Advocate Aurora Health has an exciting opportunity for an OBGYN to join a high volume, well established practice in an optimal Wisconsin location!
- Excellent support and mentorship within the group
- Comradery and collaboration among the group and the hospital
- Clinic time in Germantown, WI (North of Milwaukee), featuring a large multi-specialty clinic and an ambulatory surgery center
- Join a group of 2 physicians & 1 APC at the Germantown clinic location, but a call group of about 1:12
- 4-day work week with a dedicated day off
- Deliveries & surgeries at Aurora Medical Center in Grafton, WI, about 30 minutes from Germantown
- Level 2 NICU, 1,000 deliveries annually
- Strong robotics program
- Strong primary case base in the region
- Strong support team
- Access to all sub-specialists, including GYN/ONC, Maternal Fetal Medicine, and Urogynecology
- No teaching requirement
- Diverse patient population
- Highly engaged medical group
- This role features:
- Sign-on bonus & relocation package
- CME allowance
- Malpractice & tail coverage
- Full Benefits including a 401K match
About Germantown, Wisconsin
Germantown is a village in Washington County, Wisconsin, United States. The village surrounds the Town of Germantown. Germantown has been ranked the 30th most appealing place to live in the United States.
The Germantown area features a distinct array of attractions and events that draw visitors from all over Wisconsin and beyond. One of the community’s most popular attractions is the Germantown Historical Society’s Dheinsville Historic Park. This nine-acre park is the site of an original 1850s settlement. It features three circa 1850s restored structures that now serve as museums: the Sila Lydia Bast Bell Museum & Fire Hall is lined with more than 5,000 bells, the Christ Church Museum is listed on the National Register of Historic Places, and the Valentine Wolf Haus Museum & Jeffris Genealogy Research Center is a shoemaker half-timber haus with a great resource library.
Germantown area residents and visitors have ready access to a multitude of well-maintained municipal, county and state-operated park sites, which come together to offer an exhaustive list of outdoor activities. From tennis and basketball courts, trail systems and playground equipment to athletic fields, ball parks and opportunities for water sports, the area’s park sites are favorite year-round destinations.
Both the village of Germantown and Washington County offer a year-round list of recreational programming for all ages, as does the nearby Tri-County YMCA in Menomonee Falls. The newly renovated Y features a pool, a new wellness center, renovated classroom space and locker rooms, new spin and group exercise studios and updates to various other on-site facilities.
Golfers also have plenty of options when it comes to finding a challenging game on the greens. Germantown is home to two well-manicured courses—Blackstone Creek Golf Club and Riversbend Golf Course. Kettle Hills Golf Course in Richfield and Silver Spring Country Club in Menomonee Falls are also excellent choices in the immediate area. In all, there are 45 golf courses located within a 15-mile radius of the heart of Germantown.
About Advocate Aurora Health
Advocate Aurora Health’s combined strength and stability drives us forward. Our integrated delivery model allows our clinicians to offer state-of-the-art, top tier quality care throughout eastern Wisconsin and northern and central Illinois.
Our supportive staff and leadership are committed to an autonomous practice environment and continuously strive to be on the forefront of managing the changing healthcare landscape, advances in technology and innovative approaches to providing impeccable outcomes for our patients.
Whether you’re looking to practice in the heart of a dynamic city such as Chicago or Milwaukee, a multi-specialty clinic in the suburbs, or a charming small town, Advocate Aurora Health has an opportunity for you.
Working at Advocate Aurora Health
Advocate Aurora Health is committed to diversity and inclusion every single day and in everything we do. Diversity lives in the differences, great and small, that matter to us and make each of us unique – from our age and the color of our skin, to our abilities and the things we believe in. We know that empowering our differences inspires creativity that leads to innovative solutions – for our team members, consumers and communities. And because health care is built upon relationships, it’s important for the people we serve to be able to trust us to meet their unique needs.
By cultivating an atmosphere of acceptance and compassion, we create a welcoming environment where our patients can heal, our team members can thrive and our business can grow. As a team member, working in a diverse setting allows you the chance to grow in ways that will broaden your perspective to deliver the best possible patient care.