A Board Certified or Board Eligible Orthopaedic Surgeon is sought to join a well-known private Orthopaedic practice consisting of 7 active physicians. The practice's primary need is Total Joint but open to considering other candidates. The opportunity consists of a two-year employment agreement leading to opportunity for partnership at the beginning of third year.
Competitive signing bonus, base salary and production bonus is offered. The practice opportunity may also be supported by a hospital income guarantee agreement by affiliated Hospital & Clinic, Inc. ensuring the physician obtains fair market value compensation during the first two-years. Signing bonus and relocation expenses are available as well. For more information on the hospital, please visit
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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