OBGYN job in Paris, TN
Archway Physician Recruitment
Saint Louis, Missouri, United States

Job Summary

Occupation Physician
Specialty Obstetrics & Gynecology
Location Paris, Tennessee, United States

Job Description

Updated Date : 7/15/22
**OBGYN Position in Tennessee** Located in ***Paris, TN*** - 120 miles from Nashville Permanent Schedule: M-F; 8A-5P (Clinic) Call: 10 days per month (includes Mommy Call and Labor & Delivery) Salary + RVU/Production Bonuses or Higher with no RVU/Production Bonuses + Call EMR: Greenway Requirements/Additional Information: - 2+ years experience - ***Must be able to perform cesareans*** - New Grads accepted Benefits: Medical Center offers generous benefits to its staff by offering benefits which include Health, Dental, Life Insurance, Retirement Plan, CME, & Malpractice coverage. Health Insurance 80% of premiums paid by HCMS Dental Insurance Vision Insurance Employee Assistance Program (EAP) Long Term Disability Short Term Disability Life Insurance Tuition Assistance CME Reimbursement Retirement/Pension Plans - 100% vested in the retirement match after 3 years of employment About Paris, TN: PARIS, Tennessee is located approximately 60 miles northeast of Jackson and 60 miles west of Clarksville. It is located in Henry County. The trade area attracts people from four Tennessee counties and borders the Kentucky state line. Paris / Henry County has a large tourist base with Historic Downtown Paris, Paris Landing State Park and Land Between the Lakes National Recreation Center on Kentucky Lake drawing 1.25 million visitors a year. Paris is the home of the Worlds Biggest Fish Fry, which is held the last full week of April each year to focus attention on Kentucky Lake and the many recreational and tourist facilities it has to offer. Many retirees find Paris a great place to retire. If you are in the mood for some unique shopping, you will want to head to downtown Paris for one of West Tennessees most gorgeous downtown squares. In the mid-1990s, the downtown area underwent major renovations to bring the square back to its original 1920s-era style. This was certainly accomplished as now the downtown area is bustling with business, particularly retail. Visit one of the 40 merchants downtown for an experience to remember! Within the last twenty years the City has led the way by revitalizing the physical infrastructure replacing aged sidewalks and curbs with handicap accessible, brick accented walkways with plantings, period lighting, and removing unsightly overhead lines. Many of the buildings around the court square provide a mix of retail and offices at ground level with residential on the second floor of many of the buildings, hence our motto, Shop/Eat/Live.