Urgent Care Physician
444 NW Elks Drive Salem, OR 97330
No visas. Opportunity available for a board eligible/board certified family practice or internal medicine physician to join a busy Immediate Care team within a larger physician-owned, multi-specialty group. The Immediate Care center is open 8 a.m.-8 p.m. weekdays, and weekends and holidays, 10 a.m.-5 p.m. Work shifts are 10-12 hours during the week; 5-7 hours, weekends and holidays. A fulltime physician works 15-16 shifts per month or approximately 160 hours. Schedules are determined on a month-by-month basis allowing greater flexibility to accommodate vacations, CME, other personal and professional commitments. Compensation is competitive, based on number of shifts worked as well as production. Guaranteed salary in addition to a signing and incentive bonus for the first eighteen months, comprehensive benefits, CME and relocatoin allowance. Qualifications: BC/BE Internal Medicine or Family Medicine Physician. Urgent Care experience strongly preferred. Location: Nestled in the mid-Willamette Valley between the Cascade and Coastal mountain ranges, this town is among the most picturesque and desirable places to live in Oregon. Only 52 miles from the Oregon coast and 70 miles from the ski resorts of the Cascade Mountains, the area with a total population of more than one quarter million people offers a vast array of outdoor enjoyment and recreation. It can best be described as a highly educated, professional community that has been named one of the top ten places to live by several lifestyle surveys. It is a comfortable community of 52, 000 people with excellent schools and a high-tech economic base. It is a University town with approximately 19, 000 students. The local economy is supported by education, agriculture, research and development facilities, and the high-tech industry, specifically Hewlett Packard, the largest private employer. Another town 10 miles away is an industrial town of 48, 000, it is situated on Interstate 5 that runs north to Portland and Seattle, or south to California. With its diverse economy, itfeatures several metallurgical, food processing and paper processing companies, large retail centers and agricultural land. Another small community of approximately 8, 000 people, lies just minutes west toward the Oregon coast. It offers all the benefits of small-town living with a larger community nearby.