Marshfield Clinic- Minoqua Center is seeking a Internal Medicine/Family Medicine/Med/Peds physician to join their Hospital Medicine department at Howard Young Medical Center. The daily census is between 20-40 patients so each Hospitalist sees about 12-15 patients per day. All patients are adult general medicine cases. If Family Medicine or Med/Peds trained you will have the opportunity to cover ICU neonatal resuscilation.
About Ministry Howard Young Medical Center – Minocqua
Located adjacent to Marshfield Clinic – Minocqua Center, Ministry Howard Young Medical Center (HYMC) is a 99 bed facility that was built, through a generous grant from S. Howard Young, a New York art dealer and uncle of actress Elizabeth Taylor. HYMC is an acute care facility where specially trained physicians, nurses and technical personnel are dedicated to caring for the health and wellness of its patients. Key offerings include complete surgical services, obstetrical services, a full range of laboratory and radiology services, inpatient and intensive care, emergency care, cardiovascular pulmonary rehabilitation services, physical medicine and rehabilitation, occupational health services, mental health and AODA, inpatient and day surgery, hemodialysis and diabetes management.
About the Minocqua Area
Minocqua/Woodruff is known as the "Lakeland" area and is truly one of the most attractive vacation spots in the Upper Midwest. Over 1,000 navigable lakes, proximity to the Midwest's finest downhill and cross-country skiing, fishing, sailing, scuba diving, a variety of challenging golf courses, scenic bicycling and hiking trails, excellent schools and the spirit of the Northwood's hospitality are just a few of the area's appealing features.
About the Marshfield Clinic
When six Marshfield physicians pooled their medical expertise in 1916 to form Marshfield Clinic, they built the foundation for what has grown to become one of the largest private, multispecialty group practices in the United States. With 775 physicians in 80 medical specialties and subspecialties located in 52 locations throughout northern, central and western Wisconsin, Marshfield Clinic is a leader in providing high quality care. Marshfield Clinic physicians enjoy practicing in a group environment with the shared belief of doing what is best for the patient is paramount.
Marshfield Clinic Research Foundation (MCRF), was established in 1959. MCRF scientists conduct research on healthcare and public health. Areas of focus include; clinical research, rural and agricultural health and safety, human genetics, epidemiology and biomedical informatics.
The Marshfield Clinic Education Foundation also has a history of strong commitment to education and public service. ACGME accredited residency programs for recent medical school graduates are: internal medicine, pediatrics, medicine and pediatrics, dermatology, surgery and transitional year. Many members of the Marshfield Clinic staff hold clinical teaching appointments from the University of Wisconsin - Madison medical school.
Security Health Plan
Security Health Plan is the health maintenance organization owned by Marshfield Clinic. It provides a variety of comprehensive health insurance options to more than 174,000 members in much of central, northern and western Wisconsin.