ENT needed at level ll Trauma Center: Osceola Regional Medical Center, one of the top specialty hospitals in Kissimmee, Florida, has been caring for members of the community for many years. Our hospital is proud to carry on the tradition of quality care that is provided by a dedicated, compassionate team of physicians, nurses and support staff who use the latest diagnostic and treatment technologies available. This combination of a highly skilled staff and state-of-the-art technology makes Osceola Regional Medical Center the choice of patients throughout the region.
They would like to add a vigorous surgeon who will be very active surgically and capable of performing difficult cases. Osceola Regional Medical Center will become a level 2 Trauma Center and they would ideally prefer a surgeon who is capable of performing difficult traumatic surgical cases and Pediatrics ENT. Osceola Regional Medical Center is part of a GME affiliation and will know soon if the program will be approved for an ENT residency program as well.
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• Board Certification by the American Board of Surgery.
• Surgical training from accredited program.
• Demonstrated expertise in peritoneal malignancies, gastrointestinal, hepatobiliary and/or pancreatic cancer.
• Educate residents in state-of-the-art care of common malignancies such as breast, lung, and colon.
• Provide residents with experience in the management of complex disease involving endocrine pancreas and in surgery for benign and malignant tumors of the thyroid, parathyroid and adrenal.
• Provide residents with understanding of multidisciplinary management of the major cancers primarily treated with surgery, such as breast cancer, colorectal cancer, melanoma, stomach cancer, pancreatic cancer and liver cancer.