Orthopaedic Surgery physician needed in beautiful southern West Virginia
Private Single Specialty group of 2 seeking associate.
Call 1 in 3 practice
Group has privileges at three hospitals.
This setting would be a mix of office practice and hospital.
Reason for recruitment: practice growth
Ideal candidate would either be generalist or specialist in either Hand or Foot and Ankle.
Competitive financial package being offered (with support from hospital in the form of an income guarantee for 1st twelve months), comprehensive benefit package from group. Additionally, hospital will assist with CME, relocation expenses, Marketing, potential for signing/commencement bonuses, potential for medical education debt assistance, potential for residency/fellowship stipend.
Is a 25-bed acute care facility serving the local and tourist population of the New River Gorge area, located 50 miles outside Charleston, the state capital. Offers 24-hour emergency care, intensive care and critical care units, CT, Nuclear Medicine, women's services, physical therapy, and orthopedics to the Fayette County community of 47,000.
The community is located seven miles south of the New River Gorge Bridge, the highest bridge East of the Mississippi. On the third Saturday in October, people from all over converge on the area for "Bridge Day", West Virginia's largest one-day festival. A rugged, white water river flowing northward through deep canyons, the New River is among the oldest rivers on the continent. New River Gorge National River was established in 1978 to conserve and protect 53 miles of the New River as a free-flowing waterway. More than one million tourists a year visit the park, which encompasses over 70,000 acres of land along the river. More than 33 full-service whitewater rafting outfitters lead beginners and experts on exciting rafting trips down this mighty river boasting Class I, II, III, IV, V, VI rapids. The whitewater rafting season on New River spans May through September. Focus shifts to the Gauley River in October.
For those interested in staying dry, the community and the surrounding area also offers other outdoor activities, including hiking, climbing, fishing, bicycling, skiing and more. Whatever your outdoor interest, the area's seasonal climate and enticing scenery has something to offer you.
In addition to natural attractions, the surrounding area is rich in cultural and natural history, with an abundance of scenic and recreational opportunities. Only ten minutes outside of town, is Tamarack, the nation's first and only collection of West Virginia handmade crafts, arts, and cuisine, which showcases "The Best of West Virginia." A one-of-a-kind shopping and cultural experience, Tamarack features 59,000 square feet of retail area with the work of more than 2,000 juried West Virginia artists. From hand-carved furniture to glass, from pottery to Appalachian quilts, Tamarack offers only the best native art. You will also find a delectable array of regional specialty foods and products, as well as theatre, live performances, and craft demonstrations.
Please only apply if you are a physician!
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