Full-Time, Part-Time, PRN Emergency Medicine Physicians in Pike County Memorial Hospital
* BC/BE in Emergency Medicine, Internal Medicine, Family Medicine
* ACLS and PALS certifications
* 400 hours of ED experience in the last 2 years
* Current, unrestricted Missouri medical license and DEA
* Competitive hourly rates
* Independent Contractor status
* "A" rated professional liability insurance with Tail coverage
Contact Eric Larson for details: (register or log in to show contact information) or 850-437-7703
Pike County Memorial Hospital has proudly served the residents of Pike County, Missouri with a tradition of quality healthcare since 1928. Throughout the years the hospital has made changes to best meet the needs of the community.
Pike County Memorial Hospital is a licensed acute care facility. The hospital provides extensive inpatient and outpatient services that include the latest technologies in radiology, laboratory testing, surgery, physical therapy and much more. The hospitals clinics include services in allergy, cardiology, orthopedics, podiatry, pulmonology, gynecology, and pain management.
The town was founded in 1817 by John Walter Basye and named after his daughter, Louisiana Basye. Other notable early residents were Samuel Caldwell and Joel Shaw, both of whom purchased land from Bayse in 1818. All three properties became the original town plat and comprised mainly riverfront properties. Many of the town’s residents trace their ancestry to these town pioneers. Louisiana proved to be a profitable shipping point on the Mississippi River, and that wealth led to numerous substantial antebellum homes. Many of those still remain and, along with the Georgia Street Historic District in downtown Louisiana, are listed on the National Register of Historic Places. The Missouri Department of Natural Resources has noted that the town has "the most intact Victorian Streetscape in the state of Missouri."