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Physician / Urology / Kentucky / Permanent / Urology Opening in Recreation Rich Kentucky Community -

Location
Kentucky
Job Type
Permanent
Posted
3 Sep 2022

Seeking BC/BE urologist to join our team. We currently have one urologist in our community and need to recruit a second as a replacement opening to take care of the patients in our region which has a population of 250,000. We have an established Hospitalist service to handle the urology admissions. Also, newly renovated urology suite and LF Liebel Flarsheim urology table and fluroroscopy along with nurse and tech for all of the urology procedures. Three new sets of HD flexible ureteroscopes along with turp sets. We have two outpatient surgery centers on our medical campus with convenient block scheduling for surgeons. This is an employed practice opportunity with participation in the urology call rotation. The ideal candidate would participate in our Internal Medicine and Family Medicine Residency Program by precepting our resident and students on urology rotations. Service Area:165,271

Recruitment Package may include:

  • Base salary + wRVU production incentive
  • Quality bonus
  • CME allowance
  • Sign-on bonus
  • Medical debt assistance
  • Relocation allowance
  • Residency stipend
  • Health benefits + Retirement plan
  • Marketing + practice growth assistance
Whether you are looking for an outdoor adventure, a concert, a historical tour, or a relaxing evening taking in the beauty of the lake, Somerset is the place to be. County seat of Pulaski County, Somerset was first settled in 1798 and over 60 years later was the site of two Civil War battles. Walking and driving tours as well as interpretative exhibits draw history buffs from all across the country to the Mill Springs National Battlefield Visitor Center and Museum.

Over the years, Somerset changed from a sleepy farming town to a bustling railroad town. Today, we have something for everyone play a round of golf, pick apples at the local orchard, or visit one of our vineyards and enjoy some delicious Kentucky wine. Live concerts abound in local venues and parks, and the award-winning Masters Musicians Festival is now in its 22nd year. We have Blues and Barbeque, free Friday night movies under the stars downtown, popular farmers markets, festivals galore, and Somernites Cruise, the largest classic car event in Kentucky. There are also numerous antique stores, boutiques and shops with beautiful handcrafted items created by local artists. The city is just minutes away from I-75 and a quick drive to Lexington, with Louisville, Nashville and Knoxville only about 2 hours away.

Somerset is a great place for families, with a beautiful public library, great organized sports and a number of creative and visual arts. Somerset Community College offers associate degree programs and curricula for the first two years toward a bachelors degree. SCC offers several technical programs as well, including one of the few aircraft maintenance programs in the United States. In addition, there are seven other colleges and universities within 75 miles of Somerset.

Somerset is the Gateway to Lake Cumberland, the largest man-made lake east of the Mississippi River. Covering more than 63,000 acres with more than 1,200 miles of shoreline, the lake is host to national fishing tournaments and boat races, as well as vacationers and locals who spend leisurely time on a pontoon, houseboat, or fishing boat. Fish for crappie, bass or stripper, go tubing or skiing, or enjoy a thrilling ride on a jet ski. Hike some of the most beautiful trails in the country, go rock climbing at the end of the trail and camp in some of the most picturesque scenery anywhere. Hunting is also a popular sport as are running and biking events.

There are five 18-hole golf courses located in the county as well as two disc golf courses. General Burnside Island State Park, Kentuckys only island state park, and Pulaski County Park offer peaceful retreats for campers, boaters, and fishermen. Just minutes south is Cumberland Falls State Park, known as the Niagara of the South. It boasts the only Moon bow in the Western Hemisphere as well as whitewater rafting, hiking and canoeing. Daniel Boone National Forest also offers exciting outdoor activities with more than 704,000 acres of ridges, ravines, sandstone cliffs and 600 miles of beautiful trails. Somerset is a little bit of heaven for everyone who loves the outdoors.

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Details

  • Job Reference: 703505632-2
  • Date Posted: 3 September 2022
  • Recruiter: Source Medical
  • Location: Kentucky
  • Salary: On Application
  • Sector: Healthcare & Medical
  • Job Type: Permanent