Nephrology job in: Owosso, MI
Saint Louis, Missouri, United States

Job Summary

Occupation Physician
Specialty Nephrology
Degree Required MD/DO
Position Type Full-Time
Work Environment Hospital Clinic/Private Practice
Location Owosso, Michigan, United States
Visa Sponsorship No

Job Description

Last Update: 5/15/24
**Nephrology Opening in Michigan** -Located in Owosso, MI. Excellent opportunity for a Nephrologist Physician to join our organization in Owosso, Michigan! We are seeking a provider with a strong desire to join a community healthcare organization and someone that is looking to grow personally and professionally. This is a great time to be a part of our thriving organization as we continue to develop this service line. **About the job** -Employed opportunity. -Malpractice Insurance, occurrence. -Health and Disability Insurance. -Paid time off for vacation, sick, holiday and CME. -CME expenses and stipend. -Opportunity for student loan repayment (may be eligible for MSLRP, depending on placement). -401k Profit Sharing eligibility. -Great Work/Life Balance. -Opportunity to work (or live) in a beautiful, historic and charming community. **About the Community** Shiawassee County is strategically located along I-69 and is a short drive from I-75. It is about halfway between Lansing, Michigan (home to Michigan State University) and Flint, Michigan (home to University of Michigan-Flint and Kettering University). According to the 2000 census, the total population of Shiawassee County is nearly 80,000 with a median age of 36.4. Owosso and the surrounding area is home to vibrant downtown districts with shopping, dining and entertainment establishments and expanding arts and cultural offerings. Shiawassee County features outstanding schools (both private and public), charming historic buildings throughout its business and residential districts, and an extensive park system. Successful economic development initiatives are attracting new businesses and creating jobs and international manufacturing and service industries are thriving.