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Urologist Leonardtown, MD FT54252 km
Date Added 04/02/2018
Position Type Perm
Number of Positions 1
Start Date ASAP
Salary $400K - $500K
Location Leonardtown, MD
Travel Percent 0
Relocation Assistance Yes
Client Fee $35,000 Flat Fee
Split Fee (poster/recruiter) 50/50
Job Description We are currently conducting an exclusive Urologist search for one of our longstanding Maryland hospital clients.
Description of Existing Urologist/Practice:
35 year practice.
Owner of practice has shared space with his wife who is a General Practitioner.
Both will plan on retiring within the next 5 years.
Office/ Clinic Space:
5 exam rooms, ; 3- urology, 2 – GP, 1 procedure room (can perform in-office
procedures and has surgery center designation) Consult office, shared
conference room and billing office on second floor. Capacity to add new Urologist
and assist in call and hospital coverage. Practice can expand to accommodate
new partners and use of whole space upon retirement of Urologist and wife.
Clinic Hours: Current Urologist: Monday, Tuesday, Friday- 8;00am- 4:30pm
Surgery Days: Weds. & Thursdays. (Block time)
Alternate days & surgery days for new Urologist i.e Weds. Thursday, and shared
day on Monday and Friday, Surgery days on Tuesdays and possible alternate
Office /Clinic Procedures: Cystocopies, bladder biopsies, prostate biopsies,
circumcision, vasectomies, laser.
Office Volumes/ Pattern: Current time for New Patient Evals: 30 mins., Follow-
Up : 15 mins.
Average busy day in clinic: 30 -40 patients.
Surgery: Block time every Weds & Thursday: Start time 7:30am- performs 7
cases / block day.
Procedures performed: Urethoscopy, Uretha slings, kidney stones; laser prostate
Every other Thursday: Lithotripsy/ Kidney Stones; up to 5 cases.
Call Schedule: Expectation is to cover hospital one week/ on,; one week /off,
beginning on Friday morning . Practice Call: 1:2 includes weekends, but when
off for hospital, partner will cover practice call for weekend. Average number of
calls per week: 10 from hospital, rarely has to come to hospital for call, handled
by phone call majority of time.
Must Haves Must be board certified in Urology.
Will consider new grads, residents, and seasoned Urologists.