Job ID: 289887351  |  Last Updated: 2/10/2021

Occupational Health - MRO - Opportunity in SC

Lexington Medical Center
West Columbia, SC
Applicant Contact
Robin Revels
Physician Recruitment Liaison
(803) 791-2130
(803) 791-2660

Job Description

Lexington Medical Center seeks BC Preventative Med/Occupational Med physician. Medical Review Officer experience is desired -- or willingness to become MRO. Lexington county ranks in the top 5% of growth, over the next ten years, according to the United States Census. The area is growing and as a result, our need in occupational health physicians has increased.

Lexington Medical Center is a 485-bed acute care hospital network in West Columbia, South Carolina. In March of 2019, the Medical Center opened the doors to the largest clinical expansion in South Carolina's history. The network includes six community medical centers, an occupational health facility, the largest nursing home in the Carolinas, an Alzheimer's care center, and 77 physician practices with 375 employed physicians.

Near the capital city of Columbia, South Carolina, home to the University of South Carolina, enjoy SEC Division I sporting events, top quality entertainment at the Colonial Life Arena and the Koger Center for the Arts, energetic nightlife in the Congaree Vista, or stroll Main Street during the Saturday morning Soda City Market. Its central location, favorable economic environment, cultural diversity, and recreation opportunities make the Columbia area an ideal place to work, live, and play.

Employment benefits include:

Malpractice coverage
Participation in South Carolina State Retirement System
Retirement plans with matching percentage
Health, dental and vision
Daycare FSA
Life, Accident, and Critical Illness Insurance
Short and Long-term disability
College Plans
Relocation assistance
CME allowance

Please visit our facility website to learn more about Lexington Medical Center and what it is like to be a part of our Physician Network

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