Hospitalist - FM or IM Job Listing at FCA Healthcare in WI (Job ID fcahealthcare-3256)

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Location: WI
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Hospitalist - FM or IM
Location: Wisconsin
Job Order Number: 4230-1920-03
# of openings: 1


Small healthcare system located inSouth-Central Wisconsinis seeking a BE/BC IM/Peds or Family Medicine physician to work full-time as a hospitalist.This position will work Monday through Friday 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. one week, and Monday through Thursday 5 p.m. to 8 a.m. the alternate week. There is the possibility of some weekend rotations. This is an excellent opportunity to join a growing hospitalist department that offers flexibility in scheduling and the opportunity to help develop the department. The ideal candidate will be comfortable seeing children and adults in both med/surg and ICU settings. This full time position offers a competitive salary, and excellent benefits package.

This is a vibrant small city located inSouth-Central Wisconsin. One of only two cities in North America situated on an isthmus (the other is Seattle). The areais defined by its five lakes and is consistently ranked as a top community in which to live, work, play, and raise a family.

Through a combination of factors, the city has more to offer than might be expected from a metropolitan area of about 600,000. There are many excellent restaurants, an active theater community, lots of music, and good shopping, yet the city is just minutes from the beautiful rural countryside.
National groups and magazines rank the city highly for being a very bike-friendly city, a great place to raise a family, having a healthy and fit population, and an overall quality of life. It is a melting pot of the Midwest. You''ll find professionals, students, families, hippies, musicians and everything in between. I t has a vibrant nightlife scene with lots of live music and pubs. It shares many qualities of other well-known college towns like Berkeley and Austin—a creative and educated population—but retains a small-town feel.
The weather is typical of the Midwest: warm and humid in summer, often very cold in winter, and temperate spring and fall conditions.

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