Emergency Medicine Physician

Ray County Memorial Hospital
Facility: Ray County Memorial Hospital 
Address: 904 Wollard Blvd 
Richmond, MO 64085-2243 
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Opportunity Criteria
Specialty: Emergency Medicine 
Candidate Type: MD, DO 
Visas Accepted: No J1 or H1
Loan Repayment: Not Specified
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Job Description

  • 6K annual ED volume
  • 25 hospital beds
  • 6 ED beds
  • Level III Stroke Center
  • Facility Renovations started 2015

Site Description

Ray County Memorial Hospital is a 25 bed critical access facility containing an outpatient clinic offering 10 specialty clinics, radiology, CT Unit, MRI, and ultrasound. The facility has a Life Flight helipad available along with local ambulance services for those medical emergencies needing to be transferred.

Community Description

Richmond, Missouri is country living with the city amenities. Being centrally located to major highways with easy access for commuters, Kansas City is just 45 minutes east of Richmond. Richmond is full of history, entertainment, and business. Residents enjoy the many parks, walking trails, and a golf courses to make this city a great place for outdoor enthusiasts as well.

About SCP Health

SCP Health (SCP) is a clinical company. At our core we work to bring hospitals and healers together in the pursuit of clinical effectiveness. With a portfolio of over 8 million patients, 7500 providers, 30 states, and 400 healthcare facilities, SCP Health is a leader in clinical practice management spanning the entire continuum of care, including emergency medicine, hospital medicine, wellness, telemedicine, intensive care, and ambulatory care.

Contact Information
Contact: Alec Nash 
Phone: 800-893-9698
E-mail: Click here to e-mail.
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