OhioHealth Primary Care Physicians has immediate opportunities for Family Medicine physicians to join our team. Both part-time and full-time opportunities are available in an outpatient setting. Our float pool providers cover for other providers in the case of vacation, maternity leave, illness or where a position vacancy may exist. The float pool offers flexible scheduling. You are also given the opportunity to work at various, employed, primary care practices to gain a first-hand experience of what each location has to offer, should a vacancy present itself. Enjoy the stability of employment, highly competitive compensation, comprehensive benefits and retirement packages.
OhioHealth, a family of not-for-profit, faith-based hospitals, has been serving patients in central Ohio since 1891. Its campuses are comprised of 12 award-winning hospitals and more than 200 neighborhood care sites within the central Ohio region. Our network is comprised of approximately 3,500 of Ohio's finest physicians. These physicians work in practices, hospitals and ambulatory sites throughout the communities we serve. The OhioHealth Physician Group (OPG) employs more than 600 physicians, in primary care and a wide range of specialties. We also partner with hundreds of independent practicing physicians, to add to the overall healthcare quality in central Ohio.
For the twelfth consecutive year, OhioHealth was recognized by FORTUNE Magazine as one of the “100 Best Companies” to work for in the nation. OhioHealth has also been named one of the nation’s top 15 health systems for clinical performance by IBM Watson Health six times – more than any other health system. OhioHealth has ranked first or second nationally for the last seven years in Press Ganey’s Physician Engagement Survey.
Experience the vibrant and flourishing city of Columbus, Ohio, the 14th largest city in the United States. This culturally diverse and welcoming city offers unique neighborhoods and lifestyles for all. Columbus has received numerous national accolades such as being ranked No. 8 on the “Best Places to Live” in the U.S. by Money magazine and No. 14 nationally on Forbes “America’s Cities of the Future.” Medscape sums it up well: Columbus is No. 5 of America’s “Best Cities for Physicians.” The region’s prestigious educational institutions, high physician compensation, low tax rates, low malpractice payouts, low density of physicians, beautiful landscape, and robust economy convinced Medscape to name Columbus is a top-tier city and community for physicians.
For more information, please contact Jess Federer at (614) 544-4355 or e-mail your CV to Jess.Federer@ohiohealth.com.