Santa Barbara County, CA - Partnership with Excellent Income Potential


Key Info


Inpatient and outpatient

Central Coast of California

General Surgery - Trauma or Critical Care Needed

Enjoy the Pristine California beaches without the High Cost of Living

This is the opportunity of a lifetime! Live on the beach and earn a generous income all while enjoying a spectacular quality of life - opportunities like this will not last long!

  • Employed position with independent group
  • Need a trauma critical surgeon and a trauma surgeon
  • Directorship opportunity
  • Can be a surgical hospitalist if desired
  • Hospital is going from a Level III to Level II trauma
  • Generous salary with production
  • Excellent income potential
  • Partnership track
  • Opportunity to buy into surgery center
  • Cover only 1 hospital - no competition in community
  • Very collegial group
  • Paid relocation and sign-on bonus
  • Benefits include health, PTO and retirement
  • CME allowance with paid malpractice insurance
  • Job Requirements: Physician with MD/DO degree – Board Certified or TRULY Board Eligible with a valid medical license
  • Position is not J1 or H1B visa eligible

Enjoy beautiful beaches and scenic wine country in the California Central Coast!

  • Enjoy all that Santa Barbara and San Luis Obispo counties have to offer
  • Area is ranked one of the "Best Places in the U.S. to Live"
  • Family-oriented community with one of the best public school districts in the state
  • Surf in the morning, wine taste in the afternoon, take in a concert in the park at dusk and njoy fine cuisine downtown in the evening
  • Home to a top, competitive university, which lends this area a youthful vibe and intellectual community
  • Thriving downtown area with an arts and music scene, farmer’s market, fine cuisine and boutique shops
  • Easy access to Bay Area, Monterey, and Los Angeles!

Job ID: TRS 194626

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Posted July 11, 2020


Not Covered