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Physician Recruitment

 

For more information contact:

Mary Ann Brown

Mary Ann Brown, CPA, MSIR
Physician Recruiter

St. Mary's Medical Center
Provider Relations Director
2900 First Avenue
Huntington, WV 25702

Phone: 304-526-1296
Fax: 304-399-7208
E-mail: maryann.brown@st-marys.org

Hospitalist Program Director

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Package:

  • Term: 3 years
  • Strong Base Salary, plus Bonus Opportunity
  • Starting bonus
  • Annual CME allowance
  • Comprehensive benefit package, including matching 403(b) retirement plan
  • Paid malpractice, including employer-paid tail coverage
  • Relocation allowance

Candidate:

  • Prior Medical Director experience required
  • IM or IM/Peds-trained
  • Board Certified
  • Receptive to clinical, as well as, administrative responsibilities
  • Demonstrated team-builder

Hospital Info:

  • 393- bed regional referral center, serving 10 -12 hospitals and a population of > 375,000
  • Financially stable, faith-based, 501(c)(3), state-of-the-art facility
  • ER: level 2 trauma center; 70,000+ visits per year
  • Centers of Excellence in Neuroscience, Cancer, Cardiac and Orthopedics
  • Knowledgeable and experienced nursing staff
  • Affiliated with the Joan C. Edwards School of Medicine at Marshall University

Program Info:

  • Well-established shift-based Program – NO CALL!
  • Block Schedule: 7 On/ 7 Off schedule
  • Procedures and critical care coverage optional
  • 20-physician model providing 24-hour coverage
  • Excellent sub-specialty support
  • Targeted daily encounters: 17 – 20
  • Advanced Practitioners
  • Dedicated case managers
  • Dedicated Program Medical Director and Program Manager

Community Info:

  • Resident population of approximately 50,000
  • Home to Marshall University
  • Family-friendly environment with lots of kid-focused activities
  • Moderate climate, with 4 distinct seasons
  • Safe community with good schools – public and private
  • Reasonable cost of living and stable housing market
  • Serviced by two regional airports – Huntington and Charleston
  • 2-hour drive from Lexington, Columbus or Cincinnati

Information:

Hospitalist

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Package:

  • Term: 3 years
  • Guaranteed salary, experience adjusted
  • Eligible for individual wRVU-based productivity bonus from beginning of employment
  • Generous group/individual performance bonus opportunity
  • Starting bonus/stipend offered
  • Annual CME allowance – meeting registration/travel, dues subscriptions, etc.
  • Certification prep allowance and achievement bonus
  • Comprehensive benefit package, including matching 403(b) retirement plan
  • Paid malpractice, including employer-paid tail coverage
  • Internal moonlighting available

Candidate:

  • IM or IM/Peds
  • BC/BE

Hospital Info:

  • 393- bed regional referral center, serving 10 -12 hospitals and a population of > 375,000
  • Financially stable, faith-based, 501(c)(3), state-of-the-art facility
  • ER: level 2 trauma center; 78,000+ visits per year
  • Centers of Excellence in Neuroscience, Cancer, Cardiac and Orthopedics
  • Knowledgeable and experienced nursing staff
  • Affiliated with the Joan C. Edwards School of Medicine at Marshall University

Program Info:

  • Well-established shift-based Program – NO CALL!
  • Block Schedule: 7 On/ 7 Off schedule
  • Procedures and critical care coverage optional
  • 20-physician model providing 24-hour coverage
  • Excellent sub-specialty support
  • Targeted daily encounters: 17 – 20
  • Advanced Practitioners
  • Dedicated case managers
  • Dedicated Program Medical Director and RN Program Manager

Community Info:

  • Resident population of approximately 50,000
  • Home to Marshall University
  • Family-friendly environment with lots of kid-focused activities
  • Moderate climate, with 4 distinct seasons
  • Safe community with good schools – public and private
  • Reasonable cost of living and stable housing market
  • Serviced by two regional airports – Huntington and Charleston
  • 2-hour drive from Lexington, Columbus or Cincinnati

Information:

  • Contact Mary Ann Brown @ 304-526-1296 or e-mail at mabrown@st-marys.org

Nocturnist

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Package:

  • Term: 3 years
  • Attractive Base Salary
  • Generous and ATTAINABLE group/individual performance bonus opportunity
  • Sign-on bonus/stipend offered
  • Annual CME allowance – meeting registration/travel, dues subscriptions, etc.
  • Certification prep allowance and achievement bonus
  • Comprehensive benefit package, including matching 403(b) retirement plan
  • Paid malpractice, including employer-paid tail coverage
  • Internal moonlighting available

Candidate:

  • IM or IM/Peds
  • BC/BE

Hospital Info:

  • 393- bed regional referral center, serving 10 -12 hospitals and a population of > 375,000
  • Financially stable, faith-based, 501(c)(3), state-of-the-art facility
  • ER: level 2 trauma center; 78,000+ visits per year
  • Centers of Excellence in Neuroscience, Cancer, Cardiac and Orthopedics
  • Knowledgeable and experienced nursing staff
  • Affiliated with the Joan C. Edwards School of Medicine at Marshall University

Program Info:

  • Well-established shift-based Program – NO CALL!
  • Block Schedule: 7 On/ 7 Off schedule
  • Procedures and critical care coverage optional
  • 20-physician model providing 24-hour coverage
  • Excellent sub-specialty support
  • Program Census ranges from 95 – 161 patients
  • Advanced Practitioners
  • Dedicated case managers
  • Dedicated Program Medical Director and RN Program Manager

Community Info:

  • Resident population of approximately 50,000
  • Home to Marshall University
  • Family-friendly environment with lots of kid-focused activities
  • Moderate climate, with 4 distinct seasons
  • Safe community with good schools – public and private
  • Reasonable cost of living and stable housing market
  • Serviced by two regional airports – Huntington and Charleston
  • 2-hour drive from Lexington, Columbus or Cincinnati

Information: Mary Ann Brown @ 304-526-1296 or e-mail at mabrown@st-marys.org

Neurologist

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Candidate:

  • BC/BE – American Board of Psychiatry & Neurology
  • Strong interest, if not fellowship training, in stroke required

Program-specific Info:

  • Disease-specific certification from JCAHO since 2004
  • American Stroke Association “Gold Plus” award winner
  • Call rotation – 1:5
  • Stroke call pay, in addition to base comp package
  • Robot call pay, with appropriate state licensure

Package:

  • Standard term: 5 years
  • Attractive salary – 2 year guaranteed base
  • Eligible for wRVU-based productivity bonus from beginning of employment
  • Advance payment options
  • PTO and CME days provided
  • $4,000 annual CME allowance – meeting registration/travel, dues subscriptions, etc.
  • Relocation assistance
  • Paid malpractice, including employer-paid “tail“
  • Standard health and welfare benefits, including matching 403(b) retirement plan

Hospital Info:

  • 393- bed regional referral center, serving a population > 375,000
  • Serving a population > 375,000
  • Financially stable, faith-based, 501(c)(3) organization
  • ER: level 2 trauma center; 70,000+ visits per year
  • Hospitalist program: 20-physician model providing 24-hour coverage
  • Centers of Excellence in Cardiac, Neuroscience, Cancer, and Orthopedics

Community Info:

  • Resident population of approximately 50,000
  • Home to Marshall University
  • Family-friendly environment with lots of kid-focused activities
  • Moderate climate, with 4 distinct seasons
  • Low crime rate and property taxes
  • Reasonable cost of living
  • Good schools – public and private
  • Serviced by two regional airports – Huntington and Charleston
  • 2-hour drive from Lexington, Columbus or Cincinnati
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Heart Failure Specialist

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Package:

  • Standard term: 5 years
  • Attractive salary
  • Negotiable advanced payments
  • PTO and CME days provided
  • Annual CME allowance – meeting registration/travel, dues subscriptions, etc.
  • Relocation assistance
  • Paid malpractice, including employer-paid tail should physician leave our practice
  • Standard health and welfare benefits, including matching 403(b) retirement plan

Candidate:

  • Fellowship-trained in cardiology and heart failure
  • Board Certified/Board Prepared

Hospital Info:

  • Regional Heart Institute
  • 393- bed regional referral center for 10 -12 hospitals, serving a population > 375,000
  • Financially stable, not-for-profit, 501(c)(3) organization
  • ER: level 2 trauma center; 70,000+ visits per year
  • Hospitalist program: 22-physician model providing 24-hour coverage
  • Affiliated with the Joan C. Edwards School of Medicine at Marshall University

Community Info:

  • Resident population of approximately 50,000
  • Home to Marshall University
  • Family-friendly environment with lots of kid-focused activities
  • Moderate climate – enjoy four distinct seasons
  • Safe community
  • Stable housing market with low property taxes
  • Reasonable cost of living
  • Good schools – public and private
  • Serviced by two regional airports – Huntington and Charleston
  • 2-hour drive from Lexington, Columbus or Cincinnati

Information:

  • Contact Mary Ann Brown @ 304-526-1296 or e-mail at mabrown@st-marys.org

Gynecologic Oncologist

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Candidate:

  • BC American Board of Obstetrics and Gynecology
  • BC/BE in subspecialty of Gynecologic Oncology
  • Experience in robotic surgery preferred

Package:

  • Standard term: 5 years
  • Attractive salary – guaranteed base years 1 and 2; goes to wRVU productivity basis in subsequent years
  • Eligible for wRVU-based productivity bonus from beginning of employment
  • Advance payment options negotiable
  • PTO and CME provided
  • $4,000 annual CME allowance – meeting registration/travel, dues subscriptions, etc.
  • Relocation assistance
  • Paid malpractice, including employer-paid tail should physician leave our practice
  • Standard health and welfare benefits, including matching 403(b)retirement plan

Hospital Info:

  • 393- bed regional referral center
  • Serving a population > 375,000
  • Financially stable, faith-based, 501(c)(3) organization
  • ER: level 2 trauma center; 70,000+ visits per year
  • Hospitalist Program: 20-physician model providing 24-hour coverage
  • Centers of Excellence in Cardiac, Neuroscience, Cancer and Orthopedics
  • Affiliated with the Joan C. Edwards School of Medicine at Marshall University
  • Research and teaching opportunities

Community Info:

  • Resident population of approximately 50,000
  • Home to Marshall University
  • Family-friendly environment with lots of kid-focused activities
  • Moderate climate, with 4 distinct seasons
  • Safe community
  • Reasonable cost of living
  • Good schools – public and private
  • Serviced by two regional airports – Huntington and Charleston
  • 2-hour drive from Lexington, Columbus or Cincinnati
  • Learn more

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