Otolaryngologist Needed in Finger Lakes Region of Upstate New York
An outstanding opportunity exists to join our highly respected ENT practice as part of an established 210+ provider multi-specialty group. You will be afforded the opportunity to practice a full spectrum of ENT services while being supported by superior staff and premier ancillary services in our integrated healthcare system. If you are seeking a collegial practice environment offering the rewards of a balanced personal and professional lifestyle, you must explore this opportunity!
- 10 room operating suite with state-of-the-art instrumentation and video capability
- Spectacular outpatient office setting in our modern multi-specialty medical office building
- Osteopathic training program with faculty opportunities
- Highly Competitive Salary Guarantee with Incentives
- Newly enhanced, lucrative Employment Bonus
- Vacation Time
- Educational Loan Repayment
- CME Days
- Full Malpractice
- Health, Vision, Dental Benefits
- 401(k) and/or 403(b)
Arnot Health is a financially secure, not-for-profit, integrated healthcare system providing high-quality diagnostic, ambulatory, and acute care, as well as rehabilitative and wellness services. With an extensive network of primary care offices and over 700 licensed beds in 1 tertiary-care and 2 acute-care hospitals, Arnot Health is the preferred healthcare provider in the Twin Tiers of southern New York and northern Pennsylvania. The Arnot Health system includes:
- Arnot Ogden Medical Center, Elmira, NY, is a not-for-profit tertiary medical facility that tops the list of preferred area hospitals. Specialty services include orthopedic care, cardiovascular care, cancer care, women’s health services and maternity, emergency medicine and surgery.
- Ira Davenport Memorial Hospital, Bath, NY, is a not-for-profit, 38-bed acute care hospital with an adjacent 120-bed skilled nursing facility.
- St. Joseph's Hospital, Elmira, NY, is a not-for-profit, Catholic hospital specializing in orthopedic care, physical rehabilitation, geriatric medicine, behavioral science and alcohol rehabilitation.
- Arnot Medical Services is a large, dedicated 190+ provider multi-specialty group offering diverse practice options and an exceptional lifestyle.
The Southern Finger Lakes and Pennsylvania Grand Canyon area, known locally as the Twin Tiers, offer a truly exceptional lifestyle. Nestled in low rolling hills carved by prehistoric glaciers, the Twin Tiers covers 9,000 square miles of lakes, hills, villages and vineyards and includes over 650 miles of lakefront property. Midway between New York City and Niagara Falls, the Twin Tiers is known for picturesque lakes, lush forests, scenic bluffs, and valleys dotted with wineries, orchards, dairy farms, resorts and country inns. Our local communities are rich in history and offer abundant, varied and competitively priced housing in and around the cities and suburbs of Elmira and Corning. Low crime rate, low traffic volumes, short commuting distances, and an easygoing, rural character enable a comfortable lifestyle that urban areas can't match.
The Twin Tiers boasts many educational opportunities for families. Choose from public, private, faith-based and Montessori schools, located in Schuyler, Chemung, Steuben, Tompkins and Tioga Counties in New York and Bradford and Tioga Counties in nearby Pennsylvania. An array of arts and music, athletics and other educational programs are available through local learning and community organizations. Colleges and universities within convenient distance include Cornell University, Ithaca College, Mansfield University, Hobart and William Smith Colleges, Elmira College and more institutions of higher learning.
Outdoor enthusiasts can visit lakes, rivers, and canals to fish, swim, canoe, wind surf, snorkel, water ski, sail, kayak or go white-water rafting. On land they can hike, bike, golf, rock climb, bird watch, hunt, downhill or cross country ski, snowboard, or snowmobile. Finger Lakes Tourism Alliance Corning & the Finger Lakes Pennsylvania Grand Canyon.
Arnot Health is an integrated healthcare system providing diagnostic, ambulatory, secondary and tertiary acute care, as well as rehabilitative and wellness services to residents of the Southern Tier of New York and Northern Tier of Pennsylvania (aka the Twin Tiers). The three-hospital regional healthcare system consists of Arnot Ogden Medical Center and St. Joseph’s Hospital in Elmira, and Ira Davenport Memorial Hospital in Bath NY. An independent, not-for-profit organization, Arnot Health has a total of 809 licensed beds, including 493 acute care, 231 long term care, 40 physical medicine rehabilitation, 25 psychiatric, and 20 substance abuse rehabilitation. The system currently has more than 300 physicians from over specialties. Arnot Health serves as a clinical campus for medical students from Lake Erie College of Osteopathic Medicine and offers residency and fellowship training programs. Candidates with a passion for teaching are of special interest.
Arnot Medical Services (AMS) is a 200+ provider multi-specialty medical practice operating 20 primary care practices and 35 specialty care practices that are conveniently located throughout the Twin Tiers. All are integrated through a robust EMR program that communicates with all offices and hospitals in the system. The group is organized as a NYS professional corporation and strategically led by an advisory board representing primary and specialty care providers throughout the system. In pursuit of clinical excellence and quality, AMS participates in a formal patient satisfaction program and strives to promote a culture of patient-centered quality.
Lifestyle Amenities in the Twin Tiers The Southern Finger Lakes and Pennsylvania Grand Canyon and the cities and suburbs of Elmira and Corning offer a truly exceptional life style. Excellent schools, convenient shopping, low crime rates, and high air and water quality combine to foster a superior environment with very affordable housing. The region is a mecca for outdoor enthusiasts offering an abundance of activities in all seasons.