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Family Medicine

at Clay Center Medical Center

About This Opportunity

Clay County Medical Center

Join a team of eight Family Practice Physicians and three Nurse Practitioners that are looking for another Family Practice physician to join their growing practice. This opportunity provides you with the ability to have a full spectrum practice by allowing you to do a full range of OB services, endoscopic procedures, dermatology, and any other expanded services that you may have training in. Along with the great salary guarantee, this opportunity allows you to grow both personally and professionally as you grow your family practice business.

The Hospital...

  • Service area is approximately 15,000 population.
  • Two Operating Rooms, Nineteen Acute Care Beds, Three Obstetrical Beds, and Three ICU Beds.
  • MRI, CT, Full Lab, Physical Therapy, Rehab, Ultrasound, etc.
  • Fifteen visiting Specialists in our Outpatient Clinic.
  • Beautiful and Well Designed Clinic
  • Over 240 staff members in over 30 different departments.

The Opportunity...

  • Excellent Starting Salary.
  • Student Loan Repayment.
  • Relocation, Malpractice, and CME Paid.
  • Additional compensation for covering the ER.
  • 1 in 8 call.
  • Opportunity to perform Multiple Procedures.
  • Great Benefits Including Health, Life, and Long Term Disability.

For more information on this and other opportunities, please contact: Jill Mick
Physician Recruiter

Posted 09/11/14

About Clay County Medical Center

Clay County Medical Center (CCMC), a 25 bed CAH is located in Clay Center, Kansas. The hospital has served the health care needs of Clay Center and the surrounding communities since 1962. (Learn More)

Explore Clay Center

Clay Center is located on the western edge of the scenic Flint Hills. The area is a prime location for hunting, fishing, and boating. The state's two largest lakes, Tuttle Creek and Milford are both within 30 miles of Clay Center. Abilene, home of President Dwight Eisenhower is 30 miles to the south and Manhattan, home of Kansas State University, is 40 miles to the southeast. (Learn More)