Gastoenterology SA191611) CFRMC

Company Name:
The Stembridge Agency, LLC
This Regional Medical Center in central Florida is assisting a successful Gastroenterology practice in the Orlando area to recruit a BC/BE Gastroenterologist with excellent clinical skills and a strong work ethic. Fellowship trained in ERCP and EUS is required. Spanish speaking a plus.

This 3 physician practice offers many wonderful opportunities including a strong outpatient emphasis (95% outpatient and 5% inpatient), affiliation with a 200+ bed hospital, strong support staff, beautiful new office space, ownership in successful surgical center, ownership in well-established pathology lab, shared and equal call (1:4), 3 PA's on staff, with a wonderful lifestyle and a beautiful location. Other benefits offered include malpractice coverage, signing bonus, CME time/allowance, health insurance, vacation time, partnership tract. Through a very high standard of care, the founding physician has established a large referral base, which guarantees that any new physician would be busy immediately.

The Hospital is a general medical and surgical hospital with 226 beds. Survey data for the latest year available shows that the hospital had a total of 10,192 admissions.

Known as the "Historic Waterfront Gateway City", our community sits on the southern shore of Lake Monroe at the head of navigation on the St. Johns River. As one of Central Florida's oldest incorporated cities, we are home to brick lined streets, towering oaks, elegant store-fronts and large, nineteenth-century Victorian homes. The downtown, which once featured feed stores and dry good sellers, now showcases antique shops, restaurants and art galleries. Picturesque First Street, the center of downtown, is a vibrant, enticing destination. Events, such as the Saturday morning Farmers Market and jazz concerts in Magnolia Square; theatrical productions at the newly renovated Wayne Densch Performing Arts Center; and the monthly Alive After 5 street parties attract visitors from all over Central Florida.

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