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Orthopaedic Foot and Ankle Surgeon

Employer
St. Luke’s University Health Network
Location
Allentown, Pennsylvania
Closing date
Jan 19, 2025

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Specialty
Surgery, Surgery, Orthopedic
Hours
Full Time
Position Type
Permanent

St. Luke s University Health Network is recruiting a board eligible or board certified, fellowship trained, foot and ankle orthopaedic surgeon for our hospital in Allentown, Pennsylvania. Join a growing orthopaedic department with 1 other highly productive foot and ankle trained orthopaedic surgeon. The area has a large market, with significant opportunities to develop a strong and busy practice that can range from trauma to reconstruction to arthroplasty. St. Luke s Allentown is a teaching hospital. You will work closely with our Orthopaedic residents, and you can participate in research activities if interested. Come work in a supportive and collegial environment at St. Luke s University Hospital in Bethlehem.

In joining St. Luke s University Health Network you ll enjoy:

  • Highly competitive base salary with incentive plan
  • Strong support from our Primary Care Physicians for referrals
  • Sign on bonus and relocation assistance
  • State of the art facilities and offices
  • Well-established reputation in the area
  • Teaching, research, quality improvement and strategic development opportunities

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