Surgery Advanced Laparoscopic
HCA Healthcare Medical Center is seeking to recruit a minimally invasive surgeon for a large surgical practice based near the Texas Medical Center of Houston.
- Fellowship trained minimally invasive surgeon interested in bariatrics focused practice.
- Ability to obtain or maintain an active Texas medical license.
- Board certified physician in good standing, or board eligible resident/fellow.
- HCA will provide financial support to the incoming physician recruit, including salary support in year 1 of practice.
- HCA will provide both start up expense support, along with incremental monthly expense support.
- Potential path to partnership for incoming surgeon.
About the Practice/Hospital:
- Practice currently made up of 3 full time surgeons, and enjoys a tremendous reputation in the community.
- The practice offers a full range of bariatric surgery and non-surgical weight loss procedures, including gastric sleeve, gastric bypass, endoscopic sleeve gastroplasty (ESG), and gastric balloon.
- In addition, the practice specializes in treating obesity, which is understood is a chronic disease, as well as helping patients who need to lose as little as 20 pounds.
- HCA Houston Healthcare Medical Center has a history of meeting the growing health needs and expectations of the communities we serve since 1975. Today, as a part of one of the largest healthcare systems in Houston, that commitment remains as strong as ever.
- Conveniently located in the heart of the Houston Museum District, we are proud to show our continuous commitment to the Greater Houston area and the future of healthcare through campus updates, state-of-the-art technology, and access to advanced surgical capabilities. Our 18-bed emergency room is open 24/7, with specially trained physicians, nurses and staff that provide exceptional care for urgent, life-threatening situations. We also offer two intensive care units: our surgical intensive care unit (SICU) and our medical intensive care unit (MICU), which provide expert care for our most critical patients.