Emergency Medicine Physician

Waterfront Community seeks a full-time Emergency Medicine Physician to practice with EMA at Rappahannock General Hospital in Kilmarnock, Virginia. EMA's EM Physicians see the adult and pediatric patients in the 12,000 annual visit Emergency Department.

We are offering above market compensation that includes a signing/relocation package!

Hospital Resources include:

  • 40 Bed, Community Hospital

  • 8 Bed ED

  • 12,000 Annual Visit ED

  • 18% admission rate

Benefits include:

  • EMA Partnership is available after 2 years of employment.

  • Health, Dental, Vision for you and your family

  • Life Insurance

  • Long Term Disability and Short Term Disability Insurance

  • Long Term Care Insurance

  • Paid Bereavement Leave

  • Employee Assistance Plan

  • Malpractice with Tail coverage

  • CME Stipend

  • License and Dues Reimbursement

  • Uniform Allowance

  • Legal Protection

  • Pet Insurance

  • 401(k) and Corporate Retirement plan

Applicants must be BC/BE in Emergency Medicine.

Since 1977, Rappahannock General Hospital has been bringing quality healthcare services to the Northern Neck and Middle Peninsula. Surrounded by the waters of the Chesapeake Bay and the Rappahannock River, our community offers a blend of coastal living and small town charm without the crowds or congestion of city life. One of Virginia's most historic regions, Lancaster County boasts numerous museums, galleries and antique shops. Our community offers excellent recreational opportunities including fishing, boating, kayaking, top-notch golf courses, country clubs, marinas and public parks. Dotted with quaint towns harboring unique shops and restaurants exuding Southern hospitality and charm, it's also home to a world class resort and spa and many stops along the Chesapeake Bay Wine Trail. A vibrant arts scene, festivals, concerts, exhibits, farmer's markets and more keep Lancaster hopping with activity and community spirit.

Emergency Medicine Associates, P.A., P.C., is a physician managed and partnership group that was founded in 1971 and maintains 100% contract stability. We staff 24 community EDs in the Maryland, Virginia, Washington, DC, and West Virginia region. www.emaonline.com

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