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Announcing an exciting opportunity for an OB-GYN with the premier hospital system in southern Illinois: Southern Illinois Healthcare.

As the new OB-GYN you will admit patients to Memorial Hospital of Carbondale, a not-for-profit, patient-focused hospital with a strategic plan designed specifically to create an efficient, safe, hassle-free environment for specialty physicians. There are over 300 affiliated physicians and 60 primary care referring physicians with a draw area of 350,000. You will enjoy a 1:3 call schedule and an equity option is available at the local joint venture surgery center.

Please visit: www.sih.net and http://vimeo.com/101931617

About Memorial Hospital of Carbondale

Memorial Hospital of Carbondale is part of the Southern Illinois Healthcare system, a Top 51 Thomson Reuters Health System. MHC is Southern Illinois regional acute-care facility with physicians in over 40 specialties. We have a 24-hour Hospitalist program and are proud to be a teaching facility for SIU Family Medicine Residency Carbondale & West Frankfort.


Obstetrics and Pediatrics
- Only hospital with Level II+ nursery in southern Illinois
- 2000 births annually
- Only dedicated pediatric unit in the area
- Surgical Services

Seven modern surgical suites including one with daVinci technology
Cardiac, neuro, urologic, surgical oncology, colorectal, general, breast, plastic, orthopedic, ENT & oral

Southern Illinois Healthcare is a not-for-profit integrated health system with over 3,000 employees. It is comprised of over twenty facilities, including three inpatient hospitals, two clinics, two physician office buildings, two urgent care clinics and dedicated centers that include neuro, cancer, heart, sleep and rehabilitation. It serves a 16-county area with a population over 340,000. We are guided by our values of respect, integrity, compassion, collaboration, stewardship, accountability, and quality - along with a strategic plan that sets ambitious goals to grow and improve health care in southern Illinois. Our mission to improve the health and well-being of the people in our communities defines the purpose envisioned by our founders. For us, healthcare is personal. We are as committed to quality health services today as when our first hospital opened in 1875. We strive to treat every patient as if that patient is the person we care most about in the world, and treat them like that person every single time.