OB/GYN Opportunities in Arkansas: $50K Signing Bonus Offered - Work Only 7 Shifts A Month

Johnson, AR

full-time
Inpatient and outpatient

Job Highlights

  • High Income Potential
  • Fast Credentialing
  • Flexible Scheduling
  • St. Bernards Medical Center

    Ob Hospitalist Group

    Ob Hospitalist Group is looking for a passionate Ob/Gyn's to join our teams in Arkansas!

    Our Opportunities:

    • St. Bernard's Medical Center, Jonesboro, AR - Full time - $50K Signing bonus opportunity!
    • Willow Creek Women's Hospital, Johnson, AR - Part time opening!
    • Mercy Hospital Fort Smith, Fort Smith, AR - Part time opening!

    As an OBHG hospitalist, you are the in-house expert whose advanced clinical skill and ability to handle any OB emergency dramatically improves patient safety and satisfaction. You will work closely with local OB/GYNs to ensure that every pregnant woman who presents to the hospital is cared for by an experienced physician, every time.

    Responsibilities include -- OB/GYN triage, fetal monitoring, and gynecological emergency assistance, as well as, patient evaluation & management, delivery attendance & surgical assists.

    OBHG is a clinician-centered company that provides unparalleled support and resources, and superior work/life balance. As a full-time hospitalist, you’ll have the freedom to create your own schedule – typically seven to eight 24-hour shifts per month – with no on-call duty or office management.

    This position offers:

    • Competitive compensation
    • Flexible schedules (21+ days off each month!)
    • No on-call responsibility
    • CME allowance and 401k match
    • Leadership/advancement opportunities
    • Paid medical malpractice insurance with tail
    • Full medical benefits
    • Collegiate, team-based work environment
    • Unparalleled physician support and resources

    Join our growing national network of highly skilled obstetricians over 1,000 strong. OBHG programs offer a variety of work options – including full time, part time, back up and travel opportunities. Looking to advance your OB career? Clinical/professional leadership positions are available at many of our locations across the United States.

    Please let me know if you're interested to learn more!

    Norah Westmoreland, Sourcing Recruiter

    Ob Hospitalist Group

    Direct: (864)720-1176

    Email: nwestmoreland@obhg.com

    About Ob Hospitalist Group

    The nation’s largest and only dedicated OB hospitalist provider.

    Ob Hospitalist Group was founded on the vision and commitment that every expectant mother presenting to labor and delivery would receive consistent, unconditional, quality medical care from an experienced physician. Today, we are the largest and only dedicated OB/GYN hospitalist employer in the nation. Our singular focus on OB hospitalist programs gives us unparalleled insight to deliver differentiated performance and results.

    As an OB/GYN, you have the opportunity to usher new life into the world. It's a privilege that often comes with the stress and strain of juggling enormous responsibility: Serving patients in the office as well as those laboring at the hospital, managing office staff, dealing with ever-changing regulations, missing family events, or being awakened in the middle of the night to make urgent clinical decisions.

    There is a better way. Ob Hospitalist Group offers a career path for the modern obstetrician - physicians who are driven to create positive change in women's health care and enjoy greater balance in their own lives.

    The hospitalist model allows you to focus entirely on the patient. You can help correct a disparity of care by ensuring that all pregnant women who present to the hospital are evaluated by an experienced physician rather than funneled through the conventional nurse-led phone triage.

    As an OBHG clinician you are the in-house expert. You'll improve patient safety, reduce maternal mortality rates and help alleviate physician burnout. A typical work day might include collaborating with local private-practice OB/GYNs, assisting with emergent cases, caring for unassigned patients, overseeing residents or meeting with hospital leaders to design a new quality initiative.


    Posted June 2, 2021