Orthopedics physician job in Oklahoma : Orthopedic Surgery in South OK/TX 1:8 weekend call | Local competition closed What is most important to you when you're evaluating the job market? Is it Location? Is it what they are paying? Is it the work environment and having long term stability? What about the Call Schedule/Quality of life? These are the big 4 driving physicians decisions in todays market, which is likely one of yours, too. I think most of us know that Utopia doesn't exist. With that said, How would you like to have a practice that checked off most all of these boxes with nice comp, low call, fun colleagues, with most of big city amenities minus sitting in traffic? Join a Strong, Regional Referral Center The whole team does general with their special area of interest for elective work. We have a doc who loves trauma, a sports medicine doc, that likes to do scopes, another who does total joints, and a trained foot and ankle fellow who does it all. -1:8 call -Brand new equipment including Mako Robot -ED volume is 55K with many orthopedic fractures -Hospitalists do admissions, Ortho docs only consult -Local Competitor downsized and closed a 5 provider ortho practice -Aggressive base that never goes away plus RVU production -Full benefits including, student loan repayment, sign on bonus, and relocation costs. Community Mini-Metro of 130,000 and the 4th largest city in OK. This is a great southern community that has many of the amenities of the metro, but still has a smaller town vibe with a regional airport that has a 45 minute connection flight to DFW multiple times a day. There are over 247 days per year of sun, and only 64 days a year of precipitation, this is a great city for someone who is looking to live in a warmer climate with low humidity. The quality of life is high, and the living expenses are low (#9 in the nation for 'Best Cost of Living' among areas with less than a population of 500,000. Please contact me Mark Mendoza for further consideration. 469-###-####. ...@jpsearch.com Board Certified or Board Eligible Medical Doctor with or w/o US residency with current US work visa.