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Urology jobs in West Virginia United States | 1 Total Physician Jobs

Full Time Urology Job WV

Full Time
South, WV
alarm 14 days ago
Posted by Med Career Center
Employer Med Career Center, Inc

Job Description

Hospital in Southern WV seeks a BC/BE Urologist with or without robotics training to join a hospital employed practice .

The Hospital is the only Level III trauma center in the region with over 45,000 ED visits annually. The ideal candidate will perform the full spectrum of urologic procedures and the hospital just upgraded to the Xi da Vinci Surgical System. There is an opportunity to do advanced procedures as well as bread and butter cases, and a candidate will grow a practice very quickly.

There is one other independent Urologist in the community and this is a replacement position. Unassigned call requirement is 10 days per month.

There is a competitive compensation package that could include:

sign-on bonus

loan repayment assistance

stipend while you complete training

comprehensive benefit package to include malpractice coverage and Tail.

Combining the best of small-town values with big city accessibility, the community is within easy commuting distance to Charleston, WV.

Practice Highlights:

Flexible block scheduling for surgery cases

7 ORs in hospital and 2 ORs/4 special procedure rooms in the MOB

Strong referral base with service area of over 250,000 people

Sub-Specialty support to include Vascular, Thoracic, and Orthopedic Surgery, ENT, and Infectious Disease

The community is largest town in southern West Virginia and easy access to Charleston!

The Hospital, southern West Virginias leading medical center, has served the community and surrounding counties since 1921. The hospital offers a full range of services including Trauma, OB, Advanced Imaging Services, Lithotripsy, Cardiac Catheterization, Oncology, Sports Medicine and Rehabilitation. Additionally, we offer the following surgical services: General, Orthopedic, Vascular, Spinal, Gyn, ENT and Podiatric.

Each year, the hospital admits 12,000 patients, delivers 1,650 babies and treats nearly 50,000 people in its Emergency Department.