***LOAN REPAYMENT UP TO $160K!***
MERCY CLINIC is actively recruiting a Family Medicine physician to join their expanding primary care clinic in Guthrie, Oklahoma. This position is located in our Guthrie Division Clinic, located conveniently near I-35 on Division Street. This is an outpatient opportunity to walk into a busy practice setting and build a thriving pactice quickly. Inpatient work is optional, but we do have a full time hospitalist program that is available to cover all inpatient admissions. Enjoy working with a physician led, professionally managed group in a facility that offers a comprehensive Electronic Health Record (EPIC). Mercy offers a competitive compensation and comprehensive benefits package, including relocation, paid malrpactice, commencement bonus and a possible resident stipend!
Compensation and Benefits include:
Mercy Hospital – Logan County is a 25 bed critical access hospital serving Guthrie and the surrounding communities of Logan County. The hospital offers general, comprehensive, preventative and acute inpatient and outpatient services. Mercy Hospital Logan County’s services include a comprehensive laboratory, emergency department, imaging, inpatient and outpatient rehabilitation, surgery, a sleep center and much more! In addition, the specialty clinic located at the hospital provides podiatry, hematology/oncology, orthopedics, cardiology, pulmonology, OB/GYN, ophthalmology/optometry, general surgery, spine care and pain management, and urology services to our patients. In 2011, Mercy Hospital Logan County was named one of the top 100 Critical Access hospitals in America – proving Mercy’s commitment to clinical excellence and exceptional patient service!
Guthrie holds its place in Oklahoma history as the first capital of Oklahoma. Dating back to 1889, Guthrie became a town of 10,000 overnight when settlers who were participating in the land run set up camp at the Federal Land Office that was located in Guthrie.Only a year later, Guthrie was declared the territorial capital of the new US territory of Oklahoma. In 1907, Oklahoma became a state and Guthrie was once again declared the capitol. Now, almost 130 years later, Guthrie’s downtown historic district retains the charm of the early 1900s with over 2000 historic buildings covering 1400 acres.Today, Guthrie is a town of 13,000 and a vibrant, growth oriented city offering the best qualities of country living alongside a rich business environment directed at encouraging community involvement and expansion.
Guthrie is only a short 20 mile drive from Oklahoma City, offering many conveniences found in a large city. The Oklahoma City Philharmonic Orchestra, Ballet Oklahoma, Broadway shows and the Canterbury Choral Society are just the beginning. Downtown Oklahoma City is going throughrevitalization like never before and is now home to the Oklahoma City Thunder, the state’s first professional basketball team! This revitalized metropolis with its booming economy has brought new grand urban projects, gleaming museums and sophistication. From the 55-foot-tall glass Chihuly sculpture in the Oklahoma City Museum of Art to the fun of Bricktown and its fabulous restaurants to the exuberant parades and festivals.
For more information contact:
Teresa Featherly, Physician Recruiter