Great Opportunity for a Hospitalist in Southern, Indiana

King’s Daughters’ Health in Madison, Indiana is seeking a BC/BE Hospitalist to join our comprehensive Hospitalist Department. This opportunity offers a great place to live, caring community and hospital atmosphere with a team committed to offering personalized, compassionate care.

  • 86- bed acute care hospital private, not-for-profit organization, privately own & operated
  • 6 bed open ICU- No major trauma
  • 7 on /7 off block schedule
  • Provide inpatient care and consultations
  • Procedures: Proficient in Vent management, intubations, & central lines
  • Competitive salary & bonus
  • Comprehensive benefit package

We understand the importance of balancing work with a healthy personal lifestyle.

  • Madison is close to major metropolitan attractions in Louisville, Kentucky (1-hour drive), Indianapolis, Indiana (2-hour drive) and Cincinnati, Ohio (90 min. drive).
  • Extremely warm, welcoming community that truly appreciates its physicians and the care that they provide.
  • Teaching site for Pikeville DO School for 3rd year Med Students

For more information, contact:

Laci L. Borgman

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