OB/GYN Job In Dyersburg, Tennessee
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Tennova Healthcare Dyersburg Regional is seeking a BE/BC OB/GYN.
- Busy practice averages 11,000 clinic visits and more than 500 deliveries
- Demand for OB services in region continues to grow
- Office space is currently available
Tennova Healthcare Dyersburg Regional is licensed for 225 beds and is the sole provider of acute care services within a 35 mile radius. Active medical staff includes 73 physicians, 47 allied health providers and 36 consulting physicians.
The city of Dyersburg is a home-town community of more than 20,000 and the hospital serves a population of greater than 100,000. Dyersburg offers one of the highest-rated school systems in the state, minimal driving distance to several major cities including Memphis, Nashville, and St. Louis, and numerous parks and recreation.
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In September, 2006, Dyer County was certified as a "Level Three Star Community" by the State of Tennessee, only one of three communities in West Tennessee to reach this achievement. Dyersburg was also recently named one of the top twenty Micropolitan cities by Site Selection magazine.
Dyersburg, TN is in the western part of the state, 74 miles north of Memphis and 40 miles northwest of Jackson, TN. Dyersburg is a vibrant community in the heart of Dyer County. There are over 90,000 people in our primary service area, with 20,000 of those living in the city of Dyersburg. Dyersburg offers some wonderful amenities, such as The Farms Country Club with a challenging 18 hole golf course, swimming pool and clubhouse. Reelfoot Lake is also located less than 30 minutes away. For those looking for a more relaxed pace of life, but close to a major city, Dyersburg, TN is a great place to call home. The school systems in Dyersburg are also excellent. The Dyersburg Municipal Airport provides charter and air taxi service 24 hours a day. Additionally, the Memphis International Airport, only 78 miles to the south on U.S. 51, provides commercial air travel service.
A thriving community, Dyersburg combines the peace and quiet available in a small southern town
along with a progressive and community-minded attitude.
Both the Dyersburg and Dyer County school systems have held the Tennessee Governor's A+ Award for community commitment to excellence in education from 1991 until the award was discontinued in 1995.
Dyersburg High School recently received Bronze recognition from U. S. News and World Report’s Best High Schools.
The Dyersburg City School System:
- Two elementary, one middle, and one high school
- Combined enrollment of 3,442 students.
- Teacher/student ratio in kindergarten through grade three is less than 20:1.
- Dyersburg High School was named National Blue Ribbon School of Excellence in 2006.
The Dyer County School System:
- Seven elementary, two middle, and one high school
- Combined enrollment of more than 3,200 students.
- Teacher/student ratio is 21/1.
The First Presbyterian Christian School:
- Private school, Christian based
- Mission of "nurturing children in the discipline and instruction of the Lord,"
- Offers grades kindergarten through grade 8.
Institutes of Higher Learning in the immediate area:
- Dyersburg State Community College
- The Tennessee Technology Center at Newbern
- The University of Tennessee at Memphis
- The University of Tennessee at Martin
- Additionally, there are five other Universities within a one hour commute. Each institution offers a variety of courses and degrees ranging from vocational and technical training to nursing, education, business, and engineering degrees.
The terrain in and around Dyersburg, and west Tennessee in general, is composed of gently rolling land with picturesque hills and valleys. Dyersburg is a benefactor of the climate of the American South. Summertime is not limited by the calendar; swimming-degree days come in early to mid-May and last into October. Gardeners appreciate the long growing season, which stretches from late March into mid-November and consists of an average of 236 frost-free days. Spring comes earlier in the South bringing glorious greening to the abundance of foliage in Tennessee. Fall stays later, extending warm days and crisp nights, all with a backdrop of the colorful changing of the leaves. Winters are mild and relatively short with little or no snow. Precipitation comes mostly as rainfall, but a surprise cold snap could allow someone to awaken to an unexpected blanket of nighttime snowfall. With an abundance of lakes, rivers, and wildlife areas, Tennessee is the perfect home for outdoor enthusiasts. Dyersburg is perched at the door of Reelfoot Lake and Wildlife Refuge. Water sports, fishing and wildlife appreciation are popular forms of recreation in the area.
Dyersburg Regional Medical Center is a 225-bed acute-care hospital accredited by The Joint Commission. DRMC offers a range of medical and surgical services including 24-hour emergency care with a fast-track area for less acute emergencies, an intensive care unit, a newly renovated obstetrics unit, and advanced diagnostic services including CT, nuclear medicine, MRI, interventional radiology, ultrasound and digital mammography. More than 100 physicians on the medical staff represent nearly 30 specialties including orthopedics, gastroenterology, urology, endocrinology, cardiology and vascular surgery.