Physician - Reconstructive Urology

Albany, NY 12208

Specialty Reconstructive Urology
Profession Physician

St. Peter's Health Partners Medical Associates P.C. (SPHPMA) has an excellent full time employment opportunity for a Board Certified or Board Eligible Urology physician who is fellowship trained in Pelvic and Reconstructive Surgery to join a well-established practice and pelvic care center located in Albany, New York.

This practice is seeking a Pelvic and Reconstructive Surgery physician to join the expanding urology service line that includes three group practices, with 15 Urologic surgeons overall and seven advanced practitioners.

Physicians and advanced practitioners within SPHPMA offer high-quality, innovative and comprehensive Urological medicine in both office and hospital settings. Services include: general urology, male infertility, female urology, medical and surgical management of stone disease, and urologic oncology.

St. Peter’s Hospital has beautiful, modern, surgical facilities, including three Da Vinci robotic systems with a fourth coming soon.

Candidates should be Board Certified or Board Eligible in both Urology and Pelvic and Reconstructive Surgery, possess a New York state license and DEA.

These opportunities are unable to sponsor J1 visa or H1B visa candidates at this time.

These are exciting opportunity to enjoy excellent colleagues, strong system practice support, existing patient demand, and a physician friendly environment within St. Peter's Health Partners, MA.

 

RECRUITMENT PACKAGE


St. Peter’s Health Partners Medical Associates, P.C. offers a comprehensive salary and compensation package that includes:

  • Competitive salary with incentives
  • Excellent benefits; including health/vision/dental insurances
  • Paid malpractice, including post-SPHP employment tail coverage
  • CME time & expense allowance
  • Paid time away from the practice
  • 2 part retirement savings program with employer matching program
  • Relocation assistance is available
  • Starting bonus is available.