Gastroenterology Opportunity - Austin, TX - 3200G (20876098)
Gastroenterology Opportunity – Austin, Texas
- Join this thriving Gastroenterology practice with no call except triage call.
- Office based work with most procedure done at the surgery center.
- Join two well experienced GI doctors with one of the largest multi-specialty groups in Austin.
- Comprehensive Benefits
- Very Competitive Salary
Austin scored big points on Relocate America's 2010 TOP 10 Breakouts. Austin placed in the top ten in our TOP 10 Overall, TOP 10 Earth Friendly and TOP 10 Large Cities. Austin is just simply not like the rest of Texas.
Austin became a tech center, home to many large employers, in the 1990s.
Today it maintains these identities and also fosters an increased prominence in the film industry. It's hip and trendy, yet in a vintage sort of way. It's high-tech and laid-back. It's eclectic by nature and creative by design. Most of all, it's a place where people like to have a good time. The city is the cultural and economic center of the Austin-Round Rock metropolitan area with a population of over 1.5 million. Austin was selected as the #2 Best Big City in "Best Places to Live" by Money magazine, and the "Greenest City in America" by MSN.
Residents of Austin are known as "Austinites" and include a mix of university professors, students, politicians, lobbyists, musicians, state employees, high-tech workers, blue-collar workers, and white-collar workers. The city is home to enough large sites of major technology corporations to have earned it the nickname "Silicon Hills." Austin's official slogan promotes the city as "The Live Music Capital of the World", a reference to its status as home to many musicians and music venues.
Thousands of graduates each year from the engineering and computer science programs at The University of Texas at Austin provide a steady source of young, talented, and driven employees that help to fuel Austin's technology and defense industry
sectors. Austin's biggest employers include the State of Texas, The University of Texas, the SETON Healthcare Network, Dell, IBM, Freescale Semiconductor, Apple, AMD, Applied Materials, Cirrus Logic and Hoover's, Inc. The proliferation of technology companies has led to the region's nickname, "the Silicon Hills," and has spurred rapid development that has greatly expanded the city to the north, south, east, and west. Not only is Austin home to many high-tech companies, it is also headquarters for Whole Foods.
BE/BC in Gastroenterology