Is there a doctor in the house?

There are 4 replies in this Thread. The last Post () by Rice.

  • Apparently I'm now a doctor of medicine, according to CompHealth:


    Hello Dr. Thomas,


    We have opened a job in Ohio that is looking for locums Hospitalist coverage starting in January 2019 and will be ongoing until at least August 2019. I have included the details of the position and if you are interested or have any questions please call me at the number below or you can respond to this email. Thank you!


    · 7p-7a

    · 14-21 shifts available each month

    · 1-3 admits at night and 10 patient total with cross coverage

    · Arterial Lines, Central Lines and Intubations required

    . Amputations

    . Partial or full lobotomy

    · 64 bed hospital

    · EMR- EPIC

    · 30 miles north of Columbus, OH


    Robert Thompson

    Physician Recruiter, Hospitalist


    They don't mention how much they want to pay me so I haven't replied just yet and thought they may want to chase me up first.

  • Be sure you hold out for a suite at the Ritz Carlton Columbus while you’re on duty!


    I think someone is having you on. Have you ever heard of a hospitalist who does the work of an orthopedic surgeon, a cardiac surgeon and a neurosurgeon, all in a day’s work while serenely making rounds on ten patients at a hospital the size of a youth hostel?

  • You forgot brain surgeon.

    um, not to put too fine a point on it, but that us what the above mentioned 'neurosurgeon' is....


    Dr. Splinter, In light of this revelation, I would advise you not to take the assignment, regardless of the possible suite at the Ritz Carlton Columbus.