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Orthopedic Sports/Total Joint Opening in St. Louis, MO – One of the Largest Orthopedic Groups in the Midwest.
We are seeking a Sports Medicine Fellowship trained Total Joint Surgeon for our busy Orthopedic practice.
- Private practice
- Competitive salary
- Great benefit package
- Sign on bonus
- Two-year employed model - eligible to become a shareholder after that when you will benefit from additional ancillary revenue for PT, MRI, X-ray and building ownership
We are one of the largest private, multi-specialty medical groups in Missouri and a leader in quality and service. The organization was founded in 2001, when physicians joined to form the largest orthopedic physician group in the St. Louis area. Since then, we have grown to include some of the area’s most highly respected physicians in various medical specialties. These practices joined forces because they share a common interest in both providing leading medical care in a community setting and working collaboratively in a group practice. This model provides physicians with the advantages and stability of a large group and the support of a collegial and collaborative medical environment.
With more than 150 physicians, 22 specialties/sub-specialties, and over 50 convenient locations (many with extended hours), we offer accessible, affordable and quality health care to every patient. The physicians and staff of our Medical Group have made the choice to remain in independent practice, so they can have complete autonomy in the health care decisions they make with each patients well-being as the forefront focus.
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