Valley View Medical Center is looking for additional primary care physicians. The opportunity will have the option of joining an existing, independent, well-established practice or be hospital-employed in northwestern Arizona. There will also be Nurse Practitioners helping to see the volume in the practice. Fort Mohave is an ideal location to live and work. 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
Located on the Colorado River, the Ft. Mohave/Bullhead City/Laughlin area balances fast growth in the Southwest with a slower-paced lifestyle than is found in big cities.
Opened in 2005, Valley View Medical Center offers a full complement of community and regional referral services in all of the major medical disciplines, with a medical staff that represents a broad cross section of specialty areas. The main campus is anchored by an 84-bed, state-of-the-art acute care facility, with all-private patient rooms, six major operating rooms, two minor procedure rooms and a modern, high-tech cardiac catheterization unit. Two medical office buildings adjoin the acute care facility, and services are also offered at two offsite offices.
Fort Mohave sits where three states come together – Arizona, Nevada and California. The area’s classic, low-desert climate offers sunshine most days of the year, an average year-round temperature of 75.4 degrees and breathtakingly beautiful sunsets. The Tri-State community is a boon for water lovers, with Lake Mohave, Lake Havasu and the Colorado River providing bountiful opportunities for recreation. Mohave National Preserve, in the heart of the world-famous Mojave Desert, offers a tranquil respite amid rose-colored sand dunes, Joshua tree forests and mile-high mountains.
Golfers can tee off at no less than six courses nearby, including Desert Lakes Golf Course just a mile from the main hospital campus. The Black Mountain Range offers opportunities for off-roading, ghost town exploring and visiting the old mining town of Oatman. A mountainside lodge and restaurant, as well as a county park with cabins, can be found in the Hualapai Mountains. And the Grand Canyon, Sedona and mountain snow skiing beckon from just a few hours away.