Raleigh, North Carolina
The hospital is a private not-for-profit facility that offers acute care and specialty services. For more than 120 years, the hospital has served the Wake County community and surrounding areas. It is Wake County's largest employer with more than 5,400 staff members. The hospital's Women's Center delivers more babies than any other hospital in the area and has 40 private rooms as well as a level IV neonatal intensive care unit (NICU). The hospital's Special Care Nursery ranks in the top 10 percent of Special Care Nurseries for patient satisfaction. The facility also provides maternal-fetal medicine for high-risk pregnancies.
Raleigh is located in Wake County, North Carolina and is part of the Research Triangle Region. Home to nearly 440,000 residents, the city is located in east-central North Carolina, just a few hours from both North Carolina's beaches and mountains, and halfway between Florida and New York City.
Known as the "City of Oaks," Raleigh is the state capital and the second most populous city in the state. Government, education, healthcare, technology, finance and service industry powers the local economy.
Raleigh residents enjoy four unique seasons: spring, summer, fall and winter. The average annual temperature is a high of 71 and a low of 50.
The city is easily accessible by car, bus, rail or airlines, with Raleigh-Durham International Airport nearby.
Arts and Entertainment
Raleigh has more than 9,000 acres of parks and 1,300 acres of water for year-round outdoor activities. The city also has an acclaimed 152-mile greenway for walking, jogging and hiking.
Sports enthusiasts can cheer on the Carolina Hurricanes hockey team, Carolina Mudcats baseball team or Carolina RailHawks men's pro soccer team, as well as numerous nearby college sports teams, such as the N.C. State Wolfpack, UNC Tar Heels and Duke Blue Devils.
There are plenty of arts and cultural opportunities in Raleigh, including the North Carolina Museum of Art, North Carolina Museum of History, North Carolina Museum of Natural Sciences, Marbles Kids Museum, North Carolina Opera, North Carolina Symphony and the Carolina Ballet.
Shoppers can enjoy a variety of area malls, shopping districts and the Raleigh Flea Market.
Raleigh has several nightlife districts and major concert venues, and more than 15 percent of the state's craft breweries make their home in the city. Raleigh's vibrant food scene includes a variety of cuisine, from upscale to southern cooking to brewpubs.
The Wake County Public School System has 106 elementary schools, 33 middle schools, 25 high schools, four alternative schools and three academies. Raleigh also has a number of private primary and secondary schools.
Raleigh is home to numerous colleges and universities, including North Carolina State University, Norman Adrian Wiggins School of Law, Meredith College, The Chef's Academy, Shepherds Theological Seminary, Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary, Saint Augustine's University, Shaw University, William Peace University and Wake Technical Community College. Both the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill and Duke University are within a 35-minute drive.
Ob Hospitalist Group has a partnership with this facility to provide Board Certified OB/GYN hospitalists. Our hospitalists are the cornerstone of OBHG's success and, as such, are among our most valuable resources. We consistently place highly skilled practitioners by offering a full range of benefits, including outstanding compensation, flexibility to create your own work schedule (typically 8 -10 shifts per block) and paid med-mal coverage.
Please contact your personal Senior Clinical Recruiter, Angela Rexroat or call her directly at 864.908.3730 for more information about this opportunity.
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