Bronson Medical Group is seeking to add an Otolaryngologist to its ENT practice, which presently consists of four board certified physicians and five advanced practice providers. This comprehensive otolaryngology practice treats the full spectrum of head and neck conditions including otologic surgery, sinus surgery, head and neck cancer surgery, thyroid surgery, MOHS reconstruction, laryngology surgery, endoscopic skull base surgery, and neonatal airway surgery. The position is one of general otolaryngology practice, with opportunity to focus in more specialized areas. The practice is a regional referral center based in Kalamazoo with regional office and surgery at our community hospital located 20 miles from the flagship hospital. Bronson offers a very generous compensation package that includes; competitive salary, sign-on bonus and/or stipend in your final year of training, annual productivity bonus, full comprehensive benefits, retirement plan, paid malpractice with tail, one week of CME/$6500K, and 30 days of PTO. Opportunity exists for faculty appointments through Western Michigan University Homer Stryker School of Medicine.
Bronson, a national leader in healthcare quality, is a tertiary and teaching hospital serving a ten-county population of one million in southwest Michigan and northern Indiana. Bronson has been a verified Level I Trauma Center since 1989, the first and only Level 1 trauma Center in southwest Michigan. Thanks to the efforts of more than 9,000 employees and our 1,000+ member medical staff, Bronson is ranked among the best healthcare organizations in the nation for quality, safety, service, and patient, provider and staff engagement.
The area, midway between Chicago and Detroit, is family friendly with excellent public and private schools, colleges (Western Michigan University, Kalamazoo College, Kalamazoo Valley community college), WMU Homer Stryker School of Medicine, and residency training programs. There is an abundance of activities that include festivals, fine arts, and sporting opportunities, along with a vibrant downtown. A variety of theatre venues, symphony orchestra, institute of arts and a zoo enhance quality of life. Access to outdoor activities abound, including many public and private golf courses, numerous inland lakes, trails for biking, running and cross-country skiing, with beautiful Lake Michigan only a short drive away.
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