Overview

AdventHealth Medical Group is seeking to employ Gastroenterologists to join our AdventHealth Medical Group in Sebring Florida. 

Traditional GI needed for thriving communities in Sebring, Lake Placid and Wauchula.

Highlights:

  • EPIC EMR
  • Olympus Scopes
  • ProVation
  • 4 Endoscopic suites
  • ASC on campus
  • Shared call 

Requirements for the position: 

  • Board Certified/Board Eligible in Gastroenterology. 
  • ERCP not required but welcome   

Benefits:

  • Salary guaranteed with productivity incentives
  • Occurrence-based malpractice coverage
  • Paid leave days
  • CME days and allowance
  • 403B retirement plan and 457B Option
  • Relocation allowance 501c3 Organization, an approved employer for PSLF Sponsorship
  • J1 Waiver (Conrad and SCRC), H1B and Permanent Card

Client Description

AdventHealth Sebring & AdventHealth Medical Group are growing!

AdventHealth is a faith-based organization with a strong mission of extending the Healing Ministry of Christ. We serve the whole person: Body, Mind and Spirit.

Enjoy a culture of collegial camaraderie, inclusiveness, a robust referral base, great staffing, technology and resources along with support from both Hospital and Medical Group Administration. We offer many lifestyle choices, from the lakeside to the countryside within a small town family feel. Easy access to all Florida locations from every side.

AdventHealth Sebring serves more than 100,000 permanent residents in Highlands and Hardee counties. In winter, the population increases by 40 percent. Located in the heart of the Florida peninsula, AdventHealth Sebring has enjoyed a special place in Avon Park and the surrounding communities for 50 years. It is one of the area’s largest employers. In addition to a 171-bed facility in Sebring, AdventHealth operates a 33-bed satellite facility in Lake Placid and a new 25-bed Critical Access facility in Wauchula. The division also includes several outpatient therapy centers. With a total of 229 beds, more than 1,200 employees and a medical staff of over 150, AdventHealth Sebring serves 87,000 inpatient, outpatient and emergency visits per year. More than 1,000 babies were born at AdventHealth Sebring last year. AdventHealth Sebring is operated in the tradition of Adventist healthcare, which recognizes that total health is achieved through the proper balance of physical, mental, social and spiritual well-being.  AdventHealth Wauchula became part of Adventist Health System in 1993, providing inpatient, transitional care, outpatient and emergency services in Hardee County.

AdventHealth Medical Group Heartland Division

AdventHealth Medical Group Heartland Division is a primary care and specialty physician group that uses leading technology, innovation, and compassion to deliver whole-person care.  This practice is part of AdventHealth Medical Group (AHMG). AHMG is a coalition of over 2,000 physicians, advanced practice providers, residents, fellows and faculty members. This comprehensive network spans 9 states - offering you an unparalleled continuum of care across the country. Physicians employed with AHMG enjoy a competitive salary, excellent benefits including a retirement plan, a health care plan for the whole family, Paid Leave Days, dedicated CME days and an annual allowance for education and professional association memberships. As a 501c3 organization, you may be eligible for the Public Student Loan Forgiveness (PSLF) program.  

City of Sebring/Highlands County

Florida’s “Heartland” is situated in south-central Florida and filled with rolling hills, pristine lakes and located just under a two-hour drive from Orlando, Tampa, Ft. Myers and Palm Beach. Moderate temperatures and sunny days assure plenty of year-round activities like boating, golfing and tennis, so you won’t need your snow boots and winter parkas here. You can also leave behind bumper-to-bumper traffic, crowded roads and unfriendly neighbors, because in the Heartland we enjoy wide open spaces filled with citrus trees, southern hospitality and a kind, compassionate community. Due to the area’s low cost of living, quality educational opportunities and proximity to Florida’s best shopping, dining, and attractions, Highlands County is projected to sustain double-digit growth rates over the next five years.