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Urology Physician Northern New York cd
Urology Northern New York (Physician/MD qualifications required) Urology - Northern New York - 1000 Islands Region
U.S. citizen - Green card
Employee of Medical Center, Join established practice for total of 4 urologists
Focus of practice on general urology to include endo-urology and established robotics program. Subspecialty training is also welcomed.
Annual salary starting at $460,000; plus WRVU productivity opportunity bonus
Signing bonus $50,000
Retention bonus $25,000 of each contract year completed
Educational loan repayment $20,000 each year of contract
New office building, located in a newly developed medical complex with other specialties to include: Pulmonary Medicine, Somnology, Nephrology, Family Practice and Psychiatry - Medical complex is five-minute commute from hospital
In-office surgical suite for minor surgical procedures
Unassigned patient call 1:4; private practice call 1:3
Extra payment for teaching hours
Immigration support and paid legal services to include permanent residency green-card processing up to $20,000 (as applicable)
Excellent Benefit Package
Reimbursement of NYS license and DEA registration
$3000 annually for hospital approved professional society dues and or CME
Relocation reimbursement of moving expenses up to $10,000 with receipts
New 62 million dollar hospital wing opened November 2010 which includes 8 new operating suites, 10-bed ICU, 25-bed progressive care unit, med surg patient unit and parking garage.
Sole hospital providing care to a population 250,000
In Northern New York, there are no trade-offs. You literally can have it all - gorgeous natural surroundings, easy access to metropolitan areas, excellent school systems, high-quality medicine for your family, low cost of living, safe community and a comfortable, relaxed lifestyle in some of the most scenic country and most enjoyable recreational opportunities in America. Small town feeling with big city amenities. Excelling dining experiences. Good shopping. Close proximity to the Adirondack Mountains, one of America's last great wilderness regions.