OB/GYN Job In Hancock, Michigan
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Join a highly regarded, established practice in a safe, beautiful underserved area. This growing practice is looking to add a fourth Physician. This hospital has 36 beds with over 400 deliveries a year. The call is 1:4 with a Level 1 nursery. This position offers salary and wRVU incentives, a strong compensation package, CME and relocation reimbursement.
Highly noted for its historic homes and perhaps the best antique shopping in the state, Georgetown is also known as one of the state’s fastest growing cities. Located at the crossroads of I-75 and I-64, it is ideally located just 10 miles north of Lexington, the Horse Capital of the World. Two larger cities, Louisville and Cincinnati, provide quick access to arts, entertainment, shopping and professional sports. Georgetown was founded by the Baptist minister Elijah Craig in 1790, best known for his world-famous invention, bourbon whiskey. Today, Georgetown is proud to be the American hometown of Toyota’s Camry, Venza and Avalon production facility as well as host for the Cincinnati Bengals’ training camp, which is held each August at Georgetown College, a four-year liberal arts school. Additionally, the University of Kentucky, Transylvania University and Midway College are all located in the surrounding area.
Georgetown is located in the heart of Kentucky’s famed Bluegrass Region. This is horse country, and the area’s back roads offer beautiful scenery with horse farms, cattle fields and Irish fieldstone fences. Steeped in tradition and just 10 miles down the road in nearby Lexington, Keeneland Race Course attracts people from around the world for their yearly meets in April and October. At the Kentucky Horse Park, visitors can watch a harness maker at work, enjoy the parade of breeds or take a horse-drawn carriage tour. Historic Elkhorn Creek offers world class canoeing and fishing. There are dozens of golf courses in the area, including Cherry Blossom, Canewood Golf Course and University of Kentucky golf course.
As a small rural healthcare organization in the northern most region of Michigan’s Upper Peninsula, we know that local access to care is critically important and an obligation that is met with all of our resources and attention. The Keweenaw Peninsula is the Northwestern four-county area of Michigan’s ruggedly beautiful Upper Peninsula. This scenic peninsula jutting out into Lake Superior is home to a warm, family-oriented community with excellent schools, a thriving arts scene and world-class year-round outdoor recreation.
UP Health System – Portage has been serving the Western Upper Peninsula of Michigan since 1896. The hospital and its outlying clinics support a multi-specialty group of over 40 physicians and over a dozen allied health professionals. The main campus is a 36-bed hospital with ancillary services including the area’s only Open Bore MRI, 64-slice CT scanner, PACS, nuclear imaging, digital mammography and other radiological and laboratory services. Other services include cardiopulmonary, certified sleep disorder center, regional dialysis unit, pharmacy, rehab, audiology, a 12/7 hospitalist program, home care and hospice, and a 60-bed senior living community.
UP Health System – Portage is home to the first Level III ASC-verified trauma center and emergency department in the state, as well as an Express Care walk-in clinic.