Urology opening in , Kentucky.
Regional Medical Center, located in Northern Kentucky, is seeking a Urologist to join a busy hospital-employed practice. Inherit a loyal patient base with a built-in referral network! This position has tremendous upside growth potential from two hospitals with an approximate 90,000 population catch basin, providing medical services to a seven-county area. This location is conveniently located 1 hour from Lexington, KY, and Cincinnati, OH. Your Practice: - Busy turnkey practice conveniently located on hospital campus - Help transition the practice by inheriting a loyal patient base from a retiring practitioner with a built-in referral network - Newly remodeled hospital OR changing area - APRN support in practice.
Recruitment Package may include:
About Regional Medical Center:
- Very high-income potential
- The call is 10 days per month
- Clinic EMR - EClinical
- Hospital EMR - Meditech
- Hours are 8-5
- Surgery is done on Tuesday
- They have one NP
- Loan repayment
- Marketing + practice growth assistance
- Residency Stipend
- Medical Director Stipend
- Salary Guarantee with RVU bonus
- Quality bonus
- CME 2500
- 25 Days PTO
- Leadership Opportunities
Located along the south banks of the Ohio River in northeastern Kentucky and less than an hour from Cincinnati, Maysville is one of the state's best-kept secrets, offering plenty of small-town charm with easy access to the amenities of metropolitan amenities.
Regional Medical Center provides high-quality inpatient and outpatient services to five counties in Kentucky and two in Ohio, at its 100-bed acute care facility and physician practices. The hospital is accredited by The Joint Commission and is a five-time Thomson 100 Top Hospitals award winner.
Founded in the early nineteenth century as a river town, this community is the fastest-growing industrial and service center in northeastern Kentucky and boasts a school system that consistently ranks in the state s top 10. The city features a plethora of touring, dining and shopping opportunities, and offers a charming living-history community of log cabins, antique and gift shops, museums, and a historic tavern.
The area is home to a number of recreational pursuits, including ATV, dirt bike and horseback riding; riverboat rides on the Ohio River; the County Recreation Park; and the northern terminus of a National Forest, which offers quiet retreat among more than 600 miles of trails, winding rivers and gentle streams, including the 269-mile National Recreation Trail.