MetroHealth is continually seeking vibrant, academically focused clinicians who enjoy providing an exceptional level of care with an unwavering commitment to the community.
We have openings for both physicians and advanced practice providers below.
Founded in 1837, MetroHealth has served its community longer than any other Cleveland healthcare organization. A dynamic, integrated health system, MetroHealth is deeply committed to education and all active physicians are faculty of Case Western Reserve University School of Medicine.
MetroHealth is ranked nationally by peers in maternal-fetal medicine, cardiology, trauma surgery, emergency medicine, burn care, critical care, stroke care, neurosurgery and primary care.
A national leader in the adoption and meaningful use of an electronic health record, MetroHealth implemented the EPIC electronic medical record in 1999 and has implemented it as an enterprise-wide system. Through EPIC’s CareEverywhere, MetroHealth is seamlessly connected to other major health systems.
On the verge of a health-campus transformation, MetroHealth is rapidly growing not only on its main campus, but also in the community with more than 20 ambulatory health centers located throughout Cuyahoga County.
MetroHealth is accepting CVs for these areas:
- Anesthesiology - Pediatric Anesthesiology - Pain Management
- Cardiology - Heart Failure Cardiologist
- Dermatology - MOHS Surgeon
- Emergency Medicine
- ENT - Otologist
- Express Care
- Family Medicine
- Hospital Medicine
- Internal Medicine
- Orthopedics (Hand Surgeon)
- Pediatrics (Hospitalist)
- Psychiatry - Child Psychiatrist
- Vascular Surgery
- Women’s Health (OB/Gyn and Uro/Gyn)
- ED Ultrasound Fellow
Advanced Practice Providers
Our Advanced Practice Providers (APP) are a team of highly-skilled professionals that positively impact the daily lives of their patients. Working in a variety of patient-care settings within our specialty areas, emergency departments and 20+ community locations, the MetroHealth APP career path includes hands-on patient care, ongoing education and skill-building opportunities as well as exposure to leading technology.
MetroHealth providers are paid competitive salaries based on MGMA data in a transparent practice plan. In addition to a base salary, MetroHealth providers are eligible for productivity, teaching and quality incentives.
Provider benefits include:
- Four weeks of paid vacation time
- 10 holidays per year
- 15 sick days per year
- Life insurance and accidental death and dismemberment up to a $300,000 maximum, paid by MetroHealth, plus optional supplemental life with investment options
- Comprehensive medical, prescription, dental and vision plans
- Long-term disability
- Flex spending accounts
- Supplemental 457 Deferred Compensation investment options
- Retirement Benefits
MetroHealth providers receive their retirement benefits through the Ohio Public Employees Retirement System(OPERS). This plan, in lieu of Social Security, offers three retirement plans to choose from with generous pre-tax contributions.