Mission: Our Clinical Mission:
To provide quality, compassionate, cost-efficient medical care that is delivered in a timely, patient care oriented environment by a clinical staff who is dedicated to enhancing patient satisfaction and minimizing waiting ...
Top CEOs: 2017 (#11)
We are currently looking for a Payroll Accountant and a Senior Accountant for our Germantown offices!
Come visit us at ACEP 16 in VEGAS! Booth: S1931 Our recruitment team would love to meet you and discuss opportunities at EMA.
At EMA, we take pride in our over 45-year history of innovation and successful partnership with some of the most renowned and highly regarded hospital systems in the nation. Over the years, we’ve been able to channel our successes into other specialties beyond our foundation in emergency medicine. With over 850,000 patients treated annually, we remain the largest provider of Emergency Medicine in the region.
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Schools: Home to some of the greatest schools and universities in the country, the D.C. metro area is a great place to study and raise a family. The region is home to 15 of the nation’s top 250 public high schools, including seven in the top 100, according to the latest survey conducted by U.S. News & World Report. The area also features five of the nation’s top 50 private high schools according to a recent survey by thebestschools.org.
Restaurants: With an ever growing scene of big-name chefs and budding restaurateurs, the D.C. metro foodie scene is top notch. Recently named the nation’s 10th best foodie city in America by Livability.com, the area has evolved past mid-day business lunches to a diverse, dynamic array of international cuisines.
Sports: Whether it is taking in a Redskins game at FedExField or watching Tiger Woods tee it up at Congressional Country Club, the D.C. Metro area hosts high caliber sporting events year-round. With professional football, basketball, baseball, hockey and soccer teams, plus NCAA standouts like the University of Maryland and Georgetown, the area presents ample opportunity to catch a game.
Outdoors: Interested in land or sea adventures? The D.C. metro area has it. Kayaking, Paddleboarding and boating tours are just a few activities available on the famed Potomac River, Chesapeake Bay and other neighboring waterways. The district’s beloved Rock Creek Park features more than 32 miles of trails for hiking, biking or horseback riding. Outside of the city, several mountain ranges offer a plethora of fun activities close to home including hiking, skiing, mountain biking and white-water rafting excursions.
Museums: Being in the nation’s capital has its perks. Home to not only the most famous house in the nation, the D.C. metro area offers incredible historical sites and monuments. Seventeen of the Smithsonian Institution’s free museums give visitors a peek at some of the most famous pieces in history, while the National Mall puts you on the doorstep of the nation’s history.
Economy: With a gross product of $425 billion, Washington, D.C., is the fourth largest metropolitan economy in the nation. Surrounding counties in Maryland and Virginia are home to a number of Fortune 100 companies, contributing to some of the highest median income areas nationally. Insulated by a great deal of government and professional industries, the D.C. metro area has been growing steadily even while other national markets have tapered.
Entertainment: Concerts? Operas? Plays? With a large number of entertainment-focused venues, the D.C. metro area attracts a great deal of entertainment talent nightly. The district’s John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts hosts about 3,000 events each year, including performances by the National Symphony Orchestra, the Washington National Opera, and the Washington Ballet. Venues like the Verizon Center and other theatres and clubs host musicians from every genre from classic rock to country to electronic dance music. Recent performers to the area include Beyoncé, Lady Gaga, Elton John and Michael Bublé.
Living: No matter your preference, the D.C. metro area has the neighborhood for you. Like being part of the hustle and bustle of the city? Check out Capitol Hill, the U Street corridor or Georgetown. If it’s suburbia you prefer consider beautiful neighborhoods like Potomac, Md., or Great Falls or Reston, Va.
The Leadership Academy
EMA is dedicated to cultivating its talent and enabling clinicians to grow and pursue their professional goals. The Leadership Academy is a program that helps new clinicians develop the skills they need to become future department directors and healthcare leaders. The program is led by industry-recognized physicians, who promote a comfortable and collegial learning environment for varying groups based on experience and background.
I have been working at Emergency Medicine Associates full-time
I work with a great group of doctors, and my boss is great.
Too much travel. Not a lot of work life balance.
I applied through an employee referral. The process took 1 day. I interviewed at Emergency Medicine Associates (Germantown, MD) in May 2016.
I was referred to EMA by a current employee (one of my friends) and my interview consisted of a 15-minute phone call. Rather than standard interview questions, we discussed my availability and wages.