Associate Chief of Emergency Medicine

Location US-NY-New York
Regular Full-Time
Emergency Medicine
NYC Health + Hospitals/Metropolitan


In partnership with NYC Health + Hospitals, NYC Health + Hospitals/Metropolitan, provides care for over 313,000 outpatient visits, nearly 70,000 emergency room visits and more than 13,000 inpatient admissions annually. The hospital maintains an academic affiliation with New York Medical College


We are currently seeking a Board Certified Physician with superior leadership qualities to play an integral role in the daily operations in NYC Health + Hospitals/Metropolitan thriving Emergency Department. Located in a pleasant Upper East Side Manhattan neighborhood, NYC Health + Hospitals/Metropolitan is a full-service, acute care hospital emphasizing primary care medicine and utilizing the latest advances in medical science. Known for being the first hospital in East Harlem to be designated by the New York State Department of Health (NYSDOH) as an official Stroke Center, NYC Health + Hospitals/Metropolitan prides itself on delivering culturally-sensitive, compassionate, appropriate and affordable medical care to the diverse neighborhoods and communities of northern Manhattan.




  • Providing utilization review and denials management
  • Acting as a liaison to Physician Assistants
  • Overseeing the Physician Assistants’ and Attending’s’ schedule
  • Coordinating Residents’ schedules
  • Ensuring maintenance of Stroke Center Certification
  • Assisting and participating in community outreach
  • Investigating patient complaints, customer service and recovery
  • Participating on the Pharmacy and Therapeutics Committees




  • Current NYS license
  • Graduate of an accredited medical college
  • Board Certified in Emergency Medicine (ABEM)
  • Bilingual Spanish is a plus!


We offer a competitive salary and a comprehensive benefits package. For immediate consideration, please email your CV to, or apply online at:




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