Southern Alabama needs a General Orthopedic Surgeon
Seeking an Orthopedic Surgeon to join 15 others in a group private practice. Replace another who retired. Joints, Hips, Sports Medicine a plus. Currently 3 locations. Shared call coverage, currently 1:9. One year partnership track.
- Hospital financial assistance to include:
- Income guarantee
- Relocation Assistance
- Medical Education Debt Assistance
- Residency Stipend
- Salary Guarantee
- Commencement Bonus
This hospital has served the healthcare needs of the communityfor over 50 years. The facility is not only an important resource for the localcommunity, it also functions as a major referral center for the Tri-State area of south Alabama, southwest Georgia, and northwest Florida.
By combining responsible personnel, modern equipment and supplies, effective management, sophisticated support services, up-to-date professional education programs, and a staff of over 240 physicians, the hospital is able to assure its patients of quality health care.
Originally opened as a family-operated 12-bed clinic/hospital, ithas undergone several subsequent expansions, and in 1983, moved into its current facility. Through its growth, ithas remained committed to its mission of "treating our patients as if they are family." Today, itcontinues the tradition of maintaining a strong relationship with the community in which it serves.
The hospital is 235-bed regional medical referral center serving the 450,000 people living within a 50-mile, 16-county radius. The hospital has 235 acute-care beds, four Intensive Care Units (Medical, Surgical, Cardiac Care and Cardiovascular), and 38 Outpatient Surgery beds. The hospital offers a wide range of services, including Diagnostics, 24-hour Emergency Services, Medical Units, Behavioral Health, Physical Therapy/Sports Medicine, Women's Center, Inpatient/Outpatient Surgery including Gastric Bypass Surgery, ENT, Orthopedic, Gynecology and General Surgery, Special Procedures, Medical Units, Food & Nutrition Counseling and a Maternity Center.
Located a few short miles from the Florida and Georgia line, this is one of the region's most progressive cities. The community offers a mild winter climate, affordable housing, low property taxes, and a wide variety of products and services that includes healthcare, education, shopping and cultural entertainment.
Approximately one-fourth of the U.S. peanut crop is produced nearby, with much of it being processed in the city, it is sometimes referred to as "The Peanut Capital of the World" as well as it hosts the annual National Peanut Festival at the dedicated "Peanut Festival Fairgrounds"
Contact: Neal Fenster