General Orthopedic Surgery Job In Scranton, Pennsylvania
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Commonwealth Health is seeking a board certified/board eligible Orthopaedic Surgeon to join a large hospital employed multi-specialty group.
*Commencement Bonus of $50,000*
Commonwealth Health offers a competitive compensation package including relocation allowance, medical education debt reimbursement, CME allowances, bonuses, and excellent benefit package.
Commonwealth Health, the largest network of hospitals in Northeastern Pennsylvania, continues to combine vast medical resources to enhance the quality of patient care throughout the region. Collectively, the hospitals of Commonwealth Health earned significant recognition in Orthopaedic Care, including Joint Commission Certification in Advanced Hip, Knee and Shoulder Replacement; Joint Commission Hip Fracture Certification; and Blue Distinction Center for Hip and Knee Replacement, and Spine Surgery Program.
The area is only a short drive, two hours, from New York City and Philadelphia and also includes Wilkes-Barre/Scranton International Airport offering easy access to major hubs around the U.S.
The Scranton Plan
The Scranton Plan is the industrial marketing arm of The Greater Scranton Chamber of Commerce. The mission of The Scranton Plan is to create and retain jobs for Lackawanna County. With the help of two Chamber divisions, the Scranton Lackawanna Industrial Building Company (SLIBCO) and the Lackawanna Industrial Fund Enterprises (LIFE), the Scranton Plan is the driving force behind job creation and retention for Lackawanna County.
The Chamber's economic development programs have won numerous awards in the past for their efforts including the Top Economic Development Program in the nation by CUED in 2000, a Top Ten Local Economic Development Group in the May 2008 issue of Site Selection magazine and additional honors from PEDA, NEDA and the Small Business Administration.
For more than 100 years, Regional Hospital of Scranton served the residents of Northeastern Pennsylvania. Accredited by the Joint Commission, Regional Hospital is licensed for 198 beds and serves a network of more than 400 physicians. The hospital offers an array of medical and surgical specialties. As a major employer in Northeastern Pennsylvania, Regional Hospital employs more than 1,000 health care professionals. Regional Hospital specializes in tertiary cardiovascular, oncology and orthopaedic care.