Hospitalist - IM/FM
- Family Medicine or Internal Medicine Trained, Inpatient Hospitalist
- Schedule rotating one week on/week off
- 13 shifts (156 hours) per 28-day block, 13 blocks per year
- Cerner EMR, open ICU
- No Call, BE/BC, Hospital Employment
- Must be willing to do procedures (endotracheal intubation essential, central lines preferred)
- Base salary, plus loan allocation, bonus, CME and relocation
- 200 Hours/5 weeks of vacation, sick leave accrual up to 600 hours
- 6 major holidays, 8 hours of holiday pay, paid as additional hours at regular hourly rate
- Medical, Life and Long-Term Disability Insurance, Malpractice Insurance
- 403 (b) Tax Deferred Annuity with 4% Employer Match
- 457 (b) Deferred Compensation Retirement Plan
Other Support Services
- Cardiology, CVT Surgery
- ENT & Allergy
- General Surgery
- Palliative Care/Hospice
- Pediatric Hospitalists In-house
- Pulmonary Critical Care
Named as the “top Micropolitan community in the United States,” Findlay, Ohio, offers the benefits of both large city and community living.
Many global companies such as Marathon Petroleum Corporation and Cooper Tire are headquartered in Findlay, as well as major distribution centers. The Hancock County region is also an international business center with Japanese, German, Canadian, Brazilian, Irish and English enterprises.
Downtown Findlay is a blend of beautiful, historical structures bustling with retail shops, restaurants, activities and businesses. The Findlay area offers year-round recreation and cultural activities, unique cuisine and a wide range of attractions. The Marathon Center for the Performing Arts (MCPA) provides a hub for the performing and visual arts.
Findlay is home to the University of Findlay, Owens Community College and Winebrenner Theological Seminary. Findlay High School is a comprehensive high school with an enrollment of over 1,600 students in grades 9-12. Findlay's middle school students attend one of three middle schools: Donnell, Central, or Glenwood. There are four intermediate buildings, four primary buildings, and one K-5 building within the school system.
Blanchard Valley Health System is a non-profit, integrated regional health system based in Findlay, Ohio. Governed by a community board of trustees representing large and small business, education, law, medicine and finance, BVHS oversees all operations.
BVHS is one of the largest employers in the area with more than 2,000 associates and serves an eight-county area that includes Hancock, Allen, Putnam, Henry, Wood, Seneca, Wyandot and Hardin Counties. In addition, a dedicated group of more than 600 volunteers support BVHS through their contributions of both time and money.
The Blanchard Valley Health System strives for excellence and has been recognized as one of the nation’s top hospitals.
Our Mission: Caring for a lifetime.
Our Vision: Extraordinary people. Exceptional care.
Our Values: Integrity, Compassion, Skill, Collaboration, Innovation and Humor.
Blanchard Valley Medical Practices is a group of primary and specialty care physicians and providers owned by Blanchard Valley Health System. Our medical practices are dedicated to providing extraordinary care to every patient who enters our doors. The mission of BVMP is synonymous with the mission of BVHS – to provide “Caring for a lifetime.”
Benefits of choosing a BVMP provider include:
- Connection to a network of primary and specialty care offices
- Access to the MyHealth Patient Portal to conveniently manage your health electronically
- Online appointment requests through our website
- Office locations in communities throughout Northwest Ohio