TeamHealth is seeking a physician to join the team at Progress West Hospital in O'Fallon, Missouri. Enjoy working with the friendly staff, comprised of world-class BJC Healthcare physicians, nurses and technicians trained in a wide range of specialties. With St. Louis Children's Hospital physicians on hand, obstetrical care, comprehensive heart care and a full range of other medical services, Progress West Hospital is the ideal destination for residents' health in St. Charles County. This emergency department (ED) treats 16,000 patients annually and has 14 beds. The physician coverage is 24 hours daily for 8-hour shifts.
- Competitive compensation
- 1099 independent contractor
- Paid professional liability insurance with tail coverage
- Manageable patient case load
- Leadership and career growth opportunities
- Free CME opportunities with TeamHealth
One of the region's best workplaces
Progress West Hospital is a 72-bed facility that provides a comprehensive range of care to the residents of O'Fallon and greater St. Louis, Missouri. The facility is partnered with St. Louis Children's Hospital and Barnes-Jewish St. Peters Hospital to provide world-class care. Progress West is affiliated with BJC Healthcare, ranked one of the top workplaces by the St. Louis Post Dispatch - the only healthcare system to make the list. BJC Healthcare hospitals have been recognized on the U.S. News & World Report Honor Roll of America's top Hospital and Best Children's Hospitals.
Tradition with vision
Settled by a German immigrant in the mid-1800s who became the city's first retailer and first postmaster and first railroad agent, O'Fallon had a population of 600 by 1912. By 1956, the population had grown to 1,357, many of the residents commuted to manufacturing jobs in St. Louis. In the mid-1990s, O'Fallon officially became a boomtown with aggressive city-wide infrastructure improvements and phenomenal residential, retail, and manufacturing growth along with a new emerging tourism industry. The city's history includes sites related to early American and Native American history, the War of 1812, and the Civil War. Today, O'Fallon's borders have expanded to about 30 square miles and the population is nearly 80,000.