Internal Medicine Job In Davenport, Florida
IM position in suburban OrlandoNext Steps... Apply Now Register Now Call Rachel Solava: Sign in to view
Internist needed to join a private group. The target office location is Champions Gate towards Orlando.
Lead Physician: Dr. Aftab Khan who is board certified and has been in the community for 20+ years.
Call coverage to be arranged.
Office space available in Champions Gate area. Generous sized practice with square footage to expand. Located in a high profile, expanding area near the Four Corners.
Competitive financial package to include salary (based on MGMA guidelines), incremental overhead expenses, CME, marketing, relocation expenses, potential for signing bonus, commencement bonus, and potential for medical education debt assistance.
Reason for search: strong need exists for additional IMs based on physician to patient population ratios, population growth and even higher growth in the Four Corners, Champions Gate and Davenport areas.
Ideally this would be an outpatient only setting with the incoming physician utlizing hospitalists for hospital care / call.
Known as the "Heart of Florida," Haines City, located right in the heart of central Florida, offers a relaxed atmosphere in a sunny setting. Maintaining its small-town character while experiencing tremendous growth, the city offers easy access to both Tampa and Orlando with their many arts, entertainment, dining and theme park options. Housing options are varied and include condos, new home developments and classic lakefront properties. Haines City offers beautiful lakes, champion golf courses, sports venues and a variety of great shopping and dining experiences in its quaint downtown area.
Heart of Florida Regional Medical Center is a 200-bed, acute-care hospital offering a full spectrum of services, supported by nearly 200 physicians representing various medical specialties. The hospital's many outstanding services include an orthopedics and joint replacement center of excellence, a center for cardiac services offering elective angioplasty, a full-service on-campus therapy center, accredited stroke center and Stork's Landing delivery center. Heart of Florida has grown almost continuously since construction of its new building in 1996.
This hospital is partially owned by physicians.