Aerial drone panoramic shot of the downtown campus of the West Virginia university by the river in the fall. Many UHC doctors live here in Morgantown.

Life is full of tough decisions. You’d love to settle in a small, comfortable town in the mountains. But you want to make the most of your career, with access to the state-of-the-art technology typically reserved for major metros. If it seems you’ve got to sacrifice one for the other, then we’ve got exciting news for you.

A hospital in north central West Virginia, is looking for a general urologist. Fellowship training in robotics or endourology/stones would be a great plus. Here, you’ll have access to technology that is the envy of even some large-metro hospitals, including a da Vinci Xi, UroLift, Blue Light Cystoscopy, and MRI Fusion biopsy.

Join two other urologists and four PAs for a base salary that is always guaranteed. This position puts you at the 90th percentile for earning potential. Start at $500K–$550K for your first 2 to 3.5 years. A strong RVU reimbursement will keep your earnings high, and you’ll also be paid for RVUs in collaboration with PAs.  Production bonuses are paid semi-annually. A stipend is available to physicians still in training, and educational loans are repaid in one lump sum.

The new urologist can also look forward to

  • A $30K+ signing bonus
  • $6K–$8K CME allowance
  • Call made light by a strong hospitalist program
  • Mentorship from a transparent lead urologist who prioritizes commitment to patients
  • Robotic mentorship from fellowship-trained general surgeons
  • Free tuition for your children at West Virginia University after 5 years of employment

Set in the Appalachians, this community is currently ranked by both USA Today and MSN as one of the top 25 best places to live in the U.S. There are six colleges and universities within 30 miles and the town attracts an educated population with businesses devoted to energy innovation and aerospace technology and the FBI Criminal Justice Information Services Division.

The town’s schools are outstanding and the largest high school is ranked as the #1 high school in the state by U.S. News and World Report.

This community is connected by backyards, gardens, and winding country roads. Its scenic downtown attracts visitors with independent eateries, handcrafted artwork, and regional music. Golfers travel across the country to play at Pete Dye Golf Club, rated one of the top 100 courses in America by Golf Digest.

In the middle of town, Deegan and Hinkle Lakes Park is a local favorite for its one-mile walking trail, trout-stocked lakes, and newly refurbished tennis courts. The lakes, off-limits to motorboats, are a peaceful place to enjoy canoeing and kayaking or to simply sit ashore among nature. Nearby, Valley Falls State Park, Tygart Lake State Park, and Prickett’s Fort State Park provide free access to the forested mountain trails, waterfalls, and lakes that surround Bridgeport.

North Central West Virginia Airport provides daily flights to Washington-Dulles International and Chicago O’Hare. Nonstop flights depart weekly for Orlando, Myrtle Beach, Destin, and Chicago Midway. By car, this town is 90 minutes from Pittsburgh, 2.5 hours from DC, 3 hours from Columbus, and 6 hours from NYC.

If you’re looking for both a top-quality employer and the comforts of a small, prosperous town, then the decision is simple. Call Kara Savvas today at 512-422-2788 and send your CV to