We are a not-for-profit health system serving 350,000 residents across Eastern Kentucky and Southern West Virginia. Operating nine hospitals, multi-specialty physician practices, home health agencies, HomeCare Stores and retail pharmacies, we are the largest provider of care and single largest employer in southeastern Kentucky and the third largest private employer in southern West Virginia.
The system employs 4,700 employees and has a network of more than 600 active and courtesy medical staff members representing various specialties. Firmly committed to its mission of improving the health and promoting the well-being of all people in Eastern Kentucky and Southern West Virginia.
- Competitive base salary & production bonuses based on WRVU
- Potential starting bonus opportunities
- Loan Repayment opportunities of up to $25,000 a year and a maximum of $200,000 over multiple contracts
- Potential stipend opportunities while completing your residency and fellowship
- Relocation assistance
- $3,500 annual CME coverage – 5 days off
- 403B plan
- Great health care benefits with low out of pocket expense
Raleigh County is the standard of excellence in Southern West Virginia. The county has six high schools, six junior high schools, two middle schools, and a vocational-techinal center. Mountain State University, along with several cooperative colleges, offers a wide range of studies for those seeking a higher education.
It is easy to enjoy the outdoors in Raleigh County! Known for its whitewater rafting, skiing, and picturesque landscapes, the area attracts more than 150,000 people each year. Winterplace is a ski resort offering 21 slopes for beginners and experts. Nearby Grandview National Park offers scenic overlooks of New River Canyon and lots of recreational activities. There's no doubt about it, opportunities for fishing, hiking, rafting, boating, biking, golfing and winter skiing are abundant. Tamarack, a new cultural center, offers a variety crafts and collectibles made in West Virginia, as well as shopping, dining, demonstrations, and entertainment.
Approximately 60 miles from Charleston.
Our community is a great place to live, raise a family, worship, educate children and to do business. We offer practically any provider of service that you need. As in most of Eastern Kentucky, the main industry is coal mining, but the city is also focusing now on attracting new industries. Our public school systems provide an excellent education. Hazard Community and Technical College has its main campus in the area. Bachelors and Master degree programs are offered through the University Center of the Mountains, located on the Community College campus.
Hazard and Perry County offer a variety of recreational facilities and activities, including three city parks with basketball courts, tennis courts, an amphitheater, a picnic shelter, playgrounds, a nine-hole golf course, and volleyball courts. The Hazard Pavilion offers an Olympic-size pool, tennis and racquetball courts, a weight room, and more. Nearby Buckhorn Lake State Park and Carr Creek Lake give visitors many exciting options, such as boating, swimming, and fishing. While various activities occur throughout the year, the entire community especially enjoys a four-day celebration of the coal industry, Black Gold Festival, which is held each year in September.
Approximately 100 miles from Lexington.