Urology Physician Job with Ballad Health in Marion, VA

Physician - Urology Opportunity in Beautiful Marion, Virginia

Ballad Health Marion, VA 24354
  • Accepts J1 Visas: No
  • Accepts H1B Visas: No
  • Loan Assistance:Yes
  • Employee
  • Academic Opportunity:No
  • Telemedicine Opportunity:No
  • 11/11/2022
  • 871925

Smyth County Community Hospital and an Employed Urology Group are currently seeking a Full Time, BE/BC Urologist.. Position will be based Full Time in Marion, Virginia.

  • Competitive Annual Salary
  • Employment
  • Production Bonus Based on Work RVUs
  • Sign On Bonus
  • Relocation Assistance
  • Educational Loan Reimbursement
  • Stipend Payment Available to Residents/Fellows
  • Paid Malpractice
  • Full Benefits
  • PTO
  • CME

Previous Urologist Retired; Recruiting for Replacement.  Qualified Candidate will  be busy with established, stable practice.  Option to  do Robotic Procedures in nearby facility (Bristol Regional Medical Center) within Ballad Health, located in Bristol, TN. 

About Smyth County Community Hospital:

Smyth County Community Hospital  is a 44-bed not-for-profit hospital located in Marion, Virginia. The facility offers a wide range of services, including surgery, rehabilitation, home health, skilled nursing, long-term care, orthopedics and more. The hospital has achieved a “Five Star” rating by the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services, one of 266 nationwide, and the only “Five Star” hospital in Virginia. Learn more about Smyth County Community Hospital at www.balladhealth.org/SCCH.

About the Community:
Smyth County Community Hospital is located in historic Marion, Virginia. Marion is the gateway to both Hungry Mother State Park and the highest peak in Virginia, Mount Rogers. Within miles of hiking and biking trails, stocked trout streams and a 500 acre mountain lake, Marion is an ideal place for a vacation - or to call home. Marion is one of the few towns to receive designation as an official Virginia Main Street Community and National Main Street Community.  The town is known for the Lincoln Theatre, which is the home of the nationally syndicated bluegrass music program, “Song of the Mountains”.  Every month from May through December, the town hosts ArtWalk with local artists and musicians.