To Apply

Thank you for your interest in Anesthesiologist opportunities at Northern Colorado Anesthesia Professionals. We welcome applications from current Residents/Fellows and experienced Anesthesiologists.  In addition to completing this application, please note that we require the following documentation to be submitted before moving forward with your application:

  • For experienced Anesthesiologists, please attach your CV and the completed Physician Questionnaire. We will request references later in the recruitment process.
  • For Residents/Fellows, please attach the completed Physician Questionnaire, your CV and letters of reference from any three (3) of the following: a surgeon, your residency program director, an instructor, or an anesthesiologist.

About NCAP

Established in 1997, Northern Colorado Anesthesia Professionals (NCAP) is an independent, single-specialty anesthesia group practice serving world-class hospitals and surgery centers in beautiful Northern Colorado.  NCAP utilizes a care team model, with physicians supervising multiple CRNAs in many of the facilities we serve.  We have 100+ providers (50% Anesthesiologists, 50% CRNAs) and work closely with facility administration, surgeons and surgery staff.  A care team model is utilized in most facilities, and an NCAP supervising anesthesiologist oversees up to four CRNAs concurrently.  While supervising, the physician is immediately available to assist with any anesthesia-related needs.

Service Locations

NCAP provides anesthetizing services at 12 hospital and surgery center locations in two geographic locations – North and South.  Our North pod covers the Fort Collins-Loveland-Greeley area and includes Poudre Valley Hospital and Medical Center of the Rockies.  A new hospital in Greeley will open in May 2019.  Our South pod covers the Longmont-Lafayette-Louisville area and includes Good Samaritan Medical Center and Longs Peak Hospital.  Providers are scheduled to work within their assigned pod.  New providers will orient at one of our North pod hospitals before being assigned to other facilities.  Door-to-OR call response time is 30 minutes.

Case Mix

The primary case mix is dependent on the assigned geographic pod and can be facility specific. For the North Pod, the primary case mix may include general surgery, Level II trauma, obstetrics, orthopedics and spine, neuro, GI, eyes, EP lab, and arterial catheter placements. Some outpatient settings might be high-volume, fast-turnover ambulatory surgery cases.  There are limited pediatrics and thoracic/labor epidurals.

For the South Pod, the primary case mix may include general surgery, Level II trauma, occasional thoracic and vascular, orthopedics, obstetrics, neuro and spine to include deep brain stimulation, GI, ENT, EP lab, and arterial catheter placements. There are limited pediatrics and thoracic/labor epidurals.

Compensation

NCAP uses a straight production compensation model based on case points and call (average 8-10 call shifts/month including one weekend).  Providers earn points for solo cases, supervised cases, call, and non-clinical administrative duties.  Time off is unpaid and providers average seven weeks of time off annually.  Providers have the opportunity to advance to member status.

Benefits

In addition to a competitive compensation program, NCAP provides a comprehensive benefit package including a medical plan with a health savings account, dental, vision, life insurance, LTD, an exceptional 401k retirement plan with a generous employer contribution, professional liability insurance, and CME reimbursement.

Qualifications

  • Current, unrestricted Colorado State license as a physician and must meet any applicable Colorado State regulatory requirements for a licensed anesthesiologist.
  • A graduate of a Medical School and Residency program accredited by the American Society of Anesthesiologists or its predecessor.
  • Current BLS, ACLS and PALS.
  • Provider must be credentialed at all locations where s/he provides anesthesia.

NCAP is an equal employment opportunity employer and will consider applicants without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, disability, veteran or other protected status.