Blue Ridge – Morganton, NC & Valdese, NC

We are looking for Board Certified (EM, FP, IM) Physicians to join our team and provide high quality medical care in a fast paced Emergency Department.  We have opportunities in the foothills of the beautiful NC mountains.

  • Total annual volume of 60,000 patients (38,000 in Morganton and 22,000 in Valdese).
  • Patient acuity is relatively high being the only hospital in the county.  They also have a high psych population with the state supported psychiatric facility 2 miles from the hospital.
  • Valdese is 8 miles from Morganton is acts currently as a stand-alone ED.
  • Morganton facility has a FP residency program, so there are opportunities to teach the residents in the department.
  • Using Cerner for the EMR and have scribes available for use.
  • 24-35 hours of physician coverage daily at Morganton with 24-35 hours of APC coverage.
  • 24 hours of physician coverage daily at Valdese with 12 hours of APC coverage.
  • Morganton is located in the beautiful foothills of NC with lots of opportunity available for swimming, hiking, biking, skiing, white water rafting, etc.
  • Community information:

Who is ApolloMD?  We are a physician owned and operated practice that believes YOU should maintain control of your own schedule, compensation and benefits. With Partnerships available for full-time providers, ApolloMD allows you to reach and exceed your top income potential, while maintaining a high quality of life and enhancing the quality of care delivered to our patients. Our physicians enjoy professional development opportunities and are supported through comprehensive on-site practice resources including administrative personnel. In addition, ApolloMD physicians are offered ownership options through our ApolloMD Partnership Program (APP), allowing them to build equity in a thriving group from day one, rather than waiting years to share in the success of a practice.  Visit us at

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Scott Williams


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