OB/GYN Job In Austin, Texas
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Obstetrics and Gynecology
Job Summary:St. David's Healthcare is looking for an engaging obstetrics and gynecologist (OBGYN) to join a busy private practice in Leander, Texas.
- Board certified/board eligible obstetrics and gynecologic physician
- Licensed in the state of Texas
- Busy existing patient panel
- 1:8 weekend call
- Mentorship available
- Robotics available
- Joining four OB/GYNs and two APPs
- Competitive salary plus production - 90% income potential
- Full benefits including health, dental and vision
- 401k and CME allowance
- Sign-on bonus
- Relocation reimbursement
- Opportunity to partner into ancillary service line
About St. David’s North Austin Medical Center:
St. David’s North Austin Medical Center is a 441-bed multi-specialty, acute care facility, dedicated to the highest level of women’s health services.
- The campus is home to St. David's Women's Center of Texas, St. David's Children's Hospital, St. David's Surgical Hospital and Galen College of Nursing Austin
- 24-hour in-house neonatology coverage for the 67 neonatal intensive care bassinets
- Level III NICU
- 24-hour emergency department
- The Texas Institute for Robotic Surgery
- Kidney Transplant Program
- Heart and Vascular Center
- 100 Top Hospital by IBM Watson and Leapfrog "Grade A" Hospital Safety scores
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North Austin Medical Center, 210-bed full service hospital, combines convenience with state-of-the-art healthcare services. The future of healthcare is evident in the design of the 652,000 square foot facility, allowing covered and easy access to an extensive variety of inpatient and outpatient services. Conveniently located at the Parmer Lane exit of MoPac Expressway North (Loop 1), NAMC boasts a comprehensive facility to accommodate everyone's health care needs.
NAMC proudly serves Austin and surrounding communities with an open medical staff with more than 950 physicians in a variety of specialties.