Permanent Gastroenterology Job Kissimmee, FL
GI Needed for Established Private Group In Orlando
Come join a booming GI practice with offices in Orlando, Kissimmee, St. Cloud and Poinciana, Florida, devoted to excellence in medical treatment using state-of-the-art technology & procedures.
The group has a standard of excellence in personalized care enabling them to provide the quality treatment & services that patients deserve. They are true believers that excellence in medical treatment is derived from both education and experience, and strive to keep current on the latest techniques and standards.
Practice is looking for a hard-working and dedicated healthcare provider to service the Kissimmee medical community. The ideal candidate must be board certified or eligible in GI by American Boards. Candidates with skills in ERCP and EUS are preferred, but not required. Also, preferences on candidate bi-lingual in English and Spanish.
New recruit will work with partner to cover Kissimmee/St. Cloud and Poinciana office. There will be a partnership track after 2 years. Financial assistance provided by largest hospital organization in the country, HCA/Osceola Regional Medical Center.
Competitive salary, CME allowance and relocation support provided.
Osceola Regional Medical Center is a Joint Commission accredited 404-bed hospital that builds on a proud tradition of healthcare excellence in Osceola County, Florida. It is centrally located in Heart of Kissimmee only minutes from Orlando, St. Cloud, Celebration and Poinciana. ORMC is also a home base for IM, OBGYN, EM, Psych, Neuro and General Surgery residencies in partnership with University of Central Florida College of Medicine.
The Kissimmee area has pleasing family oriented residential communities with quick access to multiple theme parks and numerous cultural opportunities, along with easy commute from great neighborhoods like Lake Nona, Hunter's Creek, Celebration, etc. Both the Atlantic and Gulf of Mexico beaches are just a short drive away.
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