Anesthesiologist — Join our dynamic team in one of Southwest’s premier locations.
Somnia Anesthesia, a national anesthesia management company, is seeking a per diem anesthesiologists to join its dynamic team in one of Southwest’s premier locations.
This facility works under a care-team model. The types of cases include cardiac, obstetric, and pediatrics. The hospital sees approximately 1,600 births per year, 80 hearts per year, and there are a variety of shifts and positions available.
• Board certification
• ACLS, BCLS, and PALS
A comprehensive benefits package is available. Enjoy access to our national network of anesthesia support.
Nestled in the Mesilla Valley, Las Cruces is quickly emerging as a popular southwestern destination. This ideal location is known for its historic attractions, world-class food, and sunshine year round. Las Cruces provides opportunities for a vast amount of outdoor activities such as golfing on the finest New Mexico courses, hiking, biking trails, camping, horseback riding, and much more.
Have you ever seen 275 square miles of pure white gypsum dunes? White Sands National Monument, pure white dunes offer excellent recreation such as “white sand surf”, exploring the monument, taking a tour on the Sunset Stroll Nature Walk and Lake Lucero. Visit the Las Cruces “Walk of Flame” Green Chile Trail, featuring dozens of proprietors, each offering a unique twist the official state vegetable of New Mexico – the green chile. Enjoy a meal at one of the local restaurants and experience a traditional green chile Mexican dish. The Mesilla Valley Wine Trail features several wineries and wine-tasting establishments, including La Viña, the oldest “modern” winery in New Mexico, the St. Clair Winery & Bistro, and Rio Grande Vineyards & Winery. Take a trip into space at Spaceport America where you can tour the first facility designed for space travel and commerce. Las Cruces will have you walking on sunshine following a path of discovery and thriving as an anesthesia professional.
*Negative background or malpractice history must be disclosed, no matter how seemingly insignificant.
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