OB/GYN Job In Austin, Texas
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Obstetrics and Gynecology
Job Summary:St. David’s Healthcare is seeking several OB/GYN’s to join various employed and private practices throughout Austin, TX. As one of the largest health systems in Texas, St. David’s Healthcare includes seven of the area’s leading hospitals.
- Board certified or board eligible obstetrics and gynecologist
- Excellent work ethic and be energetic and motivated to build a practice
- Income guarantee for first year or employment option available as well
- Competitive salary following MGMA guidelines
Overview of St. David’s Healthcare:
- 7 hospitals and 119 total sites of care in Austin and Central Texas
- Received Malcolm Baldrige National Quality Award – the nation’s highest presidential honor for performance excellence
- Recognized by Healthgrades for excellence in cardiac care
- St. David’s HealthCare is a unique partnership between and two local non-profits— and
- The proceeds from our hospital operations fund these foundations, which, in turn, invest those dollars back into the community
- Since the beginning of St. David’s HealthCare in 1996, more than $269 million have been given back to the community to improve health and healthcare in Central Texas
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