Physician Opportunities

For more information or to submit your CV:

Pam Olson, Physician Recruiter
Phone: 812-375-3954
Fax: 812-375-3319
E-mail: polson@crh.org

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Columbus Regional Health and its medical staff are committed to actively recruiting physicians to meet the healthcare needs of our community.

At Columbus Regional Health you have the opportunity to practice in a dynamic healthcare facility, solid healthcare market, favorable malpractice state, qualifying public services loan forgiveness entity, and to join a progressive, quality-conscious medical staff.

Current physician job opportunities:


Most Experienced & Respected Cardiovascular Physician Group in South Central Indiana

Southern Indiana Heart & Vascular, conveniently located on the campus of Columbus Regional Hospital in Columbus, Indiana is in search of a BE/BC General Cardiology physician.  Join an exceptional team of cardiologists, interventional cardiologists, EP, and cardiothoracic surgeons.  Our team is supported by well-trained and highly skilled staff including nurse practitioners and experienced CCU nursing staff.  Columbus Regional offers 3 Cath labs, CCU, and cardiac surgery services. Come to the beautiful and welcoming community of Columbus and enjoy outstanding quality of life in the heart of Southeastern Indiana.

  • Full-time position
  • Mix of outpatient and inpatient care
  • EPIC EMR in office & hospital
  • Competitive compensation package, benefits, Paid Time Off, CME allowance, sign on bonus & potential quality bonus
  • Favorable malpractice state with insurance provided.
  • Excellent employee & physician retention
  • We are open to recent graduates or practicing physicians and are a H1B eligible facility

Where You’ll Work

Southern Indiana Heart & Vascular is committed to improving local access to care in Columbus and surrounding communities. Our team of like-minded providers offers high quality, patient-centered care as well as a more satisfying experience for patients and families with a focus on maintaining continuity of care throughout the group. With over 225 providers, our tradition of excellence extends to all aspects of care from routine check-ups to leading-edge surgical procedures.  With offices throughout the Southeastern Indiana region, we offer many convenient locations.

Who You’ll Work For

Southern Indiana Heart & Vascular is part of Columbus Regional Health Physicians.  CRHP is a wholly owned subsidiary of Columbus Regional Health, a system of physicians, healthcare professionals, out-patient centers and more.  Together our innovative thinking is redefining the delivery of healthcare in Southeastern Indiana.

As a physician with Columbus Regional Physicians you join a network encompassing many specialties. You will also receive administrative support allowing you to focus on patient care and service.  The hospital provides 24-hour emergency and inpatient services, rehabilitation services, surgical services, and laboratory and diagnostic services. Hospitalists based at Columbus Regional Hospital work as partners with our primary care physicians.  In addition, Physician Liaisons provide support with marketing and new patient referrals.

Columbus Regional Health Physicians has a full time employment opportunity for Family Medicine physician interested in a full spectrum of family care including obstetrics. 

We are open to recent graduates or practicing physicians and are a H1B eligible facility.  Visa sponsorship available through our retained immigration attorney with all required filing fees and services covered.

Columbus Regional Health Physicians offers a competitive wage and compensation package based on training and clinical experience:

  • Excellent compensation package, benefits, & signing bonus
  • Occurrence-based malpractice (no tail required)
  • Generous vacation and CME allowance
  • Call schedule conducive to work/life balance
  • Excellent employee and physician retention

As a physician with Columbus Regional Physicians you join a network encompassing many specialties. You will also receive administrative support allowing you to focus on patient care and service.

  • The hospital provides 24-hour emergency and inpatient services, rehabilitation services, surgical services, and laboratory and diagnostic services. Hospitalists based at Columbus Regional Hospital work as partners with our primary care physicians.
  • Physician Liaisons provide support with marketing and new patient referrals.
  • A designated in-house “Physician Support Team” is available 24/7 to assist with any technology needs.  

Columbus Regional Health Physicians are a wholly owned subsidiary of Columbus Regional Health, a system of physicians, healthcare professionals, out-patient centers and more.  Together our innovative thinking is redefining the delivery of healthcare in South Eastern Indiana.

  • Our pursuit of innovation and excellence is embedded in every action and connection we make to give people the very best health and wellness experience.
  • Through our involvement with Healthy Communities we are involved in improving the health and quality of life of all residents of Bartholomew County.

Southeastern Indiana Gastroenterology has an excellent fulltime employment opportunity for a Gastroenterologist.

Seeking a Board Certified or Board Eligible Gastroenterologist interested in joining our private practice with a team of 3 physicians and 2 nurse practitioners.  Adeptness at therapeutic ERCP is preferred but not essential. 

Southeastern Indiana Gastroenterology offers a competitive wage and compensation package based on training and clinical experience

The Opportunity

  • Providing gastroenterology services in a 7 to 10 county area with a documented demonstrated need.
  • Administrative support allowing you to focus on patient care and service.
  • Access to surgery center owned 50% by physicians.

Columbus Regional Hospital

Columbus Regional Health's clinical excellence rivals that of the largest  hospitals in Indiana and is nationally recognized:

  • Named as one of 100 Great Community Hospitals by Becker's Hospital Review
  • Top 100 Hospitals by Thomson Reuters
  • Modern Healthcare Magazine's Top 100 Best Places to Work in Healthcare

 

Our Hospice of South Central Indiana seeks a physician leader to serve as Medical Director for their Columbus, Indiana based organization.  Ideal physician will have at least 2 years’ experience in the care of terminally and chronically-ill patients. Experience in managing a team of medical professionals is preferred.  Physician must be fellowship trained and must be Board Certified in Hospice/Palliative Care. Active licensure in Indiana is required.

Opportunity Highlights

The physician will:

  • Serve as the Medical Director of Hospice and Palliative Care Services, assuming responsibility for the clinical/medical coordination, development, evaluation and supervision of both programs.
  • Provide overall clinical/medical leadership for the medical component of the organization’s patient care and services provided at all organization’s multiple locations; ensuring that all patients are appropriate for admission, and serve as the physician member of the IDG.
  • Help nurture and grow a well-established, highest quality hospice program, and support the growth of an already successful new palliative program
  • Collaborate and partner with a leadership team of highly skilled professionals committed to the growth of the organization; and lead a multidisciplinary team of motivated clinicians to provide individualized care to patients; and participate in the establishment and implementation of the plan of care for patients.
  • Be responsible for the palliation and management of the hospice patients’ terminal illness and related conditions in conjunction with the patient’s attending physician, or serve as the attending if one is not assigned; and be responsible for the palliation of symptoms and coordination of care of the palliative patients’ conditions in conjunction with the patient’s current physicians.
  • Assume primary responsibility for monitoring and compliance for the medical component of hospice and palliative care programs with all applicable standards, regulations and requirements; and participate in ethics and policy committees as needed, within the organization and the health system.
  • Establish, coordinate and participate in 24-hour medical staff call coverage for the organizations’ patients
  • Assume primary responsibility for providing in-service training for staff, peer-to-peer consultation, re-certification face-to-face assessments, and communication with referral sources when applicable.
  • Assume responsibility for promoting hospice and palliative care education with hospice and palliative care medical and nursing staff, referring hospitals and physicians; and participate in community education to support the growth of the organization. 
  • Be responsible for providing direct supervision of Hospice Physicians and Nurse Practitioners and assess and evaluate their competency on an annual basis; ensure medical staff documentation is accurate, timely, and in compliance with state and federal regulatory requirements.
  • Report to the President of the organization and collaborate with leadership on strategic planning for organization and census growth, and development of additional programs and community offerings.

We offer a competitive compensation package and generous benefits, retirement, time off, and CME allowance.  Interested candidates may send their resume and credentials to Marla Satterfield, Manager of Human Resources at msatterfield@crh.org

About Our Hospice of South Central Indiana

With a history dating back to 1980, a not-for-profit community-supported organization with 2 satellite offices and a 14-bed free-standing inpatient unit since. A patient-centered, mission-oriented and staff-committed organization recognized for outstanding quality and service. Competent and supportive leadership team focused  providing excellent care with compassion and dignity for end-of-life and chronic disease patients. Aligned with Columbus Regional Health system for collaboration and optimization or community care.  Ready to grow and further pursue our role as leaders in our region in post-acute care.

Columbus Regional Health Physicians has excellent Full Time employment opportunities for BC/BE Internal Medicine Hospitalists offering a competitive wage and compensation package based on training and clinical experience.

The Opportunity 

  • Competitive Compensation package, benefits, & signing bonus
  • Occurrence-based malpractice (no tail required)
  • Vacation and CME allowance
  • Call schedule conducive to work/life balance
  • Excellent employee and physician retention
  • Columbus Regional Hospital is a 225 bed not-for-profit hospital and is a regional referral center.
  • 7 days on/7 days off with a 12 hour shift rotation (7a.m. to 7p.m.)
  • No ICU work or procedures required

 

Columbus Regional Health Physicians has a full time employment opportunity for a BC/BE Internal Medicine Physician to be a part of a thriving group practice in Columbus, Indiana. 

We are open to recent graduates or practicing physicians and are a H1B eligible facility.  Visa sponsorship available through our retained immigration attorney with all required filing fees and services covered.

Columbus Regional Health Physicians offers a competitive wage and compensation package based on training and clinical experience:

  • Excellent compensation package, benefits, & signing bonus
  • Occurrence-based malpractice (no tail required)
  • Generous vacation and CME allowance
  • Call schedule conducive to work/life balance
  • Excellent employee and physician retention

As a physician with Columbus Regional Physicians you join a network encompassing many specialties. You will also receive administrative support allowing you to focus on patient care and service.

  • The hospital provides 24-hour emergency and inpatient services, rehabilitation services, surgical services, and laboratory and diagnostic services. Hospitalists based at Columbus Regional Hospital work as partners with our primary care physicians.
  • Physician Liaisons provide support with marketing and new patient referrals.

Columbus Regional Health Physicians is a wholly owned subsidiary of Columbus Regional Health, a system of physicians, healthcare professionals, out-patient centers and more.  Together our innovative thinking is redefining the delivery of healthcare in South Eastern Indiana.

  • Our pursuit of innovation and excellence is embedded in every action and connection we make to give people the very best health and wellness experience.
  • Through our involvement with Healthy Communities we are involved in improving the health and quality of life of all residents of Bartholomew County.

Columbus Regional Health Physicians has a full time employment opportunity for a BC/BE Neurologist to be a part of a thriving group practice in Columbus, Indiana. 

We are open to recent graduates or practicing physicians and are a H1B eligible facility.  Visa sponsorship available through our retained immigration attorney with all required filing fees and services covered.

Columbus Regional Health Physicians offers a competitive wage and compensation package based on training and clinical experience:

  • Excellent compensation package, benefits, & signing bonus
  • Occurrence-based malpractice (no tail required)
  • Generous vacation and CME allowance
  • Call schedule conducive to work/life balance
  • Excellent employee and physician retention

About the opportunity

  • This is an established practice adding a provider.
  • This is the only Neurology practice in Columbus, Indiana and is supported by a large regional referral base.
  • Practice enjoys a diverse mix of cases and complexity providing inpatient testing and consults while maintaining an outpatient practice.
  • Columbus Regional Hospital has been recognized by the American Heart Association for its high standard in stroke care excellence.
  • Procedures performed in the office include BOTOX, Spasticity Clinic, and Sleep Studies.

As a physician with Columbus Regional Physicians you join a network encompassing many specialties. You will also receive administrative support allowing you to focus on patient care and service.

  • The hospital provides 24-hour emergency and inpatient services, rehabilitation services, surgical services, and laboratory and diagnostic services. Hospitalists based at Columbus Regional Hospital work as partners with our primary care physicians.
  • Physician Liaisons provide support with marketing and new patient referrals.
  • A designated in-house “Physician Support Team” is available 24/7 to assist with any technology needs.

Columbus Regional Health Physicians are a wholly owned subsidiary of Columbus Regional Health, a system of physicians, healthcare professionals, out-patient centers and more. Together our innovative thinking is redefining the delivery of healthcare in South Eastern Indiana.

  • Our pursuit of innovation and excellence is embedded in every action and connection we make to give people the very best health and wellness experience.
  • Through our involvement with Healthy Communities we are involved in improving the health and quality of life of all residents of Bartholomew County.

Columbus Regional Health Physicians has an excellent fulltime employment opportunity for a BE/BC Internal Medicine Hospitalist-Nocturnist offering a competitive wage and compensation packet based on training and clinical experience. 

The Opportunity

  • Excellent compensation package, benefits, & signing bonus
  • Occurrence-based malpractice (no tail required)
  • Vacation and CME allowance
  • Excellent employee & physician retention
  • Columbus Regional Hospital is a 225 bed not-for-profit hospital and is a regional referral center.
  • 7 days on/7 days off with a 12 hour shift rotation.  (7p.m. to 7a.m.)  No call allows for personal life balance.
  • Night shift is staffed by 1 physician and 1-2 nurse practitioners.
  • No ICU work or procedures required. There is ample subspecialty back up.
South Central Indiana Pathology, a small private pathology group servicing a single community-based hospital, is seeking an AP/CP board certified or eligible pathologist to fill a full time partnership track position in Columbus, Indiana by the end of 2021. Part time coverage will be considered. 
 
Qualified Candidates:
  •   AP/CP board certified or eligible
  •   Eligible for medical license in the State of Indiana
  •   Strong diagnostic skills in a wide variety of surgical specimens
 
Expectations:
  •   Requisite skill sets include general surgical pathology (practice skewed towards GI, breast, and lung), cytopathology, frozen sections, and rapid FNA assessment. No autopsies.
  •   Participation in tumor boards and on medical staff committees.
 
Interested candidates should apply to Pam Olson, Physician Recruiter, and CV's will be routed to the physicians at South Central Indiana Pathology. polson@crh.org

Columbus Radiology Physicians located in Columbus, Indiana is seeking a full-time radiologist.  Schedule for hospital location. On-Call approximately 10 weeks a year.   

This independent practice provides exclusive professional radiology services for Columbus Regional Hospital which includes an outpatient imaging center and a dedicated breast health center.

Columbus Indiana is a unique medium size city located 40 miles south of Indianapolis. Columbus Regional Health is a health system serving a 10-county region in southeastern Indiana.

The health system contains more than 2,100 employees, 225 physicians on medical staff and 250 volunteers.

Opportunity Highlights:

  • Short partner track or employee
  • Competitive compensation
  • Ability to participate in groups Cash Balance Plan 1st of month following start date
  • Paid Vacation - negotiable on weeks
  • Flexible and equitable scheduling
  • Paid malpractice insurance

Requirements:

Board-certified or Board eligible
Ability to obtain Indiana Medical License
Proficiency in interpreting general radiology studies
Ability to perform general radiology procedures (LPs, paracentesis/thoracentesis, image guided biopsies and drainages)


Columbus Regional Health Physicians has an exciting full time employment opportunity for a BC/BE Urologist to join our medical community in 2020.  We are open to recent graduates or practicing physicians and are a H1B eligible facility.  Visa sponsorship available through our retained immigration attorney with all required filing fees and services covered.

Columbus Regional Health Physicians offer a competitive wage and compensation package based on training and clinical experience:

  • Excellent compensation package, benefits, & signing bonus
  • Occurrence-based malpractice (no tail required)
  • Generous vacation and CME allowance
  • New hybrid OR

The Opportunity:

  • The practice is supported by a large regional referral base.
  • Practice enjoys a diverse mix of cases and complexity providing inpatient services while maintaining an outpatient practice.
  • Da Vinci Robotics available.

As a physician with Columbus Regional Physicians you join a network encompassing many specialties. You will also receive administrative support allowing you to focus on patient care and service.

  • The hospital provides 24-hour emergency and inpatient services, rehabilitation services, surgical services, and laboratory and diagnostic services.
  • Hospitalists based at Columbus Regional Hospital and work as partners with our primary care physicians.
  • Physician Liaisons provide support with marketing and new patient referrals.
  • A designated in-house “Physician Support Team” is available 24/7 to assist with any technology needs. 

Columbus Regional Health Physicians is a wholly owned subsidiary of Columbus Regional Health, a system of physicians, healthcare professionals, out-patient centers and more.  Together our innovative thinking is redefining the delivery of healthcare in Southeastern Indiana.

  • Our pursuit of innovation and excellence is embedded in every action and connection we make to give people the very best health and wellness experience.
  • Through our involvement with Healthy Communities we are involved in improving the health and quality of life of all residents of Bartholomew County.

Our Location

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We are centrally located in Southeastern Indiana between major metropolitan cities Indianapolis, Louisville and Cincinnati.