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Pediatric - Urology job in Tulsa, OK
Saint Louis, Missouri, United States

Job Summary

Occupation Physician
Specialty Pediatrics
Degree Required MD/DO
Position Type Permanent/Full-Time
Work Environment Hospital Clinic/Private Practice
Location Tulsa, Oklahoma, United States
Visa Sponsorship No

Job Description

Last Update: 3/01/24
**Pediatric Urology opening in Tulsa, OK** * Full-time, permanent opening * Employed position * The 162-bed children's hospital cares for the majority of critically ill children in the eastern half of Oklahoma * 24/7 in-house coverage in PICU and NICU, as well as a stable Pediatrics Hospitalist service * Competitive compensation and benefits! Resting beside the Arkansas River in northeast Oklahoma, Tulsa is known as Green Country for its green, rolling hills.The city boasts a beautiful riverfront with more than 50 miles of scenic trails for hiking, biking, jogging and rollerblading along the banks of the Arkansas River. Tulsas 800-acre River Parks System includes playgrounds, picnic areas and miles of paved pathways. Tulsa celebrates a variety of cultural origins through festivals such as Oktoberfest, Greekfest, Shalomfest, Scottish Games and Reggae Festival. The citys Greenwood Historical District was a prosperous center for black commerce in the early 1900s and continues to be a rich source for jazz and blues. Downtown Tulsa has a blossoming arts district, a big-city economic climate and some of the countrys best examples of art deco architecture. The beautiful skyline pays tribute to a colorful past in a city energized for an exciting and vibrant future. * No. 1 affordable city in the U.S. (Relocate America, 2010) * Cost of living is 8.6 percent below the national average * Per capita income is 16 percent above the national average * No. 2 among top 10 cities for young people to find a job (The Fiscal Times, 2012) * Second shortest commute time in the nation * Fifth lowest cost for doing business in the nation * Two to three times lower property taxes than the national average