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Pulmonary/Critical Care

  • Join a team of one experienced pulmonary/critical care physician and one advanced practice provider.
  • Outpatient clinic across the street from the hospital.
  • 16-bed ICU. Tele-ICU coverage.
  • Three-year guarantee salary.
  • Signing bonus/relocation.
  • Pulmonary hypertension interest is a plus but not required.


  • Well established hospital employed practice to walk right into
  • High volume with incentives to work hard
  • DaVinci robot
  • 1:3 call
  • State of the art facility and clinic
  • Strong relationships with administration and board; fully independent not for profit regional medical center
  • Six ORs


  • Join an established hospital employed outpatient practice with two APP's and a fully staffed clinic.

    Great compensation and benefits with a fully independent, not for profit regional medical center.

    Be the only endocrinologist in a large service area where you can truly make a difference.

    Located 4 hours east of Denver, CO and 4 hours west of Omaha, NE. Enjoy big cities within an easy interstate drive away; but be far enough where there's low crime, no traffic and an outdoor playground where you can boat, hike, bike, fish, hunt or just have a lawn and garden.


Incredible compensation & benefits; you determine how much time off you want
3 MD/6 CRNA group
No medical supervision of CRNA's; CRNA's practice independently in Nebraska
MD's backup call only
No CT surgery here; bread & butter with lots of OB
Great cohesive team
Level 3 ER

Sign on, relocation, CME allowance, paid malpractice insurance

Great Plains Health is a fully independent, not for profit regional medical center

Located 4 hours east of Denver and 4 hours west of Omaha right off I-80


Multiple positions - provide general medical care and management of hospitalized patients. Admit, care for, and discharge patients on behalf of primary care or specialty physicians who refer patients for admission to the Hospital and for unassigned ER, skilled nursing facility, and other patients. Serve as care team leader for all hospitalized patients and evaluate each hospital inpatient at least once daily. Coordinate specialist consults, provide consultation services, and expedite the transfer of patients to the appropriate level of care. Identify discharge needs, provide timely notice and follow-up with primary physicians, and consult as needed to identify non-hospital resources for patients. Prepare and provide all required administrative documentation and diagnoses for coding, including daily notes, admission and discharge summaries, dictation of evaluations, and billing as well as participate in medical staff activities and committees, provide clinical supervision, and assist in quality assurance, medical audits, utilization and peer reviews as well as credentialing and in-service educational programs. Develop and implement programs to expand medical services.

Full-time employment (40 hours/week) in rotating shifts with frequent on-call and weekend duties, as required.

Minimum Requirements: Medical degree or ECFMG equivalent, three (3) year medical residency in Internal Medicine (may include one year of internship or transitional training), Board certified or Board eligible in Internal Medicine, and current Nebraska medical license.

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