TeamHealth is seeking an emergency medicine physician for Wythe County Community Hospital in Wytheville, Virginia. Candidates must be board certified in emergency medicine, family medicine, or internal medicine with experience in emergency medicine. ACLS, ATLS, and PALS certifications are required. Contact us today to learn more.
- Flexible scheduling
- Independent contractor status
- Paid professional liability insurance with tail coverage
- Competitive compensation
- Sign-on and relocation offered
Community-focused care in a LifePoint facility
Wythe County Community Hospital (WCCH) is a 100-bed acute-care hospital and LifePoint Health facility. WCHH provides a wide range of inpatient and outpatient care services to Wytheville and the surrounding region. In 2016, WCHH was one of four LifePoint facilities to be awarded the High Five Award for excellence across all aspects of the hospital's operations.
A beautiful community nestled in the Blue Ridge Mountains of southwest Virginia, the city of Wytheville combines small-town friendliness and outdoor living with easy access to several nearby major metropolitan areas. As the county seat of Wythe County, Wytheville abounds with restaurants, shopping, and entertainment. Within a two-hour drive of Wytheville, you will find plenty of opportunities for sporting events, concerts, fine dining, and cultural events in Roanoke, Virginia, Bristol and Kingsport, Tennessee, and Winston-Salem, North Carolina. History buffs will enjoy the many historical sites of the city, including Rock House Museum, Thomas J. Boyd Museum, Wytheville Heritage Museum, and the Stephen F. Austin Memorial. For entertainment, take in the Chautaugua Festival and the state-of-the-art, German-themed Wohlfahrt Haus Dinner Theatre. Sponsored by the Wythe Arts Council, the festival is an annual source of entertainment, enjoyment, and education with arts, crafts, music, hot air ballooning, magic, drama, dance, and nightly entertainment. Educational opportunities are available through Wytheville Community College and a satellite location of Old Dominion University.