A well-established five-physician practice is seeking to add two full time ENT's to the group. The clinic includes an accredited in-office CT scanner, nasal endoscopy, TNE, balloon sinuplasty, fiber optic laryngoscopy, audiology, hearing aids, allergy and a satellite facial plastics location. The group utilizes an electronic medical records system and offers a full range of medical and surgical services to all age groups including pediatrics and is supported by an excellent staff including an NP.
Physicians have access to two separate surgery centers within the city as well as the associated hospital. Candidates with interests in Laryngology, Otology, Head & Neck Surgery, Facial Plastics and General ENT will be considered. We offer a high first year salary guaranteed with full benefits and partnership track for the right individual. Group serves two hospitals in River Region area. Call responsibilities consist of 1:7.
The physician practice is affiliated with an established Hospital & Clinic, a 344 bed tertiary hospital providing a wide continuum of inpatient services with a fully developed ambulatory service line on campus. Hospital is a Joint Commission accredited Stroke Center.
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