Opportunity for an Otolaryngologist to join another physician in a highly regarded medical group in Northern California, located between San Francisco and Sacramento and 30 minutes from the Napa wine country. This position would be for 3 to 4 days per week.
- Full scope ENT practice
- Established practice
- Weekend Call 1 in 6
- Week day call 2 per week
- Competitive Compensation Package
- Guaranteed Salary 5 Years
- Sign On Bonus
- Relocation Expense Reimbursement
- wRVU Production Bonus
About The Healthcare System:
We are an independent, locally based nonprofit health care system, founded on the notion that the most compassionate care and advanced medicine shouldn't require a patient to travel far from home. Instead, they should be able to find it right where they live.
Since 1960, that is exactly what we've provided. Our system includes two hospitals as well as an ambulatory surgery center. We boast a 100-provider primary and specialty care medical group and are one of three founding partners of a non-profit Health Maintenance Organization that serves thousands of people in Northern California each year. Our two hospitals have earned the coveted Magnet status from the American Nurses Credential Center, for exhibiting exemplary patient care, positive clinical outcomes and innovations in professional nursing practices.
We are the only health care system in Northern California to be a member of the Mayo Clinic Care Network, allowing our physicians access to the most advanced medical care in the nation.
Our specialty services include the county's busiest Level II Trauma Center; Women's and Children's Services, featuring a Level III Neonatal Intensive Care Unit; a Cancer Center; Heart and Vascular Center, (which includes a chest pain center, interventional cardiology and cardiac surgery); the Center for Orthopedics and our center for Neuroscience, designed to provide the most comprehensive care including Primary Stroke Center, neuro-oncology, neurovascular and degenerative spine injuries.
Nestled in the heart of Northern California, amid ro