Posted

30+ days ago

Location

Lufkin, TX

Description

Woodland Heights Medical Center is seeking additional BC/BE Internists for EMPLOYMENT.

  • Employment possible with competitive base salary and productivity incentives
  • Area practices currently closed to new patients because of existing patient base, a number of IMs are nearing retirement, & an undersupply of IMs in the area means there’s plenty of unmet demand 
  • Hospital Call may be 1:4 or 1:5 depending on which call group the new physicians join
  • Outpatient only practice is also possible
  • Various office spaces available in town
      
    Lufkin, with a local population of almost 40,000 and a service area population approaching 200,000, offers the safety, security and low crime rates of a home-town community with many amenities. Lufkin has much to offer:

  • 90 minutes to Houston metro area and George Bush Intercontinental Airport 
  • Lufkin’s daily population influx to almost 100,000 (due to its identity as a regional business and commerce hub) means there are many services and entertainments not normally found in a city its size. 
  • The area is a fishermen’s and hunters’ paradise boasting all kinds of outdoor activities, including a golf course consistently ranked among the best in Texas.

    Woodland Heights Medical Center will be offering a competitive recruitment package that may include:

  • Competitive base salary with productivity incentives & full employee benefits
  • Sign-on and/or commencement bonus
  • Relocation and CME expenses
  • Medical education stipend for current residents and/or
  • Loan repayment assistance

    Remember, Texas is a Tort Reform State and has No Personal Income Tax!


About the Company

Community Health Systems, LLC

Community Health Systems, Inc. is a non-profit 501 (c) (3) 330 HRSA Grantee with Federally Qualified Health Center (FQHC) status. Established from the roots of Inland Empire Community Health Center in Bloomington, CHSI has grown with community health centers in the counties of Riverside, San Bernardino, and San Diego. These centers have been developed in accordance with standards established for safety net providers by the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (HHS), the Health Resources Services Administration (HRSA), the Public Health Service (PHS), and the Bureau of Primary Health Care (BPHC).

As such, services are offered to the neediest in each community - the un-insured and under-insured, the working poor, those with limited ability to pay, the homeless, and the indigent. Services are provided at discounted (sliding fee scale) rates for those who qualify based on gross annual income and family size.

Company Size

10,000 employees or more

Industry

Healthcare Services

Founded

1985

Website

http://www.chs.net/