Mercy Health Physicians
Our physician-led group practice of 1,300 employed providers, including primary care physicians, advanced practice providers and specialists. This may be right for you if you are seeking freedom to focus on patients with a flexible practice model, as well as operational support, population health management tools, IT resources and more. Our employed providers also receive enhanced benefits and compensation, plus capital investment in your practice.
Nestled among the hills of the Ohio River Valley, the city of Cincinnati is known for its great beauty with steep hills, wooded suburbs, a picturesque downtown riverfront, and four definite seasons. Chosen by FORTUNE magazine as one of the top ten places to live and work, you'll find friendly neighbors, great job opportunities, excellent schools, diverse religions, shopping, safety and endless things to do. All this and affordable too.
Greater Cincinnati is comprised of 13 counties in the tri-state area- Ohio, Kentucky, and Indiana- and is home to almost 2 million people. It features all the amenities of a large, bustling metropolis while maintaining a friendly, small town atmosphere - a unique balancing act - but one that makes the region a remarkably flexible location filled with a wealth of opportunities and options. With a diverse roster of solid small, mid-sized, and larger businesses in its boundaries, Cincinnati offers virtually everything needed for business success.
For year-round fun, families pack such places as The Cincinnati Zoo, Krohn Conservatory, and the UnMuseum for children at the new Contemporary Arts Center, Museum Center, Newport Aquarium, Newport on the Levee, and the Peace Bell. There are casinos for gaming fans to try their luck. In the winter, it's skiing at Perfect North Slopes. In the summer, families flock to theme parks, including Paramount's Kings Island, Coney Island, The Beach Waterpark and LeSourdsville Lake Amusement Park.
Cincinnati is home to the first professional baseball team in the country, the Cincinnati Reds, organized in 1869. Today, baseball is an all-time favorite, and the Reds continue to excite loyal fans at the new Great American Ball Park. Other spectator sports abound, including Cincinnati Bengals football, Riverhawks soccer, Mighty Ducks and Cyclones hockey, plus tennis, horse and car racing. College and high school athletics are also hot tickets.
The arts are a big deal in Cincinnati. There are galleries, theaters and museums, including the new Contemporary Arts Center and the Freedom Center. Every year in February, the city shows off its rich variety of art during Fine Arts Sampler Weekend featuring more than 100 free visual and performing arts, including the ballet, symphony, opera and Playhouse in the Park.
Work, play, and stay in Cincy!