- St. Luke's Hospital
- Duluth, Minnesota
- Closing date
- Mar 5, 2024
- Full Time
- Position Type
St. Luke's Hospital is a DNV accredited, 267-bed regional Level II Trauma Center with a hospital in Duluth and primary and specialty clinics throughout the region. St. Luke's serves patients using the best medical technology available and with the highest level of compassion. Our physicians live our mission: The Patient. Above All Else.
St. Luke's regional healthcare organization is seeking a top-notch BC/BE Endocrinologist to join their well established and thriving practice of 1 physician and 1 advanced practice provider. If you are an individual that has a passion for patient-centered care, willingness to work in a collegial atmosphere and are focused on clinical excellence this is a position for you!
- Patient volume: average 15/day
- 4-day work week; 1 administrative day
- Option to see some patients via telemedicine.
- Well-established program with a large referral base.
- Bread and butter endocrinology with collaborative support from primary care and other sub-specialties. Includes thyroid, parathyroid, in-office ultrasound, weight management.
- St. Luke’s is a qualifier for the Public Service Loan Forgiveness Program
- Clinic Staff: Clinical assistants and a Nurse Practitioner
- 6-7 diabetes educators: they cover hospital and clinic; also manage pumps
- Call Schedule: 1:2 (one week at a time). Calls are rare.
- Optional: DEXA reading, weight management
Extremely competitive salary enhanced by an attractive benefits package including medical malpractice coverage, 401 K, pension, relocation allowance and more!
St. Luke's Hospital employed position
Location: Duluth, MN
Duluth area population: 145,000
Service area: 492,000
Nestled on the shores of Lake Superior, Duluth is the region's medical, cultural, entertainment, educational, banking and retail center, serving northeast Minnesota, northwest Wisconsin, upper Michigan and southern Ontario, Canada. Cultural activities include the acclaimed Duluth/Superior Symphony Orchestra, professional Minnesota Ballet Company, Duluth Play House, Duluth Art Institute, Duluth Entertainment Convention Center, and Great Lakes Aquarium.
Recreational opportunities abound, including fishing, camping, golfing, hiking, boating, downhill and cross-country skiing, snowmobiling, and skating. Our community is home to the College of St. Scholastica, the University of Minnesota Duluth, Lake Superior College, Fond du Lac Community College and, across the bay, the University of Wisconsin-Superior.
Duluth also has 22 public schools, three charter schools, one private school and four parochial schools. The city's harbor welcomes more than 1,000 ocean-going and Great Lakes freighters annually. The physician population is more than 400. One in every seven residents is employed in health care and Duluth is rated first in the U.S. for quality health care among communities of similar size. It has 50 restaurants in the downtown area alone and maintains 23 city parks, sculpture and rose gardens. Duluth was rated by Money Magazine as one of the top four Midwestern small cities, based on livability.
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