This position is located at Winn Army Community Hospital, Hiinesville, Fort Stewart GA.
This is an employed civilian Physician (OBGYN) position that affords job security, a competitive base salary, bonuses, moving expenses, full malpractice coverage, up to 26 days paid vacation, 11 days paid Federal Holidays, a sick leave benefit, CME opportunities, and a first-class health and retirement benefit package.
Winn Army Community Hospital is a 112-bed community hospital which will feature a new Women’s Health and Mammography Center. Our healthcare team provides primary and specialty care for a patient population of over 70,000. As a civilian family practice physician you will play an integral role in providing exceptional healthcare to the Soldiers and Families in our great Army and the 3rd Infantry Division.
Key supporting specialties at Winn include OB/Gyn, general and orthopedic surgery, EENT, Psychiatry, Dermatology, and Urology. Enjoy the benefits of a full inpatient and outpatient EMR with digital radiography.
Located in Coastal Georgia you can enjoy good schools, new industry and community growth, and exceptional coastal recreation and golf in the local area. The Hinesville/Savannah, Georgia area is located less than 30 minutes from the beach. We enjoy a low cost of living and a vibrant Savannah night life with great restaurants. Multiple top notch universities are in the area including Georgia Southern University, Armstrong Atlantic State University, and the Savannah College of Art and Design. Many of our physicians enjoy living in the upscale suburbs of Savannah including Richmond Hill, Pooler, and Hinesville, and many of these locations include direct deep water access. These are quintessential small town communities with close access to the city of Savannah.
As an OBGYN Physician you will:
The primary purpose of this job is to provide a Medical Officer who is board certified or board eligible in OB/GYN to carry a full range of cases, including the most difficult in the specialty, and provide consultative services to other staff members on difficult OB/GYN cases. Complicated cases requiring treatment or services for which existing hospital facilities are not adequate are referred to other civilian or military medical facilities.
1. Examines, diagnoses, treats or prescribes course of treatment for OB/GYN patients including those of an unusually complex and difficult nature. Ascertains immediate needs as deemed necessary. Performs surgical procedures and assists in Operating Room (OR) under minimal supervision of the Chief, Obstetrics/ Gynecology Service, guiding and directing the assisting medical officer, nurse anesthetist and nurses. Performs basic colposcopy and treatment of dysplasia on OB/GYN patients. Instructs and supervises other ancillary personnel in the care and treatment of patients. Administers and prescribes medicine and treatment. Records medical data or case history on prescribed Army Medical Department forms as required. Reviews and studies medical history and progress of patients.
2. Exercises consultative responsibility of a high level of professional competence in the specialty areas of OB/GYN. Serves as a consultant in OB/GYN to other medical officers, primarily on the more complicated OB/GYN cases. Available on call to advise medical officers of procedures to be followed in the care and treatment of difficult cases, and to answer questions of ward personnel regarding management of hospitalized OB/GYN patients. Responds to OB/GYN calls in house and provides back up call for other obstetricians.
3. Provides high risk ultrasound clinic to include Biometry, fetal surveillance and biophysical profile. Prepares basic infertility workup, evaluation and treatment. Provides basic perinatal risk management conferences and education for the staff.
4. Maintains a current unrestricted license to practice medicine. Obtains continuing medical education (CME) on a regular basis and keeps abreast of current literature.
Performs other duties as assigned.
US Citizenship required
Board Eligible/Certified in OB/GYN
Must possess a current, active, full, and unrestricted license or registration as a Physician from a State, the District of Columbia, the Commonwealth of Puerto Rico, or a territory of the United States.