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This north central Florida Medical Center is seeking a board certified/board eligible Gastroenterologist to replace a retiring physician. This is an amazing opportunity to walk into an already established practice with existing patient base. Incoming physician would perform standard gastroenterology procedures as well as ERCP. Practice has a clinic-based PA to assist with patient follow-up and care. This is an employed position with a competitive compensation package, including base salary and benefits.
The Medical Center, a 99-bed, acute care facility, provides the latest technology with the assurance of highly trained, caring professionals to the county residents. The hospital serves North Central Florida with a full complement of quality healthcare services while maintaining cost-effectiveness.
The Medical Center offers a 10-bed Intensive/Critical Care Unit, Step-Down Care Unit, Cardiac Cath Lab, medical and surgical units, family birthplace center, and a 24-hour emergency department. They also provide inpatient and outpatient rehabilitation services.
Located in Putnam County, Palatka is a historic Northeast Florida city that is nestled within a bend of the St. Johns River, one of the few rivers that flow north. Throughout the year residents and visitors can experience the city's Old Florida charm at one of their many festivals, like the Florida Azalea Festival, St. Johns River Catfish Festival or Blue Crab Festival. Palatka is just south of Jacksonville and a short drive from the coast and St. Augustine. In fact, Palatka is within a two drive to all of Central Florida's major attractions, international airports and beautiful beaches.
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During his twenty-three years representing the second largest hospital in Georgia, W. Asbury Stembridge, Jr., FACHE had a driving passion to provide the highest quality healthcare to his hometown Macon, GA. This passion energized his quest to find the most qualified physicians in the country to join his hospital staff and become valuable community members. Asbury recognized early on that successfu...