Job #2157 AJob Description:
Florida - Pediatrics
Coastal Major Florida area seeks a Pediatrician for Outpatient
Coastal Major Florida area is seeking to hire two BC/BE Pediatricians with a clean databank and no significant malpractice history to work in one of their 5 offices. They will consider providers who have a current FL License and preferably are ready to go.
The provider will be working solo seeing approx. 35 patients per day. Office hours can be 8:00am-4:00pm, 8:30am-4:30pm or 9:00am-5:00pm Monday-Friday. No newborns and no hospital. After hour calls are triaged and will only be forwarded to the provider if absolutely necessary. No scripts ordered during the evening or weekends. Provider will utilize the hospitalist group who are available 24/7. EMR will be in place by the end of the year.
Competitive compensation and benefits package including: Health, Dental, Vision, Malpractice, 401(k) with matching from day 1, all fees, dues and subscriptions, vacation, plus much more. Third year, provider will share in profits and have an option to buy-in partnership.
There are a number of reasons why our region is such an attractive place to live. These include having a wonderful climate, high-profile sports and recreation, rich arts and entertainment, affordable housing and various retail shopping destinations.
Whether you have the desire to shop, an ear for music or an attitude for action, this coastal, major Florida metro is an oasis for residents. Home to the Southeast’s largest modern and contemporary art museum, endless miles of beautiful beaches and sparkling, translucent waters, cultural pursuits from cool jazz to hot clubs and a remarkable concentration of high-end and ethnically diverse restaurants, Jacksonville offers visitors the true spirit of Northeast Florida with marvelous meals, flamboyant exhibits, peaceful landscapes and gorgeous gardens.
It is also ranked in the top for “Best Cities for Relocating Families.” The region offers some of the most affordable housing prices in Florida. There are a variety of housing options, depending on your preferred location and style of home.
This coastal major Florida area is home to more than 380 public, private and parochial schools, many of them nationally ranked for their academic achievement. Each year more than 225,000 students attend award-winning schools ranging in size from the 20th largest school system in the nation with 124,000 students to small-town education systems with as few as 4,900 students.
From cancer treatment options to innovative organ transplants, Northeast Florida offers a wide range of advanced medical services. The area is home to a number of hospitals that are ranked in the nation’s top 100 and is one of only three locations in the nation for the renowned Mayo Clinic.
Our moderate year-round climate and access to the Atlantic Ocean and the St. Johns River continually afford residents the opportunity to experience the outdoors for exercise and recreation.
And don’t assume that Northeast Florida is prone to hurricane activity, because our geography places us in a protected location. As the westernmost location on the East Coast, it is actually the least likely place on the Atlantic or Gulf Coasts to experience a hurricane.
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