Nocturnist Ascension Sacred Heart Pensacola - Pensacola, FL, USA

Job Description

Physicians! Do you prefer to work at Night?   HNI is seeking a nocturnist to join our Hospitalist team at Ascension Sacred Heart Hospital in Pensacola, Florida.  HNI Healthcare offers time-saving technology with  VitalsMD ,  excellent compensation, and a physician-led, collaborative culture. 

This opportunity features:

  • 566-bed acute care, Level II Trauma Center 
  • Flexible 7 on/ 7 off schedule  7p-7a 
  • Open ICU, procedures required
  • Competitive compensation including paid malpractice and incentives
  • Comprehensive full-time benefit package including generous 401(k) match 
  • 7 physicians day, 2 physicians night
  • 1 APP days, 1 APP nights 
  • EMR- Cerner 

Why HNI Healthcare?

HNI's proprietary VitalsMD   Technology Advantage  gives physicians the ability to input real-time data to manage workflow and inform decisions at the point of care, helping to drive improved outcomes. Our physicians value its clinician-generated data and ease-of-use.

Resources, Training & Culture  -  HNIs exclusive  HNICore  Program gives providers the tools and training necessary to thrive in their careers. Through collaboration and leadership development, we strive to create a healthy culture that nurtures long, rewarding careers.

A successful candidate for HNI Healthcare possesses the following:

  • Passion for delivering high-quality, value-based versus volume-based care.
  • Preference for real-time, data-driven clinical decision-making.
  • Desire to be a part of an organization that is committed to excellence.
  • Board certified, or board eligible, MD or DO with training in FM or IM.
  • Current, unrestricted, Florida license to practice.
  • Current, unrestricted federal, and as needed state, prescriptive authority


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Employer: HNI Healthcare
Location: Pensacola, FL, USA
Position Type: Physician (MD, DO, Resident)
Employment Type: Permanent
Specialty: Internal Medicine
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