Health Park Medical Center | Fort Myers, FL
OBHG Hospitalists are the in-house experts whose ability to handle any OB emergency dramatically improves patient safety and satisfaction.
This opportunity involves working collaboratively with local obstetricians to ensure that every pregnant woman who presents to the hospital is cared for by an experienced physician every time. We are seeking OB/GYNs with exceptional clinical and communication skills, a passion for healthcare quality improvement, and a desire to shape the future of our specialty.
As a clinician-centered company, OBHG provides unparalleled support and resources and superior work/life balance. Full-time Hospitalists have the freedom to create their own schedules typically seven 24-hour shifts per month with no on-call duty or office management.
Our Hospitalist positions offer:
- Competitive compensation (Est. FT comp $273,000 to $312,000 year)
- Full benefits: Medical, dental, vision & Rx benefits (5+ shifts)
- CME allowance
- 401k employer match
- Paid NICA / Malpractice insurance with tail coverage
- NO State Income Tax
- Work-Life Balance
Join our growing national network of highly skilled obstetricians nearly 700 strong. OBHG programs offer a variety of work options including full time, part time, back up and travel opportunities. Looking to advance your OB career? Clinical/professional leadership positions are available at many of our locations across the United States.
Healthpark Medical Center is a full-service facility with 267 beds that has served the Fort Myers community since 1991. It is home to level II and level III NICU, an 18-bed obstetrics special care unit, labor and delivery suites, and mother-baby post-partum rooms.
OBHG has increased the physician coverage at HealthPark with two Hospitalist on staff per 24 Hr. Shift.
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