Family Medicine Job In Wilson, North Carolina
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Wilson Medical Center, a proud Duke LifePoint hospital, is seeking a BC/BE family practice physician to spearhead the development of a new primary care office. As part of Wilson Physician Services, the practice benefits from strong administrative and management support and will be a key component of an established multi-specialty clinic. The practice is outpatient-only and will serve the full gamut of family practice patients, including children.
Wilson North Carolina is one of this state’s most beautiful cities, known for many years as the “City of Trees.” But in addition to the outer beauty is an inner framework of industry, education and opportunity that makes this a great city in which to raise a family.
Wilson is a community committed to educational excellence, economic prosperity, and cultural diversity and fulfillment. Our residents benefit from a strong public education system; a city treasure called the Imagination Station Science Museum; abundant arts, sports and youth activities; strong religious and spiritual centers; and employment opportunities at a variety of manufacturing and service companies.
Residents and companies in Wilson enjoy the advantages of proximity to the Raleigh-Durham metro area, as well as living close to cities such as Rocky Mount and Greenville, North Carolina. North Carolina’s beautiful beaches are within a short driving distance, and Interstate 95 easily connects business to their marketplaces on the East Coast.
With nearly 50,000 residents, Wilson is in the unique position to offer city opportunities and lifestyles with small town history and warmth.
Halfway between New York and Florida along I-95, Wilson is 45 miles east of Raleigh and the Research Triangle Park, and only two hours from the North Carolina coast. The beautiful North Carolina mountains and other outstanding vacation spots are also within easy driving distance.
Wilson residents enjoy a community rich in educational, cultural and social opportunities. The local and business communities work together to support excellent public and private education. And Wilson is within a one-hour drive from a dozen major colleges and universities, including Duke, N.C. State, UNC-Chapel Hill and East Carolina University. Wilson is home to Wilson Community College, Barton College and the Eastern North Carolina School for the Deaf.
Wilson is home to historic Fleming Stadium, Wilson Tobs baseball team, the N.C. Museum of the Coastal Plain baseball museum, J. Burt Gillette Athletic Complex and The Brittany soccer tournament. Wilson also offers a number of golf facilities, water sports at Lake Wilson and Buckhorn Reservoir, and a number of festivals, including the now famous Whirligig Festival. Imagination Station, The Edna Earle Boykin Center, the city’s Rose Garden and the Barton College Orchestra round out the cultural opportunities in Wilson.
Wilson Medical Center is committed to providing excellent care to our community. We serve residents in a six-county service area, including Wilson, Wayne, Nash, Johnston, Greene and Edgecombe counties.
Services include interventional cardiology, state-of-the-art cancer care, including clinical trials, women’s and children’s services, and onsite rehabilitative and nursing care.
Wilson Medical Center offers the community a full range of services and specialties through our five hospital-based physician practices. Dr. Nadine Skinner and Physician Assistant Becky Buckner offer primary care services for all ages. Dr. Sayeed Hossain of Pulmonary Associates of Wilson, Dr. Ken Johnson of Wilson ENT & Sinus Center, Dr. Louis Antignano of Wilson Gastroenterology and Dr. Ben Thomas of Wilson Neurology all offer the community specialized care in Wilson.
Our 90 active staff physicians provide care in a wide range of specialties, including cardiology, radiation oncology, cancer, otolaryngology, pulmonary, pathology, urology, neurology and gastroenterology.