Job ID: 289897241  |  Last Updated: 4/1/2021

Seeking Orthopedic Hand Surgeon in St. Cloud, MN

Employer
CentraCare
Location
St. Cloud, MN
Applicant Contact
Cassie Tinius
Physician Recruitment & Relations
(800) 835-6652 ext. 57085
(320) 255-5722

Job Description

The Department of Orthopedic Surgery at UMPhysicians is seeking a full-time hand surgeon to add to the staff of the Musculoskeletal Service Line at CentraCare and St. Cloud Hospital, St. Cloud, MN.

Qualifications:
Candidates must be board certified in orthopedic surgery with a fellowship in hand surgery.
Demonstrated leadership experience within an Orthopedic practice setting.
Candidates must be eligible for medical licensure in the State of Minnesota.
BE or BC

Responsibilities include patient care at CentraCare-- St. Cloud Hospital, a Level II Trauma Center. The surgeon will be part of a group of 3 surgeons and 1 APP. CentraCare is a partner with the Orthopedic Department at UMPhysicians. Physicians are employed by UMPhysicians but will practice in St. Cloud.

CentraCare:
CentraCare is a collaborative group of Central Minnesota healthcare professionals, working together to provide comprehensive, high-quality care, close to home. It aspires to be the leader in Minnesota for quality, safety, service, and value. CentraCare is comprised of CentraCare Clinic, a physician-driven, multi-disciplinary clinic. St. Cloud Hospital, a 489 licensed bed regional medical center with 450+ physicians on medical staff offering a full continuum of inpatient and outpatient services, five rural hospitals, 19 clinics, and six long-term care facilities. The system serves more than 700,000 people in a 12+ county area and offers a variety of outreach services to more than 35 communities. St. Cloud Hospital is a Truven Top 100 Hospital eleven times and is on the Best Place to Work in Minnesota by the Minneapolis/St. Paul Business Journal. CentraCare was founded in 1995.

St. Cloud, Minnesota:
Located on the banks of the Mississippi River one hour from Minneapolis/St. Paul, St. Cloud is a family-oriented community of a mini-metro population of over 130,000. The medical community of St. Cloud offers medical care to a Primary 12 county service area of 690,000 in Central Minnesota and an extended area of over 900,000. Healthcare is the number one industry. The area offers numerous four-season recreational activities, sporting and cultural events. St. Cloud serves as a commercial hub. A variety of public and private schools provide high quality options for elementary and secondary education, as well as four local colleges for a wide range of higher education opportunities.

Live in a community that has everything you need for daily life while close to the Twin Cities Metro and the best Minnesota lakes.

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