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This is a great opportunity to join a busy employed group of Gastroenterologists with Presbyterian Medical Group, in sunny Albuquerque, NM. This is a 12 person group and expanding to better handle patient needs. They do a high volume of procedures and outpatient work. In 2009, the group did approximately 800 ERCPs and a few hundred EUS's.

Gastroenterologists are offered a highly competitive base with substantial production likely year one. We offer a full benefit package, including a 403b, 457b, disability, relocation, and much more.

Albuquerque thrives as New Mexico's largest metropolitan center with a population of 700,000. Albuquerque has been listed as one of the best places to live in the United States by Newsweek, U.S. News & World Report, Money and Entrepreneur Magazines! Albuquerque is considered a destination city for most types of outdoor activities with 310 days of sunshine. You can literally ski in the morning and play golf in the afternoon. Albuquerque is recognized as one of the most culturally diverse cities in the country. Its ethnic diversity is carried into its architecture, art, music, dance and cuisine. A truly diverse and multicultural city, Albuquerque offers you and your family a great variety of activities and entertainment including national theater productions, sporting events, golf courses ranked among the best in the country, the largest hot air balloon festival in the US, American Indian Cultural activities and much more.

Top 10 Places to Live
June 2009 - According to the U.S. News and World Report, citing our clear skies, trails, and strong economy.
Top Ten in the Nation for Being a Healthy Community
August 2009 - According to Outside Magazine, we're #6 in the nation for folks seeking healthy communities with strong economies where they can bike, run, paddle, hike, and ski
One of the Best Cities in the Nation
July 2009 - According to Kiplinger, our sunny skies, strong renewable energy industry, and promising growth potential scored us the #2 position on the 2009 Best Cities list.


Community, Facility and Organization

Presbyterian Hospital is a community based, not for profit hosptial and the largest tertiary care center in New Mexico with 453 licensed beds.

Presbyterian Hospital is affiliated with Presbyterian Health Services (PHS), the largest healthcare system in New Mexico. It is non-profit and governed by community boards of trustees. Its major components are a hospital system (8 hospitals including two in Albuquerque), a multi-specialty physician group and the largest health insurance plan in New Mexico. The Presbyterian Medical Group (PMG)employs approximately 500 providers. Despite current economic conditions, PHS is financially sound and continues to receive an AA bond rating. PHS aims at very high standards and has the resources to achieve them.
Presbyterian Healthcare Services is New Mexico's largest, private, non-profit healthcare system. Presbyterian is based in Albuquerque with six rural locations in New Mexico. The Presbyterian Medical Group employs over 550 providers and is expanding all services in Albuquerque and Regional locations. These opportunities offer a competitive salary; paid malpractice; relocation; CME allowance; 403(b); 457(b); health, life, AD&D, life and disability insurance; dental; vision; pre-tax health and child care spending accounts. Visit our website at www.PHS.org