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New Emergency Medicine opportunity in beautiful Elkin, NC


This is a Contract position in Elkin, NC posted September 20, 2020.

The Emergency Medicine department at Hugh Chatham Memorial Is currently seeking experienced Physicians.

Hugh Chatham Memorial Hospital (HCMH) has provided top-quality healthcare to residents in northwestern North Carolina and southwestern Virginia for more than 84-years. A private, not-for-profit hospital, HCMH is served by more than 70 physicians representing 26 specialties and subspecialties. The HCMH emergency department offers 24-hour-a-day, year-round emergency care with a Quick ER service for minor emergencies, open 11 a.m. to 11 p.m. every day.

Annual Patient Volume: 30,000
ED Beds: 24
Admission Rate: 15%
Documentation: Medhost
Physician Daily Coverage: 24 Hours
APC Daily Coverage: 24 Hours

Elkin, NC offers some of the best places to bike, hike and drive to see the color display. The Blue Ridge Parkway, considered the nations most scenic byway, draws thousands of visitors to our region each year. Elkin is best known for its excellent schools, an award-winning hospital, cozy downtown and year-round events with the Explore Elkin and the Reeves Theater.

Why Practice with ApolloMD?

Being physician owned and operated, we pride ourselves in providing a setting where our physicians maintain a high level of life through market-leading compensation, physician friendly contracts that are written in plain language, and do not contain restrictive clauses or non-competes. Our physician enjoy professional development opportunities and are supported through comprehensive on-site practice resources including administrative personnel. In addition, ApolloMD physicians are offered ownership options through our ApolloMD Partnership Program (APP), allowing them to build equity in a thriving group from day one, rather than waiting years to share in the success of the practice.