Hospital: Johnson Memorial Health #2323

Johnson Memorial Health, Franklin, Indiana, is expanding its Physician Network by increasing its panel of Family Medicine specialists. This recruitment is in response to the growing demand for primary care services in family medicine and the hospital’s overall growth strategy.

The physician selected will join the seven-member Family Physicians of Johnson County (FPJC) group practice. FPJC physicians are all employees of Johnson Memorial Health and the group is a member of the Johnson Memorial Physician Network. Call rotation will be very limited (at least 1:8) which typically will require phone availability only. The hospital has a fully operational 24/7 hospitalist program to cover all inpatient needs. This allows each physician to maintain their focus on the care and service of their office-based patients. Opportunity is employed with competitive salary and benefits package.

Location: Franklin, IN

Contact: Lauren Carrell

laurenc@suburbanhealth.com

317.295.5279

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