Moses Taylor and Regional Hospital of Scranton Seek Urologists to Join a Hospital Affiliated Multi-Specialty Group!

Regional Hospital of Scranton
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Facility: Regional Hospital of Scranton 
Address: 746 Jefferson Avenue 
Scranton, PA  

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Opportunity Criteria
Specialty: Urology 
Candidate Type: MD, DO 
Visas Accepted: No J1 or H1
Loan Repayment: Not Specified
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Opportunity Description

Moses Taylor and Regional Hospital of Scranton are seeking BC/BE Urologists to join Delta Medix, a large independent multi-specialty group located in Scranton, Pennsylvania. A competitive recruitment and benefits package are available for the right candidate including bonus, relocation allowance, and medical education debt repayment.

Commencement Bonus of $50,000

Scranton is the sixth largest city in the State of Pennsylvania. The area is located in the crossroads of five interstate highways, providing easy access to the business and cultural centers of New York City, Philadelphia, Boston, and Washington, DC.  With its spectacular scenery, meandering waterways, and four seasons of weather, there is no shortage of outdoor activities. Quality education, from preschool through graduate school, is one for the region’s top priorities. Living in Northeastern Pennsylvania provides a lower cost of living and offers quality of life second to none.

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Three area hospitals and a number of outpatient clinics now officially belong to Community Health Systems Inc., a for-profit company that has promised to invest at least $68 million in the facilities over the next five years.

The $150 million sale of the former Mercy Hospital in Scranton, now called Regional Hospital of Scranton, as well as Tyler Memorial Hospital in Tunkhannock and Special Care Hospital in Nanticoke, was finalized Monday. Tennessee-based CHS, which owns Wilkes-Barre General, Pottstown Memorial Medical Center and 128 other hospitals throughout the country, was selected as a buyer for the facilities owned by Mercy Health Partners in February.

The new Mercy System includes the 198-bed Regional Hospital of Scranton (PA) and 48-bed Tyler Memorial Hospital in Tunkhannock, PA, bringing CHS' total number of acute hospitals in Pennsylvania to 13. CHS also acquired Mercy Health Partners' 67-bed Special Care Hospital in Nanticoke, PA, and other outpatient and ancillary services.

Despite the name changes and the shift from nonprofit to for-profit facilities, hospital and CHS officials said there will be little change in the day-to-day operations. CHS has agreed to keep on all hospital employees in good standing for at least one year and maintain relationships with all physicians serving on the hospitals' medical staffs.

The Scranton Plan

The Scranton Plan is the industrial marketing arm of The Greater Scranton Chamber of Commerce. The mission of The Scranton Plan is to create and retain jobs for Lackawanna County. With the help of two Chamber divisions, the Scranton Lackawanna Industrial Building Company (SLIBCO) and the Lackawanna Industrial Fund Enterprises (LIFE), the Scranton Plan is the driving force behind job creation and retention for Lackawanna County.

The Chamber's economic development programs have won numerous awards in the past for their efforts including the Top Economic Development Program in the nation by CUED in 2000, a Top Ten Local Economic Development Group in the May 2008 issue of Site Selection magazine and additional honors from PEDA, NEDA and the Small Business Administration.

 

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Contact: Deborah Starling 
Phone: 615-846-2343
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