Placement By Specialty Surgery
A thriving general surgery practice in the Los Angeles area is seeking to add an additional General Surgeon. There are currently four surgeons in the group. Seeking someone that is well-organized, good operating skills, comfortable in a diverse work environment. Call schedule is 1 week out of 4, with ample opportunity for schedule flexibility and autonomy. Care variety and dependable reimbursement are strengths of the practice.
Independent, outpatient only, largest provider of vasectomy reversal in the US is searching for a General Surgery associate. Well-established practice of 12 years which has 2 locations, one in Oklahoma and one in Rhode Island. They are recruiting for the RI site. Patients travel from all 50 states and Canada to reach this practice. We have successfully preceptored a family practice physician and a general surgeon to perform the procedures, so physicians with a range of different backgrounds can be used in this practice ministry. Physicians who are proficient and enjoy simple skin suturing can be taught our minor procedure. We want to add physicians who desire to use the practice as an avenue for disciple making. They help families grow after vasectomy by performing microsurgical vasovasostomy under local anesthetic in our clinic. Beginning physicians will perform 200 vasectomy reversals annually.
An independent, single specialty, inpatient/outpatient group is seeking to add a breast surgeon or a general surgeon. This well-established practice currently has two surgeons. Town of approximately 35,000 nestled upon the continental divide. Outdoor activities available at world class levels. Low crime rate, good education and a great place to raise a family. Competitive benefits.
General surgery practice consisting of three surgeons looking to add another as the senior physician is close to retirement. He plans to stay on for about a year with new physician to help with transition. Call 1:4. Robot trained would be a plus. If surgeon has some vascular training for access grafts for the dialysis community that would also be a plus.