The North Carolina College of Emergency Physicians (NCCEP) is a chartered chapter of the American College of Emergency Physicians. NCCEP is a diverse group of practicing emergency physicians, including academicians, private practice physicians, large groups, small groups, individual physicians, board certified, board eligible, rural, urban, residents, and medical students. The College works to advocate for Emergency Physicians and our patients.
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ACEP18 Council Update

Jennifer Casaletto, MD, FACEP
Board of Directors and Councillor, North Carolina College of Emergency Physicians

Political satirist Paul Paulsen once proclaimed, “Assuming either the Left Wing or the Right Wing gained control of the country, it would probably fly around in circles.”  While we might be very close to verifying the veracity of Paulsen’s prediction on a federal level, you’ll be happy to know that our 51%-49% Red-Blue divided ACEP Council came together to accept 32 and defeat 5 resolutions during its annual two-day meeting.  Three resolutions were referred to the ACEP Board of Directors for further consideration addressing: generic injectable drug shortages, development of ACEP policy regarding immigration, and revision of ACEP policy regarding the qualifications of expert witnesses.

For those members unfamiliar with the Council, it is a deliberative body of ACEP members representing the 53 chartered ACEP chapters (50 states, District of Columbia, Government Services, and Puerto Rico), the Sections of Membership (Young Physicians, EMS, etc.), Emergency Medicine Residents Association (EMRA), Council of Residency Directors (CORD), Association of Academic Chairs of Emergency Medicine (AACEM), and Society for Academic Emergency Medicine (SAEM). The Council debates and votes on resolutions submitted by no less than two members or component bodies. Ultimately, the actions of the Council are considered and ratified by the ACEP Board of Directors (BOD). In addition, the Council elects the members of the Board of directors and the ACEP President-Elect.

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Board Certified/Board Eligible Emergency Medicine physicians to staff the Emergency Department at Southeastern Health located in Lumberton, North Carolina

Job Details

Envision Physician Services is seeking Board Certified/Board Eligible Emergency Medicine physicians to staff the Emergency Department at Southeastern Health located in Lumberton, North Carolina.

Facility Information

Southeastern Regional Medical Center is a 337-bed community hospital located in Lumberton, NC. Southeastern Regional Medical Center is ranked 2nd in NC for cardiology services, according to HealthGrades and received the 2011 HealthGrades Outstanding Patient Experience Award.

This facility is affiliated with Duke University Medical Center, East Carolina University, University of North Carolina, and Wake Forest University School of Medicine. It features one of the newest DO Emergency Medicine Residency Programs in the country, accreditation through Campbell University.­

Southeastern Regional Medical Center’s ED sees 67,000 visits annually and has 60-ED beds.

·         Clinical Decision Unit

·         Full practice support with advanced practice providers, medical scribes and EMR

·         Academic appointments are available for the DO Residency program

·         Advanced Practice Provider­Programs rotate through the ED

Community Information

Lumberton, NC is known for its small-town charm and Southern hospitality. Coupled with its natural beauty, rich quality of life and mild climate, it’s no wonder Lumberton was named two-time “All-American City.” Located on the Lumber River, this area is perfect for canoeing, fishing, hunting, camping, picnicking, biking, jogging, swimming and more.

·         Close to challenging golf courses, including Pinehurst

·         1 hour from Wilmington, 1.5 hours from Raleigh, and within 2 hours of the Carolina beaches

·         Home to over 420 archaeological sites

·         Midway between New York and Florida on I-95

Benefits Include:

*Base Rate + RVU Incentives

*Health, Disability, Life, Dental, and Vision Insurance

*CME/Business Expense Allowance

*Malpractice Coverage

*401k & Elective Deferral Plan


Barbara Lay
Physician Recruiter
727.507.3608 or