Pain Medicine Physician needed in Nevada
Need a Board Certified or Board Eligible physician with plans to become Certified, MD or DO, Visas okay as long as at least Board Eligible. Currently procedures performed by Anesthetist’s are Epidural steroid injection, Sacro iliac joint injection, Facet nerve block, Medical branch block, Caudal epidural steroid injections, Other never blocks. Could do EMG/NCV, Radio Frequency Ablation preferred. In-Office: trigger point injections, minor joint injections, bursa injections, EMG (if equipment is purchased) OR procedures (if equipment is purchased): radio frequency ablation. Patient volume is 19 - 2011 Avg new patients/month, 115- 2011 Avg established patients/month, 5 - 2012(2 months) Avg new patients/month, 106 - 2012(2 months) Avg established patients /month. Can be hospital-based or solo private practice. Possible opportunity to join a spine program/practice, Call is 10 days per month. We have Fluoroscopy, 64 slice CT, MRI, EMG. Would provide other equipment as needed for a full service practice. Currently there are no other pain specialist or physiatry physicians on staff. We currently have an active pain program in place being staffed by locums physicians We are actively looking for a spine surgeon to start a program that should do about 200 surgeries per year. Income is Pain Management (non Anesesthia) MGMA Median =$326,000, 75th percentile = $423,615, Physiatrist MGMA Median = $241,182, 75th percentile = $350,103. Will provide Sign-on, relocation, student loan (if appropriate), marketing, practice management (depending on contract type) are all offered on a case-by-case basis. Income is not limited. Willing to consider allowing ancillary income as long as it does not interfere with the full-time status of the practitioner. The local medical community fully supports recruiting a full-time physician to provide comprehensive pain management services and a full-scope of physical medicine services. 20-25% Medicare, 10% Medicaid, 10% self-pay and 55 to 60% commercial. Commercial contracts are predominately percent of charges, as high as 95%. The area is a large mining community with significant number of back and other soft tissue injuries. The workforce is highly motivated to return to work following injury. Patients are currently being seen from communities as far as 3.5 hours away (Ely, NV). Communities being drawn from include: Ely, Tuscarora, Jackpot, Battle Mountain, Winnemucca, Eureka, Wendover, Wells, Cresecent Valley and Reno- all located in Nevada.
Is a 75 bed acute care facility serving residents in northern Nevada. Services include among others: Behavioral Health Center, Dietary Services, Emergency Room, Physical, Occupational and Speech Therapy, Radiology, Respiratory Therapy, Sleep Medicine Center, Surgery, Women & Newborn Services.
The City is the County Seat, and the second largest county in the state. The Township, which includes several neighboring communities, has a population of 34,000. The town borders Idaho on the north and Utah on the east and is 300 miles east of Reno, 240 miles west of Salt Lake City, and 250 miles south of Boise. The town covers 11.5 square miles with an elevation of 5,060 feet. The County's highest elevation point is the majestic Ruby Mountains at 11,000 feet.
The average family income in is $61,167, the fourth highest in the state of Nevada, where there is no state tax. It's economic base includes gold mining, cattle ranching, gaming, tourism, government jobs, and a large service industry. The Airport offers commercial, general and charter aviation flights. It also offers 8 shopping mini-malls, four casinos, seven grocery stores, 24 churches, 32 hotels/motels, 50 restaurants, two cinemas with nine theaters and two comprehensive libraries - the County Library and the Great Basin College Library, offering nearly 200,000 volumes.
The town originated as a railroad town in northeastern Nevada in 1868. The discovery of gold and ranching helped it to grow. Basque sheepherders from the Pyrenees Mountains in Spain began immigrating to the area in the 1890s to work cattle or sheep ranches and their influence is prominent today. Every summer the town celebrates the Basque culture by hosting the National Basque Festival. Home to many working cowboys, the town also hosts the world-famous annual Cowboy Poetry Gathering where cowboy poets from around the nation meet to exchange verses.
Although remains of turn-of-the-century mining camps are evident in and around the area, mining is still a big industry. Northeastern Nevada is the largest producer of gold in the United States - only one of the reasons why the town is known as the "Golden Opportunity Zone" of Nevada. The town continues to grow and prosper, while maintaining the small-town values and traditions that make it a fine place to raise a family.
Whether you're an outdoor or indoor person, the town offers something for everyone. Summer recreation includes horseback riding, golfing, fishing, mountain biking, motor-cross racing, basketball, football, baseball, Little League, rock climbing, water skiing, boating, wildlife watching and photography, picnicking, back-packing, cattle drives and city slicker tours, camping and hunting. Winter recreation and fun is just 6 miles north of town at the "Sno-Bowl" ski area. Local residents enjoy downhill and cross-country skiing, sledding, tubing, building snowmen and of course, snow-ball-fights. We also offer snow-mobiling and helicopter and snowcat skiing.
For a different type of entertainment, there are three main casinos in the town with gaming tables and nightly shows. For the sports enthusiast, it has two 18-hole golf courses, an athletic club, tennis courts, a municipal swimming pool and over 120 acres of parks.
The town is home to a community orchestra, convention center, a theatrical group, the award winning Northeastern Nevada Museum, County Fair, Classic Car Shows, craft fairs and community barbecues.
Please only apply if you are a physician!
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