Limestone Medical Center – Groesbeck, TX

LOCATION

FACILITY:       Limestone Medical Center

ADDRESS:      701 McClintic Drive

Groesbeck, TX 76642

http://www.groesbeckhospital.com/

OPPORTUNITY CRITERIA

SPECIALTY:   Any
CANDIDATE TYPE:   MD, DO
VISAS ACCEPTED:    No J1 or H1

JOB DESCRIPTION

  • 24/7 EM + Hospitalist (admits, rounding, discharge, etc.) coverage
  • 5,907 annual ED volume
  • Level IV Trauma
  • 14 hospital beds; 5 ED beds
  • 12-36 hr shifts

SITE DESCRIPTION

Limestone Medical Center (LMC) in Groesbeck, Texas, near Mexia, Texas, is a brand new 20-bed Critical Access Hospital with a 5 bed emergency room offering convenient access, located directly off of HWY 14.  Accredited as a Level IV Trauma Center by the Department of State Health Services. LMC proudly serves the citizens of Limestone County, Freestone County Hill County, also, Leon County, Robertson County, and Navarro County. The hospital is situated on a beautiful campus and is open to all communities. We currently serve many communities including, Groesbeck, Mexia, Kosse, Bremond, Thornton and many others.

COMMUNITY DESCRIPTION

Groesbeck, TX is a city in and the county seat of Limestone County, with a population around 4,300. It is the closest town to historic Old Fort Parker. The Fort holds an annual Christmas event at the site of old Fort Parker every December. Groesbeck is at the junction of State Highways 14 and 164, just 40 miles east of Waco.

ABOUT CONCORD MEDICAL GROUP

Concord Medical Group is a physician-owned and operated organization. Dr. Kyle Sheets created Concord in 2001 to meet the needs of rural hospitals in the West Texas area. We’ve since grown to serve four additional states. As a physician with Concord Medical Group, you are not a commodity or a number; you are the essential ingredient. Our goal is to put you in the best possible situation enabling you to enjoy doing what you do best while still respecting and maximizing your personal time. Your value is not lost with us. We realize who you are, and what you do is vital.

 

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