Rheumatology - Salt Lake City, UT

Utah-Salt Lake City
Aug 17, 2016
Position Type

New addition and a great opportunity has become available with large Utah physician group for a BC/BE Fellowship trained Rheumatologist.  New physician will immediately start getting referrals from primary care physicians in the group and should expect to see approximately 15-20 patients per day. Group is willing to consider new or experienced practitioners who are motivated, caring, personable and good educators. 

Salt Lake Regional Medical Center is a partly physician-owned hospital that brings world-class medical expertise and compassion to the care of every patient. SLRMC is a sophisticated community hospital and for more than a century has provided high quality healthcare for residents of the Salt Lake Valley. Conveniently located near the heart of the city, this historic acute care hospital remains one of the most trusted medical centers in all of Utah. SLRMC is approximately one mile east of Temple Square in downtown Salt Lake City.

The Salt Lake City area is a very family-friendly environment and a wonderful place to live and raise a family with an excellent public school system and clean, safe communities. Salt Lake City incorporates all of the big city amenities (theater, arts, and professional and collegiate sports) while keeping many of the cons of most large cities at a minimum. Housing is very affordable and congestion is much less than most other areas with a comparable metropolitan area. This area has four distinct seasons and Park City, Utah is only 40 miles away.  There are seven world-class ski resorts within a 30 minute drive, with world famous summer recreation in Utahs northern mountains and southern Canyonlands. The Salt Lake City area is a great place to practice!

  • Employment practice opportunity
  • Rheumatology practice is a Single Specialty practice with 3-4 other Rheumatologists
  • Outpatient only practices located in MOB on hospital campuses
  • Phone Call only
  • Call coverage for Hospital consultations will be shared between Rheumatologists in practice and Internal Medicine physicians in the group
  • Support Staff will be provided; no mid-levels in group