OB/GYN Job In Austin, Texas
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Austin Maternal Fetal Medicine seeks a board-certified/board-eligible Maternal Fetal Medicine Specialist to join a busy perinatal practice. Our HCA hospital-employed practice provides outpatient consultation and a significant amount of co-management for pregnancies with maternal and fetal complications.
Our team includes six Maternal Fetal Medicine Specialists. The practice performs a wide variety of services including preconception counseling, fetal screening, chorionic villous sampling, amniocentesis, fetal echocardiography, and management and treatment of maternal and fetal complications. Our practice is AIUM accredited with state of the art GE ultrasound equipment and maintains certified ultrasonographers through the Fetal Medicine Foundation. While we do not provide full care or perform deliveries, we do manage multiple intrapartum conditions including glycemic and hypertension management and as well as more complex maternal conditions including coagulopathy and cardiopulmonary disease. A robust Obstetrical Hospitalist Program, the first of its kind in Central Texas, provides support for our active Central Texas transport program.
The St. David’s/HCA employed model offers competitive salaries, a bonus structure, and excellent benefits including extensive health, life, vision, dental and disability insurance. The employment package also offers a strong 401(k) plan with competitive employer-matched rates, annual CME allowance, relocation assistance, and long-term job stability due to our affiliation with HCA whom is considered the nation's leading provider of healthcare services since 1968. Additional administrative benefits include professional liability insurance, assistance with mandatory hospital credentialing and state licensing, and reimbursement of associated fees.
Austin has earned a reputation as one of the best places to live in the nation. Among Texas towns, Austin has been named “Best Place for Business and Careers,” “Live Music Capital of the World,” and “Best Town for Relocation of Families.” Austin has a lot to offer singles as well as families, from downtown loft living to quieter neighborhoods by the lake or in the hill country. Austin has around 300 days of sunshine each year with excellent schools, fine arts, lakes, limitless outdoor activities, and year round festivals. This is a great opportunity as a stipend recipient to join one of the best HCA Women’s Centers in the country.
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South Austin Hospital is a 200 bed hospital, offering comprehensive care to the community of South Austin, as well as several areas to the south, east and west. It is situated in an area which is experiencing tremendous population growth. A $54 million expansion project was recently completed at SAH. Beds were added to the Intensive Care unit, cardiovascular recovery units, and the medical-surgical floors. Of particular note is the addition of beds to the Emergency Department, accounting for an 86% increase in treatment capacity. Finally, new Cardiac Catheterization labs, a new Electro-Physiology lab and additional cardiovascular operating rooms were constructed. The total project includes over 100,000 new square feet and 26,160 square feet of renovations.