Internal Medicine Physician: Employment in Growing Community Near Vibrant SAN ANTONIO
We seek an energetic, personable, Board Certified/Board Eligible physician PCP interested in being part of a "Home Town" community with easy access to all the flavor and excitement of San Antonio.
Employment with full benefits and productivity incentives
After-hours clinic call not required
Hospital call only required 7 days per month
Office space available now in MOB attached to hospital
We offer a very competitive recruitment package that may include:
Guaranteed initial Base Salary plus full employment benefits
Sign-on and/or Commencement bonuses
Relocation and CME expenses
Medical Education Stipend
Medical Education Loan Repayment Assistance
Tail Coverage Purchase Assistance
Is a 67-bed, full service community hospital, is located 35 south of San Antonio. An attractive, patient-centered facility with an attached medical office building, opened in 2001 and underwent more than $6 million worth of enhancements in 2006. With more than 300 trained professionals and a skilled medical staff, the hospital serves as the only provider of comprehensive inpatient and outpatient healthcare services. The hospital offers a 24-hour, Level IV Trauma emergency department, home health agency, intensive care unit, maternal and newborn center, medical/surgical unit, cardiac catheterization lab, sleep disorder center, Senior Circle and Healthy Woman program. Clinical services include a Heart and Lung Center, diagnostic imaging (with PACS), laboratory, rehabilitation, sleep center, surgery, wound care and hyperbarics. STRMC is accredited by the Joint Commission on Accreditation of Healthcare Organizations (JCAHO) and is certified by the American Heart Association as a “Get With The Guidelines” hospital.
The community is home to almost 14,000. While only 35 minutes from historic San Antonio, residents enjoy the friendly atmosphere and slower pace of a small town, with gently rolling hills, large live oak and mesquite trees, cattle ranches, and farms that have been in local families for generations. Known as the "Birthplace of the Cowboy," this is a land with a rich heritage in cattle ranching, farming, hunting, and small business ventures. The community enjoys a low cost of living and a crime rate well below the national average. The community is home to three properties on the National Register of Historical Places and 17 official state historical markers. During the spring, fall, and winter seasons, the weather is mild, with temperatures ranging from 30 to 90 degrees.
The community has an 18-hole golf course lined with large live oak trees, a four-screen movie theater, and weekend steer ropings. Hunting abounds, and there are city parks and pavilions with sports facilities, swimming pools, and a multitude of churches and restaurants. The area is also home to many active civic groups. The community is only one hour to shopping in the beautiful hill country and two hours to the Gulf of Mexico beaches. The nearby Longhorn Museum, is rich with local history, cowboy heritage, a safari, and local hunting trophy mounts. The area also features a theater performance group, and annual art shows. The area boasts several annual festivals and fairs.
Please only apply if you are a physician!
Equal Opportunity Employer