I am recruiting for a Boise, ID Multispecialty Group looking to add a Pediatrician to replace one who is leaving. You’ll be stepping into a readymade practice, with the Group having a total of 11 Ped’s overall. Come live and work in this wonderful Northwest city with one of the best Medical Groups in all of Idaho.
The Group has about 40 physicians, 11 FP, 5 IM and 11 Peds + Subspecialists (Ophthalmology, ENT, OBGYN, OCC/MED, PAIN MGT, PULMONOLOGY, RHEAUMATOLOGY, SLEEP MED).
It is a very well rounded Group of Primary Care and Specialty Physicians, offering a very competitive salary, RVU incentive bonus, $30k sign on bonus, up to $15k in moving expenses, and $45,000 in educational loan assistance (with documentation). You would be employed by the Group for 3 years, then have an opportunity to become a shareholder.
The Ped’s Group of 11 is divided into two individual Ped’s practices. One group of Ped’s for one office and hospital location, and one group of Ped’s for the other.
So there are two different call groups, each for their individual hospital. Call for this replacement position is 1 in 5, you would not attend C-sections, emergency deliveries or resuscitations, yet still provide in-patient care for your patients.
The Boise, ID area is a great place to live for those who enjoy the outdoors. The Boise metro area has an overall population of over 600,000. Boise is the third most populous metropolitan area in the United States' Pacific Northwest region, behind Seattle and Portland.
Mountains rise to the northeast, stretching from the far southeastern tip of the Boise city limits to nearby Eagle. These mountains are known to locals as the Boise foothills and are sometimes described as the foothills of the Rocky Mountains.
Boise is also a regional hub for jazz, theater, and indie music. The Gene Harris Jazz Festival is hosted in Boise each spring. Several theater groups operate in the city, including the Idaho Shakespeare Festival, Boise Little Theatre, Boise Contemporary Theater, and Prairie Dog Productions, among others.
A number of recreational opportunities are available in Boise, including extensive hiking and biking in the foothills to the immediate north of downtown. An extensive urban trail system called the Boise River Greenbelt runs along the river and through Pierce Park. The Boise River itself is a common destination for fishing, swimming and rafting.
The Bogus Basin ski area opened in 1942 and hosts multiple winter activities, primarily alpine skiing and snowboarding, but also cross-country skiing and snow tubing. "Bogus" is 16 mi (26 km) from the city limits (less than an hour drive from downtown) on a twisty paved road which climbs 3400 vertical feet (1036 m) through sagebrush and forest. Boise residents have access to ski resorts as close as 16 miles from the city. A longer drive takes you to the world-class resorts where the sport began, developed and matured.
Come live and work in a community that offers all of the best of the Pacific Northwest, with a cost of living well below those of other NW cities.
If you have interest, please reply to this email or give me a call at the number listed below.