Adventist Health Mendocino Coast Hospital is seeking a board certified and experienced Orthopedic Surgeon to join our team in a hospital-based practice covering Mendocino County. While we are looking for general orthopedic candidates, physicians with sub-specialty training in total-joint or sports are encouraged. The call panel is shared and a clinic schedule of Monday through Friday.
As a faith-based health system, we know how important it is to put your mission first. When you are called to a fulfilling career in healthcare, you want to spend your time being inspired along with your patients.
Practice wide range of orthopedic surgery
1-2 days a week in the OR
Well-equipped operating rooms
High quality, well-trained OR staff
Potential to supervise an Ortho PA
Ability to speak Spanish is also helpful but not required
Health & Retirement Benefits/CME & Relocation Reimbursement
Annual Metric Bonus earned
Candidates must be California licensed or eligible and meet the hospital's medical staff credentialing standards.
PNMG is committed to the safety and wellbeing of our associates and patients. Therefore, we require that all associates receive all required vaccinations, including, but not limited to, measles, mumps, flu (based on the seasonal availability of the flu vaccine typically during October-March each year), COVID-19 vaccine (required in CA, HI and OR) etc., as a condition of employment, and annually thereafter. Medical and religious exemptions may apply.
Adventist Health Mendocino Coast is a faith- based, not- for- profit health and wellbeing organization located in Fort Bragg, California. Adventist Health Mendocino Coast operates a 25- bed critical access hospital with 147 medical staff members and a total of 314 associates. Each year, Adventist Health Mendocino Coast's Emergency Department alone treats over 10,000 patients. The Adventist Health Mendocino Coast Medical offices located on the same property offers both specialty and primary care services for the coastal community. Adventist Health Mendocino Coast has a rich history in serving community members on the coast. Following a grass- roots effort to pass a hospital district initiative, Mendocino Coast District Hospital, was dedicated on June 26, 1971. Mendocino Coast District Hospital took its place as an important resource for the Fort Bragg community offering residents the peace of mind that comes from knowing emergency help is readily available and medical care provided locally, keeping families together as much as possible. In July 2020, Mendocino Coast District Hospital officially joined the Adventist Health family.
Nestled on the northern coast of California. Fort Bragg is a small town of approximately 7,500 and is a tourist destination due to the picturesque view of the Pacific Ocean. Mendocino is about 10 miles south of Fort Bragg. Both towns offer unique shopping, dining, and site seeing opportunities. The Skunk Train takes riders on a 7-mile trip back in history through the majestic redwoods, from Fort Bragg to Willits. Fort Bragg has a strong community, which is clearly present in its numerous town celebrations, festivals and events, including the World???s Largest Salmon BBQ, which takes place every year around the Fourth of July holiday. All sorts of recreational opportunities can be found from boating, fishing, a swimming beaches, hiking trails and much more.
Ft. Bragg is a California Historic Landmark along the Pacific Coast
Ft. Bragg is a community with the best ???North Coast Hospitality???; where you can hike and bike, wine and dine, kayak and beachcomb
Best little fishing village on the coast
Community offers events throughout the year, such as craft fairs, restaurant week, economy symposium and learning festival, & car shows
Location has very mild weather throughout the year compared to most inland places
Home to the world-famous Skunk Train, the extraordinary Glass Beach, and the spectacular Mendocino Coast Botanical Gardens. Nyo Harbor is a working port with a marina, where you can board a crab-catching or whale-watching cruise or take a leisurely kayak ride upstream on the Noyo River.