Family Practice w/OB
Exodus healthcare Network - Magna Center for Family Medicine
Dynamic, successful, mission-driven and customer-focused Family Practice and Urgent Care Centers seek to add high-quality, team-oriented physicians to current staff of 10 providers in locations of West Valley and Magna. Obstetrics is desired but not required. The Exodus Healthcare Network two locations provide an ideal setting for a physician who wants the attributes of a “small town” private practice with the amenities and health care resources of a major urban center close at hand. A new provider would have the benefits of a loyal and experienced professional staff, a well-established patient base, a contemporary private practice setting, and state-of-the-art Electronic Medical Records.
Competitive guaranteed salary Year I as employee with incentive for production; in Year II, salary is based on production. Top benefits, malpractice insurance, retirement plan, and assistance from IASIS Health Care for moving expenses and salary if needed. Fast-track option to partnership optional.
Please send resume to: Heidi Jeffries, Human Resources Manager, (801) 250-9638 ext. 252 email@example.com Brian Zehnder, MD, Medical Director, (801) 250-9638 firstname.lastname@example.org
During the past year, the Salt Lake-Ogden area of which Magna and West Valley is a part was ranked as the fifth best place to live in North America by Places Rated Almanac. For the Magna area and the whole Salt Lake Valley area the future looks bright. Combining an enviable lifestyle with population growth and solid economic growth, Magna and West Valley City are well positioned for the future. Magna was first settled in 1851 and was first called Pleasant Green. Later the community was renamed Magna, meaning big or magnificent. Copper mining began in the mountains near Magna in 1906. Magna is a community of 19,000 with several large industries located close by: Kennecott Copper and Alliant. Magna is approximately 17 miles from downtown Salt Lake City.