ENT Opening in Western Kentucky – Easy Drive to Nashville, TN/Visas Welcome


Job title: ENT Opening in Western Kentucky – Easy Drive to Nashville, TN/Visas Welcome

Company: Britt Medical Search

Job description: Seeking a BC/BE Otolaryngologist to join a practice of three BC Otolaryngologists for a great work/life balance. Call is 1:4 at only one hospital, very busy practice with excellent physicians.

Physicians will receive the following compensation and benefits:

  • Competitive compensation package
  • Starting bonus
  • Relocation/moving allowance
  • Base salary plus incentive compensation
  • Student loan repayment assistance
  • Allowed Time Off
  • Comprehensive benefits package
  • Medical, dental, vision, life and disability insurance
  • Retirement savings plans – 403(b) and 457
  • Paid CME and licensure
  • Medical malpractice insurance

Our City

We are the medical, business and cultural center of western Kentucky, southern Illinois and northwest Tennessee. On or near I-24 and I-69, it is within a two- to three-hour drive of Nashville, Louisville, St. Louis and Memphis; and a regional airport – with no security lines – offers two direct flights daily to Chicago.

The arts

Separate from the interstate area of malls, theaters, chain hotels and restaurants, downtown offers cultural opportunities ranging from historic and art museums, especially in the Artist Relocation Program in Lower Town, to performances by the Symphony Orchestra, Market House Theatre and a variety of national entertainers at the Carson Center. Boutique hotels and local fine restaurants make this area a favorite for residents and visitors.

The outdoors

Outdoorsmen delight in the region’s three state parks, two lakes and the 170,000-acre Land Between the Lakes recreation area — the cornerstone of a $600 million tourism industry. Excellent boating, fishing, hunting and hiking abound, as do golf courses, tennis and swimming. A 4.6-mile Greenway Trail, connecting parks to the riverfront downtown, is a favorite for walkers, runners and cyclists.

Quality of life

Our physicians and staff treasure the quality of life in western Kentucky. While some factors may not be measurable, many are. The cost of living is at 87 percent of the national average, while housing costs are at 75 percent. Children can attend their choice of public or private schools, with award-winning academics, athletics and arts. Murray State University has a regional campus in our community and home campus 45 minutes away.

Expected salary:

Location: Kentucky

Job date: Fri, 03 Jul 2020 22:44:33 GMT

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