Live and work in the heart of the Bluegrass! As a nurse practitioner (NP) or physician assistant (PA), you have the opportunity to practice emergency medicine (EM) in a facility with a family-like atmosphere, excellent administrative support, and backup.
Join our emergency medicine team at Georgetown Community Hospital. This is a 15-bed emergency department (ED), with approximately 25,000 annual patient volume averaging 1.9 patients per hour with low-medium acuity. We provide supportive and well-staffed nursing. Admit to your own colleagues with TeamHealth hospital medicine program
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- Competitive compensation based on years of experience
- Paid time off
- Reimbursement for state license and DEA
- Excellent health benefits, includes medical, dental, short-term and long-term disability
- Professional liability insurance and tail coverage provided
- Membership in our Patient Safety Organization with access to thousands of free Category I CME
- Association with a leading clinician practice in the country
- Stability of a respected industry leader
One of the region's best workplaces
Georgetown Community Hospital is a 75-bed acute care facility providing a comprehensive range of award-winning care to Georgetown, Kentucky and the surrounding areas of great Lexington. Georgetown has been named one of the "Best Places To Work in Kentucky" for five out of the last six years. A growing facility, Georgetown Community Hospital continues to add new medical services and expand the number of specialist and primary care physicians. The facility features an Intensive Care Unit, Medical and Surgical Unit and 24-hour Emergency Medicine. Georgetown is a Duke LifePoint Quality Affiliate committed to transforming and improving its culture of safety and providing the highest quality care.
Quaint, historic Georgetown!
Georgetown and Scott County, Kentucky, are ideally located just 10 miles north of Lexington, the Horse Capital of the World. The city is a blend of old and new, and Georgetown is noted for its profusion of historic houses and fine antiques shopping. Area back roads offer beautiful horse farms, Irish fieldstone fences, the meandering Elkhorn and Eagle Creeks, and rolling fields of tobacco and cattle. There are small, quaint communities like Stamping Ground and Sadieville. Elkhorn Creek, the inspiration for Leaves of Grass by Walt Whitman, is favored by canoeists and fishermen. Other outdoor recreation includes camping, nature walks, golf, tennis, and swimming.