Bozeman Health is seeking a primary care sports medicine physician to join our team. This position offers a unique opportunity for a board certified primary care physician (Family Medicine, Internal Medicine, or Medicine/Pediatrics) to practice primary care and sports medicine in a clinic site on a university campus and to practice family medicine at a community clinic site. The physician will serve as a team physician for a division one university, providing comprehensive primary care and primary care sports medicine services. The physician will oversee work closely with physical therapists and athletic trainers. As team physician, event coverage for football and basketball is required, including travel for away football games. The physician will work closely with the university athletic department to ensure NCAA policy compliance and administration. The physician will also provide full-spectrum longitudinal primary care and acute care to university faculty and staff, and provide full-spectrum longitudinal primary care at a community clinic site.
BC/BE Family Medicine, Internal Medicine, or internal medicine/pediatrics
Completion of Primary Care Sports Medicine Fellowship Training (CAQ)
After hours athletic event coverage (weekdays, weekends)
Compensation and Benefits:
This is an employed salaried position, with additional opportunity for productivity incentive and quality compensation.
Market competitive compensation and comprehensive benefit package
Relocation and a sign-on bonus available
$3500 / year toward CME and paid initial & renewal licensure, certification and DEA expense
Health, dental, vision, retirement plan
Paid malpractice insurance including tail coverage
Bozeman Health is a faith-based nonprofit health system governed by a community board of directors and spans 5 campuses: Bozeman Health Deaconess Hospital, Highland Park Medical Campus, Belgrade Clinic, Cottonwood Clinic, MSU Student Athlete Clinic and Bozeman Health Big Sky Medical Center. The integrated health system also includes Bozeman Health Hillcrest Senior Living with independent and assisted living facilities, an outpatient services center, a same-day surgery center, a clinical research group and Bozeman Health Retail Care. Today, Bozeman Health is the largest private employer in Gallatin Valley with more than 2400 employees.
The hospital is a 105-bed facility with 8 ORs, 20 bed Critical care unit, and 25 bed ED. Approximately 28,000 ED visits per year. Bozeman Health is committed to the care of patients of all ages and recently opened a Women’s and Children’s Tower and NICU.
The hospital has level III ACS Trauma Center designation and is DNV accredited. There are approximately 260 physicians on the medical staff representing a broad spectrum of both medical and surgical specialties.
With six major mountain ranges surrounding the community, three blue ribbon rivers, five golf courses, three world class skiing resorts, 284 mountain trails, Montana State University, and the gateway town to Yellowstone National Park, it’s no wonder Bozeman appeared as No. 2 on the top 10 list for bizjournals.com’s list of American “dream towns.” Bozeman High School has been ranked on Newsweek’s top-schools list five times since 2003 and a new second high school opened in 2020. Seventy-four percent of the community's 45,000 plus residents has some post-secondary education. University graduates, along with industry-experienced newcomers seeking a higher quality of life, providing a brain pool for the area's mix of expanding businesses.
Because of its access to some of the best ski mountains in the United States, Bozeman ranked as one of the top 15 ski towns in the country by Ski Magazine. Powder Magazine ranked Bozeman in the “top 32 ski towns in North America” and National Geographic, placed Bozeman in the “World's 25 Best
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With many great cultural events including museums, symphony, opera, and a vibrant live music scene as well as the great outdoors, it isn’t what to do in Bozeman, but what not to do because there are so many activities—snow or sunshine. If staying in town is not enough, we have an international airport with direct flights to 20 major US cities.
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