As a urology recruiter, I love jobs like this one. Why? Because they make my job so easy! Urologists gravitate toward jobs that possess certain key qualities, and this job embodies them all.

Security. Five partners ensure that you always have a colleague available for consultation. And splitting call is even greater when you have NPs/PAs to take first call.

Stability. This physician-owned, multispecialty group has been operating since 1916. Management has the track record to prove that it shines through both the good times and the bad. Your captured referral group of primary care docs have a longstanding trust in the group and will refer patients to build your practice quickly. After two years with the group, you’ll make partner—no buy in—and can then vote and take on committee chair positions and have a voice in how things are managed.

State-of-the-Art Facilities. The clinics are modern and up-to-date, with 2 robots, 18 ORs, and a great OR staff. The most sophisticated equipment and an expert support staff allow your days to run seamlessly.

Compensation. The Midwest is known for paying its urologists well, and this job does not disappoint! Basic starting salary is $550K for a fellowship-trained urologist. The practice provides commencement bonuses, stipends to supplement your pay during training, and educational loan reimbursements to total up to $150,000! The RVU target is an easily attainable 7,857—the average earned by the urologists here is over 10,000 RVUs—so you will bring in a substantial income without sacrificing other areas of your life. This job is for those looking for balance in life and work—and time with their families. A great benefit package means you and your family are taken care of and includes $5,800 for 10 days CME.

The Marshfield Clinic. Marshfield, Wisconsin, is a white-collar, medical town that was ranked Fifth Best City in America to Raise a Family by Forbes Magazine. Its excellent schools are within walking distance of the hospital, and parents in this safe community feel secure allowing their kids to ride bikes around the town. Families enjoy attending the sporting events, theater productions, symphony performances, and art exhibits at the town’s satellite campus of the University of Wisconsin–Stevens Point. Marshfield is also the home of the Central Wisconsin State Fair.

Wisconsin’s 15,000 lakes and 5.7 million acres of public parkland and hiking trails make it an ideal location for swimming, fishing, boating, and water skiing. Life is good here! Marshfield is the gateway to the great Northwoods region, and the town itself contains 19 parks, over 25 miles of bike trails, and a drive-through zoo.

Marshfield makes it easy for you to check out all the details of this excellent position. They are doing tele-interviews to keep you and your family safe and can even send you drone footage of the town.

Call Michael Case today at 512-538-4351, and send your CV to