Join our well-established emergency team in Louisville, Kentucky, at 4 University of Louisville, Kentucky hospitals. We are looking for emergency medicine trained physicians to start right away at St. Mary and Elizabeth, U of L Medical Center East, U of L Medical Center Southwest, U of L Shelbyville.
- New, higher compensation package
- Emergency department volumes range between 16,000 and 48,000
- Board certified or board eligible in emergency medicine preferred
- Board certified in internal medicine or family medicine with 5 years of emergency department experience will also be considered
- Student loan repayment for those who qualify
- Generous sign on and relocation bonuses
Community-focused care backed by one of Kentucky's largest health systems
Jewish Hospital Shelbyville is a 70-bed community hospital that serves as a vital community resource Shelby, Henry, Spencer and surrounding counties. The facility offers a full range of comprehensive services including emergency medicine, general surgery, diagnostic imaging, a transitional care unit, cardiac rehabilitation, orthopedic care and more. Jewish Hospital Shelbyville is a KentuckyOne Health facility, making it a part of one of the largest and most comprehensive health systems in the state.
Churchill Downs, the most celebrated horse track in the world, with its blare of trumpets, the thundering of hooves, and the sounds of a band playing My Old Kentucky Home may be your first thoughts when you think of Louisville. But the city has much more to offer. Louisville boasts one of the most extensive metropolitan park systems in the nation and features the 6,000-acre Jefferson Memorial Forest, the largest municipality-owned forest in the country. Fredrick Law Olmsted, architect for Central Park in New York City, designed this elaborate park system in Louisville. Also one of only 12 cities in the country to have a resident professional opera, theater, ballet, and theater for children, Louisville has a revitalized downtown that features a new baseball park, the 4th Street Live! entertainment complex, Waterfront Park with a 27-mile oval bike path, and many shopping venues. With all this and lots of housing options, Louisville is a great place to be.