- 81 Ball Park Road
Harlan ARH Hospital is a 150-bed, acute-care facility located in Harlan County, Kentucky. The hospital provides a comprehensive array of specialty medical services and community-based care such as, but not limited to, Behavioral Health, Cancer Care, Heart Care, Women’s Health, Rehabilitation Therapy, and Surgery. Harlan ARH was recognized as one of America’s "100 Top Hospitals" in 1998, 2007, and 2011.
Appalachian Regional Healthcare (ARH) is a not-for-profit health system serving 350,000 residents across Eastern Kentucky and Southern West Virginia. Operating nine hospitals, multi-specialty physician practices, home health agencies, HomeCare Stores and retail pharmacies, ARH is the largest provider of care and single largest employer in southeastern Kentucky and the third largest private employer in southern West Virginia.
The ARH system employs 4,700 employees and has a network of more than 600 active and courtesy medical staff members representing various specialties. Firmly committed to its mission of improving the health and promoting the well-being of all people in Eastern Kentucky and Southern West Virginia.
If you are a physician seeking a high quality lifestyle and a high quality medical practice, then you have found a home with ARH. We invite you to join the ARH team!
ARH Selected as the 2010 Outstanding Rural Health Organization in the Nation
- Competitive base salary & production bonuses based on WRVU
- Potential starting bonus opportunities
- Loan Repayment opportunities of up to $25,000 a year and a maximum of $200,000 over multiple contracts
- Potential stipend opportunities while completing your residency and fellowship
- Relocation assistance
- $3,500 annual CME coverage – 5 days off
- 403B plan
- Great health care benefits with low out of pocket expense
- PTO – 29 days a year
Harlan County is located in the mountains of southeastern Kentucky, the state's richest bituminous coal field. The majority of the county lies between two major mountain ridges, Pine Mountain to the north and Cumberland Mountain to the south. Atop Cumberland Mountain, Harlan County shares a border with Lee County, Virginia. In between these two long mountain ridges lie the three spurs of Black Mountain, one of which is the highest point in the state. This mountain has been the source of Harlan County's economic history as a major coal producing region in the state and nation since the early 1920s.
Like other parts of Appalachia, Harlan County is an outdoor enthusiast’s playground! The county is located within a short driving distance from several Kentucky state parks and some of the large lakes in the Tennessee Valley Authority system. Part of the Cumberland Gap National Historical Park is located in the extreme southwestern corner of the county, with the park’s entrance located in neighboring Bell County. These parks provide opportunities for golf, tennis, swimming, fishing, hiking, and more. To learn more about the community of Harlan, Kentucky, please visit the Harlan County Chamber of Commerce.