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Job title: Pediatrician KRC.1112.0107.05
Job location: South Central, KS 00000 United States
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Date posted: 03/18/13
Job type: Full-Time
Compensation: position can be full or part time. Salary range to start $100,000- $150,000. Potential loan repayment is available through the National Health Service Corps and Kansas State Loan Repayment Program. Other benefits to include PTO, insurance (health and dental), retirement, malpractice, CME allowance, id theft protection, life insurance, ADD and potential relocation coverage

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Job Category:Pediatrics

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Job description:
KRC.1112.0107.05 Pediatrician needed to join 3 other physicians in a great primary care office (rural health clinic) with minimal hospital coverage. Satisfying work in medically underserved area, which is also a state-designated low income area. This opportunity is a patient-centered medical home, physician owned, caring work environment in a small town setting. This is a NHSC designated site and pilot project for KS Patient Centered Medical Home Initiative, and has been a RHC since 1999. Currently on staff are 3 FP physicians, 3 PAs, 1 NP and 1 RN.
This position can be full or part time. Salary range to start $100,000- $150,000. Potential loan repayment is available through the National Health Service Corps and Kansas State Loan Repayment Program. Other benefits to include PTO, insurance (health and dental), retirement, malpractice, CME allowance, id theft protection, life insurance, ADD and potential relocation coverage.

In 1865, the Osage Indians signed a treaty with the American government to give up the land for settlement. In 1865 Mr. William Shamleffer and Mr. C. N. James purchased the 80 acres that became this community for forty dollars. In 1868, they selected a site to build a log cabin (now a museum), and a general store for the early settlers that would move to the area. In 1870, two railroads were brought into here and the town doubled in size.
Built in 1868, the Historical Museum stood 1-½ stories tall and was known as the Shamleffer and James General Store. The cabin was built of hand-hewn cottonwood logs from along the Walnut River. Some of these logs are 12-14 inches in width. The cabin is on the National Registry of Historical Places and is one of two, in the state of Kansas, on its original site and is the oldest landmark in the county. In 1939 it was purchased by the Historical Society and opened as a museum.
The Historical Theatre is a 1935 Art Deco movie palace that is listed on the National Registry of Historic Places.
This community offers many recreational opportunities. In addition to various parks, the City Lake offers a number of outdoor activities, such as fishing, boating and picnic areas.

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