Staff Physician

General Surgery

We have an opportunity for a General Surgeon (MD or DO) to join our new Acute Care Surgeon team full-time at Hannibal Regional Hospital in Hannibal, Missouri. Relocation is not required, and flexibility of schedule is key. The ideal candidate will be a well-rounded individual who will support the staff and work in a collegial manner while demonstrating clinical excellence and superior communication skills with high patient satisfaction scores. Other requirements include an awareness of patient affordability issues and an attitude that places the patient above all other considerations. Must provide quality care and be comfortable with a broad range of general surgical procedures. Credentials include board certification in General Surgery; an active Missouri license to practice; and a track record in the full scope of General Surgery. Improve your work/life balance by working a condensed schedule in 24-hour shifts among a team of quality, congenial colleagues.

Comprehensive care

Hannibal Regional Hospital is a 99-bed acute care hospital providing comprehensive health and wellness services to the residents of the tristate area. This facility has been recognized by Healthgrades as a 2013 and 2014 Outstanding Patient Experience Award recipient ranking HRH among the top 10 percent in the nation for patient care. Further evidence of Hannibal Regional’s commitment to our mission of health is our leadership as Missouri’s first Baby Friendly designated hospital, an accolade bestowed by the World Health Organization. Because of our success in achieving this high standard members of our Chris Coons Women’s Health Center travel nationally to teach and foster successful maternal-child health practices in other hospitals.

America's hometown

Located on the banks of the Mississippi River lies historic Hannibal! Just 100 miles northwest of St. Louis, Hannibal is one of the state's best tourist attractions. With plently of things to do, this river town is the perfect place to

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