Anesthesia

Location
Grass Valley
Posted
Jan 23, 2018
Specialty
Anesthesiology
Position Type
Permanent

Full Time Opportunity: California Gold Country Near Sacramento! (TE)

Are you looking to practice safe, high-quality anesthesia in a small town with great climate, an affordable cost of living, unlimited outdoor activities with spectacular scenery, and easy access to both the sea and mountains? If so, our full time General Anesthesiology opportunity in Grass Valley, California could be just what the doctor ordered!

Sierra Nevada Anesthesia Medical Associates seeks a BE/BC anesthesiologist to join their practice. Highlights include:
  • Inpatient and outpatient opportunity
  • Stable, well-established group with strong reputation
  • Call 1:5 with significant time off
  • Treat a diverse patient population at only one hospital (Sierra Nevada Memorial Hospital)
  • No neurosurgery, cardiac surgery, or transplants

Grass Valley is the heart of the historic California Gold Country, and is located in the beautiful Sierra Foothills, less than 60 miles east of Sacramento.
  • Excellent family-friendly community offering all four seasons
  • Plentiful outdoor activities - hiking, boating, hunting, camping, four-wheeling
  • Historic downtown area with vibrant arts scene, eclectic shops, and farm-to-fork dining
  • Easy access to Lake Tahoe, Sacramento, Wine Country, and the Bay Area

Sierra Nevada Memorial Hospital (www.snmh.org) is a 121-bed, non-profit acute hospital offering a 24-hour emergency department, state-of-the-art diagnostic equipment, and a wide range of healthcare services. We are affiliated with Dignity Health, one of the largest health systems in the nation and the largest hospital system in California.

Location

Group: Dignity Health - Grass Valley

Site Name: Sierra Nevada Anesthesia Medical Associates

Address: 155 Glasson Way, Grass Valley, CA 95945

Recruiter Information

Name: Provider Recruitment

Email: recruitment@dignityhealth.org

Telephone Number: 1-602-406-3362

Community Description

The natural beauty of Nevada County, combined with the rich history and economic vitality of the area, provides an appealing quality of life that is highly valued by residents and visitors alike. The area combines the fun of an outdoor, mountain lifestyle with the convenience of having a major metropolitan hub just an hour away. Grass Valley, the largest city in western Nevada County, has a population of just over 12,000 people. Although Grass Valley and the other cities of Nevada County offer a small-town feel, the conveniences and offerings of major metropolitan areas are only a short drive away. Sacramento is 60 miles southwest, while San Francisco is about 150 miles west. Reno and majestic Lake Tahoe are about 90 miles east. Charming historic towns offer fine dining and wine tasting, museums and art galleries, antiques, shopping and a range of cultural attractions throughout the year - from summertime's Music in the Mountains to a Victorian Christmas. In the fall, the colors here rival those found in the eastern United States. Outstanding recreational opportunities await you and your family throughout Nevada County, including fishing, whitewater rafting, hiking, biking, boating and camping, to name a few.

Group Description

Community Based Recruitment in Grass Valley involves a variety of unique and independent practices. Please contact the recruiter for additional specific information about the medical group recruiting for this opportunity.

Additional Information

Sierra Nevada Memorial Hospital: https://www.dignityhealth.org/sacramento/hospitals/sierra-nevada-memorial-hospital

Grass Valley Chamber of Commerce: GrassValleyChamber.com

Information about cities and counties along Highway 49: Historichwy49.com

Nevada County resources: MyNevadaCounty.com

Nevada County Office of Education: NevCo.k12.ca.us

Nevada Union Newspaper: TheUnion.com

Medical Group Information: http://dignityhealth.org/medical-groups/california/sierra-nevada

Downtown Grass Valley: http://downtowngrassvalley.com/

Hospital Information: http://www.snmh.org/index.htm