Henderson - "Discover Your Nature" on the Ohio River|
We are currently seeking a Full and Part time physicians at |
17-Bed Emergency Department
27,000 Annual volume
24 Hour Physician coverage
12-21 Hours Advanced Practitioner Coverage
Salary & Benefits
Extremely Competitive Hourly Rate
Full Heath Package
Funded Health Savings Account
Funded 401k Account
Ample Sign-On Bonus
Paid Malpractice with "Tail"
W2 and 1099 employment options
BE/BC - ABEM or AOBEM
Today, our system consists of 2 hospitals, including 136-bed Methodist Hospital in Henderson, and a 25-bed Critical Access Hospital in Morganfield. We also manage the Methodist Physician Group, a team of more than 50 medical professionals working throughout 20 clinics throughout the State.|
In our efforts to make sure the people of our community have local, comprehensive healthcare, we are always adding to our staff and outfitting the Hospital with new and improved medical equipment.
Methodist Hospital: • Has over 1,300 employees • Manages the city and county ambulance services • Offers on-site childcare • Services a 4 county area with a population over 75,000 • Trains promising doctors through the residency program • Offers CT and Ultrasounds 24 hours a day
Henderson is located along the Ohio River in Henderson County (population 46,250). The city of Henderson population was 28,757 at the 2010 census and is part of the Evansville Metropolitan Area, locally known as the "Kentuckiana" or the "Tri-State Area". (See the Map)|
Henderson county has numerous industries, including aluminum production, automotive and appliance parts, plastic injection molding, tool and die making, food processing and processing of recycled materials. It also ranks as one of Kentucky's top three corn and soybean producers.
The Henderson County school system includes eight elementary schools, two middle schools and one high school. Henderson is home to one post-secondary institution, Henderson Community College, as well as a satellite campus of Murray State University. In addition, students are served by Oakland City University Evansville Center, the University of Evansville, and the University of Southern Indiana in Evansville.
Each year Henderson hosts a variety of events and festivals. The Henderson Breakfast Lions Club holds the Tri-Fest, a street festival in mid-April each year. There is also the free Handy Blues & Barbecue Festival in mid-June and the free Bluegrass in the Park Folklife Festival in August. Bluegrass in the Park Folklife Festival is one of the largest free Bluegrass festivals in the country. It is Henderson's oldest on-going music festival. Past performers have included Bill Monroe, Emmylou Harris, Alison Krauss and Union Station, Ricky Skaggs, John Hartford, Glen Campbell, and other notable Bluegrass artists. The Folklife aspect of the festival is a celebration of local lifestyles and culture. The Green River Arts & Crafts Festival is a large event that has been held for more than 30 years.
Just 10 miles away .... Evansville, Indiana, is a mid-sized community nestled in the corner of Southwestern Indiana near Illinois and Kentucky. With a population of 123,000 and a total of 350,000 in the metropolitan area, Evansville enjoys a low cost of living, low crime rate, cultural opportunities and excellent schools. The University of Evansville has received national recognition for its dedication to international education and the study abroad program at Harlaxon College in Grantham, England is ranked the number 1 study abroad program in the nation!
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