Practitioner Opportunities

Community Medical Center is currently seeking an Orthopaedic Joint Surgeon to take over an existing practice. CMC is in need of a part-time surgeon to provide surgical joint replacement procedures and clinics up to 4 days per month. CMC has developed a successful rural orthopaedic practice offering updated facilities and trained staff to provide an award-winning quality care environment. Flier-Ortho Recruitment-Ortho 2018FlierCMC

CMC offers the following:

  • 2 New Operating Rooms
  • Newly renovated Orthopaedic clinic
  • Anterior Position surgical table
  • Trained clinic, surgery, med/surg nursing staff
  • On-site Physical and Occupational Therapy
  • 2-person CRNA staff
  • 2 primary care clinics
  • MACRA/MIPS reporting support
  • Coding, Billing, Transcription, Documentation

 

Community Medical Center offers a variety of Employment and Contracted Practitioner opportunities. Communities in Richardson County and surrounding areas rely on Physicians and trained specialists for routine and emergency health care close to home. CMC also provides support to local students pursuing careers in the medical field.

 

Current Medical Staff

CMC enjoys relationships with many types of practitioners and specialists to meet the needs of the communities, including: Family Medicine Physician with Obstetrics, Advanced Practice Registered Nurse/ Nurse Practitioner, Physician Assistant, Orthopaedic Surgeon, General Surgeon, Interventional Pain Management Physician, Emergency Medicine, Hospital Based Practitioners, Certified Nurse Anesthetists. To view the full list of specialties offered at CMC, please visit the Clinics page of our site. To inquire about open positions, please contact kforsyth@cmcfc.org.

 

Why practice in Falls City?

Community Medical Center was recognized in 2018 as a Top 20 Critical Access Hospital by National Rural Health Association (NRHA.) Community Medical Center was also recognized in 2018 and 2017 as a Top 100 Critical Access Hospital by iVantage.

Falls City and Community Medical Center offer many lifestyle advantages for rural health care practitioners.

Falls City Nebraska is the largest town in South East Nebraska. It is 10 minutes North of the Kansas border and 10 Minutes West of the Missouri border. Falls City is 2 hours from major metro cities Lincoln, Omaha, Kansas City, and Topeka.

Falls City is a modern rural town with updated streets, roads, and buildings with the small town charm of cobblestone streets and colonial style architecture. Community Medical Center history traces back to 1918, and the current building was constructed in 2009.

Schools

Falls City Public Schools offers 4 locations divided by grade. North School grade K-2, South School grade 3-5, Middle School grade 6-8, and High School 9-12.

Sacred Heart School is a parochial Catholic School offering all grades K-12. Sacred Heart offers a rich tradition of Academics and Sports excellence in Nebraska.

Activities

Falls City offers a unique 18 hole Golf Course, a water park, new built City Library, fiber optic cable throughout town, a fishing lake, camping, disc golf course, fitness centers, and numerous volunteer organizations.

Health Care Resources

Healthcare resources in Falls City include a Critical Access Hospital, a Rural Health Clinic, Primary Care Clinics, Outpatient Specialty Clinic, Dental, Optometry, Nursing Homes, Home Health, Retail Pharmacies, and Behavioral Health facilities.

To inquire about current or upcoming practice opportunities, contact:
Kurt Forsyth, MHA
Physician and Practice Services
PO Box 399
Falls City, NE 68355
(402) 245-6547
kforsyth@cmcfc.org

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