EM Physician Opportunity in Southwest Louisiana just outside Lafayette

EM Physician Opportunity in Southwest Louisiana just outside Lafayette

Explore this growing emergency medicine practice located in southwest Louisiana! We are seeking BC/BE Emergency Medicine or Primary Care physicians with emergency department experience to join our team.

  • 30,000 Emergency Room visits annually
  • 14-Bed Emergency Department
  • Wellsoft EMR
  • Excellent APP support and Subspecialty back up
  • Premiere Hospitalist Medicine Program

West Calcasieu Cameron Hospital (WCCH) is a 107-bed facility that provides the residents of West Calcasieu and Cameron parishes with quality health care, close to home.  With advanced technology, physician expertise, and the healing, compassionate care of hospital clinical and support personnel, the WCCH team delivers advanced, personalized health care with a focus on exceptional patient experience.

WCCH is in Sulphur, LA where FAITH, FAMILY, and COMMUNITY still lives.  Also known as the Gateway to the Creole Nature Trail All-American Road, Sulphur LA is a city that has seen considerable growth over the past few years just 30 miles west of Texas border.  Compared to the rest of the country, Sulphur’s cost of living is 8.70% lower than the U.S. average. Sulphur is brimming with youth sports each summer, and you can literally hear cheering fans in the air while splashing in the outdoor water park. The city is known as the gateway to the Creole Nature Trail All-American Road with the Sabine National Wildlife Refuge just down the road a way from the Henning Cultural Center, featuring rotating exhibits.

Please contact Stephanie Cholwanit, Senior Physician Recruiter, at cholwanit@ecp.net.

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