Be a part of an exciting new GI division at Rapides Regional Medical Center in Alexandria, Louisiana, an attractive community of approximately 70,000 including Pineville, located in central Louisiana. Rapides Regional Medical Center, a 328-bed, award winning facility, is seeking a general gastroenterologist with subspecialty interest (liver, IBD, motility) to join a growing employed practice. At Rapides Regional Medical Center you will have the opportunity to help create a GI practice suited to your needs and skill sets and also have the quality of life you desire.
Alexandria is an attractive, family oriented community located in Central Louisiana. In addition to excellent schools, two universities, beautiful neighborhoods, museums, cultural events, festivals and a welcoming diverse community; the area is also referred to as “Sportsman’s Paradise” with lakes, beautiful golf courses, biking trails, hunting, fishing and water sports to enjoy. You will also find easy access to larger cities, such as Houston, Dallas in less than an hour utilizing beautiful AEX airport to connect you to U. S. destinations or international travel. Enjoy a low cost of living, no long commutes and a welcoming community, making this a wonderful place to call home and have a successful career in healthcare.
Physician applicants must be ABIM Certified and Certified or Eligible in Gastroenterology.
Very competitive compensation including 4 weeks of vacation and 1 week CME. Full benefits are included in addition to relocation expenses.
This position includes a faculty appointment through Tulane School of Medicine if qualified; with the potential to teach GI fellows in the future.
Internal Number: J-031239
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