Obstetrics & Gynecology
Ocala Regional Medical Center is seeking an OB/GYN. This is a permanent assignment
FINANCIAL STATUS: Income Guarantee
EXISTING PRACTICE / SOLO: Existing Practice
INPATIENT OR OUTPATIENT:
Ocala Regional Medical Center is seeking a board certified / board eligible OBGYN to join a well-established practice.
- The existing practice opened in 1999 to provide care for the residents of Marion County and surrounding areas. They are an OB/GYN practice specializing in well woman care, obstetrics, gynecologic and robotic surgery, infertility, and osteoporosis and incontinence treatment.
- The incoming physician will join the practice as they are looking to grow into a multi-physician practice that is dedicated to serving the needs of their patients by offering unmatched, comprehensive healthcare.
- Call will be 1 night a week and 1:4 on the weekends.
- Competitive compensation package including 401K eligibility, opportunity for partnership 2 years and additional full time benefits.
- New graduates are welcome and encouraged to apply!
Ocala Regional Medical Center is part of Ocala Health System, a 2-facility health system with 360 beds. Facilities have been consistently growing over the course of the last 5 years, having invested $136M in capital improvements through 2016. Facility has another $110M in construction underway to include expansion of ER, OR, and IP Bed Capacity at both facilities. Ocala Health is a high functioning Level II Trauma Center, and is the only trauma center in Marion, Hernando and Citrus counties. The facility also leads a growing GME program in partnership with UCF.
Ocala is a remarkable town for raising a family and includes one of Florida’s top elementary schools. Marion County, with Ocala at its heart, boasts of winding community pathways that are canopied with oak trees and dangling trellises of Spanish Moss, Silver Springs - Nature's Theme Park, the Ocala National Forest, the rolling green fields of horse farms, historic districts, outstanding golf courses, friendly communities, crystal-clear rivers, and fresh-water springs. Also, the subtropical climate makes Marion County a vacation destination year-round. Marion County has a population of approximately 316,000 and is conveniently located one hour from the east and west coasts of Florida and one hour from Orlando.