Award-winning OBGYN group searching for first-class provider in blooming community!

Located in one of the most prosperous communities in San Antonio, Texas, this private OBGYN practice was established in 1979.  It is currently expanding and is searching for an amazing provider to join their team.  The practice was recently awarded the 2016 Superior Healthplan Summit Award and the 2016 COLA Laboratory Excellence Award.

Position details & benefits:

Preferred candidate will able to work independently.  The providers encourage healthy communication between each other and have a strong, supportive administration team.  New provider will be eligible for partnership with the facility physicians after 5 years. Medical staff have military backgrounds although this is not a requirement.

Current providers: 6 Physicians; 2 MA’s per physician

ADC: 15 am 15 pm

Hours & call requirements: M-F 8:30am-5:30pm; Call 1:6, 5:30pm-8:30am.                                                                                       Physicians make hospital rounds every morning and perform deliveries for their patients

Providers enjoy 20-30 days off per year

In-office services: EMR & Allscripts utilized; LEEP, Colposcopy, pelvic pap, ultrasounds, IUD, Cryotherapy, SIS, EMB, NovaSure Ablations, Essure, Hysteroscopy with IUD removal, Mole and non-invasive vaginal lesion removal.

This top-notch practice would like to engage a compassionate OBGYN provider that can share their vision of promoting wellness and the respectful treatment of patients.  Please contact the recruiter for this opportunity for immediate consideration and more information as soon as possible!

Straddling south central Texas, San Antonio is brimming with colorful life as one of the fastest growing cities in America. It is often appropriately described as a ‘big city with a small town feel.’ With a robust economy, San Antonio’s well established community of healthcare and medical service providers – comprising of hospitals, physicians, other specialty providers and nursing homes – form a strong foundation for the major medical hub. According to San Antonio’s Chamber of Commerce, the impact of the healthcare and biosciences sector on our economy has more than doubled in the past decade. An excellent business climate and an attractive, affordable lifestyle contribute to San Antonio’s low cost of living especially amongst large metropolitan cities. Rich historical culture combined with buzzing renovation and new architectural development make this diverse community a popular tourist destination. This dynamic hub offers versatile entertainment with an abundant art and music scene, local attractions and festivals. Recreational activities for families and adventure seekers include a short drive to various parks, rivers, hiking trails and lush scenery into the Texas hill country.

For more information please contact:

Anit Kaur
Physician Recruiter
730 N. Main, Suite 601
San Antonio, TX 78205
office: 210-297-1151
cell: 210-420-0669

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