Here is a practice that will change everything you thought you knew about running a practice.
The driving force behind this successful group of four urologists in the suburbs of Dayton, OH, is a well-nourished system of teamwork. They’ve earned bragging rights for their production, even as their schedules afford plenty of time for the hands-on raising of large families. How is this possible? Become the fifth partner of this thriving practice to find out.
Urology Specialists of Ohio (USO) is looking for a business-minded general urologist with robotics skills – residents welcome to apply! The staff of USO pride themselves on making the physicians’ days run smoothly. They look forward to impressing their new urologist with just how much can be accomplished at this practice—and how much this is rewarded financially. Physicians at OSU are productive in ways they once thought unattainable, and then head home around 4:30 every afternoon.
USO offers a starting base of $450,000+, the option to buy into ancillaries, and a consistent 7–10% new-patient annual growth rate. Profits are split equally among the physicians, fostering a truly collaborative work culture in which colleagues invest in one another’s success. Physicians also share call equally, with the help of APPs who take first call.
The Beavercreek office, located in Dayton’s second-largest suburb, is part of the Soin Medical Center, currently the newest hospital in the Kettering network. Beavercreek includes some of the best public schools in Ohio and a low cost of living. Traffic is light in the Dayton area, making commutes – and visits to the Boonshoft Museum of Discovery, a kid-favorite local gem – easy. Cincinnati and Columbus are only an hour away.
Dayton caters to an active lifestyle. Its Five Rivers Metroparks are part of a 340-mile network of paved, multi-use bikeways, and they also provide 75 miles of natural hiking trails. The city maintains eleven public golf courses as well as a downtown ice-skating rink along the banks of the Great Miami River. The Greater Dayton Rowing Association operates an Olympic development program for everyone from beginners to world-class athletes. A climbing gym constructed inside a historic church and an indoor bike park allow climbers and cyclists to keep their skills sharp year-round.
The Dayton Performing Arts Alliance keeps culture alive with a full calendar of ballet, opera, and orchestral music. Across the river, the Dayton Art Institute houses a permanent collection of more than 26,000 works of art spanning 5,000 years. National tours perform frequently at the Schuster Performing Arts Center. For an evening of live music and theater, food, drinks, and shopping, visit Dayton’s Oregon District.
Join a practice that wants to invest in your success. Join the team – call Connie Long today at 701-516-4000, and send your CV to firstname.lastname@example.org.