Grow with a Premier Gastroenterologist Practice in Sunny Southern Oregon
Providence Medford Medical Center
Provider Solutions & Development
Join the renowned Providence Medford Medical Center as a full-time Gastroenterologist. This 168-bed community hospital is known for providing state-of-the-art care, as well as a collaborative work culture for clinicians. This expanding practice fosters a highly supportive environment and offers tremendous opportunities for growth and partnerships. Enjoy working with a distinguished, multidisciplinary team and experience excellent quality of life in beautiful Medford, an outdoor recreation haven in Southern Oregon.
- Flexible FTE; part- and full-time shifts available
- Mix of inpatient and outpatient care
- Guaranteed salary and generous incentive
- CME days and dollars, relocation assistance and sign-on bonus available
- 1 to 2 years of experience preferred; New graduates welcome to apply
Where You’ll Work
Providence Medford Medical Center offers comprehensive acute and ancillary services to southern Oregon and northern California on a beautiful, 168-bed campus. Designated a Level III trauma center, Providence Medford provides quality, comprehensive care throughout the region.
Where You’ll Live
In the magnificent Rogue Valley just 30 miles from the California border, Medford is the largest city in the southern Oregon region and serves as the medical hub for a population of more than 510,000. At an elevation of 2,000 feet, Medford has a mild climate and four distinct seasons. The Medford area offers a mix of physical beauty, cultural diversity and recreational opportunities.
Who You’ll Work For
Providence is a nationally recognized, comprehensive health care organization spanning seven states with a universal mission – to provide compassionate care to all who need its services, especially the poor and vulnerable. Its 119,000-plus caregivers/employees serve in 51 hospitals, more than 800 clinics and a comprehensive range of health and social services. Providence: one name, one family, one extraordinary health system.
Posted June 15, 2021