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Permanent Pulmonology (Critical Care) Position in Lexington, KY
(Physician/MD qualifications required) Pulmonology (Critical Care) - Established Pulmonary /Critical Care Group seeks another for Lexington, KY!
Join a group of 4 other Pulm/CCs looking for a 5th. Do a balance of Pulmunology and Critical Care sharing call amongst all doctors.
Work at one 300+ bed facility located in Lexington, KY proper.
Very competitive compensation package along MGMA figures with production and excellent benefits.
Lexington, at the heart of Kentucky's Bluegrass Region, is a very special city and a wonderful place to live. "Top 10 Reasons to Live in Lexington"
Proximity to Louisville, Cincinnati, Indianapolis, Nashville and Knoxville. Lexington is situated at the intersection of I-75 and I-64, Lexington is just over an hour away from both Louisville and Cincinnati and approximately three hours from Indianapolis, Nashville and Knoxville.
-Low Crime With a lower-than-average crime rate, Lexington is a city where people feel safe walking around the city at night and with good reason.
-Shopping & For a city of its size, Lexington offers the largest mall in the state (Fayette Mall), Lexington boasts dozens of national chain stores as well as numerous boutique and specialty stores scattered throughout this pretty, historic city. Lexington, which is purported to rank among the top in the nation for restaurants per capita, features not only dozens of national chain restaurants, but also features a large number of unique, locally-owned eateries as well.
-Strong With its abundance of healthcare, government and technology jobs, the Lexington economy is one of the nation's most stable. Economists have referred to Lexington as having "a fortified economy, strong in manufacturing, technology and entrepreneurial support, benefiting from a diverse, balanced business base".
-Lots of If you've ever been to Lexington, KY, you won't have to wonder why the city is known for its natural, scenic beauty. Strict zoning enforcement helps ensure the city continues to grow at a moderate rate while helping to ensure it continues to exhibit the charming southern horse-farm atmosphere we're famous for.
Lexington is home to over 100 parks, ranging in size from the tiny but lovely Smith Street Park (.2 acres) to the 659-acre Masterson Station Park, which is home to several horse shows and other events throughout the year. The city is also home to Raven Run Nature Sanctuary, a 734-acre nature preserve situated along the Kentucky River Palisades. Rav
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