Suburban Health Organization Family Medicine-Riverview Health: 2290 in Noblesville, Indiana
Family Medicine-Riverview Health: 2290
- Position Code
Physician Recruitment Team
phone: (855) firstname.lastname@example.org
- Preferred Specialty
Family Medicine, General
- Start Date
- Call Coverage
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New Hope Family MedicineÂ in Noblesville is lookingÂ to add aÂ physician toÂ their team. This is a part-time need. Open to practicing physician or new grad. Willing to wait for the right fit.
Candidate will work 3 days/week.
Candidate will join a busy, established practice. Employed opportunity. 100% outpatient opportunity.
Competitive salary and benefits package.
Riverview Health is located in the heart of Hamilton County, Indiana, just 15 minutes north of Indianapolis. The 156-bed county-owned hospital brings big-city services to the doorsteps of area residents and employers. Our medical staff is comprised of 350 physicians, in 35 medical specialties, who are recognized for clinical and service excellence. Riverview Health offers primary care and specialty physicians throughout Hamilton County and in adjacent communities. Riverview Health is one of the largest employers in Hamilton County, employing over 1350 full-time equivalent employees, thus having an enormous impact on the community's economy. The hospital is owned by the county and receives no tax dollars for operating expenses.
Living in Noblesville provides residents with competitive housing rates, exceptional schools and a high quality of life. Just north of Indianapolis and the near north side, Noblesville offers easy access to the many amenities of Indianapolis without the hassle. Hamilton County, Indiana, not only provides a superb tourism product, but also prides itself in economic development and an outstanding quality of life. American City Business Journals recently rated Hamilton County eighth among 3,141 counties and a few cities studied throughout the state, putting Hamilton the first among Indiana counties as the best places to live.