Northwest Georgia/North Metro Atlanta Hospitalist Opportunity
IN Compass Health
304 Turner McCall Blvd
Rome, GA 30165
Healthcare / Health Services
IN Compass Health is seeking qualified, BC/BE Hospitalists to join the experienced team at Floyd Medical Center in Rome, GA. This beautiful 304-bed, not-for-profit hospital is nestled in the foothills of the Appalachian Mountains, just outside of Atlanta. The city of Rome is home to the historic Berry College and maintains a small-town feel while offering the entertainment of a big city. Floyd Medical Center offers strong specialty back up support in conjunction with the large, multi-specialty, Harbin Clinic. Floyd medical center is also home to a Family Medicine residency program, although this is not a teaching hospitalist program.
2017 graduates encouraged to apply. H-1B sponsorships available.
• Full sub-specialty support
• Code response handled by the residency service
• Average of 16-18 encounters per shift
• Flexible scheduling available
• Highly competitive compensation
• Quality bonus based on Value-Based Purchasing
• Sign on and Relocation bonuses available
• Malpractice coverage with tail provided
• CME stipend available
Contact us Today for details:
800-309-2632 or HospitalistCareers@incompasshealth.com
Employer Contact Information
IN Compass Health
318 Maxwell Road
IN Compass Health, Inc. develops and manages hospitalist programs for institutions and physician communities around the country. As one of the premier hospitalist providers in the nation, since our founding in 2001 we have delivered more than 50 programs in 14 states serving over 1,000 patients each day.
Love taking care of patients but hate the business side of private practice? Looking for a satisfying clinical environment that lets you balance your medical and your personal life?
Fulfill your professional goals by becoming a hospitalist with IN Compass Health. Our executive leaders have been practicing hospitalists for more than 20 years and know the challenges physicians face today. Our physician turnover rate is low even though hospitalists are in demand across the country. We know how to put together a hospitalist program that is satisfying yet challenging for practitioners.