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Posted: Wednesday, August 9, 2017 9:25 AM


Sarasota, Florida community seeks a Board Certified General Gastroenterologist. You will join 4 other Gastroenterologists and will have a Call of 1:5. You will be employed for 2 years with a partnership track offered after successfully finishing your first 2 years. In your first 2 years you will have a base salary with the opportunity to earn productivity bonus. A claims made policy is provided but you will be responsible for your own tail if you part ways with the group. You will also receive 3 weeks of vacation, 1 week CME, health insurance, 401(k) with 3% match on a certain amount of salary, as well as relocation expenses.
In this west coast community, you can enjoy the breathtaking sunsets, educational museums, operas, ballets, plays, golf tournaments, and boat races. You can join in tennis, lawn bowling, water skiing, shell collecting, bird watching, growing exotic tropical plants, university classes, golf, or boating.
Quality service is available from knowledgeable physicians, bankers, lawyers, investment brokers, lenders and insurance agents, who can help answer your questions about living and conducting business in Florida. Sarasota, together with its neighbors to the north and south, form the 7th-largest market in Florida. It is also Florida’s third-fastest growing major market. With over 600,000 people, the area is one of the largest, most affluent markets in Florida. In the last 5 years, it has grown 4 times faster than the national average. The per capita retail sales are almost 20% above the national average. It has a strong base of retirement age people, about a third of the population, but the fastest-growing segment of the market is middle-aged adults and their children. It has approximately 1/4 the population of the Tampa/St. Petersburg area.

• Location: Sarasota, Sarasota, fl

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