Pulmonary, Critical Care and Sleep Medicine Opportunity
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Mercy Medical Center – Sioux City has two excellent full time employment opportunities for Board Certified or Board Eligible Pulmonary Critical Care Medicine physicians who are able to practice Sleep Medicine to join a full spectrum practice located in Sioux City, Iowa.
These opportunities are hospital employed and the providers will practicing in a single hospital. The Pulmonary/Critical Care service at Mercy Medical Center – Sioux City has an established referral base and draws almost 300K people. The selected providers will rotate through a high acuity ICU service and Pulmonary Services. This is a full service Hospital and is the regions only Level 2 Trauma Center.
Experienced physicians as well as physicians who will or who have recently completed their training are encouraged to apply.
This opportunity is able to sponsor H-1B visa and J-1 waiver candidates.
This is an exciting opportunity for the right Pulmonary Critical Care physicians to be part of Mercy Medical Center – Sioux City.
A competitive salary and benefits package is being offered for the right candidate including:
- Generous salary and Sign on Bonus
- Support from Advanced Nurse Practitioners.
- $4000 CME allowance and paid relocation expenses.
- Benefits also include Health, Dental, Vision, Life, Disability, Malpractice, Tail coverage, 401(K) plus hospital matches and deferred account.
- Cerner EMR with plans to transition to EPIC in the future.
ABOUT THE FACILITY
Mercy Medical Center - Sioux City is a mission-guided hospital, committed to providing superior quality and service and to caring for all those in need. Mercy - Sioux City provides a full continuum of wellness, primary, acute and tertiary services, serving a 33-county area of Iowa, Nebraska and South Dakota.
Mercy Medical Center - Sioux City has received national recognition for its leadership in providing quality care to cardiac, orthopedic, vascular, stroke and oncology patients. Mercy-Sioux City also has the only Level II Trauma Center in Western Iowa, and provides a vital, lifesaving link to rural areas via Mercy Air Care, the hospital's helicopter ambulance service.
Mercy has earned more national recognition for quality patient outcomes than any other hospital in the region. The medical center has earned multiple honors for its leadership and excellence in several clinical areas including cardiac care, orthopedic services, vascular surgery, stroke care and cancer care.
In addition to the 287-staffed bed medical center, Mercy Medical Center - Sioux City owns rural hospitals in Primghar, Iowa, and Oakland, Nebraska, and operates a primary care clinic network, specialty care clinics and home health services. It also partners with other community healthcare providers to sponsor a regional cancer center, paramedic services, hospice services, a freestanding surgery center and a variety of other health services. Mercy-Sioux City also manages community hospitals in Hawarden, Iowa, and Pender, Nebraska, several rural primary care clinics and a long-term care facility.
For more information on Mercy Medical Center – Sioux City, visit our website http://www.mercysiouxcity.com.
Mercy Health Network (MHN) was founded in 1998 under a joint operating agreement between two of the largest Catholic, not-for-profit health organizations in the United States: Trinity Health, based in Livonia, Michigan and Catholic Health Initiatives, based in Denver, Colorado.
Sioux City, Iowa, is a family friendly community of approximately 120,000 residents located in the center of America’s heartland, at the junction of the States of Iowa, Nebraska, and South Dakota. Sioux City is a vibrant, mid-sized city, with an unmatched low cost of living and is an excellent place to raise a family. Sioux City is known for its excellent school system with a graduation rate between 95% and 100% and very high ACT scores. Higher education is further marked with two 4-year universities in the area and a nationally recognized university and medical school within 30 minutes. The area has countless outdoor activities including hunting, fishing, boating, tennis, aquatic center and swimming pools, 56 public parks, 11 golf courses including an Arnold Palmer designed golf course and country club, soccer and baseball fields. Sioux City is just one hour away from larger cities such as Omaha, Nebraska, and Sioux Falls, South Dakota.
For more information on Sioux City, Iowa, please visit https://www.sioux-city.org.
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