Fauquier Health is seeking a full time BE/BC OB/GYN to join an outstanding team that is looking for a great work environment. This position is with a hospital employed practice to join two other OB/GYN physicians and one CNM. The candidate must be trained in robotics and have a desire to incorporate gynecology into their practice. The clinic is adjacent to the hospital and has lab and ultrasound services on-site, and allows for easy access to patients on the labor and delivery unit. The O’Shaughnessy Family Birthing Center at Fauquier Health offers the very best in maternity and delivery care and has 24/7 anesthesia coverage. Our state-of-the-art birthing center serves much of Northern Virginia – including Warrenton, Bull Run Haymarket, Front Royal and Warren County. There are 11 LDRP rooms on the unit in addition to an operating room dedicated to C-Sections. Fauquier Health had 772 deliveries in 2018 and the hospital has Pediatric Hospitalist coverage 24/7 to attend all C-Sections and high-risk deliveries. The hospital has a Level 2 Intermediate Care Nursery and recent renovations to the nursery have doubled its size and added four beds, for a total of seven. Call coverage is 1:3. Fauquier County is a friendly place nestled between the Blue Ridge Mountains and the bustling cities of northern Virginia. It is a Planetree-designated facility and serves the residents of Fauquier and several surrounding counties. Fauquier County is located in the Piedmont region of rural Virginia, about an hour from Washington D.C. Steeped in equestrian tradition, it is today renowned as the heart of hunt and wine country. Its residents are equestrians, winery lovers and outdoors enthusiasts.
Fauquier Health is a community health system dedicated to high quality, patient-centered care in a unique environment that considers the multiple facets of healing and respects the individuality of each and every patient. It is a Planetree-designated facility and serves the residents of Fauquier and several surrounding counties. It provides a comprehensive range of inpatient and outpatient services at Fauquier Hospital, a fully-accredited, 97-bed hospital; Fauquier Health Rehabilitation and Nursing Center, a 115-bed long-term care and rehabilitation facility; the Villa at Suffield Meadows, an assisted living facility; the Wound Health Center; a medically supervised Wellness Center offering health and wellness programs; and a number of physician practices.
Fauquier County is located in the Piedmont region of rural Virginia, about an hour from Washington D.C., and is named after Francis Fauquier, a lieutenant and acting governor of the Virginia Colony in the 18th century. Steeped in equestrian tradition, it is today renowned as the heart of hunt and wine country. Its residents are equestrians, winery lovers and outdoors enthusiasts. The county has three incorporated towns – The Plains, Warrenton and Remington – and many small, historic villages. Residents are served by a thriving school system and three branch libraries.
The Plains is home to the Great Meadow events center, which hosts point-to-point races, horse shows and jumping competitions, as well as polo matches every weekend during the spring and summer. The Virginia Gold Cup (in May) and the International Gold Cup (in October) are prestigious steeplechase events that draw tens of thousands of visitors to the county. In Warrenton, the Warrenton Horse Show is a youth-run event that has been put on for more than 100 years. Two dozen wineries in the county provide an opportunity for visitors to relax and enjoy bucolic views and locally made wine. Most vineyards host wine-tastings and other events, and the Virginia Wine Festival is held in September. The area’s rich Civil War history can be experienced through several different self-driven tours, guided tours, museums, and historical trail markers. Children and adults alike are drawn to the Flying Circus in southern Fauquier, which presents a wing-walking airshow every Sunday afternoon. Other annual events, like the Scottish Games and Festival, Evening Under the Stars and First Night in Warrenton, dot the annual calendar.