Internal Medicine Employed Opportunity in the Beautiful Ozarks Missouri
Our clients Medical Center is seeking a BE/BC Internal Medicine Physician (Traditional or Outpatient only) to service patients at one of our 7 Rural Health Clinics in south central Missouri and one in north central Arkansas. Clinics are located in West Plains, MO, Alton, MO; Gainesville, MO; Mammoth Springs, AR; Mountain Grove, MO; Mountain View, MO; Winona, MO and Thayer, MO. All clinics are within 50 miles of West Plains. OMC also owns an Urgent Care Clinic located in West Plains, MO. Physicians have the option to work at more than one clinic and have the flexibility to work/live at various clinics/towns where they feel would best fit their professional and personal needs.
All clinics are Rural Health Clinics and located in undeserved areas. Therefore, Physicians can qualify for student loan support provided by the National Health Service Corps and Ozarks Medical Center. OMC does accept J-1 and H-1-B applicants. We are also located in the Delta Regional Authority which has no limit on J-1 waivers and there is no waiver application deadline.
- Competitive salary based on MGMA standards
- Generous sign on bonus and relocation reimbursement offered
- Up to $4,500 for CME?s and professional license fees, dues and journals.
- We provide Malpractice at $2 mill per occurrence/ $6 mill aggregate. This is a claims made policy. If Physician completes term of agreement, OMC will provide tail coverage.
- Benefits include: health, dental, vision, life, long and short term disability, AD&D,
- Very reasonable health insurance, non-smoker employee rate is $22.00/month. Family rate: $154/month.
- 403-B matching up to 3% after one year.
- 457 plan ?Top Hat Plan? max contribution of $18,000 per year.
West Plains, MO, located in south central Missouri, is nestled within the ?Heart of the Ozarks?, (near Springfield & Branson, MO). Whether you?re looking for big city conveniences, entertainment and amenities or the appeal of small town values and charms ? an A-Plus education for your children or a place to build your practice and watch it grow ? you?ll find it here, in West Plains.
West Plains is the county seat of Howell County and has a population of 12,000. This is a 7.7% increase since 2000. The largest city within a 100-mile radius, West Plains is the trade center for south-central Missouri. More than 125,00 people shop in the area and retail sales have averaged an 8 percent growth rate annually, pumping 225 million dollars into the local economy.
West Plains, Mo. has been selected as one of America?s 10 Best Small Towns in 2013 by Livability.com, a national website that ranks America?s most livable small and mid-sized cities based on quality of life. Livability.com referenced West Plains? ability to attract ?nature lovers, entrepreneurs and families who are searching for an authentic small town? as one of the reasons for its selection. It also mentioned the city?s Ozarks Small Business Incubator and its Governor?s Award recognition, the city?s extensive park system, the historic downtown Courthouse Square, the West Plains Civic Center, the city?s antique stores, the annual Old Time Music/Ozark Heritage Festival, and its proximity to rivers, lakes and streams.
The West Plains School District received 56.0 of 56.0 points or 100.0% for Academic Achievement for the 2015 LEA Annual Performance Summary Report MSIP 5. West Plains High School Biology scores for the spring 2015 testing window were identified as the top 10% of the state for the 2015 LEA Annual Performance Summary Report MSIP 5. West Plains schools remain among the top 10 mathematics schools in Missouri.
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