Knox Community Hospital, a not-for-profit community hospital, is seeking a qualified Internal Medicine Physicians to join its growing team. Knox Community Hospital is a licensed 99-bed facility that currently has numerous growing specialty clinics. The Internal Medicine outpatient clinic has an integrated practice model with a wide variety of specialists available for consultations and Allscripts medical record platform.
Being a part of Knox Community Hospital means being a part of the community and practicing innovation medicine with a small-town feel, not only allowing doctors to promote healthy lifestyles for patients and families within the hospital walls but also within the community. This is an excellent opportunity to join a fast-growing hospital that offers competitive benefits, student loan assistance, relocation reimbursement, and much more. This position offers a salary commensurate with experience and training (starting at $259,732) and a production-based bonus based on worked RVUs.
Benefits for this position will include:
$50,000 incentive for a home that is purchased in the community and community residence
Student Loan Assistance
5 Weeks of Vacation
$5,000 Continuing Medical Education (CME) allowance
Health, Dental, Vision insurance as well as disability benefits
Flexible Health Spending Account and a Health Savings Account
Medical Malpractice Insurance with tail-coverage
Tophat 457 Retirement Program
DEA, Ohio license, Board fees
In Knox County, you will experience beautiful agricultural scenery, what seems like endless miles of hiking trails, a 14 mile paved bike path, and best of all you will be able to enjoy the Kokosing and Mohican Rivers that flow right through our county. The options are endless. Whether you like a quick trip to the city for shopping in family-owned businesses or a quiet weekend with the family consisting of hiking, kayaking, biking, or spending time on the Lake, you can find that here in Knox County.
Knox Community Hospital is an equal opportunity employer. Each applicant and employee will be given full consideration for employment and advancement and will be treated equally regardless of race, religion, color, sex, national origin, age, genetic information, disability,citizenship, ethnicity, creed and veteran status or current or prospective status in the uniformed services, and any other characteristic protected by Federal, state or local law.
M.D. or D.O. degree.
Graduate of an accredited medical school with licensure to practice as a physician in the State of Ohio required.
Graduate of an approved residency program for Internal Medicine with board certification from a national accrediting body to practice Internal Medicine or verification that he/she has met the requirements to apply for board certification. Board certification to occur within the time frame established by the accrediting body.
Knowledge of rules and regulations in this specialized health field.
Meets all requirements in order to obtain medical staff membership and required privileges of service.
Post residency (not including fellowship training) clinical experience preferred in specialty.