OBGYN job in: Ottumwa, IA
Saint Louis, Missouri, United States

Job Summary

Occupation Physician
Specialty Obstetrics & Gynecology
Degree Required MD/DO
Position Type Full-Time
Work Environment Hospital Clinic/Private Practice
Location Ottumwa, Iowa, United States
Visa Sponsorship No

Job Description

Last Update: 5/15/24
**OBGYN opening in Iowa - J1 eligible** * Located in ***Ottumwa, IA*** - just 80 miles from Des Moines! * Service area of 125,000 people * Full-time, permanent opening * Hospital-employed position * Joining an established and well-respected, hospital-affiliated practice * Recruiting due to a strong community need * There is regional and local access to all specialists * Hospital has approximately 500-600 births per year * 17 OBGYN beds and Level II Nursery * da Vinci Surgical System allows the opportunity for building GYN surgery volumes * ***J1 visa sponsorship available!*** * Base salary + wRVU production incentive * Quality bonus * CME allowance * Sign-on bonus - 75k * Medical debt assistance * Relocation allowance * Residency stipend * Health benefits + Retirement plan * Marketing + practice growth assistance Some say Iowa has a fifth season. That fifth season is time - time to enjoy the other four. Ottumwa, the city of bridges, is located in southeastern Iowa. The Des Moines River runs right through Ottumwa, providing a beautiful backdrop to a vibrant region. It is where business, nature, recreation and entertainment meet. Stroll along the levee trail, fish from the banks, or enjoy boating. With a variety of historical attractions, cultural resources, and recreational opportunities, residents never have a shortage of things to do. The Bridge View Center offers exceptional convention and meeting space as well as a state of the art performing arts theater. Lake Wapello State Park offers 1,150 acres of beautiful wooded hillsides and a lake to hike, cross country ski, boat, fish and swim. A family oriented community of 25,000, Ottumwa offers a low cost of living and outstanding public and private education facilities.