Endocrinology Job In Denver, Colorado
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Job Summary:Seeking experienced endocrine or IM APP with interest in diabetes and endocrine disorders to join busy endocrinology practice in downtown Denver, Colorado:
- NP or PA degree
- 1-3 yrs experience in endocrine or internal medicine preferred
- Clinic Schedule – 4 days per week (32-40 hours per week)
- Must be motivated to learn in a fast-paced clinic environment
- Appointments include: telehealth, OP clinic, IP rounding, potential outreach, some call expected
- Competitive market salary
- Employed opportunity through HCA/HealthONE
- Robust benefits package to include medical, dental, 401k, etc.
- Relocation assistance
About Denver Endocrinology and Presbyterian St. Luke’s Medical Center:
- Denver Endocrinology is small, patient-oriented practice conveniently located in Denver between City Park and downtown.
- Denver Endocrinology believes in a cooperative approach to health and strives to maintain close communication with our patients and their providers.
- Presbyterian St. Luke’s (PSL) provides the most advanced care for patients across the Rocky Mountains and Great Plains region with over 80 specialties and 1,000 specialists and primary care physicians on staff.
The Denver, Colorado metro area is home to 2.7 million people on the western edge of the Colorado High Plains, just east of the Front Range of the Rocky Mountains. Denver is the capitol of the nation's 5th fastest growing state with a growth rate that has consistently outpaced the nation since the 1930's. Forbes Magazine tagged Denver as the most stable real estate market in the US.
The Denver metro area consistently tops the lists of most livable cities. We enjoy a panoramic view of the Rocky Mountains, the nation's largest public park system, and 300+ days of sunshine a year. The climate offers the best of 4 seasons with mild winters averaging daily high of 45 degrees. Our famed Colorado "champagne-powder" snow melts quickly in Denver's sunshine. Low humidity and cool mornings & evenings explain Colorado's status as one of the top summer vacation destinations.
It's no wonder that Metro Denver's active residents are among the nation's healthiest. After work or school, we enjoy the miles and miles of community walk/bike trails and rich variety of recreation centers and amateur athletic leagues. Families love Denver's Zoo--4th most popular in the U.S and the Botanic Gardens which ranks 5th in the U.S. On weekends and days off, the famous mountain trails, rivers & resorts are just 90 minutes from your doorstep.
Denver fields 8 pro sports teams and is the only city with three new world-class stadiums. A phenomenal array of cultural attractions visit The Denver Performing Arts Complex--the largest such facility under one roof outside of New York City. Music aficionados know that Colorado's festivals and venues like the Red Rocks Amphitheater earn a spot on every major national tour.
Located in the heart of Denver, Colorado, Presbyterian/St. Luke’s Medical Center (P/SL) is a tertiary care center licensed for 687 beds. P/SL is rated a Top 100 U.S. Hospital by Solucient, the nation’s leading source of healthcare business information and clinical and financial analysis. Founded in 1881, the Medical Center serves a seven-state region, including Colorado, Kansas, Nebraska, New Mexico, South Dakota, Utah, and Wyoming. With more than 80 specialties and staffed by nearly 1,600 employees – and over 1,000 affiliated medical staff – P/SL is a leader in caring for high-acuity fetal, neonatal, pediatric and adult patients. Rocky Mountain Hospital for Children offers children and their families all the advantages of a large specialty medical center, while providing all the specialized services of a children’s hospital. P/SL also provides Colorado’s largest Neonatal Intensive Care Unit (84 beds) board certified neonatologists and pediatric intensivists on campus 24/7, and its team handles more high-risk and high acuity fetal, neonatal and pediatric patients than any hospital in the Rocky Mountain west.