South Baldwin Regional Medical Center is seeking a board certified/board eligible OB/GYN to join several providers in a single-specialty practice.
- Hospital-Owned/Employed Opportunity
- Robotics Required
- Normal OB & Advanced GYN cases
- Current Inpatient Call is 1:4
- Office Space next to Hospital campus
- New Grads Welcome to Apply
Comprehensive Financial Package that may include all of the following:
- Competitive Salary based on MGMA guidelines
- Incentive Bonus based on WRUVs
- Medical Education Debt Assistance
- Residency/Fellowship Stipend (if applicable)
- Relocation Expenses
- Vacation, Health, Dental, Vision benefits
- Licensure, Dues, Subscriptions
South Baldwin Regional Medical Center is your community healthcare provider, a 112-bed facility offering inpatient, outpatient, emergency, diagnostic and surgical care. SBRMC is currently undergoing a 225-million-dollar expansion and renovation project to be completed in 2024! Upon completion, hospital will be home to 142 beds, 10 operating suites, and endoscopy center of excellence, women’s and children’s floor and much more! We believe in the power of people to create great care. We're 650 healthcare professionals strong. We are the proud recipients of many awards, including the Press Ganey Summit Award, The Joint Commission's Top Performer in Key Quality Measures and Modern Healthcare Best Places to Work. And we work hard every day to be a place of healing, caring and connection for patients and families in the community we call home.
Ask anyone who lives, works, or plays in South Baldwin County, and they will tell you that the quality of life here is one of the best in the state of Alabama and in the South. With a record of phenomenal and well-managed growth; deep roots in the agricultural, fishing, timber, and tourism industries; outstanding natural resources, recreational opportunities and tourist attractions; and acclaimed educational and cultural programs, South Baldwin is the kind of place people don't want to leave.
Foley prides itself on its hometown atmosphere and progressive attitude. On Foley's downtown streets, people stop to talk to each other and congregate at a quaint soda fountain. The neighborhoods that grow in all directions from the intersection of highways 59 and 98 are a series of neat blocks lined with ancient oak trees shading wide streets. Visitors are welcomed by John B. Foley Park, which centers on a fountain and is hung with flowering baskets. Bargain hunters flock to the Tanger Outlet Center's more than 120 stores and to Foley's antique malls.
Foley's attractions also include the farmers and fishermen markets, Graham Creek Nature Preserve, various parks, and water activities, just 10 miles from the beautiful beaches of Gulf Shores and Orange Beach, Alabama.