Otolaryngology Job In Columbus, Georgia
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St. Francis – Emory Healthcare, located in western Georgia, is seeking an Otolaryngologist to join a hospital-employed group in Columbus. St. Francis Hospital, a 376-bed LifePoint Health facility, is a Certified Stroke Center and serves over 300,000 residents in western Georgia and eastern Alabama.
Located in western Georgia (90 min. SW of Atlanta), Columbus overlooks the Chattahoochee River blending a vibrant artsy energy with a unique local history. Enjoy the outdoors, listen to local bands, or taste finely brewed beer - world-class experiences without the world-class ego!
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
Located in western Georgia, Columbus overlooks the Chattahoochee River blending a vibrant artsy energy with a unique local history. Enjoy the outdoors, listen to local bands, or taste finely brewed beer - world-class experiences without an ego.
Founded in 1950, St. Francis is a community hospital in Columbus, Georgia. What began as a 154-bed hospital is now a 376-bed facility employing more than 2,700 employees and 300 physicians. In addition to a full range of inpatient, outpatient and emergency room services, St. Francis offers the only open heart surgery program in the area.
Since the first patient was admitted in 1950, St. Francis has fervently served the community and region, providing outstanding, compassionate care from one generation to the next. Recognized as the area's finest health care provider, St. Francis continues to reach for the highest standards in quality and safety to offer its patients the best possible care.
In 2011, the hospital broke ground on its largest expansion project. Two years later, the St. Francis Heart Hospital and the Sue Marie Turner Women's Hospital opened, the latter of which brought obstetrical services back to the hospital.