Practice emergency medicine (EM) with TeamHealth and provide shifts at Twin County Community Hospital, Clinch Valley and Wythe Community Hospital all located in the gateway to the Blue Ridge Mountains. Candidates considered for this role must be board certified in emergency medicine or in family medicine (FM), or internal medicine (IM) with significant EM experience. New EM grads are welcome to apply!
Easy access to Roanoke and Winston-Salem, North Carolina and the tri-cities area on the border of Tennessee and Virginia. The areas are rich with history, shopping, recreation, and scenic beauty. They offer low cost of living, plenty of local amenities, and options for schools K-12.
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- Independent contractor status
- Paid professional liability insurance with tail coverage
- Sign on bonus/relocation offered
- Travel/hotel if over 75 miles from home
- Competitive compensation package
Float Physician for Southwestern Virginia!
Twin County Regional Healthcare (TCRH) is located in Galax, Virginia, which is in the center of the Twin
Counties of Grayson and Carroll in Southwest Virginia. TCRH is a 141 bed facility that includes acute care, ambulatory care and emergency
services. TCRH is considered a rural hospital that serves a large Medicare population, as well as, a total population of approximately 60,000. We operate within a 100 mile radius.
Galax is the gateway to the Blue Ridge Mountains. Located between Carroll County and Grayson County, the area is rich in Appalachian culture and history and is known for bluegrass music and musicians. Galax is home to the largest Old Time Bluegrass Fiddler's Convention, one of the most prominent traditional music contests in the United States. The convention has been held annually in Galax since 1935. The New Trail River State Park offers visitors and residents of Galax 39 miles of hiking, walking and cycling activities year-round. Visit Galax's downtown to experience quaint shops or to stroll through the Blue Ridge Music Center.