at Mitchell County Hospital Health System and Quality Health Care, Inc.
About This Opportunity
Community physicians and hospital are seeking a visionary board-certified/eligible general surgeon to lead development of state-of-the-art general surgical program for this progressive community. Beloit has great community support and appreciation for their physicians and hospital. The program is anticipated to add a second general surgeon in its development as the community desires an aggressive general surgery program to ultimately include limited thoracic and peripheral vascular support. MCHHS is the first hospital in state to be a certified Level IV trauma center and currently has state-of-the-art surgical facilities, four bed ICU with critical care support and board-certified physician longevity.
Beloit Medical Center
Beloit Medical Center, PA, is a six physician independent multi-specialty group consisting of 4 Family Practice doctors, as well as, 1 general surgeon, and one internal medicine specialist. The clinic has 58 employees which includes an ARNP and PA-C. The practice has satellite clinics with the smaller regional communities. They have a long history of maintaining a high level broad-based primary care practice which includes general surgery, internal medicine with ICU and critical care support as well as family medicine with a very active obstetrical service.
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About Mitchell County Hospital Health Systems
Mitchell County Hospital Health Systems (MCHHS), located in Beloit, Kansas serves the North Central Kansas patients and communities with exceptional healthcare in a compassionate and healing environment. Established in 1929, the regional hospital has evolved as a progressive critical access facility, which also houses a 40 bed Residential Care Center and a 10 bed Geriatric Special Care Unit. (Learn More)
Beloit is the county seat of Mitchell County. A thriving rural community in north central Kansas, Beloit has experienced positive growth in population over the past year. (Learn More)