Great outpatient primary care position located in the beautiful mountains of southern West Virginia. Opportunity to grow a practice quickly given the need for primary care services in the community and a large patient referral area including southwestern West Virginia and Eastern Kentucky. - Hospitalist group in place 24/7 - Supportive administrative team in place to ensure your success. - Teaching and lecturing available to rotating medical students and PA's. Logan is surrounded by spectacular mountains, swirling rivers and scenic countryside. It is a community of people that enjoy a small town feel and a love for the outdoors with easy access to city amenities. Hunting, fishing, camping, hiking, skiing and four-wheeling opportunities are endless and Charleston is an easy commuting distance, just a short 60 mile drive away. The beautiful mountainous scenery and friendly hospitality that southern West Virginia has to offer, makes Logan a great place to live and practice medicine!
Welcome to Logan, where residents enjoy the best in family friendly living, surrounded by spectacular mountains, swirling rivers and scenic countrysides.
Logan Regional Medical Center serves Logan and the surrounding area with a full range of inpatient and outpatient services at its 140-bed, Joint Commission-accredited acute care facility and physician practices.
The city of Logan is alive with special events throughout the year, including live outdoor dramas in summer at the Liz Spurlock Amphitheater in Chief Logan State Park, a Civil War reenactment each September and the Shawnee Trail Encampment in October, featuring daily frontier living, exhibits by artisans and craftsmen and “Buckskinners” portraying characters from the late 18th century. During the holiday season, Chief Logan State Park becomes a winter wonderland, with a beautiful light display. Southern West Virginia Community and Technical College offers two-year associate degrees, in addition to certificates in more than 20 technical and occupational career fields
Camping, fishing, golfing, hiking, mountain biking, skiing, tennis, youth soccer leagues and more – West Virginia has it all. The 4,000-acre Chief Logan State Park offers a 25-site campground, modern restaurant, picnic shelters, playground, swimming pool, tennis, miniature golf, outdoor amphitheater, conference center and wildlife center. Horseback riding is another popular pastime, with park stables providing horses. And nearby are the Hatfield and McCoy Trail Systems, open to ATVs, motorcycles, mountain bikers, equestrians and hikers.