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I founded my private gyn-only practice in Reno in 1999 (http://www.womenswellnesscenterreno.com/), and it has grown steadily but now is exploding in volume due to rapidly growing population and retirement of community doctors. Despite hiring new nurse practitioners, we are unable to meet new patient demand for services. I am a solo practitioner with one full time and two part time nurse practitioners. We see over a hundred new patients monthly and are booked out for months. Our office provides a family-friendly flexible workplace with emphasis on leading a balanced life. We have a stable, happy and efficient staff, including in-house billing.
My emphasis has been in integrative medicine, customized menopausal management and bioidentical hormone therapy, but I do general gynecological surgery and office procedures, including endometrial ablations and hysteroscopy. Patients needing robotics, urogyn and pelvic floor reconstruction are referred out and have to wait months to be seen as there is unmet need for these services in Reno. I would like to retire from surgery sometime in the next few years and would ideally like to have a partner with focus on surgery but will also consider other candidates and have space for two more doctors. While most of my patients prefer a female provider, they would be happy to see a male for surgery. One of my nurse practitioners has special training in sex counseling, mindfulness meditation instruction and aesthetic injections.
We have an excellent local gyn-oncologist who is almost always available, and we also have readily available back up from other surgical specialties at our four local hospitals. As I am hopefully headed for retirement in the next few years, I would like to transition my large practice and happy staff to other providers. I am in a weekend-only call group with 4 gyn-only physicians, and if you join us, the call group would be even larger; call responsibilities are minimal. Compensation is negotiable but will likely need to be based on percentage of production rather than salary. Buy-out arrangements are also negotiable.
Reno was recently ranked number 6 in a list of desirable small cities in which to live. We are on the eastern slope of the Sierra with abundant 4-season outdoor recreational opportunities, and since we are only 10 miles from the California border and 30 miles from Lake Tahoe, we like to call ourselves the best part of California — but with NO STATE TAX! In addition, we are 3-4 hours drive to the San Francisco Bay Area and California Coast. It is a safe city and an excellent place to raise a family. Recent growth of local industry, such as the main Tesla plant, have contributed to an explosion of growth, yet traffic remains very reasonable compared to California. If you would like to give up the stress of obstetrics and enjoy a more balanced and healthy lifestyle, this may be the change you need.
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