also the larger region. 

    Providers in our health system also have the unique opportunity to use our integrated electronic health record (Epic), which brings together system-wide patient information.   Recently, the Health Information Management Systems Society (HIMSS) recognized SCVMC for achieving its highest level of success (Stage 7), based on our continuous innovation and optimization of our inpatient and outpatient EHR.

    About the community

    SCVMC is located in San Jose, California in the heart of Silicon Valley, offering a diverse choice of cultural, recreational, and lifestyle opportunities.  Our physicians live in a range of communities, including urban (e.g., San Francisco), university (e.g., Palo Alto), high tech (e.g., many cities of Silicon Valley), mountain (e.g., Los Gatos), beach (e.g. Santa Cruz), and rural/agricultural (e.g., Morgan Hill and Gilroy).  Situated in one of the most desirable regions of the country – only 45 minutes from the Monterey Bay and three hours from the Sierra Nevada – our physicians enjoy a very high quality of life.

    About the VALLEY HOMELESS HEALTHCARE PROGRAM (VHHP)

    VHHP provides preventative, acute and chronic medical care for approximately 7, 000 homeless and recently homeless patients annually.

    VHHP consists of a network of Federally Qualified Health Centers (FQHCs), mobile medical units and street medicine and outreach programs that serve the homeless community of San Jose. VHHP is part of the Santa Clara Valley Health and Hospital System (HHS), and in existence since 2003 with a staff of approximately 100 people. Provider staff includes 10 internists, 5 family medicine physicians, 1 pediatrician, 1 family nurse practitioner, 4 psychiatrists, 3 pharmacists, and 4 psychologists and therapists. The staff also includes social workers, nurses, and outreach workers. Integral to its function, the program has several key partners including a case management team, psychology internship program, a methadone clinic, and a shelter organization.

    About the Position

    The VHHP physician will be one of 17 providers delivering primary care to patients experiencing homelessness. As part of the larger Valley Homeless Healthcare Program, the physician’s responsibilities may include involvement in some of these projects: 

    • Primary Care – Will provide primary care to patients across a variety of clinical sites, including fixed clinic sites, mobile medical unit sites, a medical respite program, and a street medicine program. Our clinics are diverse and tailored so specific vulnerable subpopulations, including a teen drop-in center, migrant farmworker outreach site, transgender/non-binary clinic, Re-Entry Clinic for people just released from custody and people who are pregnant.
    • Teaching – Physicians will be expected to teach Internal Medicine residents, Family Medicine residents and Addiction Medicine fellows in various outpatient settings.  Other teaching opportunities include noon conference didactics for internal medicine residents and didactics for SCVMC Social Medicine residents.

    VHHP care is based on a set of core values.  We are looking for candidates with similar values.  These values are as follows:

    • Team Care – Caring for complicated patients requires a team.   All patients receive care from the entire team including our case managers, nurses, psychologists, and outreach workers.  The ability to work within and through this team will be critical for success.
    • Flexibility – Many of our sites are in non-traditional settings including shelter-based clinics and mobile medical units.  Adapting practice styles to these non-traditional settings will be important.
    • Patient advocacy – The care provider is an advocate for the patient.  Many of these patients have ‘failed’ other mainstream care settings.  Advocating and developing creative solutions for their care will be an important aspect of the job.

    About compensation and benefits

    We offer competitive compensation, generous comprehensive benefit package (including 54 days of leave per year), paid malpractice (with tail coverage), vibrant professional environment, opportunity for career growth, and the opportunity to serve a multicultural patient population.   

    If you are interested in joining a practice with unparalleled personal and professional advantages, then please submit your letter of interest and CV to Roya Rousta at [email protected]

    The San Francisco Bay Area is well known for its rich diversity of cultures. Santa Clara Valley Health and Hospital System seeks candidates whose experiences have prepared them to contribute to our commitment to diversity and excellence. The County of Santa Clara is an Equal Opportunity Employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religious belief, ancestry, national origin, gender, sexual orientation, gender identity or preference, pregnancy, marital status, disability, medical condition, political belief, veterans status, organizational affiliation or association with any individual in any of these groups. Santa Clara Valley Health and Hospital System is committed to inclusion for all of its patients, employees, and community.