Knox County Hospital District
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Knox County Hospital District

- Excellent Salary of $300K with Potential for Extra Earnings!

- $10K Sign-On Bonus & $10K Retention Bonus!

- 2017 Top 100 Rural & Community Hospital.


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Family Medicine
Knox County Hospital (Knox City, TX)
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Practice Type: Employee
Setting: Outpatient
Accepts J1 Visa? Yes | H1B Visa? Yes
Requires BE? Yes | BC? Yes
  • Full Time
  • Hours: Monday - Thursday 8 AM - 5 PM | Work One Full Friday, Off One Full Friday, and Work 1/2 Day Remaining Fridays
  • Employed
  • MD/DO
  • New Graduates Welcome
  • Average patients seen: 15 - 20
  • Call Schedule: ER Call | 2 Days a Week (Monday - Thursday) Backup to NP | 1 Weekend a Month Backup to NP
  • Loan Repayment
  • Sign-On Bonus
  • Relocation Assistance Available
  • Compensation: Excellent Earning Potential of $300K Plus Additional Incentive Potential | Sign On $20K | Loan Repayment Potential through NHSC
  • Benefits: Health Insurance Reimbursed | PTO - 30 Days/Year | CME - $3,500/Year | Professional Liability 200/600 Paid by District
  • Additional Information:
    - District manages practice for physicians so they can concentrate on practicing medicine.
    - 2017 Top 100 Rural & Community Hospital
    - Knox City boasts a low cost of living and a slower pace of life.
    - We are located in the middle of Abilene, Lubbock, and Wichita Falls. Abilene is 75 miles to the north, Lubbock is 127 miles to the west, and Wichita Falls is 89 miles to the east.


Knox County Hospital District

Knox County Hospital invites you to step inside and enjoy the excitement of working in a warm and friendly atmosphere, in a facility offering exceptional rural healthcare. As part of our healthcare team, you'll work with the District to improve community health and wellness.


Facilities

Knox County Hospital
701 SE 5th Street, Knox City, TX 79529

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Knox County Hospital District is a 14-bed, non-profit, acute care facility serving Knox County and the surrounding areas. You'll join a team of other skilled providers offering professional care in a historic facility with state-of-the-art equipment.

Knox City, TX

Knox County is in the Rolling Plains region of northwest central Texas, bordered on the north by Foard County, on the east by Baylor County, on the south by Haskell County, and on the west by King County. It's about seventy-five miles north of Abilene. The county was named for Henry Knox, the secretary of war in George Washington's first cabinet. Knox County embraces 854 square miles of level to rolling, mesquite-covered plains, dissected by hilly ranges and eroded breaks; altitudes range from 1,401 to 1,646 feet above sea level.

The northernmost region of Texas got its name for the way it looks like the handle of a frying pan. Wish there was a glory story behind the moniker, but it’s really that simple. Simple, however, is far from what you’ll experience when you arrive in the Panhandle Plains. Let’s start with the sky and work our way down.

Bright Stars

This is the place to watch the stars come out. We’re not talking the red carpet, A-list Hollywood types, but the twinkling gems that inspired the lyrics, “The stars at night are big and bright, deep in the heart of Texas.” Close your eyes for a moment. Actually, read this first – imagine if someone accidentally knocked over a giant bottle of glitter that spilled across the night sky. Now close your eyes and picture it. Then come and see the real thing. As a bonus, enjoy the Abilene Philharmonic Orchestra to add a dramatic soundtrack to the visual experience.

Dramatic Canyons

Just south of Amarillo lies one of the Panhandle-Plains’ most spectacular natural attractions: Palo Duro Canyon State Park. Like a fine artist meticulously working their sculpting tools, the Red River carved the incredible spires and pinnacles of Palo Duro Canyon. Walls plunge nearly 1,000 feet to the floor below, exposing brilliant, multi-colored layers of sediment. Another dazzling site is Caprock Canyons State Park, with ideal trails for hiking, biking or horseback riding and even a fascinating 742-foot abandoned railroad tunnel to check out.

Route 66

America’s most famous highway winds its way through the Panhandle Plains. Go for a drive, put the top down and let the nostalgia blow through your hair. Pull over and “get your kicks” at one of the restaurants, shops and roadside attractions (Cadillac Ranch will boggle and amaze you) that keep the Mother Road grooving along.

Rock 'n’ Roll Pioneer

Music legend Buddy Holly grew up in these parts. Fans can pay tribute to the shy kid in glasses turned rock 'n’ roll hero at the Buddy Holly Center in Lubbock. His music influenced a generation of artists that followed. Stop by while you’re in the Depot Entertainment District to catch some of today’s talented Texas musicians.


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Stephen Kuehler
CEO

Phone
(940) 657 - 3535
Address
701 South 5th Street
Knox City, TX  79529

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