Palliative Care Opportunity in Flourishing Economic Community

Physician:
Hospice and Palliative Care
Market:
Metropolitan 1 (50,000 to 250,000)

Job Overview

Job Id 8440
Verified Date 01/16/2020
Loan Repayment No Response
Sign on Bonus No Response
Practice Type Employed
Accept J1 Visa No
Accept H1B Visa No
Permanent: Full time

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What you need to know

Practice Details

  • Seeking a Palliative Care Physician as a medical director to design and lead our Supportive and Palliative Care Program across the continuum of care, in a robust community health system setting.
  • Medical director/leadership role in palliative care program development across the continuum of care, including inpatient and outpatient settings.
  • Opportunity to design and develop palliative care program across the continuum of care in well-supported health system environment with full complement of specialty and sub-specialty areas.
  • Opportunity exists to practice inpatient as well as outpatient palliative care medicine, if desired.
  • Administrative approval to establish and grow interdisciplinary team serving across the care continuum, including dedicated social work, chaplaincy, and nursing resources.
  • Full-time, Mon-Fri, daytime shift
  • Limited call initially, with opportunity to build and influence call schedule
  • Hospital employed position
  • Certified as HIMSS EMRAM (Electronic Medical Record Adoption Model) Level 7 for both our Inpatient and Ambulatory facilities

 

Compensation Details

  • Competitive salary and comprehensive benefits package
  • Relocation
  • Full benefit package and much more!
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Community Details

  • Fargo is rated the number one place to work in the U.S. for people under age 25. Founded in 1871, Fargo is a cultural, retail, health care, educational, and industrial center.
  • We are home to a vibrant economy, unique attractions and numerous dining establishments of every kind and flavor.
  • You can enjoy cultural diversity and low cost of living. Fargo-Moorhead has consistently had one of the lowest unemployment rates in the United States.
  • A historic and revitalized downtown area offers unique restaurants, coffee shops, art galleries, shopping and a lively nightlife. Plus a wide-variety of recreation and sporting activities are just a few reasons you will want to call Fargo home.

Recruiter Insights

Starting Salary For a Palliative Care is up to $50,000 More Compared With Starting Salaries For Comparable Opportunities Located In Minneapolis, Denver and Chicago, Coupled With A Cost Of Living Of 10% Less In This Community Provides You With Significant Buying Power With The Opportunity To build your dream home, pay off school loans, and Retire Early.

With Average Home Pricing Settled At $223,135 And Where A Desirable 3276 Square Ft. 5 Bedroom/3 Bath Home Sold For $360,000, Building A Quality Of Life With Substantial Savings Is Easy.

The Community Is Welcoming To New Members And Offers A Series Of Fun Events Throughout The Year For Family Members And Getting To Know One Another. 

 

Community Profile

What is nice to know.

Closest International Airports:

  • Hector International Airport, 4 miles
  • Winnpeg James Armstrong Richardson International Airport, 226 miles
  • Duluth International Airport, 233 miles
  • Minneapois-Saint Paul International Airport, 248 miles

Closest Major City:

  • Winnipeg, Canada, 208 miles
  • Minneapolis, MN, 212 miles
  • Saint Paul, MN, 220 miles

Closest Domestic Airport:

  • Winnipeg, Canada, 208 miles
  • Minneapolis, MN, 212 miles
  • Saint Paul, MN, 220 miles

Cost of Living:

  • State Cost of Living Index - 98.9
  • City Cost of Living Index - 100.4
  • Mean Housing Cost - $223,135

Colleges and Universities:

  • North Dakota State University-Main Campus (Full-time enrollment: 12,680; Located in Fargo, ND)
  • Rasmussen College-North Dakota (FT enrollment: 879; Located in Fargo, ND)
  • Josef's School of Hair Design Inc-Fargo Downtown (FT enrollment: 135; Located in Fargo, ND)
  • Minnesota State University-Moorhead (about 3 miles; Moorhead, MN; Full-time enrollment: 6,096)
  • Concordia College at Moorhead (about 3 miles; Moorhead, MN; FT enrollment: 2,767)
  • North Dakota State College of Science (about 43 miles; Wahpeton, ND; FT enrollment: 2,318)



Demographics:

  • White 90.2%, 
  • Black 2.7%, 
  • American Indiana and Alaska Native 1.4%, 
  • Asian 3%, Two or more races 2.1%, 
  • Hispanic 2.2%

Taxes:

  • State Income Tax Rate - 2.270%
  • State Sales Tax Rate - 5%
  • City Sales Tax Rate - 7.5%
  • County Tax Rate - 5.5%
  • Property Tax Rate - 1.74%

Major Industry:

  • Manufacturing (15%)
  • Construction (13%)
  • Retail trade (12%)
  • Health care and social assistance (7%)
  • Professional, scientific, and technical services (7%)
  • Transportation and warehousing (6%)
  • Educational services (6%)

Recreation:

  • Great sightseeing at the Fargo-Moorhead Convention & Visitors Bureau's Visitors Center, 
  • Solomon G. Comstock Historic House, 
  • Rogar Maris Museum, 
  • Children's Museum at Yunker Farm, and Plains Art Museum.

Arts & Culture:

  • The Fargo Theatre offers film showings, live theater, music, and dance performances. 
  • The Fargo-Moorhead Community Theater stages 12 annual productions. 
  • Other local performing groups are the Fargo-Moorhead Symphony Orchestra, the Fargo-Moorhead Opera, and the Red River Dance and Performing Company. 
  • The Trollwood Performing Arts School provides arts education, entertainment, and activities for children.

Sports for the Spectator:

  • There are no major league sports teams in Fargo, but there are professional and collegiate teams. 
  • The Fargo-Moorhead Redhawks of the Northern League play baseball at the Newman Outdoor Field. 
  • The Fargo-Moorhead Jets are a Junior A developmental league hockey team for 17- to 20-year-olds making the transition from high school to college. 
  • The North Dakota State University Bison fields men's and women's teams in 10 sports, including football, basketball, baseball, and softball. 
  • The Moorhead State University Dragons, and the Concordia College Cobbers also present a complete schedule of men's and women's major and minor sports. 
  • The Red River Valley Speedway presents stock car racing.

Sports for the Participant:

  • The Fargo Park District offers an extensive sports program for all ages. 
  • Winter sports are particularly popular with ice skating, figure skating, and youth and adult hockey available at both indoor and outdoor facilities; outdoor rinks are equipped with warming houses. 
  • Other recreational pursuits include volleyball, basketball, track, soccer, walking, cross-country skiing, ballroom dancing, table tennis, and broom ball.

Shopping:

  • There is a mix of unique local establishments and national retailers in Fargo. 
  • The Crafters Mall has more than 250 display areas featuring crafts from around the country. 
  • The Fargo Antique Mall has tons of antiques, books, and collectibles. West Acres Shopping mall has more than 120 stores and restaurants

Top Five things to do:

  1. Fargo-Moorhead Visitors Center, 
  2. Red River Zoo, 
  3. Newman Outdoor Field, 
  4. Fargodome, 
  5. Fargo Air Museum

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Facility Location

City : Fargo, North Dakota,
Population : 238,124
MSA Population : 115,863
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Contact Information

Todd skertich
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