Internal Medicine Physician to join Group
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Fawcett Memorial Hospital, Port Charlotte, FL
Fawcett Memorial Hospital is a 238-bed, full-service acute care hospital serving Charlotte County and the surrounding areas since 1975. Port Charlotte is located where the Peace River meets the Gulf of Mexico, just north of Fort Myers and south of Sarasota. Numerous waterfront communities, art and cultural programs, spring training and pristine nature year-round, make it a beautiful Florida destination.
Fawcett features a new, state-of-the-art open heart surgery program. Clinical specialties include 24-hour emergency care center, accredited Community Cancer Program, Advanced Primary Stroke Center, accredited Chest Pain Center, Joint Commission certified Orthopedic and Spine Center, wound and hyperbaric medicine, minimally invasive surgery, CARF accredited inpatient rehabilitation, and many outpatient programs.
The hospital is one of the largest employers in the community, with more than1,000 employees and 300 physicians on staff. More than 70,000 patients were treated there in 2014. For more information, visit www.FawcettHospital.com.
Job SummaryPrimary Care Physician needed for group practice on the Gulf Coast of Florida
Large Primary Care Practice that has been in the community for 15+ years is seeking another Internal Medicine Physician to join one of their office locations in Port Charlotte/Punta Gorda Florida.
Physicians will be only seeing office based patients – outpatient only forty hours a week. Group Hospitalist will admit patients to facility when needed.
Excellent benefits package – 401K, Vacation, Medical/Dental benefits for candidate and family and competitive salary for the area.
Qualified candidates must be Board Eligible or Board Certified in Internal Medicine and have the ability to obtain a Fl. Medical License
The city of Punta Gorda is a historic town that lies along beautiful Charlotte Harbor. Streets lined with huge royal palms, beautifully restored period homes with wide verandas, brick lanes, street lamps and benches leave an almost tangible old-Florida atmosphere. Nearly everything is waterfront here from hotels and shopping to parks and fine dining.
The small city is one of the most bicycle friendly towns in the U.S. With bike paths connecting nearly all of the city, and a climate that screams to be outdoors, many residents make bicycles their go-to mode of transportation. No Bike? No Problem. A bike loaner program exists at various locations throughout the city where visitors can borrow a bike at no charge.