General Pediatric Physician Jobs in Anchorage, AK

Anchorage, Alaska
Apr 28, 2017
Robert Werner
Position Type

Anchorage, Alaska - Providence Alaska Medical Center and a local private practice are partnering to bring an excellent long-term Pediatric physician to serve the community. Join a well-established outpatient Pediatric practice consisting of three Pediatricians and four nurse practitioners dedicated to the patient-centered medical home model. All providers see an average daily patient census of 15 or less. Call is three nights per month with nurse triage and there is no responsibility to attend deliveries. Excellent compensation and generous benefits package, plus unparalleled quality of life in beautiful Anchorage.

Facility: The Children's Hospital at Providence

The Children's Hospital at Providence (TCHAP), part of Providence Alaska Medical Center, is the only comprehensive Children's Hospital in Alaska, with a 9-bed PICU, 20-bed Med/Surg unit, and 47-bed NICU. There are more than 2,000 Pediatric/PICU admissions and 2,500 deliveries per year. TCHAP is a Member of the National Association of Children's Hospitals and Related Institutions (NACHRI) and embraces best practice Family-Centered Care Philosophy. We offer advanced subspecialty care and research, including a genetics collaborative and centers of excellence in children's cancer, diabetes, cystic fibrosis and special needs.

Alaska offers financial, cultural and recreational opportunities beyond compare, plus there is no state income or sales tax! Anchorage, with 285,000 residents, is a modern American city surrounded by spectacular scenery and boundless outdoor recreation opportunities. Within the city limits are moose, bears, glaciers, hundreds of miles of trails for hiking, biking and skiing, a ski resort, golf courses, major dogsled race starts, and several peaks of the hugely popular Chugach Mountains. There are also shopping malls, world-class restaurants, brewpubs, two universities, a sports arena and a performing arts center. The combination of urban and wild is what makes Anchorage such a special place. Where else can you catch a salmon in the shadow of skyscrapers, or meet a moose on your way to the symphony?