Catskill Regional Medical Group’s New Monticello Location featuring Urgent Care and Primary Care:
Catskill Regional Medical Group held a Groundbreaking Ceremony for its new Monticello office on Wednesday, October 5, 2016. The event commemorated the start of construction on the project that, once complete, will house new Urgent Care and Primary Care services for Catskill Regional Medical Group. The new Monticello location is the fourth for Catskill Regional Medical Group with existing offices in Harris, Livingston Manor and Callicoon.
The 11,000-square-foot building will also feature x-ray, ultrasound and CT scan technology as well as 12 exam / procedure rooms and laboratory services. Situated on the corner of Route 42 and Concord Road in the Town of Thompson, the location will allow easy access to patients traveling in either direction on State Route 17. Completion of the building is expected in 2017.
Responsible for providing appropriate urgent and walk-in care to all patients that present for treatment at the appropriate office for this care including but not limited to broken bones and lacerations. Provides leadership, coordination and administration to this service line for Orange Regional Medical Center. The Physician is a partner in an interdisciplinary team of primary care givers, specialty providers and administrative support staff to perform assigned duties while displaying the highest of standards of ethical and moral conduct as well as acting in the best interest of Orange Regional Medical Group, supporting our mission, vision and values to optimize the health and well-being of our patients.
Board Certified or Board Eligible, M.D. or D.O. licensed to practice in the State of New York possessing an unrestricted DEA certification while maintaining required staff membership at Orange Regional Medical Center
Degree of M.D. or D.O. with recognized Family Medicine residency by ABFM or the AOBFP or with recognized Emergency Medicine residency by ABEM or AOBEM or with recognized Medicine and Pediatrics residency programs by both the ABIM or AOBIM & the ABP or ABOP (three years minimum)
Professional clinical experience in Urgent Care Practice in either Family Medicine or Emergency Medicine or combined Internal and Pediatric Medicine
NYS Medical License, valid and unrestricted
Board Certification in Family Practice, Medicine and Pediatrics or Emergency Medicine or achieved within five (5) years of the completion of training, is required. Urgent Care Certification, preferred, within three (3) years of hire
BLS, ACLS & PALS certification required
DEA Certification, valid and unrestricted
New York State Education Department Approved Child Abuse Training Certification
Must possess the physical and mental abilities to perform the tasks normally associated with the practice of internal medicine or family medicine.
Hospital clinic direct patient care offices