Seeking BC/BE Gastroenterologist to join group of 5 board certified Gastroenterologists. The GI physicians provide endoscopy procedures in a state-of-the-art GI Endoscopy Center attached to their clinic. The Endoscopy Center has 6 procedure rooms with one designated for endoscopic ultrasound where 6-8 EUS procedures are performed weekly. This group of highly skilled physicians also provide a wide array of advanced endoscopic procedures including ERCP. Other clinical and academic activities include a weekly GI conference, teaching of medical students, family practice and internal medicine residents, and potential for clinical research. Clinical faculty appointment is a possibility in conjunction with the South Dakota School of Medicine. The physicians are employed, have a base salary plus production incentvies and an extremely generous benefit package.
General Gastroenterologist: INPATIENT AND OUTPATIENT MIX
•Clinic attached to hospital by skywalk
•16 exam rooms
•Endoscopy Center located in GI Clinic Building
•6 endoscopy rooms with state-of-the-art technology
•18 patient rooms in Endoscopy Center
Hospitalist Gastroenterologist: NO OUTPATIENT COVERAGE
•1-2 Weeks of inpatient coverage per month
•1 weeknight evening of call, with weekend call coverage
• 6 Midlevels take primary call
•10-15 patients seen per day •Avera McKennan has 545 beds
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As South Dakota's largest city, Sioux Falls is consistently ranked among America's top places to live. With a metro-area population of 243,900, Sioux Falls benefits from safe streets, excellent schools, low unemployment and no state income tax, to offer a superb quality of life.
With one of the Midwest's most dynamic and diverse business environments, Sioux Falls is home to industry-leading companies in agribusiness, financial services, healthcare and tourism. Sioux Falls is regularly ranked in Forbes magazine's Best Small Places for Business and Careers.
Sioux Falls also boasts a low cost of living compared to other Midwestern cities.
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As the urban center for the region, Sioux Falls features unique restaurants, retail shops and cultural venues. It also attracts big-name performing artists and Broadway shows.
Downtown Sioux Falls
Sioux Falls is home to a vibrant, revitalized downtown filled with local shops, bars and restaurants.
Two farmers' markets serve the area, featuring locally grown produce, dairy products and meat. Many market booths feature organic options.
Sertoma Butterfly House & Marine Cove
Sioux Empire Community Theatre
Siouxland Heritage Museums
South Dakota Symphony Orchestra
Washington Pavilion of Arts and Sciences -- Home to traveling Broadway shows, the Kirby Science Discovery Center and a Visual Arts Center.
Sioux Falls Events keeps a comprehensive list of area attractions.
Sioux Falls is a 3-hour drive from Omaha, Neb., and a 4-hour drive from Minneapolis, Minn.
Sioux Falls experiences four full seasons and offers opportunities to take advantage of them all.
Great Bear Recreation Park -- Skiing, snowboarding and warm-weather events
Great Plains Zoo & Delbridge Museum
The Outdoor Campus -- Outdoor skills and nature center
Sioux Falls Bike Trail
Sioux Falls Canaries Baseball
Sioux Falls Parks
Sioux Falls Pools
Wild Water West Waterpark
Sioux Falls is also a 5-hour drive from Badlands National Park and the Black Hills.
Sioux Falls offers public and parochial learning options. The Sioux Falls School District includes 23 elementary schools, five middle schools and three traditional high schools.
Sioux Falls Catholic Schools includes six elementary schools and one junior high and high school.
Other options include Sioux Falls Lutheran Schools and Sioux Falls Christian Schools.
From the Victorian-era homes near downtown to the newer developments east, west and south of the city, Sioux Falls offers a variety of residential areas. Neighborhoods are well served by public parks, libraries and other amenities.