TeamHealth has an excellent opportunity full-time Physician to join our Hospitalist established team as a Nocturnist at Queen of the Valley Hospital and Medical Center in Napa, California. We encourage Internal Medicine and Family Medicine trained Physicians to apply. Enjoy a competitive compensation package of $350,000, plus a supportive staff including a new Intensivist Program.
- competitive compensation, ability to make $350,000+
- flexible schedule
- comprehensive liability insurance with no tail requirement
- health, dental, vision and disability benefits
Napa is the seat of Napa County, California, in the heart of the Napa Valley wine region. Its downtown is known for late-1800s and early-1900s architecture, a riverfront promenade with shops and restaurants, and an arts scene anchored by the Napa Valley Opera House. The Oxbow Public Market houses a farmer's market and cheese shop, and the Napa Valley Wine Train visits area wineries via vintage Pullman cars. In 2006 Napa Valley became home to the Festival del Sole, an annual food, wine, art, and music festival held at various venues throughout the valley. Additional music festivals, including Music in the Vineyards, Live in the Vineyard and the Robert Mondavi Summer Concert Series all take place annually in locations throughout the valley. Napa is warm in the summer and its wineries favor varietals such as Cabernet Sauvignon. At the north end of Napa County, in the Mayacamas Mountains, lies Mount Saint Helena, the Bay Area's second tallest peak at 4,344 feet (1,323 m) and home to Robert Louis Stevenson State Park; Snell Valley is also situated in northern Napa County; the Missimer Wildflower Preserve is within Snell Valley. At the west side of the Napa Valley is Hood Mountain, elevation 2,750 feet (838 m). Napa County is home to a variety of flora and fauna including numerous rare and endangered species such as Tiburon Indian paintbrush and Contra Costa goldfields.