Iroquois Memorial Hospital

Iroquois Memorial Hospital has an opportunity for a Family Practice physician to join the IMH Multi Specialty Physicians office.

IMH MSP is a Rural Health Clinic (RHC) currently staffed with 2 Family Practice Physicians, and 2 Nurse Practitioners.  Additionally, Iroquois Memorial Hospital (IMH) has 3 additional RHCs, as well as a General Surgery clinic & Women’s Health clinic.  OB is not required for this opportunity.

The hospital and clinic have an electronic health record. Office hours are 8am to 5pm Monday through Friday.  The hospital is willing to generously compensate the right physician. The opportunity offers a competitive guarantee plus production bonus.  The organization provides generous benefits including health, dental, vision, 401k, time off for vacation and CME, CME allowance and relocation assistance.  The clinic is located in a HPSA. Primary & Pediatric call would be expected.  Currently primary call is 1 in 5 and Peds call is 1 in 3.

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