Nocturnist Hospitalist - Internal Medicine/Family Medicine
San Juan Regional Medical Center
Location: Farmington, New Mexico
Type: Full Time
Salary: $345,600 base salary
Hospital, Public and Private
Potential for quality incentive bonus
Comprehensive benefits package
Competitive sign on bonus, relocation package, student loan repayment
Internal Number: Noct/Hosp
Exciting Opportunity for an Internal Medicine/Family Medicine – Nocturnist Hospitalist
San Juan Regional Medical Center in Farmington, New Mexico, is seeking a BE/BC Internal Medicine/Family Medicine – Nocturnist Hospitalist to provide inpatient only service.
You can look forward to:
Competitive base salary of $326,000
Potential for quality incentive bonus, up to 10% of base salary
Full palette of excellent benefits, sign-on bonus, relocation package, student loan repayment, insurance
Quality work/life balance
San Juan Regional Medical Center is a non-profit and community governed facility. Farmington offers a temperate four-season climate near the Rocky Mountains with world-class snow skiing, fly fishing, golf, hiking, and water sports. Easy access to world renowned Santa Fe Opera, cultural sites, National Parks, and monuments. Farmington’s strong sense of community and vibrant Southwest culture make it a great place to pursue a work-life balance.
Located in the beautiful San Juan River Valley in northwest New Mexico, San Juan Regional Medical Center (SJRMC) is a 198 bed, level III trauma center. A non-profit, community owned hospital, SJRMC serves the Four Corners area of New Mexico, Arizona, Colorado, and Utah. The SJRMC network includes an 18-bed rehabilitation hospital, on-site child care center, outpatient rehabilitation center, outpatient diagnostic center, wound care center, AirCare emergency service, and modern cancer center. San Juan Health Partners, a division of SJRMC, was formed to provide physicians a preferred place to practice and includes over a dozen specialty clinics.
SJRMC has a rich heritage that dates back before New Mexico was a state. In 1910, two physicians, Dr. G.W. Sammons and Dr. A.M. Smith started an eight-bed hospital so patients in San Juan County, New Mexico would not have to travel the treacherous 50 miles to Mercy Hospital in Durango, Colorado. As years passed, community members and staff gave their own money to buy supplies for the hospital to keep it growing, and grow it did, from eight beds in 1910 to the 198 beds that exist today. As the Four Corners region grows, SJRMC responds by exp...anding services to meet the needs of the area.
Better is our mission, improving lives through personalized health and care.