WellSpan Health is a nationally recognized, integrated health system that serves the communities of south-central Pennsylvania and northern Maryland. The organization includes more than 1,600 employed providers, eight well-respected hospitals, and more than 200 patient care locations.
WellSpan Digestive Health is a collegial group of 23 gastroenterologists and 15 advanced practice providers at 6 practices providing comprehensive GI care across our region. We are currently seeking BC/BE Gastroenterologists at several of our locations due to expanding demand. This is a fantastic opportunity for general gastroenterologists, and we would welcome those with niche interests including IBD and hepatology. ERCP trained physicians welcomed but not required. We encourage new graduates and seasoned providers to explore our practice options. Bring a friend!
Highlights of a GI Career with WellSpan include:
- Great work-life balance with comfortable call schedule
- Flexible schedule options including 4-day work week
- Engaged staff with collegial work environment
- 24/7 hospitalist coverage, with strong collaborative support
- Teaching, quality improvement and strategic development opportunities
- Robust internal referral network
- EPIC EMR
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Our Commitment to You:
- Physician-designed compensation model
- Signing bonus with relocation expenses
- Generous CME allowance
- Excellent benefits package including health and dental insurance
- Retirement savings plan
- Malpractice coverage including tail
About the Community:
Conveniently situated within a short drive of major cities like Philadelphia, Baltimore and Washington, D.C., WellSpan Health s service area is made up of a diverse mix of welcoming communities that you will love to call home. South Central Pennsylvania offers an idyllic blend of unique cities and towns including Lancaster, York, Gettysburg, Lebanon, Chambersburg and Waynesboro.