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Southern Illinois Healthcare is seeking a BC/BE Oral and Maxillofacial Surgeon to help support the new Level II Trauma Designation our organization is working towards. Physician must be trained in a full scope of Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery including: trauma, TMJ, implants, Dentoalveolar surgery, and more.

Benefits of our opportunity include:

Competitive compensation with wRVU Bonus

Sign on bonus

Student loan assistance

Relocation expenses

27 days paid vacation

5 days CME with allowance


Memorial Hospital of Carbondale

With 154 acute care beds, Memorial Hospital serves as the areas regional referral center. Memorial specializes in obstetrics, and tertiary services such as, vascular, and neurology. Other features include:
35,000 ED encounters annually
Accredited Chest Pain Center and is the hub for the Prairie STAT Heart/STEMI program
Gold+ stroke center
Labor & Delivery unit with Level II Plus nursery, caring for 2000 babies annually
24-hour Hospitalist program
All-digital imaging center including 128 Slice CT, 3T MRI, PET/CT, interventional radiology and ACR-certified ultrasound services
10 suite modern surgical center with da Vinci capabilities

Herrin Hospital

Herrin Hospital lies about ten miles to the East of Memorial Hospital of Carbondale. It hosts 114 beds and serves as our systems center for Rehabilitation Services, Bariatric Surgery, and the Bone and Joint Institute for the system. Other features include:
28,000 ED encounters annually
24-hour Hospitalist program
Accredited Chest Pain Center with Prairie Cardiovascular Consultants
7-suite modern surgical center
29-bed acute rehabilitation center that partners with Rehabilitation Institute of Chicago
All-digital imaging center
Part of the STAT Brain stroke-ready network

St. Joseph Memorial Hospital

Purchased in 1995 from the ASC Health System, St. Joseph is the only Catholic facility in the Southern Illinois Healthcare family. A 25-bed Critical Access Hospital located in Murphysboro, St. Joseph offers the
9800 ED encounters annually
Prairie STAT Heart activated hospital for rapid transfer of STEMI patients
Accredited sleep center with locations at the hospital and in Marion
Outpatient geriatric psych program
All-digital imaging and archiving with CT, MRI, bone density testing and ACR-certified ultrasound services
Certified cardio-pulmonary outpatient rehabilitation

The people of Southern Illinois Healthcare, a not-for-profit health care system, are dedicated to promoting the health and well being of all of the people in the communities we serve. Our mission is guided by our values: compassion, collaboration, quality, stewardship, integrity and respect. Over 3,000 employees, along with physicians and volunteers, are working together to achieve our mission and ensure that the health care needs of those we serve are met by treating patients in SIH facilities, by offering services in rural clinics, by collaborating with some of America's best hospitals and by improving the quality of life in our communities with our charitable community benefits programs.


About Carbondale, Il

You will be living in beautiful southern Illinois, a hidden treasure in Americas heartland. The region is bounded by the Ohio and Mississippi rivers and dotted with accessible lakes nestled in the great hardwoods in the hills of the Shawnee National Forest. The area is rich with state parks, including famous Giant City State Park and Lodge, Garden of the Gods and Little Grand Canyon.

Recreation
There is boating and sailing, fishing, hiking and rock climbing, winding horse trails and miles of cycling paths. You can also tee up at over 25 golf-courses or take a trip on the southern Illinois wine trail where you can visit dozens of wineries and bed and breakfasts. Music festivals and local fairs are numerous and there are many historical attractions, unique shops and towns and fine restaurants with local and international cuisine.

Home of Southern Illinois University
SIU is located in Carbondale. SIU is a major institution with a medical school. It has top-ranked sports programs, especially in football and basketball, and offers a full schedule of theater, live music, opera and other events at historic Shryock Auditorium and modern McLeod Theater.

Additional Information
John A. Logan Community College is just 10 miles from SIU and is one of the top-ranked community colleges in the country. It also offers many educational and cultural activities.


Local shopping includes many quality, national stores and, in southern Illinois, you are only two hours from St. Louis, three hours from Nashville or Memphis and six hours from Chicago. It is also a great area for your children with good schools, many of them newly built with above average student assessment scores.

Climate is mild, with an extended and vibrant fall season, mild winters, and long, warm Spring seasons. Average rainfall is 44.6 inches, snowfall 11 inches, low temperature averages 46.1 degrees and high temperatures average 66.8 degrees.

All of this quality lifestyle comes at a very pleasant cost. One may purchase a new home on land with room for horses for less than the price of a home in many cities. The average three-bedroom home costs $160,000.


Please visit www.sih.net to see who we are, and what we do
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Take a glimpse of Carbondale! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BRn8hZElr-E

Contact

Tara Gaugh, Physician Relations Recruitment Specialist
Southern Illinois Healthcare
1239 East Main St. | P.O. Box 3988 Carbondale, IL. 62901
P 618.457.5200 ext. 67012
tara.gaugh@sih.net
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.