I am assisting a 282 bed nonprofit hospital located in NW Georgia that is looking to add some primary care physicians to a clinic located in a small town about 20 miles south of the hospital. The community is about 16,000 in population. You would be working in a new primary care clinic.
Due to it being an underserved area, they can assist with H1b and J1’s visa candidates. They will also be able to help with school loan assistance of up to $100,000, paid out over 3 yrs. They will offer a competitive salary, benefits, and a $50,000 sign on bonus.
If you are in training, they offer monthly stipend assistance of $1200 per month in the last 1 or 2 years of training. This is a great opportunity if you need visa assistance, school loan help, or stipend assistance your last two years of training to help you financially get by. All of the above can assist you in the next phase of your career. Whether taking care of visa issues, school loans, or money to tide you over while in training, this community healthcare system will be there as your foundation to help you build a rewarding career in the field of primary care medicine.