You have a job, but are you longing for a life? Join four urologists in a hospital-employed practice in northeastern Ohio, and tip the scales of your work/life balance back into harmony.
You’ll need Security, Stability, and Support to achieve that, and here it is:
- You’ll be offered a base salary of $450K with a $25K+ commencement bonus, $5K+ relocation allowance, $75K educational loan repayment, and $25K residency stipend paid monthly over the final year of training.
- This 1,032-bed financially sound hospital has been operating since 1892. It is the largest hospital and part of the largest healthcare provider – and volume is growing – in a 10-county service area.
- Known for its physician-friendly policies, the urologists here cover for each other so that no one misses out on the everyday events—such as ball games and recitals—that are important to family life.
The clinical set up includes everything you’ll need to have efficient, productive days: a da Vinci Xi and Si, a dedicated robotics team, and top-quality interventional radiology. Female urology skills would be particularly welcome, but you won’t be pigeonholed into any niches at this practice.
Striking the right balance means you have time to unwind, and be present with your loved ones. Call is a light 1:5. PTO, CME, and holidays total 8 weeks each year, and the work schedule requires only 4.5 days per week.
Family is important to the physicians here, so it is no surprise that they have chosen to live in a city geared toward creating beautiful childhoods.
Spend summer days splashing with your kids at Atwood Lake Park, Baylor Beach, or the 10-acre adventure waterpark at Clay’s Park. Clay’s Park also features camping, miniature golf, fishing, an indoor pool, playgrounds, and restaurants. It is the site of frequent concerts and festivals, including Yankee Peddler Fest. Dress your entire family like colonial settlers to shop the wares of master artists and crafters as you sample colonial-style food in a setting designed to look like pioneer America.
For a romantic weekend, tour the region’s vineyards. Gervasi Vineyard and Italian Bistro stuns visitors with a panorama of grapevines spanning rolling hills and a beautiful lake encircled by weeping willows. Stroll the grounds, listen to live music over drinks on the patio, and dine at one of three fine restaurants. Enjoy an overnight stay in the vineyard’s Tuscan-style villas, the modernized 1830s farmhouse, or the boutique hotel. Gervasi was recently rated top wine country hotel in the nation by USA Today.
Of course, romance is not for everyone, so you may instead want to check out the Pro Football Hall of Fame. If you are lucky, it will be the first Friday of the month, which will allow you to then reclaim some culture by swinging through the arts district for music and visual arts at First Friday, a self-guided tour that begins at the Museum of Art. The McKinley Museum and Presidential Library are another family favorite for their science center with interactive exhibits.
You’ll be just a short distance to the waterfalls of Cuyahoga Valley National Park, and the bigger cities like Cleveland, Pittsburgh, and Columbus are only an hour or two away.
We can’t wait to tell you more about working with this family-oriented practice. Call Michael Case today at 512-538-4351 to learn all the details, and send your CV to firstname.lastname@example.org