St. Anthony Regional Hospital is seeking a board-certified, or board-eligible, specialist in family medicine. The ability to provide obstetrical care is preferred but not mandatory. The ideal candidate will have completed residency in the United States, be a U.S. citizen or current legal resident, and be a D.O. or an M.D. The ideal candidate would have the ability to communicate in both English and Spanish. Office hours are 8 a.m. – 5 p.m. weekdays, with a half day off each week. Call is one in seven. This opportunity is a traditional inpatient/outpatient practice. The physician will be a full-time hospital employee and will enjoy a highly competitive salary with additional production incentives and benefit package. Relocation allowance is available.
St. Anthony Regional Hospital is sponsored by the Franciscan Sisters of Perpetual Adoration from LaCrosse, Wisconsin. The 99-bed hospital provides a wide array of services, including inpatient general medical care, in-patient and out-patient mental health care, intensive care, obstetrics, and inpatient and outpatient surgery. Ancillary services include laboratory; radiology examinations, including CT, MRI, ultrasound, bone densitometry and PET CT; wound care, infusion therapy and sleep studies. The hospital has four endoscopy suites with daVinci robotic surgery and a twelve station hemodialysis service. St. Anthony Regional Hospital’s radiation oncology service utilizes an IMRT linear accelerator, CT treatment planning and provides brachytherapy. The hospital operates a home health service, a hospice and is the county’s public health nursing service provider. Also associated with St. Anthony Regional Hospital is a 79-bed nursing home featuring an 18 bed Alzheimer’s care unit and a senior living facility.
The active medical staff at St. Anthony Regional Hospital is composed of a wide variety of full time specialists, including family medicine, internal medicine, orthopedic surgery, pediatrics, obstetrics and gynecology, urology, general and EP cardiology, psychiatry, neurology, general surgery, ophthalmology, otolaryngology, and podiatry. Hospital based providers include a pathologist, radiologist, radiation oncologist and six certified registered nurse anesthetists. In addition, periodic outreach clinics in several specialties are provided by physicians from Des Moines, Iowa and Omaha, Nebraska. The hospital’s emergency department is continuously staffed by dedicated emergency room physicians.
Carroll, Iowa is a community of 10,000 residents located 90 miles northwest of Des Moines, Iowa and 90 miles northeast of Omaha, Nebraska. The community is a regional hub for shopping, commerce and healthcare, with 75,000+ people in our primary market residing within a 26-mile radius of Carroll. While the community is located in an agricultural area, the economy of Carroll is supported by many non-agricultural businesses, including a claims processing center for a national real estate warranty insurance company, a nationally known manufacturer of windows, a manufacturer of jet aircraft engine components and a multi-state distributor of institutional foods. The area’s economy is supplemented by a number of smaller local businesses and has a thriving shopping area which includes many nationally known retailers.
For additional information, contact:
Eric Hammer, VP of Regional Operations
St. Anthony Regional Hospital, 311 S. Clark St., P.O. Box 628, Carroll, Iowa 51401