Critical Care Evac Team - Emergency Physician
Global Surgical and Medical Support Group (GSMSG) is recruiting medical professionals to support the Warfighter Recovery Network (WRN) in Africa.
Specifically, GSMSG will operate two types of teams in multiple locations.
The teams are Mobile Surgical Resuscitative Teams (MSRT) and Critical Care Evacuation Teams (CCET).
Our team members will be based as complete MSRT or CCET teams at 5 possible sites in Africa co-located with US military forces.
These MSRT and CCET teams will be able to deploy forward from fixed installations by ground, air, or maritime assets to respond to the medical needs of the US military or partner force personnel.
Once a patient has been evacuated from a potential hot zone to an area further back, our CCET or MSRT teams will rendezvous with them at a remote airstrip or landing zone and either provide appropriate care at that site or airstrip or provide en route care as appropriate back to the fixed installation where further care can be rendered before the patient is then transported on to US military medical installations.
The standard time commitment will be a 60-day deployment in Africa. However, individuals may sign up for longer periods if they maintain their state-side credentials.
EMERGENCY MEDICINE PHYSICIAN
- Active, current, and unrestricted medical license from any U.S. state or territory
- Doctor of Medicine (MD) or Doctor of Osteopathy (DO) degree from an accredited U.S. school of medicine or osteopathy
- Current Board Certification in Emergency Medicine by the American Board of Emergency Medicine (ABEM) or the American Osteopathic Board of Emergency Medicine and possess an ATLS certification or equivalent
- Be part of a current/active civilian practice to maintain clinical currency during non-deployed periods
- Minimum 5 years' experience, after post graduate medical training, in the active clinical practice of Emergency Medicine
- Five or more years’ experience attending in a high volume/high acuity or critical access environment
- Five years of IC or U.S. military medical experience
- Experience working in the Special Operations Community, practicing in high threat locations, high acuity and/or austere environments as an EM physician is strongly preferred
- Experience with fixed wing critical care transportation of patients
- Experience with deployment in austere and combat-like conditions in Role 1, 2, or 3 facilities, as defined by JP 4-02. FRST or other equivalent special operations experience is desired
Provide the following services
- Emergency medical care as well as critical care for patients appropriate for clinical setting which may include work onboard fixed installations, fixed wing aircraft platforms while stationary and in flight, rotor wing platforms while stationary and in flight, ground vehicle platforms while stationary and while in motion, temporary shelters, structures of opportunity, remote/austere areas and in settings with limited resources and/or low visibility. This may include forward deployment from a fixed installation for up to 10 days.
- Must be able to carry up to 50lbs of equipment at times as well as assist with movement of patients such as on litters
- Must be able to maintain proficiency of small arms such as pistols and rifles. Team members will be expected to be armed at all times
- Will be expected to assist with day-to-day maintenance and inventory of MSRT/CCET team equipment and supplies
- Medical evaluation, diagnosis, consultation, referral, prescription of medications, treatments and therapeutics
- Common procedures within the scope of the EM practice
- Subject Matter Expertise within the scope of the EM practice
- Assist with routine equipment and supply inventory management, maintenance, checks and reporting
- Collaboration with other medical team members as well as with US DoD and Host Nation personnel
- Development and execution of routine training and simulation programs of medical scenarios when not actively engaging in medical care to patients
- In certain scenarios be prepared to provide the above services while wearing 50lbs of gear and in high intensity areas of operation
- Provide complete documentation of care rendered and assist with other team members in completing documentation as needed
- Attend and assist with meetings, briefings, and debriefings
- Assist with routine equipment and supply checks and reporting
- Assist with other administrative and facility related activities
- Provide other services as directed/required
The salary range for this position is $9,300 - $10,300 per week based on experience and qualification. In addition, the employee will receive Hardship Differential Pay in accordance with Dept of State guidelines.