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STATESBORO, GA (Laid Back Living Near the Atlantic Coast) - Urology Opportunity

Permanent Placement Resources, LLC

Last Updated: 6/14/21

Job Description

STATESBORO, GA (Laid Back Living Near the Atlantic Coast) - Urology Opportunity Employed Setting through hospital
Office Space: To be discussed with EGRMC. Several options available near campus or at hospital's MOB.
Office Hours to be M-F (normal business hours).

This is a traditional Urology setting that will encompass a surgical practice and office practice.
Call: To be arranged. (will include 10 days of ER call per month).
Competitive financial package based on MGMA guidelines.

Robot (DaVinci) in place at EGRMC. The current Urologists in area are not Robotic trained so they don't use the DaVinci. It is currently being used by General Surgeons and GYNs. Physician with DaVinci Robotics-Training is needed, Hospital is very open to incoming Urologists with Robotic training / experience so they can utilize the DaVinci.
Selling points: There are 7 OBGYNs, 22 PCPs, 4 General Surgeons on staff. Big referral base. Robust hospitalist program with 6 Hospitalists (4 daytimers and 2 noturnists). Full diagnostic capabilities and imaging, onsite Pathology and Oncology, progressive university town with 4th largest student population in the state, close to the GA coast.

Thank you for your consideration. Please let me know if you have an interest in this location/opportunity and I'll facilitate getting you additional information.

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