Raleigh General Hospital is seeking a Gastroenterologist to join one other physician in an established hospital employed practice. The qualified candidate will have the ability to perform ERCP, EGD, Colonoscopy, Bronchoscopy, Manometry, Bravo, and Capsule. EUS training would be a plus. The practice is situated one mile from hospital campus and has flexible hours Monday - Friday. The growth of the practice has been at a rate of 1,500 new patients per year for the past seven years. The current physician averages 70 cases per month, with 80% outpatient and 20% inpatient. The new physician will ramp up quickly to an average of twenty plus patients per day. Endoscopy has a team on call and a late team scheduled every day. The endo schedule for procedures is from 7a - 3p and schedules vary greatly amongst the physicians. There is a robust hospitalist program that has been in place for 8 years consisting of 6 hospitalists. Raleigh General is one of the busiest level III trauma centers in the country with about 50,000 ED visits per year. Beckley is only one hour from the capital city of Charleston and boasts a wide variety of dining options, outdoor activities and golf course community living typically found in larger cities. Recruitment Package may include: • Base salary + wRVU production incentive • Quality bonus • CME allowance • Sign-on bonus • Medical debt assistance • Relocation allowance • Residency stipend • Medical Director stipend • Health benefits + Retirement plan • Marketing + practice growth assistance
Nearly surrounded by state and national parks, including the New River Gorge National River, the city of Beckley is nestled in a beautiful mountain setting.
Raleigh General Hospital has served the city of Beckley and the surrounding counties since 1921 and is southern West Virginia’s leading medical center. The hospital offers a full range of inpatient and outpatient services at its acute care facility and physician practices.
Beckley is the largest city in southern West Virginia and lies where interstates I-77 and I-64 converge, with the U.S. Route 19 (US-19) expressway also serving the area. It is a regional hub for retail, finance and medical services and is home Tamarack, the state’s premier showcase for fine arts, handcrafts and Appalachian cuisine. The Appalachian Festival takes place over four days each August. The Cliffside Amphitheater at Grandview produces two acclaimed outdoor dramas, Honey in the Rock and The Hatfields and McCoys.
Wild, wonderful West Virginia is a paradise for the outdoor enthusiast. New River Gorge, the state’s most popular outdoor recreation destination, is located just minutes from Beckley and features the New River Gorge Bridge, the world’s longest single arch steel span bridge and the second highest bridge in the U.S. The region also doubles as a skier’s wonderland. Winterplace Ski Resort features 27 trails alone. Golfers can tee off at 17 courses within an hour’s drive, including three at the world-famous Greenbier. Other popular area pursuits include rock climbing, whitewater rafting, hunting and hiking. And one of the largest limestone regions in the east attracts caving aficionados from across the country.