Travelers stop in this city of families and young professionals for some southern hospitality on their way from New York to Florida or a trip to Myrtle Beach. But if you’ve got general urology skills, then we’re about to give you every reason to stay in Florence, South Carolina, forever.
McLeod Health is building a team of four urologists, and they want you as their third. The base salary is one of the highest we’ve seen—$500K+—but the advantages of this job go far beyond that. You can look forward to
- an excellent commencement bonus
- loan repayment
- 30 days of PTO
- coverage of moving expenses
- a CME allowance
Practice at McLeod’s state-of-the-art clinic, located just down the street from the hospital. You’ll have both a Da Vinci Xi and a Si, a dedicated robotics room and team, and a urodynamics lab. Two supportive partners, three APPs and a strong hospitalist program provide excellent assistance.
And did we mention that McLeod will feed you breakfast and lunch daily as well?
McLeod Regional Medical Center, a non-profit hospital, serves 16 counties and has a captured referral base, so your practice will be busy from the start. This 500-bed hospital with 36 ORs prides itself on providing excellent patient experience and is ranked in the top 10% nationwide.
Florence’s revitalized downtown is an attraction in itself. Its cornerstone, the charmingly renovated Hotel Florence, features an upscale restaurant that rivals those of the larger cities that tourists come here to escape. The community looks forward to resuming its regular lineup of social events that keep downtown busy: a monthly block party with local bands and vendors, the Tap into Downtown event that transforms shops into tasting rooms for craft brews, a pecan festival, and a Christmas festival straight from the set of a Hallmark movie.
Florence is small enough to feel cozy and safe, but not so small that Willie Nelson hasn’t played here. The area’s parks and rivers draw people outdoors. The South Carolina Revolutionary Rivers Trail begins here at Lynches River County Park. Take your own boat or travel with a local outfitter down the scenic 66-mile water route through historic sites. Hikers enjoy Florence’s 45-mile system of nature trails. And people here love golf. Florence boasts four golf courses, including the Country Club of South Carolina, an 18-hole championship course that is a favorite venue for PGA-sanctioned tournaments.
Florence is close enough to the shore for day trips to the beach. It’s less than 1 ½ hours from Columbia and 2 hours from Charleston for trips to larger metros. But what stands out about this community is that people love simply staying here.
Learn more about why you’ll want to stay in Florence forever. Call Kara at 512-422-2788 or send your CV to firstname.lastname@example.org today.