The group seeks to expand its Internal Medicine Department by adding two internists ? either traditional or outpatient only ? at its modern 150,000 sq. ft. main clinic building in central, IL. The right physician will enjoy providing high quality care to patients and look forward to the challenge of building a busy practice in a competitive environment. Sub-specialty support is available in virtually every field, and the affiliated hospital, connected to the out-patient office building, offers a full array of diagnostic and treatment capabilities. Board Certification is an expectation of all of our physicians. Base salary meets or exceeds the MGMA median, and all physicians are eligible for a productivity incentive bonus plan based on work production as measured by WRVU?s.
- Direct from Training: $245,000 ? $260,000/year plus productivity incentive
- bonus plan. Forgivable loan for educational debt considered.
- With Practice Experience: $260,000 ? $275,000/year plus productivity incentive bonus plan
- Sign-on Bonus and Relocation Assistance included
Health, life, vision, dental, disability, and AD & D insurance, malpractice coverage with tail, 403(b) pension plan plus 457(b) tax-deferral option, employee child care center, six weeks annual paid time off plus one week of CME time, $5,000 professional expense allowance, and more.
Our Physician Services is a 750+, multi-specialty provider group affiliated with the not-for-profit Health System, the largest medical provider serving a largely rural 350,000 population region composed of West Central Illinois, Northeast Missouri, and Southeast Iowa. The Hospital is a 300 plus bed regional referral central Illinois, (population 50,000) and Illini Community Hospital, a 25-bed critical access facility in Pittsfield, Illinois, (population 4,200).
In 2011, their Hospital was named one of the ?100 Best Places to Work in Health Care? by Modern Healthcare magazine, in 2012 was named a ?Top Rural Hospital? by the Leapfrog Group, and is ranked among the U.S.?s top 8% ?Most Wired? hospitals for its computer technology development. The Blessing System holds ?A? bond ratings from Moody?s as well as Standard and Poors.
The city is located on limestone bluffs overlooking the Mississippi River, and is renowned for its natural beauty, preservation of its exceptional stock of Victorian Era homes, and its highly developed programs in the arts. It has been cited as one of the 50 top small arts communities in the U.S., and one of the top 100 small cities in which to live. In 2010, Forbes Magazine listed Quincy as the #8 Best Small City in the U.S. to Raise a Family. Crime and unemployment are unusually low while recreational facilities and lifestyle amenities are unusually high. The community also offers excellent public and parochial schools, a 2-year public community college, a 4-year private university, two vocational colleges, fine dining, and abundant recreational facilities. It is located two hours from St. Louis, three and a half hours from Kansas City, and four hours from Chicago. Quincy?s Baldwin Field offers six commuter flights daily to St. Louis, and Amtrak provides two round trip passenger trains daily to Chicago.
Contact: Neal Fenster