Picture this: The perfect opportunity to use your practice-building experience and robotics skills to build a program of 3–4 urologists in a family-oriented community of 100,000 people while making an excellent salary.
It’s been said that Virginia is for lovers. That’s clearly because there is so much to love here.
Geographically, Virginia’s Blue Ridge Mountains inspire passion for all sorts of exciting endeavors: photography, hiking, water sports, and caving are just a few. Residents of Roanoke enjoy their scenic city through the changing lens of four distinct seasons: the blossoming of spring, warm summers, colorful autumn foliage, and white Christmases.
Professionally, you can feed a passion for improving urologic care for the 1 million patients of the Roanoke coverage area. The clinic and hospital, currently served by a part-time urologist and locums, are already well-equipped. They currently have 3 robots with dedicated robot teams. What more could you ask for? The question is not rhetorical. This is a team-oriented atmosphere where your suggestions are valued as you collaborate with colleagues to build the best program possible in an area eager to welcome more urologists.
Financially, you will be set. The starting salary of $465K is guaranteed for 2–3 years. And the 10 call days per month are paid!
Roanoke is the sweetheart of anyone compiling a list of great places to live. Why? Most writers cite the city’s scenic views and parks system, including Explore Park, Mill Mountain Park, and the trails of Roanoke Mountain. The Roanoker asks, “Where else can you leave downtown on foot, climb a series of trails to a summit with a panoramic view of the city, and get back to work within the space of a long lunch break?”
Forbes lists Roanoke among the Best Places for Business and Careers, in part for its private colleges and its museums—the History Museum of Western Virginia, the Science Museum of Western Virginia, and the Hopkins Planetarium are all located in downtown’s Center in the Square.
Southern Living counts Roanoke on its list of Best Places to Retire, pointing out Roanoke’s low cost of living and its eclectic neighborhoods. The magazine specifically notes Wasene/Grandin Village, for its laid-back lifestyle and 1950s architecture that draws both young professionals and retirees, and Southern Hills, for its low crime and peaceful atmosphere.
You’re going to love hearing more about what this position has to offer. Call Marty at 512-422-6766 or send your CV to email@example.com today.