Need for Primary Care Physician in this growing community just 30 min. from Ft. Worth
Recruiting for a board certified or board eligible (if recently out of training) Internist physician to take over the practice of a physician who is leaving the community. There is a hospitalist program so physicians may choose to have an outpatient only practice. The hospital is also in the process of building a brand new medical office building in east Parker County which is experiencing explosive growth.
The hospital is prepared to offer a competitive, comprehensive recruitment package that may include:
Sign-on and/or Commencement Bonus
Relocation and CME expenses
Marketing and Practice Start-up assistance
Medical Education Loan Repayment assistance
Potential for a stipend for the remainder of training (if applicable)
Is a 99-licensed bed acute care hospital located in Texas. In addition to acute care medical service, the hospital offers comprehensive inpatient and outpatient surgery, a rehabilitation unit, intensive are unit, laboratory, CT Scan, MRI, home health, and a health care clinic with extended hours. Major renovation and construction projects over the past severl years have added a completely new surgical center with five new operating rooms and 20 patient care rooms including post-anesthesia care units, pre-op, and step-down rooms. In addition, a new admissions area aned front lobby centralized the registration process and expanded the waiting area. State-of-the-art equipment have created new services for the patients including more advanced cancer diagnosis and treatment capabilities and a host of new diagnostic tests in the areas of cardiology, surgery, and emergency medicine.
The overall primary service area for Center is focused on meeting the needs of Parker County Texas and the surrounding area. The communities are the source of most patients but frequently the hospital serves residents in the area from Aledo in the east to Mineral Wells to the west.
The primary service area in 2004 comprised approximately 89,000 residents and is anticipated to increase to 102,000 residents by 2009. The area is rapidly growing and anticipates considerable development as the Forth Worth Metroplex expands into eastern Parker County. The overall growth rate of the area, 14.5% is vastly faster than the growth anticipated for Texas as a whole (8.6%) and is considerably faster than the anticipate national rate of growth (4.8%). Local interviews agree with the anticipation of population increase.
Please only apply if you are a physician!
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