View all jobs

ENT physician needed in New Mexico

Hobbs, New Mexico
ENT physician needed in New Mexico

Job Description

Take over and grow an existing practice in New Mexico.  This practice enjoys referrals from a busy medical community that welcomes and supports new physicians.

  • Existing general ENT case load has a mix of adults and pediatrics.
  • Some facial plastics cases available (less than 20% of mix).
  • Furnished and staffed office on hospital campus with 8 exam rooms, 1 procedure room and 1 audiometry room.
  • Block time available with trained OR Staff  and MD anesthesia
  • Established hospitalist program
  • Physician with Board certification or board eligibility with certification in process is required.

Compensation – commensurate with experience
  • Excellent benefits package
  • Commencement bonus
  • Assistance with Medical education debt
  • CME expenses
  • Relocation assistance

Hospital Description

The 250-bed facility serves Southeastern New Mexico and the West Texas Region.  The hospital is accredited by the Joint Commission and provides services including Inpatient and Outpatient Surgery, Labor & Delivery, Pediatrics, Physical Therapy, Imaging Services including CT Scan, MRI, Nuclear Medicine, Bone Densitometry and Ultrasound, Sports Medicine, Emergency Services, Women's Services, Rehabilitation Services, Mental Health Unit (Adult), Occupational Medicine and Gastroenterology  

Community Description

Daily direct flights to Houston TX.  World class site for hang gliders and sail planes.  Today the county's agricultural heritage continues to have underlying influences on the county's development with an active dairy industry as well as farming and ranching.The oil and gas industries still have a strong effect on the local economy, and in addition, there is a growing manufacturing sector.

Please only apply if you are a physician!
Equal Opportunity Employer
Nahry Minars
ProMedical Staffing LLC
CEO/Recruiting Manager

Please contact me with any questions:


Office: 240-207-3659

To set up time to talk:
Powered by