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Job Descriptionkey qualifications licenses and certifications TX License minimum education MD, DO languages English company Operating since 1977 (most recent renovation completed in 2013) Critical Access Hospital 25-beds (acute care and swing bed) Nurse Practitioner (Serves as Hospitalist for LMC physicians) Emergency Services Department—Level IV Trauma Facility (3 regular ER beds/2 trauma rooms) Imaging Department (Bone Densitometry, CT, Mammo, Doppler, Echo, MRI, Nuclear Medicine, Diagnostic Radiology) Laboratory Department (full service onsite lab for Outpatient/Inpatient diagnostic testing) Outpatient Nursing Services (infusions, thera- pies, transfusions, injections) Ambulatory Services (Outpatient Surgical Procedures — 4 day surgery recovery beds) Therapy Department (Aquatic, Occupational, Physical, Rehabilitation, Work Strengthening) overview Are you a Family Practice/Internal Medicine physician seeking a job with a renowned healthcare team at an independent practice? We’ve got a spot for you! Our facility is growing and expanding, and we are seeking a high quality individual to join our family of forward-thinking and excellence-driven professionals who are dedicated to providing the highest quality patient care. In this position, you’ll be providing patient services to the health clinic and medical center, as well as to nursing home patients, so the ability to work with a variety of ages is a plus. Our facility is located in a rural area and has been recently renovated. It is centrally located between three major cities, so taking weekend or day trips is easy. If this sounds like you, we’d love to talk more about this opportunity. Top reasons to love this job: 1. 100 miles to Houston, San Antonio, and Austin 2. Opportunity to work with a smaller staff 3. Renovated hospital “Must-Have” Skills for the job: 1. MD or DO 2. Licensed to practice in state of TX 3. Specialization in geriatric medicine favorable About Hallettsville: Located a short drive from Houston, San Antonio, and Austin, Hallettsville is a charming, close-knit community with a small-town feel. In addition to the annual Kolache Fest and Fiddler’s Frolic events held each year, Hallettsville has an extensive public library and has been the backdrop of a number of films. Most notably, Hallettsville is home to the Texas Championship Domino Hall of Fame and hosts a dominoes tournament every year in January.