Do you dream of being the captain of your own (Urology) ship?

If you’re day-dreaming of a practice with mentorship, collaboration, and plenty of autonomy, and you’re a business savvy individual who seeks a view of the Pacific Ocean, then we’re excited to announce that your ship has come in!
Work close enough to live in Monterey or Carmel-by-the-Sea, California, with easy access to Big Sur.

This private practice was established 27 years ago by a urologist who loves the California coast and now wants to mentor a new partner who will enjoy sharing all that he has built.

  • You’ll quickly build from your starting base of $350K+ for year 1, based on experience
  • A commencement bonus of $45K will get you started
  • You’ll have help getting there with a relocation allowance of $15K
  • 20 days PTO & CME, $2500 CME to keep you fresh


The adjacent clinic, lab, and ambulatory surgical center bring all the diagnostic and therapeutic tools you’ll need to one location, with an option to invest in the facilities. Perform surgery and take call at the nearby hospital. Call is light, shared, and pays well—take on as much as you’d like—and there’s flexibility in the clinic schedule. This practice does NOT rely on capitation! This means your time is highly valued here!

The area’s physicians live either along the Highway 68 corridor, where large estates offer vistas of the fertile Salinas Valley and surrounding mountain peaks, or in Monterey or Carmel, which means you can live right on the beach. Enjoy the change of pace of living in a region where others come to escape.

The stunning drive along the cliffs of the Pacific Coast Highway is an adventure in itself. Miles of crashing surf, secluded beaches, and cozy coves bring you to the dramatic rock formations and redwood forests of Big Sur, where campers can wrap up a day of hiking with a relaxing soak in the park’s hot springs.

Acquaint yourself with the region’s world-famous vineyards. In Monterey, you are always within striking distance of an award-winning winery. Enjoy taking the time to establish a favorite. Will it be Carmel Ridge Winery and Tasting Room in Monterey’s Cannery Row? This former canning center was made famous by novelist John Steinbeck. Today it has reemerged as a collection of restaurants, boutiques, wine-tasting rooms, and art galleries. Punctuated by decorative gardens and artistic masonry, it is perfect for a wine sampling followed by an evening stroll out to Monterey Bay.

Or will you be lured to Carmel-by-the-Sea by De Tierra Vineyards, whose wines average 90 points on Wine Enthusiast? How wonderful that their tasting room is located in this fairytale village of independent shops that complements the majesty of the town’s sandy white beaches. With these and so many other wineries to choose from, it may take years to determine a preference.

The cold, deep water of Monterey Bay mixes with the warm air of the Salinas Valley to create conditions that are just right for growing grapes. But the bay’s water is just right for sea creatures as well. Monterey is one of the top locations in the U.S. for whale-watching. In fact, whales are so plentiful in the bay that you won’t need a boat tour to see one. They are commonly seen surfacing near Monterey’s gorgeous beaches.

If the cold water of the Pacific and the mild climate of the California coastline sound like conditions that are just right for you, tack to port and call Case Recruiters to sail right into this flexible private practice. Contact Connie Long today at 701-516-4000 and send your CV to connie@urologyrecruiting.com.