Bon Secours Virginia Medical Group is looking for an Intensivist for Maryview Medical Center in Portsmouth, VA and an Intensivist for DePaul Medical Center in Norfolk, VA to join our ministry. Job Description: •Maryview Medical Center Details: o17 beds in the ICU o4 beds in Respiratory Step Down o5 beds in the Cardiac Step Down – Consults only •DePaul Medical Center Details: o8-10 beds in the ICU o8 beds in the Neuro Step Down •The shifts are 7 on 7 off. The 7 on consist of 10 hour days on site and 14 hours night call. For night call you would only be required to come to the hospital should a patient's condition require it. We will have NP/PAs who are trained to do procedure in the ICU at night and will only call the physician when needed. •Intensivist will not be responsible for codes while on call •Required procedures are: oCentral lines oArterial lines oIntubation oDialysis catheter placement oThoracocentesis oChest tubes (pig tails) oUltrasound use proficiency Bon Secours Medical Group Offers: •Competitive Compensation Package •Sign-on bonus •Relocation allowance for qualified candidates (IRS guidelines) •Comprehensive medical, vision, and dental coverage for physicians and their families •Multiple options for tax and income deferred retirement saving •Generous paid vacation time, plus sick time •Paid continuing medical education, professional dues, and development opportunities Bon Secours Hampton Roads Health System (BSHR) is a network more than 3,200 full time equivalent care-givers including 185+ employed primary care and specialist providers in 52 locations throughout the local health system. The facilities in the local health system include: three hospitals, two ambulatory services sites, three ambulatory surgery centers, two nursing care centers, two assisted living centers and 50+ physician practice locations serving the communities of Norfolk, Virginia Beach, Chesapeake, Portsmouth, Suffolk, Hampton, Newport News and adjacent communities in Southeastern Virginia. Check us out more by going to: https://bonsecours.com/hampton-roads “The Mission of Bon Secours Health System is to bring compassion to health care and to be Good Help to Those in Need®, especially those who are poor and dying. As a System of caregivers, we commit ourselves to help bring people and communities to health and wholeness as part of the healing ministry of Jesus Christ and the Catholic Church.” About Hampton Roads: The Hampton Roads area of Coastal Virginia offers a beautiful city of over one million that most would consider a cultural hotspot with a bustling, artsy urban downtown and affordable upscale suburbs with top public schools and safe neighborhoods. Known as “One of the Nation’s Top 20 places to educate your child” – Forbes magazine. Hampton Roads is 45 minutes south of historical Williamsburg, 4 hours south of D.C. and 1 hour north of the Outer Banks of North Carolina. Overall, a great opportunity to live in the affluent suburbs of a lively, affordable city in Virginia while also caring for high-need patient population and earning a top income among physicians in your specialty nationwide.
Contact Info: Jessica Buhler Physician Recruiter Bon Secours Medical Group 757-215-2724 Jessica_Buhler@bshsi.org
Bon Secours Health System
Our Ministry at a Glance
• not-for-profit Catholic health system sponsored by Bon Secours Ministries
•headquartered in Marriottsville, Maryland
•owns, manages, or joint-ventures facilities in six states, primarily on the East Coast
•19 acute-care hospitals
•one psychiatric hospital
•five nursing care facilities
•four assisted living facilities
•14 home care... and hospice services
•more than 25,000 employees
History of Bon Secours
The Sisters of Bon Secours were founded in 1824 to respond to the needs of those who were sick and dying in Paris by providing health care to them in their homes. Through their care, they believed that they were bringing God’s healing, compassion and liberation to those in need by helping to alleviate their suffering and bringing a message of hope and assurance that there is a God who loves them.
The first three Sisters of Bon Secours arrived in Baltimore, Maryland, in 1881, and established their first hospital in 1919. By 1980, the Sisters had established or assumed responsibility for several Catholic hospitals, long-term care facilities, and other health care services. The Sisters formed Bon Secours Health System in 1983 to provide skilled, unified management and professional resources for all their health care operations while preserving their Catholic tradition of providing quality care to all, especially to those who are poor, sick and dying.
Since 1983, through acquisitions and joint ventures with other religious and non-sectarian organizations, the system has added facilities in several communities—Charleston and Greenville, South Carolina; Portsmouth, Richmond, Norfolk, and Newport News, Virginia; Suffern, Riverdale, Warwick, and Port Jervis, New York; Ashland, Kentucky; and St. Petersburg, Florida. In 2016, Bon Secours Health System became Bon Secours.
According to the Catholic Health Association, “Sponsorship of a health care ministry is a formal relationship between an authorized Catholic organization and a legally formed system, hospital, clinic, nursing home (or other institution) entered into for the sake of promoting and sustaining Christ’s healing ministry to people in need.” The Catholic Church authorizes sponsors to minister, then holds them accountable for their ministry.
The Sisters of Bon Secours sponsored Bon Secours facilities since 1919 when the Bon Secours Hospital opened in Baltimore. Between 1983 and 2006, the sisters were the sole sponsoring entity for Bon Secours Health System.
In 2006, the Vatican approved the formation of Bon Secours Ministries as the sponsor of Bon Secours Health System. Although the Sisters of Bon Secours, USA, were the sponsors for the health system for 23 years, the new model enables them to share sponsorship of the health system with lay leaders. Bringing on leaders other than Sisters of Bon Secours into the role of sponsorship helps ensure the continuance of the sisters’ Catholic health ministry into the future.
Over the years, other congregations of women religious joined with the Sisters of Bon Secours to expand the healing ministry of Jesus and the Catholic Church. In these situations, Bon Secours Ministries and the other religious congregations are considered co-sponsors, sharing sponsorship responsibilities. Today, these co-sponsoring congregations are the Bernardine Sisters of the Third Order of St. Francis, Newport News, Virginia, and the Sisters of Charity of St. Elizabeth, Convent Station, New Jersey, Suffern, New York.