Summa Health is seeking board certified/board eligible Gastroenterologist with advanced endoscopy training in ERCP/EUS to join our employed physician group, Summa Health Medical Group. The selected candidate will become a member of Summa Health Medical Group, a multi-specialty group practice of 350+ physicians employed by the Summa Health System. Summa Health – headquartered in Akron, Ohio – is one of the largest integrated Healthcare Delivery Systems in the state. With 2 hospitals and 20+ health centers, Summa Health provides access to care throughout the region.
Opportunity Highlights •Employed position with comprehensive benefit package •Competitive compensation with salary guarantee •Call schedule 1:4 allowing for exceptional work/life balance •Endo Suite immediately below office •Candidate will step into a busy practice immediately •Academic appointment available through NEOMED •Epic System’s EMR
Community Information •Rising from the rolling hills of the Western Reserve along the Ohio & Erie Canal, Akron is a vital heartland city at the center of multiple major transportation routes and only 40 minutes from Cleveland. Akron is surrounded by lush greenery and adjacent to Cuyahoga Valley National Park. In 2015, Forbes Magazine named Akron, Ohio as one of America’s 20 most affordable cities. The downtown hosts a vibrant arts scene and world class shopping. Northeast Ohio offers many quality primary and secondary education options.
Candidate Requirements •Board Certified/Board Eligible in Gastroenterology •Advanced endoscopy training in ERCP/EUS •Unrestricted Ohio License or willingness to obtain •Excellent verbal and written communication skills •Commitment to quality care in a patient centered, team-based environment
Summa Health System’s commitment to its mission, vision and values is deeply rooted in its culture of servant leadership. Across the system, at each hospital, community health center and outpatient facility, you can be assured you receive the highest quality, compassionate care.
We focus on coordinating care and care transitions throughout the clinical enterprise (and with community-based providers and resources) to improve the health status of the communities we serve.