Micro Plastic Surgery Need for Hopewell, VA
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John Randolph Medical Center, Hopewell, VA
John Randolph Medical Center, established in 1915, is located in Hopewell, about 30 minutes south of Richmond. Our clinical services reflect the warmth and personalized atmosphere of a small-town hospital, with the sophistication and cutting-edge technology commonly found only in much larger urban hospitals. At the heart of healthcare at John Randolph is the desire to offer access to a broad range of high-quality services - from obstetrics and behavioral health to oncology and cardiac care.
John Randolph Medical Center is a licensed, 271-bed facility, offering acute care inpatient and outpatient services, as well as long-term care. Staffed and managed by neighbors and friends, the hospital provides compassionate care and focuses on what's important to the community it serves.
Job SummaryExcellent opportunity to join a local Plastic Surgery practice that has been serving the residents of Central Virginia since 2007, offering a wide range of plastic surgery procedures and non-surgical rejuvenation treatments. The practice currently has 2 surgeons and recruiting a 3rd seasoned surgeon to join the practice in 2017.
The incoming candidate must be proficient in micro surgery, preferably fellowship trained. Must be able to easily do a DIEP flap, SGAP, TGAP and TUG flaps. Experience in peripheral nerve surgery is a bonus. The physician must be a self-starter and motivated to build a practice.
Experience a positive, professional work environment in a top tier facility located in one of the most livable cities in America. Richmond was recently voted by Forbes Magazine as one of the top 10 Best Places for Business and Careers. The city has a metropolitan population of approximately one million residents. Richmond is a city deep in history with terrific neighborhoods, museums and festivals year round. The city also boasts the first state-supported art museum in the United States and the Southeast's largest museum - the Virginia Museum of Fine Arts. With easy access to Interstates 95 and 64, Washington, D.C., Virginia's beaches and the Blue Ridge Mountains are less than two hours away. In the city you will find a wealth of small-town charm and big-city amenities woven into a landscape catering to all walks of life. The area enjoys four distinct seasons, including one of the most remarkable displays of fall foliage along the Eastern seaboard.