Internal Medicine Hospitalists - Full & Part Time
Lovelace Medical Group, a clinic and hospital-based growing provider practice, is looking for new team members as we expand our hospitalist program at Lovelace Medical Center, The Heart Hospital of New Mexico at Lovelace Medical Center, Lovelace Women’s Hospital and Lovelace Westside Hospital. Our Board Certified/Board Eligible Internal Medicine MDs and DOs benefit from excellent teamwork and a highly collaborative approach, working with physician leads, project coordinators and a practice manager to oversee day-to-day hospital administrative duties. Hospitalists are dedicated to one of the four facilities within our system, performing standard internal medicine/hospitalist duties, with some basic critical care procedures and offering consults on a variety of cases. The schedule is 7 days on/7 days off. There are opportunities for part-time positions as well. We offer a nationally competitive salary and benefits combined with a generous sign-on bonus and up to $20,000 in relocation assistance. Our physicians also enjoy $5,000 in CME funds.
If you or someone you know may be interested in knowing more about this opportunity, please contact me or forward a copy of your CT to my attention:
Director, Physician Relations
Lovelace Health System is a six-hospital system serving the greater Albuquerque, New Mexico metropolitan area. As one of the nation’s top 15 health systems, Lovelace has experienced significant growth in recent years - adding new services, facilities and technology, while earning national recognition as some of health care’s best places to work, one of New Mexico’s family-friendly businesses, as well as one of the healthiest employers. Offering the state’s only dedicated heart hospital and only dedicated women’s hospital, Lovelace Health System is also home to the Heart Hospital of New Mexico at Lovelace Medical Center, which has been named one of the country’s 50 top-performing hospitals for cardiovascular services two years in a row. Lovelace Westside Hospital and Lovelace Women’s Hospital have been recognized by Quality New Mexico for Best in Class, earning the Zia Award. Lovelace Medical Center was named to Becker’s Hospital Review’s list of 100 Hospitals with Great Neurosurgery and Spine Programs. Lovelace Rehabilitation Hospital continues to earn recognition for excellence as in CARF-accredited in six programs. Consumer Reports ranked Lovelace Regional Hospital – Roswell as a Top Hospital in New Mexico for Patient Safety.
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