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Pediatric Physician Needed for Premier Hospital Group in Northeastern Indiana!

Columbia City, Indiana
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Pediatric Physician Needed for Premier Hospital Employed Group in Northeastern Indiana!

Job Description

Seeking a Board Certified/Board Eligible Pediatrician for a hospital employed position joining another.  Great opportunity to join a collegial group.  Call pod sharing of 1:5!  Round on your newborns only!   Guaranteed salary, sign-on, and benefits!  Indiana is a physician friendly state!  

Hospital Description

Brand new hospital that opened in 2011 with state-of-the-art equipment, and on a 42 acre partially wooded lot.  The hospital provides 24 hour emergency care and a wide arrange of total services to the community.  This 30 bed non-for-profit hospital has private inpatient med/surg rooms, Constant Care Unit rooms and a Family Birthing Center.  They have 3 large surgical suites with state-of-the-art surgical equipment.  2 private trauma rooms and 8 emergency exam rooms are also available.  They house a critical care until eICU network!

Community Description

The community in Indiana is a great place to live and work. This smaller community of 8800+ is just 15 miles from a large metro area in Northeastern Indiana!  This smaller family friendly community boasts a lot to see and do!  Enjoy beautiful golf, museums, and nearby shopping and fine dining.

Please only apply if you are a physician!
If Board Eligible you must be Board Certified within 5 years of being Board Eligible.  Visa's cannot be supported at this location.

Equal Opportunity Employer

Come see why more physicians and healthcare providers consult with ProMedical Staffing about their career needs. Come find the right fit for your career! All inquiries are kept confidential. All CV´s are kept confidential. Other opportunities nationwide available.
Nahry Minars
ProMedical Staffing LLC
CEO/Recruiting Manager

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