Orthopedic Surgeon Opportunity
Columbus Community Hospital is actively recruiting for an orthopedic surgeon to join our hospital staff and medical community.
Position - This is a hospital-employed position in which the orthopedic surgeon will work with a group of physicians in the areas of orthopedics and sports medicine. Columbus Community Hospital’s orthopedic surgeons offer computer-assisted surgery general orthopedics, hip and knee replacement, shoulder surgery, minimally invasive surgery, sports medicine, ACL reconstruction, fracture care and orthopedic trauma care.
This position offers:
Newly renovated OR
Mako Robotic-Arm Assisted Surgery System
Financially sound hospital system with tenured staff
State-of-the art facility
Competitive Salary, Benefits & Relocation Assistance
State-licensed Child Care Center on campus
Columbus Community Hospital is a nonprofit, Joint Commission-accredited, acute care facility characterized by its family centered care, community involvement and progressive ideas in health care. The hospital serves Platte County and the seven surrounding counties. The hospital emergency department is staffed 24/7 by hospital-employed physicians and is designated as a Level III Trauma Center. Additional highlights of our state-of-the-art facility include advanced diagnostic imaging services provided by a 1.5T wide bore MRI, 64 and 128 slice CT scanners, a hybrid OR room and two digital breast tomosynthesis mammography machines. We also have strong, in-house adult and pediatric hospitalist programs and an excellent nursing staff. Our medical staff value clinical quality, patient satisfaction and collegiality.
Columbus, Nebraska is in the heart of the Midwest. It sits at the confluence of the Loup and Platte Rivers, which provide a bounty of wildlife viewing, kayaking, hunting and fishing opportunities, as well as beautiful sunrises and sunsets. Columbus has a population of 22,000 and is one of the state’s most progressive and dynamic communities. Columbus offers a fair tax structure, outstanding public and private schools and a variety of recreation and entertainment options. It has clean air, safe neighborhoods, no traffic jams and plenty of sunshine. Columbus is 80 miles away from Nebraska’s largest communities, Omaha and Lincoln, which means the benefits of big city entertainment, major airports and a key Big Ten Conference University (University of Nebraska-Lincoln), are just a short drive away.
To learn more about this lucrative practice opportunity, please contact the hospital’s Vice President of Physician Relations: Amy Blaser