Successful Growing Group in the Inland Empire of California has Immediate Need for 2 Primary Care Providers
This private large group practice has multiple office locations in the cities of Corona and Norco, CA, and is seeking to hire 1 Family Practice and 1 Internal Medicine physician in the next year.
Very successful, with multiple, lucrative payer contracts and a faithful following of patients for over 20 years - this group has an excellent reputation for quality care in the community! You will see an average of 25 patients per day, with no inpatient work, in the main office of this 7-office -location group. A very well-established practice with ample administrative and clinical support staff, including MA's, NP's and PA's.
Excellent Benefits and Compensation Include Bonus Structure and Partnership Track
Affordable, Growing Community with Many Housing and Lifestyle Choices
Centrally Located with a short drive to Wine Country, Major Metro Areas of Southern California, Amusement Parks and Recreation, and 2 International Airports
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The tradition of caring that culminated in the establishment of Corona Regional Medical Center began in 1933, with the founding of Corona Community Hospital. Since that time the hospital has changed to meet the needs of the rapidly growing community. Corona Community Hospital merged with Circle City Medical Center in 1992, and the resulting entity became Corona Regional Medical Center. The hospital is now a 238-bed community hospital network comprising a 160-bed acute care hospital and an 78-bed rehabilitation campus. It is certified by The Joint Commission, employs more than 1,000 trained healthcare workers and has a medical staff of approximately 300 physicians representing more than 40 specialties.