**Pediatric Position In Mayfield, KY**
* Full-time, permanent
* Employed position
Our employed practice is in need of a full time BC/BE Pediatrician as a member of the practice is retiring.
Those who are currently practicing or are new graduates will be considered.
This established practice sees patients in the outpatient clinic as well as inpatient duties including newborn nursery, and shared call coverage for one hospital.
Call shared with other providers in the market.
Candidates will find a comprehensive benefits package with options to include student loan forgiveness, relocation, sign on bonus, residency stipend, etc.
Located in southwestern Kentucky, Mayfield is an amazing small-town offering numerous outdoor activities and unique shopping experiences within driving distance to many desired locations in Tennessee, Missouri, and Illinois. Enjoy an excellent quality of life in a growing community in Western Kentucky about 30 minutes from Paducah and 90 minutes from Nashville.
Outdoor recreation abounds in Graves County, with numerous golf courses, biking, hiking and horseback riding trails. Many of these are located in the Land Between the Lakes (LBL), the second largest area of forested public land east of the Mississippi River. Land Between the Lakes features 300 miles of shoreline, 170,000 acres of forest and 200 miles of trails for biking, hiking, wildlife viewing and camping. There are 26 lake access areas with boat ramps, five courtesy docks, four fishing piers and six beaches. Campers can choose from 1,535 campsites in four developed campgrounds and virtually unlimited backcountry camping. LBL facilities include a nature center, a living history farm, planetarium and observatory, a horseback riding campground, public horse stable and an off-road vehicle area. LBL is paradise for any nature lover, featuring more than 1,300 plant species, more than 230 bird species and 53 mammal species. Currently, LBL is home to a wintering eagle population of more than 150 birds and there are 11 active nesting sites. LBL has reintroduced elk, bison and the red wolf into the park and now currently claims the largest publicly owned buffalo herd in the eastern United States.