Geriatric Psychiatric physician needed in Missouri
Searching for a Board Certified or Board Eligible Psychiatric physician to join an existing physician and assist in managing the facility's Senior Mental Health service. This is a busy, newly expanded 21 bed unit and the opportunity will be a mix of inpatient and outpatient work. Hospital will offer a competitive recruitment package which may include:
Sign-on or Commencement bonus
Student loan repayment
Marketing, CME, Relocation and more!
Is a 120-bed JCAHO accredited facility serving a population of 50,000 in north central Missouri. A full service, acute care hospital, MRMC operates a Level III Trauma Center with physicians on duty 24 hours a day. The medical center offers, in conjunction with its medical staff, inpatient and outpatient services in the areas of critical care; diagnostic imaging including CAT scan, MRI, nuclear medicine and ultrasound; inpatient and same-day surgery; physical therapy; maternal & child health; as well as skilled nursing care and round-the-clock laboratory services. Specialties represented on the medical staff include family and general practice, internal medicine, cardiology, pediatrics, general surgery, obstetrics and gynecology, radiology, urology and orthopaedics. The Professional Arts Building - a medical office space facility - is located adjacent.
With a population of approximately 13,000, the community is located in the heart of north central Missouri nearly midway between Kansas City and St. Louis. The town has a growing industrial base; Orscheln Brothers Company being the largest industry, employing more than 1,200 and surrounding communities. ORBCO is the inventor and manufacturer of over-the-center brake levers commonly found in many of today's automobiles. The community was founded as a railroad community and continues to be home to nearly 400 Norfolk Southern Railway employees. Interstate 70 is located just 36 miles south, as well as commuter flights connecting to most major airports.
One will also find a variety of denominations represented. The community actively supports nearly 30 churches, including a parochial grade school. Mid-Missouri residents enjoy the four seasons. Average summer temperatures are 78-80 degrees Fahrenheit, the winter averages about 40 degrees. Rothwall Park, the largest city-owned park in the state of Missouri, each year organizes recreational events for the young and young at heart including softball and baseball, volleyball, basketball, fishing and equestrian events. In addition to the many lakes and campgrounds in the area, the Country Club boasts a 9-hole golf course and private pool. The "Downtown Athletic Club" offers year-round indoor exercise facilities including state-of-the-art gym equipment and racquetball courts. The "Little Dixie Art and Concert Association" hosts a number of events each year , with performances and displays by noted orchestras and other artists such as the Kansas City Philharmonic, the Peking Acrobats, and Repertory theaters from around the country.
Just outside the city limits, one will find acres of rolling farmland and forests, as well as wild game reserves, and lakes and rivers suitable for boating, and fishing. And if one is looking for collegiate or professional sports, they are as close-by as Columbia, Kansas City or St. Louis. A consolidated school system of 4 elementary schools, one middle school, one junior high and one high school make up the public school system, serving approximately 2,600 students. A parochial school, kindergarten through eighth grade, is operated by the local Catholic church. The area Community College is a two-year liberal arts college and conducts programs in a variety of vocational and technical areas, as well. The University of Missouri is located just 36 miles south in Columbia, as well as several private four-year institutions. In addition, there are a number of pre-schools in town which offer classes five days per week.
Please only apply if you are a physician!
Equal Opportunity Employer