PM&R program development to create a center of excellence to include physiatry, neuro and neuropsych
Planning of the physical site as well
Help lead the growth of the program to include doctor recruitment, business plans, and quality outcomes
Central MI, tri-city area to include Bay City and Midland
Area population 200,000
Burgeoning rehabilitation system with 37 hospital partners across the state of Michigan and adding another new rehab hospital
4th largest rehabilitation network in the country
One of the largest, most comprehensive healthcare providers in the region
Their comprehensive services and focus on rehabilitation have resulted in superb clinical outcomes and patient satisfaction scores throughout the network.
In planning process for building a new 60-bed acute rehabilitation facility
A fabulous opportunity to be involved in the planning and design of a new facility
The outpatient is follow-up from the inpatient
Partner with a multidisciplinary team of professionals treating a variety of diagnosis- stroke, brain injury, spinal cord injury, amputee, multiple trauma, oncology, cardio-pulmonary and general debility.
Opportunity for involvement in clinical education and the PM&R Residency Program and Research Program.
Weekend call, with the frequency and scope to be determined
Competitive salary based on RVU and generous benefit package
Board certified in Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation
Inpatient Acute Rehabilitation Experience
Demonstrated Leadership Experience
Saginaw's entertainment hub can be found in the downtown area, where venues such as The Dow Event Centerand the restored Temple Theatre offer live entertainment. The Saginaw Bay Symphony Orchestra and Saginaw Choral Society are housed in the Temple and each of these organizations perform full concert series annually at the Temple venue.
The Andersen Enrichment Center and Rose Gardens are another attraction in Celebration Square offering ongoing art exhibits, a summer jazz concert series, and winter and summer art fairs. Numerous other arts and cultural organizations serve the community including the Saginaw Arts & Enrichment Commission, Eddy Band, Holidays in the Heart of the City, River Junction Poets, Theodore Roethke House of Poetry, Riverside Film Festival, Lawn Chair Film Festival, Friday Night Live Concerts, River Junction Poets and Saginaw Area Watercolor Society. The Dow Event Center is home to the city's junior ice hockeyteam, the Saginaw Spirit of the Ontario Hockey League as well as The Saginaw Sting, an indoor football Downtown Saginaw has undergone a resurgence with locally owned restaurants and coffee shops dotting the area. The downtown Saginaw area contains a number of office buildings from the late 19th century and early 20th century. They are located near the Saginaw Club, a social club founded in 1889. In December 2016 "The Gallery: Art For Saginaw" opened in the newly redeveloped downtown. At roughly 5,000 square feet it is one of the largest public art galleries in the state of Michigan. The Downtown Farmer's Market offers Michigan produce, flowers, and baked goods from local bakeries and will be moving to an indoor permanent location in 2017. Downtown is not to be confused with the Old Town/West Side City area located on the other side of the river and about one mile (1.6 km) southwest. Old Town is home to many popular bars, locally owned restaurants, and businesses including its anchor business, Stable Outdoor Outfitters. The city's roster of local arts organizations includes Pit and Balcony, one of the oldest continuously operating community theaters in the United States, founded in 1932.
The Saginaw area is home to two professional sports teams and one NCAA Division-II school that has various sports programs
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About Farr Healthcare, Inc.
Farr Healthcare, Inc. is a physician recruitment firm that specializes in physiatry recruitment. Linda Farr has been in the physician recruitment field for 30+ years and in physiatry recruitment for 18+ years. She is known for her honesty, reliability and effectiveness. In the past, she was the Director of Physiatry Recruitment for the largest national rehab provider. She attends the annual AAPMR meetings and speaks to residents at their programs throughout the year. She had the honor of being the only physiatry recruiter invited to speak at the AAPMR meetings from 2012 - 2014. Contact Linda Farr, Farr Healthcare, 888-362-7200, email@example.com, www.farrhealthcare.com, 717-761-0650Fax (please call first).