close Login
Reset Your Password

New to

With you can browse and apply to jobs across the country, track your job leads, email directly to employers, & more!

Need Help? Call (800) 244-7236 Sign In
Next Steps... Register Now Call Crissy Dale:
Regional Hospital of Jackson Physician Jobs

Internal Medicine Job In Jackson, Tennessee

Opportunity to Join Primary Care Practice in Jackson, TN -- Tennova Healthcare Regional Jackson (Royal Care)

Next Steps... Register Now Call Crissy Dale:
Company: Community Health Systems Profession/Specialty: Internal Medicine Location: Jackson, Tennessee 38305 Type of Facility: Hospital
Job Description

Tennova Healthcare Regional Jackson is seeking a BE/BC Internal Medicine physician to join a Primary Care practice in the area.

  • Traditional inpatient/outpatient practice
  • Anticipated call 1:5/6
  • Practice has been in community for approx. 12 years

Tennova Healthcare- Regional Jackson (152 beds) is located in Jackson, TN within a 2 hour drive from Nashville and 1.5 hours from Memphis.

Jackson stands as its own town with a stable economy, affordable new housing, 25 public schools, 7 private schools, 6 colleges, regional airport, museums, orchestra, semi-pro baseball team, parks, lakes, 3 country clubs, 7 golf courses, 4 pools, 25 tennis courts and almost 200 restaurants.

A competitive recruitment package is available that may include: competitive salary, medical education debt repayment, and moving expense allowance.

Keep more of what you earn - no state income tax in Tennessee!

Visa assistance is not available
Next Steps... Register Now Call Crissy Dale:
Community Information

Originally named "Alexandria", the city of Jackson, Tennessee was re-named in 1822 to commemorate General Andrew Jackson, war-hero and future U.S. President. Like other area towns, the growth and prosperity of Jackson was largely dependent upon the rail lines springing up across the land in the nineteenth century. It became known as a railroad center and a hub of culture, industry, and economy in Tennessee. By the 1830's, residents had constructed such monuments to civility and prosperity as a two-story brick courthouse, a post office, numerous lumber and gristmills, public schools, and gravel-paved roads. Approximately 60,000 residents call Jackson "home" today. While not large by metropolitan standards, the city has developed and maintains a thriving industrial base supported by area businesses with healthy and active civic participation. Approximately 110 industries contribute to the economy in Jackson. The list of local businesses runs the gamut of available goods and services, including cinema complexes, shopping centers, nightclubs, and restaurants. Civic and social organizations range from the VFW to the Boy and Girl Scouts. Sixteen denominations are represented by the community churches to support the spiritual needs of the community. 

The Jackson-Madison County School System operates 26 public schools: 14 elementary (K-4), three intermediate (5-6), four middle (7-8) and five high schools. Six of the public schools (three elementary, one middle, and two high schools) are specialized magnet schools. The district operates two alternative schools. Some of the elementary schools offer school age childcare. A full array of extra-curricular activities fortifies the development of children attending a Jackson Public School. Seven private schools operate in the area, offering both religion-based and non-sectarian education to the community. Jackson offers a myriad of higher education opportunities. Local institutions include Jackson State Community College, Lambuth University, Lane College, Union University, Tennessee Technology Center at Jackson, and the West Tennessee Business College.

The terrain in and around Jackson, and west Tennessee in general, is comprised of gently rolling land with picturesque hills and valleys. Jackson is a benefactor of the climate of the American South. Summertime is not limited by the calendar; swimming 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. The city of Jackson operates several parks, some with lighted tennis courts, baseball/softball fields, soccer fields, nature trails, and fishing lakes. With an abundance of lakes, rivers and wildlife areas, Tennessee is the perfect home for outdoor enthusiasts. Boating, swimming, fishing and camping are just a few of the activities available. Sports and culture also figure into the community lifestyle of Jackson. For those with an interest in major league sports, nearby Nashville is home to the Tennessee Titans football team and the Nashville Predators hockey team.

Community Links
Community & Facility Photos
Regional Hospital of Jackson Physician Jobs
About Regional Hospital of Jackson

Regional Hospital of Jackson, a 154-bed, acute-care hospital fully accredited by The Joint Commision, offers a wide range of services including emergency care, cardiology, diabetes counseling, general, orthopedic and vascular surgery, minimally invasive surgery, and interventional radiology. With more than 100 physicians on the medical staff, Regional Hospital of Jackson also offers a newly renovated obstetrics unit, a newly renovated orthopedics unit, a spa-like women’s imaging area, and a hotel-like sleep center. The hospital  and boasts certification as a Chest Pain Center by  the Society of Chest Pain Centers.

Contact Information
Crissy Dale - Physician Recruiter Phone: Email:
Get notified by email when similar jobs are posted

You can cancel email alerts at any time.