Outpatient Clinic Physician Opening in Carbondale, IL

Center for Medical Arts
Facility: Center for Medical Arts 
Address: 1239 East Main Street 
Carbondale, IL 62901 

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Opportunity Criteria
Specialty: Family Medicine
Geriatric Medicine
Internal Medicine 
Candidate Type: MD, DO 
Visas Accepted: J1 or H1
Loan Repayment: Not Specified
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 Internist, Family Medicine or Geriatrician Needed

Join 4 existing physicians at one of the areas largest multi-disciplnary clinics, and enjoying living next door to the Shawnee National Forest.

Highlights of the opportunity include:

  • Hospital Employed
  • Competitive salary
  • Productivity bonus
  • Quality bonus
  • Sign on bonus
  • Relocation bonus
  • Student loan assistance

Clinic information

  • Epic EMR
  • Multidisciplinary clinic including Pediatrics and Primary Care
  • Large referral base
  • 250,000 Population Primary Service Area Covering 6 Counties, 10 Additional Collar Counties with an Additional 100k Population
  • 1:5 Call

Center for Medical Arts

The Center for Medical Arts is a multi-disciplinary health care facility serving the residents of southern Illinois. Primary care services include family medicine, internal medicine, geriatrics and pediatrics. The Center also provides access to specialty care services such as gastroenterology, ENT, urology and allergy/immunology.

Our convenient outpatient facility also provides imaging (radiology) and laboratory services as well as Prompt Care walk in services.  The Physicians’ Surgery Center offers same-day surgery in a warm, personalized setting.

About Southern Illinois Healthcare

The people of Southern Illinois Healthcare, a not-for-profit health care system, are dedicated to promoting the health and well being of all of the people in the communities we serve. Our mission is guided by our values: compassion, collaboration, quality, stewardship, integrity, accountability and respect. Over 3,700 employees, along with physicians and volunteers, work together to achieve our mission and ensure that the health care needs of those we serve are met. We make this a reality by treating patients in SIH facilities, offering services in rural clinics, collaborating with some of America's best hospitals and improving our communities through our charitable community benefits programs.

Memorial Hospital of Carbondale

With 154 acute care beds, Memorial Hospital serves as the area’s regional referral center. Memorial specializes in obstetrics and tertiary services such as vascular, neurology, oncology and cardiology. Other features include:

  • 34,000 ED encounters annually
  • Accredited Chest Pain Center and is the hub for the Prairie STAT Heart/STEMI program
  • Primary Stroke Center
  • Labor & Delivery unit with Level II Plus nursery, caring for 2000+ babies annually
  • 24-hour Hospitalist program
  • Imaging center includes 128 Slice CT, 3T MRI, PET/CT, interventional radiology and ACR-certified ultrasound services
  • 10 suite modern surgical center with new da Vinci Xi
  • Hybrid OR
  • Comprehensive neuroscience program with neurology, neurosurgery, interventional pain and physiatry
  • Affiliated with SIU School of Medicine, family medicine residency program, and general surgery residency rotation
  • Commission on Cancer accredited program
  • Partnership with Prairie Cardiovascular
  • Cardiac services include cath lab, cardiac surgery, vascular, and rehab

About Carbondale, IL

Carbondale is known for farmers markets, festivals and summer concerts in the park. With Southern Illinois University in town, there is no shortage of things to do. One can enjoy visiting the local wineries and breweries, or boating on one of the many public lakes.

You will be living in beautiful southern Illinois, a hidden treasure in America’s heartland. The region is bounded by the Ohio and Mississippi rivers and dotted with accessible lakes nestled in the great hardwoods in the hills of the Shawnee National Forest. The area is rich with state parks, including famous Giant City State Park and Lodge, Garden of the Gods and Little Grand Canyon.

Area residents enjoy four seasons with a long fall and spring and a mild winter. Parents can choose from diverse schools, many of them newly built, with above average student assessment scores. 50 nationalities are represented within the community. All of this quality lifestyle comes at a very pleasant cost. One may purchase a new home with a mortgage that is less than the rent of an apartment in most major cities. The average three-bedroom home costs $200,000.

  • Easy access to St. Louis, Nashville, Memphis & Chicago
  • Enjoy the 30+ award-winning local vineyards
  • Enjoy numerous music festivals and local art fairs
  • Academics available with Top 100 Research University, Southern Illinois University
  • Learn to fly at the local aviation school
  • Cheer on Southern Illinois University’s popular football and basketball teams
  • Be entertained with a multitude of cultural experiences at famous Shryock Auditorium (symphony, art, opera)
  • 25 golf courses, 3 state parks, boating, fishing, sailing, hiking, rock climbing, bicycle trails and hunting

There is boating and sailing, fishing, hiking and rock climbing, winding horse trails and miles of cycling paths. You can also tee up at over 25 golf-courses or take a trip on the southern Illinois wine trail where you can visit dozens of wineries and bed and breakfasts. Music festivals and local fairs are numerous and there are many historical attractions, unique shops and towns and fine restaurants with local and international cuisine.

Home of Southern Illinois University
SIU, located in Carbondale, is a public research university, with a medical school, law school and business school. The Southern Illinois Salukis participate at the Division I level of intercollegiate athletics. SIU also offers a full schedule of theater, live music, opera and other events at historic Shryock Auditorium and modern McLeod Theater. Students come from all 50 states, and from over 100 countries. SIU is ranked in the top 5% of all US higher education institutions for research.

Additional Information

John A. Logan Community College is just 10 miles from SIU and currently has the lowest in-district tuition and mandatory fees rates in the state. It also offers many educational and cultural activities for the community.

Local shopping includes many quality, national stores and, in southern Illinois, you are only two hours from St. Louis, three hours from Nashville or Memphis and five hours from Chicago. It is also a great area for your children - parents can choose from diverse schools – 50 nationalities are represented within the community – with above average student assessment scores with above-average student assessment scores.

Climate is mild, with an extended and vibrant fall season, mild winters, and long, warm Spring seasons. Average rainfall is 47.21 inches, snowfall 11 inches, low temperature averages 44.9 degrees and high temperatures average 67.5 degrees.

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