This regional medical center in Central Florida seeks to employ a board certified/board eligible Pediatric Surgeon who is looking to grow a practice in a thriving community. The medical center will also be converting to a level III NICU with new PICU opened on 6/1/2016. General Surgery Residency to start 2017. Be a part of busy hospital and busy practice.
The Regional Medical Center is a Joint Commission accredited 321-bed hospital that builds on a proud tradition of healthcare excellence in Osceola County, Florida. The hospital features all private patient rooms and is recognized for its compassionate care, cutting edge technology, modern facilities and dedicated medical staff. It is conveniently and centrally located in Heart of Kissimmee only minutes from Orlando, St. Cloud, Celebration and Poinciana.
Employment with our system means no running a practice, focus on patient care and surgeries, guarantee salary with production, malpractice covered, full access to medical/dental/vision/401k/stock options//etc.
As of the 2010 United States Census, the city population was 59,682 and is a Principal City of the Orlando-Kissimmee-Sanford, Florida, Metropolitan Statistical Area, which had a 2010 population of 2,134,411.
Kissimmee / Osceola County offers the best of all worlds. Blessed with a rich heritage and bountiful landscape in the heartland of Central Florida, Osceola County has attracted visitors and new residents for centuries. Well known for its year-round desirable climate and abundant recreational opportunities, Kissimmee has become the fourth fastest growing county in the United States.
Moments to Orlando, Kissimmee is a family-oriented destination known for its themed dinner theaters, swamp tours and outdoor activities. In downtown Kissimmee, spend some time in Kissimmee Lakefront Park and walk around the waterfront, stopping for ice cream, some splashing in the fountain pool and perhaps a cast into the lake known for bass. Walk past the Monument of States, made of minerals from every state and many nations. Watch for murals depicting the town's past as a cattle capital, where present-day rodeos and cattle auctions allow visitors and residents to remember the historic past.