Physician - Urgent Care

The University of Kansas Health System
Rosedale, KS
Nov 17, 2022
Nov 28, 2022
Specialty / Focus
Urgent Care
Position Type
Excellent Work-Life Balance - Kansas City Community Physicians

The Position

The University of Kansas Health System is seeking an Urgent Care/Occupational Health Physician to join our growing community of family medicine providers.

Positive atmosphere of collegiality and collaboration

Outpatient/ambulatory clinic only - No inpatient or hospital coverage

Demonstrated need to grow these practices. Clinic receives 80-100 patients per day.

Physician will treat Urgent Care and Occupational Health patients. Mentor support available for Occupational Health

Site appropriate ancillary services provided

Flexible hours and scheduling. This position will work approximately 20-24 hours per week

Excellent compensation with full benefits

Must be licensed or eligible for licensure in Kansas and Missouri (required)

Organizational Culture

HERO program gives employees countless opportunities to volunteer in community programs and events

Employees participate in events such as American Heart Association Heart Walk, Susan G. Komen Race for the Cure, American Stroke Foundation Stroke Walk, and much more!

Progressive healthcare promoting diversity and inclusion. For the last 2 years, we've been recognized for the equitable and inclusive care we provide for LGBTQ patients and families by the Healthcare Equality Index

Corporate partners with the Kansas City Chiefs, Kansas City Royals, Kansas Speedway, and the Sprint Center to raise awareness in the importance of quality community healthcare

Kansas City

Kansas City metro has a population of greater than 2 million

Awarded America's 4th Most Cultured City by Travel + Leisure magazine

Outdoor activities year-round with more than 600 parks and 24 public lakes

Sports enthusiasts enjoy a variety of professional and collegiate sports

Amazing Food - from KC barbeque to local farm-fresh fare and ethnic varieties

Affordable housing, including downtown lofts, suburban neighborhoods and rural properties