Richmond Emergency Physicians, Inc. is seeking qualified BE/BC Emergency Medicine and BE/BE Pediatric Emergency Medicine physicians to join a thriving Democratic physician-owned Emergency Medicine group. REPI offers extremely competitive compensation and a partnership track with no buy in. Part time utility physician positions are also offered. REPI offers an extensive benefits package with malpractice insurance and tail coverage provided.

Located in central Virginia approximately 100 miles South of Washington, D.C., Richmond enjoys a perfect mix of seasonable weather. The city and surrounding counties offer a mix of rich history and contemporary urban living with world-class museums, music venues, restaurants and craft beer, as well as excellent school systems. Richmond was voted as Outside Magazine’s “Best River Town” in 2012. It is the only urban setting with class IV whitewater rapids within city limits in the US. Premier urban mountain biking and trail running are located within city limits. Richmond was the home of the 2015 Cycling Road World Championships. The city’s central location also allows access to either mountains or beaches within a short ninety-minute drive.


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Richmond Emergency Physicians, Inc. has 7 board-certified PEM Physicians and is recruiting to expand this high-quality provider team.  We pride ourselves on being the only ED in the region to offer 24/7 BC/BE Pediatric Emergency Medicine physician coverage.  Our practice has more PEM physicians than all other facilities in the region combined. 

Bon Secours Virginia Health System includes a full spectrum of pediatric sub specialists including neurology, GI, pulmonary, surgery, orthopedics, urology, cardiology, rheumatology, ID, endocrinology, and dental.  St. Mary’s Hospital serves as the pediatric critical care hub.  St. Francis Medical Center is a suburban community hospital in which REPI providers take care of patients of all ages. 

St. Mary’s Pediatric Emergency room is newly renovated, dedicated, state-of-the-art pediatric ED with 14 rooms.  The location has 21,000 patients annually with projected growth, 24/7 hospitalists and Intensivists with 34 floor beds and 12 PICU beds.  There is a dedicated and active pediatric critical care transport team.  The department is family-centered with dedicated Child Life Specialist and education focused through our UVA EM resident rotation.


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Richmond Emergency Physicians Inc is a strong, stable, growing, democratic group consisting of physicians who have enjoyed a long term relationship (15+ years) with Bon Secours.  We believe in fair and flexible schedule with equally shared holidays.  Our salaries are competitive with attractive benefit package for full-time employment including select holiday pay differential, health and dental plans, 401K plan and profit sharing plan, and medical.  Malpractice insurance paid for employees, including tail.

Richmond, VA is located in Central Virginia approximately 100 miles south of Washington, D.C. Opportunities for urban or suburban living abound. Richmond and surrounding counties offer excellent school systems in a beautiful city with a rich history and located within 2 hours of mountains or beach with a perfect mix of seasonable weather.

Full-time or part-time contract structures are available.  Applicants must be a graduate of an accredited Nurse Practitioner program or Physician Assistant program and hold a current Certificate and State of Virginia license, current DEA, and BLS or ACLS certification. Minimum one year experience needed.


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The duty of the ED Scribe is to perform the recording of all details of a patient’s visit, as dictated by the Emergency Department physician. ED Scribes will have the responsibility of accompanying the Emergency Physician on the patient examination in order to manage proper documentation of the visit. In doing so, this allows the doctor to spend more time with the patient.

A scribe has many responsibilities and requirements. To name a few, scribes are expected to be able to multi-task, legible handwriting and fast typist, and possess a passion for the medical field. Many of our scribes are college-age students who are interested in becoming doctors, physician assistants, or nurses. Being a scribe allows for the opportunity to learn things that cannot be taught in the classroom, and to provide medical work experience that no other volunteer position or internship can offer. To view in detail what the responsibilities of the scribe are, click on the PDF link below.

In order to keep up in the fast-paced environment of the Emergency Department, the scribe must be knowledgeable of medical terminology and the functionality of the ER. To facilitate this process, REPI has established an orientation and training program that has already proven to be a great success at the St. Mary’s Hospital Emergency Department.


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After reviewing the application, REPI may contact the applicant and set-up an interview. The applicant will interview in-person with a panel of REPI administrators.

If accepted, the scribe will begin the orientation process. This consists of a three day on board, lasting three hours per day. On day one, medical terminology will be reviewed along with hospital and REPI’s company documentation and protocols. Day two is a computer training course for EPIC/Connect Care the Bon Secours EMR system.  And day three is an extensive orientation of the ED set up, staffing, and general workflow.  Once a scribe has completed this phase of training, only then will they proceed into the Emergency Department and begin their paid training.

For the ER clinical training, the new scribe will be paired with an experienced scribe. This allows for the experienced scribe to overlook the progression of the new scribe and to also impart any knowledge that only experience can teach. The cumulative duration of the training will be 40 hours.

Once hired, REPI scribes will have a 90 day probation period where they will be watched closely by a Lead Scribe and/or REPI representative to ensure the ability of the scribe to work alone with the doctor and thrive in the fast-paced environment of the ER.


Thank you very much for your interest in Richmond Emergency Physicians, Inc. Please note that due to the current circumstances and constraints caused by COVID-19, all hiring efforts have been paused. 

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