A $600K+ earning potential awaits a new urologist at the University of Pittsburgh Physicians (UPP) Department of Urology. UPP welcomes you with a $50K signing bonus and a $500–525K base salary with excellent bonus potential. In addition to this, if you have large student loans, UPMC is a 403B not-for-profit institution which means here you can be part of having those loans forgiven over a 5 year period. With a low cost of living, high earnings and your student loans forgiven this position offers one of the best financial opportunities in the country today!
If your dream job is to work in a progressive hospital with all the latest equipment, excellent job security, high bonus potential and the joys of a university setting, If you love sports and the outdoors or seek to raise your family in the serenity of a laid-back college town, then climb aboard as this practice expands from one to four urologists.
Altoona offers so much more than the usual college town job. Here you will find a 400-bed tertiary care hospital with 12 ORs, a dedicated cysto room, and another 6 ORs in the ambulatory surgery center on its campus. You’ll have access to a Da Vinci Si robot and the assistance of a 25-physician hospitalist team. Call is 1:3.
Set against the scenic backdrop of Pennsylvania’s Allegheny Mountains, Altoona is a historic railroading town. Its famous Horseshoe Curve fascinates even those who are not great train enthusiasts and gives the town the look of a miniature train set that has sprung to life. Visitors come to tour the Railroaders Memorial Museum and to ride the world’s oldest roller coaster, built in 1902, which still operates in Altoona’s Lakemont Park.
Just outside of Altoona is DelGrosso’s Amusement Park, which keeps fun accessible with free parking and entry. Those who do not wish to ride the attractions or splash in the water park may spend the day strolling through the park’s shops, dining at its restaurants, or simply people-watching.
The Blue Knob All-Seasons Resort is a 35-minute drive from Altoona, and here you’ll find great skiing on what has been billed as the “highest skiable mountain with the most challenging slopes in Pennsylvania, with the longest and sweetest rides for skiers and snowboarders.” In warmer months, the resort is also great for golfing. The entire Allegheny region is a preferred destination for hiking, biking, and whitewater rafting.
When you’re ready to come back indoors, you’ll have the entertainment of the Altoona Symphony Orchestra, the Southern Alleghenies Museum of Art, and the live stage productions of Mishler Theater. The Penn State–Altoona campus provides the community with special events throughout the year at its Misciagna Family Center for Performing Arts.
Altoona offers excellent public and private schools and is located just 2 hours from Pittsburgh; 3 hours from Baltimore and Washington, DC; 4 hours from Philadelphia; and 5 hours from New York City.
Make this lovely destination in the Alleghenies your home. Call Michael Case today at 512-538-4351, and send your CV to firstname.lastname@example.org.