Internal Medicine Job In Danville, Virginia
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Sovah Health – Danville is a Lifepoint Health Community Hospital licensed for 250 beds with 150 primary care and specialty care physician affiliates located in south central Virginia. The Danville campus hosts ACGME accredited Family Medicine and Internal Medicine Residency Programs. The programs are affiliated with Edward Via College of Osteopathic Medicine (VCOM) and Liberty University College of Osteopathic Medicine (LUCOM). The Family Medicine class size is 6 / 6 / 6. The internal medicine class size is 8 / 8 / 8. The Associate Program Director would play a key role in curriculum development and program maintenance as well as precepting residents in an outpatient setting. This position offers a Monday - Friday schedule for a better life / work balance, and the candidate must possess 3 years clinical/academic experience.
Recruitment Package may include:
- Base salary + wRVU production incentive
- Quality bonus
- CME allowance
- Sign-on bonus
- Medical debt assistance
- Relocation allowance
- Residency stipend
- Medical Director stipend
- Health benefits + Retirement plan
- Marketing + practice growth assistance
|Sitting majestically on the banks of the Dan River in the heart of southern Virginia, Danville exceeds expectations with a wide variety of activities ranging from outdoor festivals and events.|
Licensed for 250 beds, Sovah Health - Danville is the most comprehensive source of healthcare in the Dan River Region of Virginia and North Carolina. For more than 120 years, this hospital has been part of the community and has an active medical staff of approximately 165 members and employs over 1,300 associates. The hospital provides over 25 medical specialties and 14 surgical services to the community. Danville Regional has the largest, leading-edge surgical capacity with advanced capabilities (including 13 state-of-the art surgical suites), open-heart surgeries and other complicated procedures in the area, including those usually found only at large teaching hospitals.