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OBHG is now hiring exceptional OB/GYNs for highly desirable new positions in the sunshine state! Escape to a land that offers amazing Caribbean style beaches, mild weather, a laid back lifestyle and no state income tax.
Our Florida hospitalists enjoy challenging and rewarding work along with very competitive compensation, full medical benefits, CME allowance, 401k match and more, plus freedom from call duty and an average of 20 days off per month.
We are currently seeking candidates for one of our newest locations - Port St. Lucie on the state's gorgeous Treasure Coast.
Located on the Atlantic coast and less than an hour north of Palm Beach, the city is part of the Miami - Fort Lauderdale - Port St. Lucie Combined Statistic Area. It's described as a growing urban area that has not lost a sense of "the real Florida." Boasting an invitingly warm and subtropical climate, the city's typical temperatures range from low 90s in the summer to 70s in the winter.
Port St. Lucie offers numerous opportunities to enjoy the outdoors and unique flora and fauna - including hiking environmental preserves, paddling lush rivers, or taking advantage of the nearby beaches. The Port St. Lucie Botanical Gardens features areas devoted to orchids, bamboo, native plants, butterflies and hummingbirds, while the Riverwalk Boardwalk winds through nearby mangroves. The North Fork St. Lucie Aquatic Preserve is home to manatees, river otters, egrets and alligators.
The city also hosts New York Mets spring training, the St. Lucie Mets Florida State League team and the Gulf Coast League Mets rookie level team in the Gulf Coast League. Port St. Lucie is home to a PGA Village golf complex that offers 54 holes of golf as well as a learning center and a historical center.
Live a life you don't need a vacation from in one of the most exciting and dynamic cities in the world. Miami is a major center of culture, international trade, finance, entertainment, education and fashion. The city is the second largest tourism hub in the United States after New York City.
With its famously beautiful white sand beaches, incredible wildlife and the nearby Everglades National Park, Miami is full of recreation opportunities for the entire family. But it also boasts a vibrant arts and culture scene which includes multiple performing arts centers, galleries and theaters, the Florida Opera, Miami City Ballet, Miami Wind Symphony, Miami Art Museum, Miami Science Museum and Miami Children’s Museum.
Thanks to the diverse population, residents enjoy cuisine from a wide range of cultures, including Caribbean, Latin American, Cuban and the hybrid “Floribbean” style of cooking.
The city hosts countless festivals and events each year and has a lively nightlight scene. Some of the most popular events include Art Basel Miami, Calle Ocho Festival, Carnaval Miami and Miami Fashion Week.
Sports fans will love that Miami is home to four major professional sports teams: the Miami Dolphins (NFL), Miami Heat (NBA), Miami Marlins (MLB) and Florida Panthers (NHL) as well as Major League Soccer, golf courses, collegiate sports, professional auto races and more.
Plantation, near Ft. Lauderdale, is located in Broward County and is part of the Miami metropolitan area.
Plantation’s residents and visitors enjoy a number of shopping centers, an eclectic mix of restaurants and a weekly farmers market.
With no shortage of outdoor activities, the area is home to golf courses, an aquatic complex, an equestrian center, athletic programs for adults and children, and more than a dozen parks and trails for running, cycling, tennis, picnicking, baseball, and more.
Broward County offers more than 23 miles of beaches, making it ideal for swimming, snorkeling, scuba diving and other water sports.
Other popular area attractions include the Plantation Historical Museum, the Everglades parks, Naval Air Station Fort Lauderdale Museum, Coral Springs Museum of Art, the African-American Research Library & Cultural Center, Museum of Discovery and Science, Florida Grand Opera, and the Festival Flea Market Mall, the country’s largest indoor flea market.
In an era of widespread physician burnout, OBHG understands the importance of work/life balance for our valued clinicians. Our full-time roles come with responsibility, influence, excitement, and autonomy, but also allow enough time off for a fulfilling personal and family life.
Read some of our physicians' personal stories.