for our clientsOur focus on a single specialty and a limited, specific geographic region provide multiple benefits for Hospitalists who are seeking a new opportunity:

  • In most cases, we have personally visited and thoroughly evaluated the opportunities we represent. Candidates appreciate the greater information detail this affords them.
  • We listen to what is important to each candidate, and only present opportunities that fit their goals and parameters.
  • Our 15 years of experience in a wide variety of Hospitalist practice settings and detailed knowledge of Hospital Medicine provides realistic assessments and comparisons. We only present opportunities with a competitive combination of job description, compensation, and community.
  • Our focus on not-for-profit Hospitals reduces the financial stakeholders, typically increasing patient focus and physician rewards while making alignment of all parties more attainable.

While there are many benefits to working in the Southeast, Hospitalists we have placed previously indicated the following as the primary motivators:

  • Patients – Hospitalists relocating from other areas of the country indicate patients in the Southeast are more appreciative, polite and respectful.
  • Financial – The Southeast is consistently the winner in regional comparisons for Hospitalist (and other specialties) compensation.
  • Communities – The South is known for its hospitality, and Hospitalists who have relocated indicate a true sense of being welcomed to the community immediately.
  • Work setting – The combination of hospitable colleagues and support staffs, realistic work expectations in terms of acuity and volume, and patient appreciation results in rewarding environments.

Other advantages include an overall lower risk of litigation, a wide variety of facility size, schedules and staff structure and great outdoor recreation.

The opportunities we represent are all located in the Southeast, and are a combination of Hospitalist programs:

  • Currently/previously managed by Southern Hospitalists
  • Currently/previously provided consulting services by Southern Hospitalists during a time of transition
  • Owned by local hospitals or local physicians

Our Job Opportunities

SC #1131P: Medical Director

SC #1131P: Medical Director

Currently 7 on/ 7 off, with each Hospitalist working 2 weeks of days and 1 week of nights every 6 calendar weeks. Per physician census ranges from 5-7 per 24 hours and physicians leave the hospital when inpatient duties are completed. The ED runs codes – ICU and vents are required - with other procedures being optional.

SC #6003P: Critical Access Hospitalist

SC #6003P: Critical Access Hospitalist

25 Critical Access Rural hospital is looking to add another Hospitalist to their group. Schedule is for days, while nights are handled by phone. Patient load is 8-12 including swing bed patients, which are not seen daily. Admit range average is 3-4 per 24 hours.

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