Houston Area H ospital is growing and is seeking a Board Certified or Board Eligible Infectious Disease Physician
to join its specialty Physician Group. Enjoy the benefits of the latest equipment and an experienced staff and join the number one ranked hospital system in Texas by US News and World Report. This 392 licensed bed hospital with 18 operating rooms, and over 1,400 employees, brings Medical Center excellence and quality care. Compensation & Benefits:
- Excellent compensation package
- Medical, dental & vision insurance
- Life & disability insurance
- Retirement plans
About the Medical Center:
As one of the nation s leading hospitals and academic medical centers we have brought together some of the nation s leading experts in multiple specialties to serve our patients. These specialists not only provide excellent clinical care, but are on the forefront of research, developing leading-edge technologies and treatments, and teaching the medical pioneers of tomorrow. This combination of clinical service, research and academics ensures patients have access to the latest in treatments and technologies while providing the best in comprehensive patient care. Established as a non-profit corporation and certified by the Texas State Board of Medical Examiners, we enable physicians to maintain autonomy with respect to their clinical practice while growing their practice within an academic environment.
About the Area:
Houston, the nation s fourth largest city, was named the Best City in America by Business Insider in 2013. It is a diverse, sophisticated locale offering a thriving cultural scene and is located less than an hour from the beaches of the Gulf. Your dollar goes further in Houston, Texas according to the 2013 Cost of Living Index, Houston has the third lowest overall cost of living among the nation s 20 most populous metropolitan areas.
There's a spectacular range of ethnic cuisines, fantastic seafood, and great barbecue. Houston has particularly excellent Vietnamese food due to a massive expatriate population, which was partially drawn by the large seafood industry. There's great Mexican food, and a strong Cajun presence due to the proximity of New Orleans and the many people who came after Katrina and stayed. And don't forget barbecue, because this is Texas after all, at places like Goode Compan