Physician, General Urology, Bedford / Richmond

University Hospitals Cleveland, OH

About the Job

Description

  • Join the UH Urology Institute which provides outstanding patient care, urologic training and translational research. The Institute has a regional focus throughout Northeast Ohio to allow convenient access for our patients and a robust transfer program for our providers.

  • Traditional Urology is the focus, but we can assist in building a practice to incorporate fellowship training.

  • Call schedule can be discussed to ensure a work/life balance

  • High earning potential with our compensation model

 

UH Bedford- An 88-bed, private, non-profit, full service, acute-care community hospital. The most recent additions to our services are a University Hospitals Harrington Heart & Vascular Institute, offering invasive and non-invasive procedures, an MRI Suite with separate entrance and parking, and a Wound Care and Hyperbaric Medicine Center.

 

UH Richmond- A full-service, community-based, 125-bed acute care teaching hospital, offering residents of Lake and eastern Cuyahoga Counties more than 30 specialties from over 100 physicians and an unparalleled nursing staff. 

 

Cleveland, Ohio:

Cleveland, Ohio offers exciting city life with access to unique neighborhoods boasting great restaurants, art museums, major league sports, a massive MetroParks system with miles of hiking and biking trails, and beaches and boating on Lake Erie. Cleveland has many beautiful suburbs in close proximity if that is better suited for you. Learn more about Cleveland, Ohio: http://www.thisiscleveland.com/

 

Qualifications

  • Board-certified or Board-eligible in Urology
  • Fellowship training in a subspecialty welcome
  • Active Ohio Medical License in good standing upon effective date of employment
  • Must align with our core values: Excellence, Diversity, Integrity, Compassion and Teamwork

 

Compensation is highly competitive, with productivity incentives available.

 

UH is committed to equal opportunity and diversity.  Women, veterans, members of underrepresented minority groups and individuals with disabilities are encouraged to apply.

 

To Heal. To Teach. To Discover.