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Lexington Clinic began its commitment of providing quality healthcare services to Central Kentucky in 1920. The key to our success is our physicians and staff and their dedication to quality, compassionate patient care.
Today, we maintain the same high standards as we have throughout the years. We seek physicians with exemplary credentials who will continue the tradition established nearly a century ago. From our seed of nine physicians, Lexington Clinic has grown to a regional multi-specialty medical group practice of approximately 150 physicians, 50 physician extenders, and 1000 full-time employees. Lexington Clinic offers approximately 30 medical specialties in more than 30 locations. We offer a broad range of primary and specialty care as well as ancillary services, including laboratory services, physical and respiratory therapy, pharmacy, state-of-the-art specialty care centers for cancer, breast, and sleep medicine, and a AAAHC accredited ambulatory surgery center.
Physicians joining Lexington Clinic enjoy a working environment in which their primary concern is patient care. Management personnel are responsible for business matters such as billing, personnel, contracting and marketing, freeing the physicians to focus on medicine.
We offer a competitive salary guarantee plus quarterly bonuses. Excellent benefits including health and dental, employee independent and dependent life coverage, 401K, short and long term disability, long term care, vacation, flexible spending account, CME time and stipend, relocation allotment and partnership track.
Interested candidates please contact:
Manager, Physician Recruitment
ABOUT LEXINGTON CLINIC
LEXINGTON - FAYETTE COUNTY
(Information courtesy of Commerce Lexington)
Lexington - Fayette County is one of three major urban centers in the Commonwealth of Kentucky. Visitors and newcomers arriving into Lexington's Blue Grass Airport immediately get a taste of Lexington's signature features: its gently rolling countryside and white, wooden fences which are home to some of the world's greatest Thoroughbred horses.
While the city is billed as "The Horse Capital of the World" and boasts the likes of Keeneland Race Course, The Red Mile, and numerous horse farms, it is also known for a diverse population and economy, a quality education system, great healthcare, a wide range of education options at all levels, and of course - big-time college basketball.
The true charm of Lexington lies in the fact that it has all the amenities of a big city, while maintaining that secure small-town feel. In mere minutes, motorists can drive past horse farms, through downtown, and back to rolling countryside. While many cities insist on saying it, Lexington truly offers something for everyone.
Lexingtonians are extremely proud of their city, businesses, sports teams, schools, and colleges - all the while embracing an exceptional quality of life. Studies have shown that people living in and around Lexington enjoy access to a wide range of religious opportunities, safe neighborhoods, great schools, local and international cuisine, a vibrant downtown, and a plethora of museums, art galleries, live performance venues, historic distilleries, parks and other recreational activities.
Lexington provides families with numerous public and private educational options at the primary, high school, and university level. Fayette County Public Schools are consistently listed among the nation’s best for cities of Lexington’s size. For each year over the last decade, the district has averaged around 30 National Merit Semifinalists.
For parents seeking alternatives for their children’s education, Lexington offers many quality private and parochial schools, many of which have found success in sports with state championships and academics with high test scores. Most recently among private schools, Lexington Catholic High School produced eight National Merit Semifinalists, while Lexington Christian Academy and Sayre School each had four.
Over the years, the health care sector has been one of the driving forces of growth in Lexington. The Millennium Edition of Places Rated Almanac ranked Lexington’s health care supply the eighth best in North America, and the industry’s constant expansion is evident in hospital and clinic construction and renovation projects throughout the city.
Because of its central location in the Commonwealth, Lexington has become the hub for health care services in Central and Eastern Kentucky. An estimated 52 percent of patients admitted to hospitals in Fayette County are from outside the six-county metropolitan area. The quality of health care is second to none, and people throughout the state recognize it to be the best.