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Pulmonologist needed in sunny Fort Walton Beach, FL
Internal Medicine Fort Walton Beach, FL
Specialty: Pulmonary Critical Care Job Details Ft. Walton Beach Medical Center / HCA is currently looking to add a Pulmonologist to our team in the beautiful Florida Panhandle. This opportunity with one of our community partners offers: * Outpatient Pulmonology offers flexibility in schedule leaving time to play and enjoy the coastal lifestyle * Practice Employed position Full benefits package to include: health insurance, 401K, pension, relocation, CME, paid vacation, and malpractice * Attractive compensation structure - base plus work RVU * Track to shareholder status in 1 to 2 years * Very busy Hospital based Lung Center with state of the art equipment FWBMC performs the highest number of Navigational (Super Dimension) Bronchs in the state of Florida. #11 in the country. The Greater Destin / Fort Walton Beach area offers: * Excellent schools- ranking #2 in the state of Florida * Some of the most beautiful, white sand beaches in the country * Shopping, arts, golf, entertainment and great food Fort Walton Beach Medical Center is a 257-bed top-performing quality hospital with over 200 of the most highly respected and qualified physicians in the area. It is the only acute care hospital in the Tri-County area that offers open heart surgery, an Advanced Primary Stroke Center accredited by the Joint Commission and an Accredited Chest Pain Center. An affiliate of the UAB Cancer Community Network, Fort Walton offers a Cancer Care Center that is accredited by the Commission on Cancer. Fort Walton Beach Medical Center also provides advanced care for critically ill patients, including cardiovascular and trauma injury care, and emergency services, including a main ER, Pediatric ER and Destin ER. Fort Walton Beach Medical Center is in partnership with Twin Cities Hospital, located in Niceville. We are also the parent company of the Rehabilitation Institute, both located in Destin.

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