Huntsville Hospital

Huntsville Hospital is an 881-bed hospital that was established in Huntsville, Alabama in 1895. A community-based, not-for-profit institution, Huntsville Hospital is the second largest hospital in Alabama and the sixth largest publicly owned hospital system in the nation.

The hospital also operates Huntsville Hospital for Women & Children, one of only three pediatric hospitals in the state, and the 60-bed Madison Hospital that opened in February 2012. Affiliates of Huntsville Hospital include the 101-bed Athens-Limestone Hospital, 185-bed Helen Keller Hospital in Sheffield, 25-bed Red Bay Hospital, 273-bed Decatur General Hospital, 120-bed Parkway Medical Center, 98-bed Lawrence Medical Center in Moulton, The Heart Center, Inc of Huntsville and a multi-specialty physician network. Huntsville Hospital also owns a 70-bed rehabilitation hospital in Huntsville which is managed by HealthSouth.

Athens-Limestone Hospital

Athens-Limestone Hospital is an affiliate of the Huntsville hospital system. It is a 101-bed facility located in Athens, Alabama.

In order to provide equal employment and advancement opportunities to all individuals, employment decisions at Athens-Limestone Hospital will be based on merit, qualifications, and abilities. Athens-Limestone Hospital offers excellent benefits, if you're interested in any of our opportunities, please contact us!

Athens, Alabama

Athens, Alabama is located in Limestone County in the Tennessee Valley of North Alabama. Limestone County is bordered by the rolling foothills of the Appalachian Mountains to the north and the Tennessee River to the south. The area offers an abundance of water recreation, hiking, golf, little league baseball and a variety of high school sports. Athens is the county seat of Limestone County and is a short 1.5 miles west of Interstate 65. In addition to activities in town, our proximity to the interstate brings many other options for activities. Birmingham, AL and Nashville, TN are each just 90 miles away. Huntsville, AL, the "Space Capital of the South" is a short 25-mile drive. There you will find many shopping and entertainment choices and cultural attractions.

 

Opportunities

Practice Type: Employee | Setting: Community Health / Outpatient
Accept J1 Visa? Yes | Accept H1B Visa? Yes | Requires BE? Yes | Requires BC? Yes
  • Full Time
  • Hours: Monday through Friday; Tuesday until 7PM
  • Employed
  • MD/DO
  • New Graduates Welcome
  • Average patients seen per day: 16
  • Loan Repayment
  • Compensation: Competitive based on experience
  • Benefits: PTO (up to 24 days in each year of employment), 8 paid holidays. 100% paid health, dental, vision for provider, life, FSA, 401K (3% contribution)
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Decatur Morgan Hospital

 Living up to the motto, "Technology. Compassion. Community.", Decatur General has always existed with its surrounding community in mind. Established by the Ladies Benevolent Society as the Benevolent Society Hospital in 1915, the Hospital has grown to become a 273-bed, not-for-profit, acute-care hospital located in Southeast Decatur, Alabama.

The 220-member medical staff at Decatur General represents 28 medical specialties. Accredited by the Joint Commission on Accreditation of Healthcare Organizations, Decatur General meets nationally recognized standards for quality patient care and is a member of Voluntary Hospitals of America, the largest network of not-for-profit hospitals in the United States.

Our Mission: Decatur General is committed to meeting the health and wellness needs of those we serve through compassionate care, innovation and medical excellence. This commitment is supported by service, technology and a dedication to continuous quality improvement.

A Grand City on a Charming Scale

Decatur’s citizens are the lifeblood of this community. From business owners to volunteers and from children to retirees, our people are diverse, active and involved, making Decatur a great place to live and work. This area of the web site is designed to make the information you need for day-to-day living easily available. Outdoor recreation is a year-round staple in Decatur. Folks take advantage of our location on the Tennessee River for boating, water skiing, and fishing from the first warm days of Spring through those late, lazy Fall days when the sun on the water beckons. In Decatur, one of the ways we build a strong community is providing wonderful city parks and recreation facilities. Point Mallard Park features 750 acres for recreational use with year-round activities, including the J. Gilmer Blackburn Aquatic Center, golf course, indoor ice rink, hiking/biking trails by the river, sports fields and campground. The Jack Allen Sports Complex is our new 77-acre park that provides 30 acres of laser-graded and irrigated soccer and football fields. Festivals throughout the year bring our citizens and neighbors from around the region together to celebrate with music, balloons, food and fun. Other ways to have fun in Decatur include the North Alabama Birding Trail, the Carnegie Visual Arts Center, the Princess Theatre Center for the Performing Arts, Riverwalk Marina, Wheeler Wildlife Refuge, two historic districts, and unique shopping and dining experiences.
With a rich heritage and dynamic future, Decatur will continue to pursue the economic prosperity, cultural diversity, and community spirit that make this – a Grand City on a Charming Scale.

 

Opportunities

Practice Type: Employee | Setting: Community Health / Outpatient
Accept J1 Visa? Yes | Accept H1B Visa? Yes | Requires BE? Yes | Requires BC? Yes
  • Full Time
  • Hours: Monday through Friday; Tuesday until 7PM
  • Employed
  • MD/DO
  • New Graduates Welcome
  • Average patients seen per day: 16
  • Loan Repayment
  • Compensation: Competitive based on experience
  • Benefits: PTO (up to 24 days in each year of employment), 8 paid holidays. 100% paid health, dental, vision for provider, life, FSA, 401K (3% contribution)
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Helen Keller Hospital

In our growing market, Helen Keller Hospital is always looking to facilitate an adequate number of specialists to ensure our growing patient population has the coverage required. In order to provide equal employment and advancement opportunities to all individuals, employment decisions at Helen Keller Hospital will be based on merit, qualifications, and abilities. Helen Keller Hospital does not discriminate in employment opportunities or practices on the basis of race, color, religion, gender, national origin, age, disability or any other classification in accordance with federal, state and local statutes, regulations and ordinances.

Center of the Shoals

The four adjacent towns of Florence, Sheffield, Muscle Shoals, and Tuscumbia are nestled in the hills of northwest Alabama, on the banks of the Tennessee River, offering their citizens an enviable sense of safety and comfort. But because these towns are so intertwined, the residents here enjoy a quality of life and a variety of activities usually only found in much larger metropolitan areas.

Native Americans settled this area long ago, and the Indian Mound museum is located on a ceremonial burial mound near the river. The Festival of the Singing River honors our native ancestry each fall. But our celebrations don't end there. The Shoals is the site for the Alabama Renaissance Faire, held each October, as well as Arts Alive, Heritage Days, the Freedom of America Celebration on the fourth of July, an annual Trail of Tears Celebration, The W.C. Handy Music Festival, the Helen Keller Festival and many others

The Shoals is an outdoor lover's dream. Golfers pick from a variety of public and private courses, including the most spectacular courses in the Robert Trent Jones Golf Trail. The river and its system of lakes offers a variety of recreational activities. Nature lovers and bird watchers find much to enjoy in the area's public parks, camping areas and walking trails. In the spring, neighborhoods come alive with flowering dogwoods and azaleas, and the downtown areas buzz with activity as restaurants move tables to the sidewalk and enjoy another change of season.

But there's plenty to do indoors, as well. The Kennedy-Douglass and Tennessee Valley Art Centers offer exhibits, classes and juried shows. Theater groups and dance studios perform; museums offer educational programs. The University of North Alabama is a large contributor to our cultural life, with its choral groups, The Shoals Symphony, and theater performances.

A mix of manufacturing, service industries, retail, medical and financial institutions give the Shoals stability and strength. This is a shopping and medical hub for the tri-state area. The Shoals is the sixth largest market in Alabama and offers numerous opportunities for business investment and enhanced quality of life.

 

Opportunities

Practice Type: Employee | Setting: Community Health / Outpatient
Accept J1 Visa? Yes | Accept H1B Visa? Yes | Requires BE? Yes | Requires BC? Yes
  • Full Time
  • Hours: Monday through Friday; Tuesday until 7PM
  • Employed
  • MD/DO
  • New Graduates Welcome
  • Average patients seen per day: 16
  • Loan Repayment
  • Compensation: Competitive based on experience
  • Benefits: PTO (up to 24 days in each year of employment), 8 paid holidays. 100% paid health, dental, vision for provider, life, FSA, 401K (3% contribution)
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Huntsville Hospital

Thank you for your interest in employment. We offer competitive salaries and a wide range of benefits for full-time and part-time employees. Huntsville Hospital employs nearly 7,000 employees and has a Medical Staff with more than 750 physicians. Huntsville Hospital serves as the major referral hospital and trauma center for patients throughout the Tennessee Valley and is a teaching facility for UAB’s Family Practice and Internal Medicine Residency Programs. The hospital belongs to the community. Huntsville Hospital is not a department of the City of Huntsville. The hospital is governed by the Health Care Authority of the City of Huntsville, a nine member volunteer board.

Rocket City

Huntsville is a city centrally located in the northernmost part of the U.S. state of Alabama. It is located in Madison County and extends west into neighboring Limestone county. Huntsville is the county seat of Madison County, and the fourth-largest city in Alabama. Today, Huntsville, Alabama USA is one of the most recognized cities in the Southeast - consistently named as one of the best places to live and work by a variety of national publications. Our city is regularly named as a premier location for both business and quality of life.

 

Opportunities

Practice Type: Employee | Setting: Community Health / Outpatient
Accept J1 Visa? Yes | Accept H1B Visa? Yes | Requires BE? Yes | Requires BC? Yes
  • Full Time
  • Hours: Monday through Friday; Tuesday until 7PM
  • Employed
  • MD/DO
  • New Graduates Welcome
  • Average patients seen per day: 16
  • Loan Repayment
  • Compensation: Competitive based on experience
  • Benefits: PTO (up to 24 days in each year of employment), 8 paid holidays. 100% paid health, dental, vision for provider, life, FSA, 401K (3% contribution)
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Madison Hospital

We offer competitive salaries and a wide range of benefits for full-time and part-time employees. We are an equal opportunity employer. The following applies to Madison Hospital, Huntsville Hospital, Huntsville Hospital for Women & Children and The Heart Center.

Madison, Alabama

Founded in 1869, Madison is located 10 miles west of Huntsville. We’re known for our high quality schools, quaint downtown, proximity to Huntsville International Airport, festivals, walking trails, and family fun! With regularly scheduled festivals and events, downtown Madison is a place to connect with others, whether for lunch or dinner, shopping, or getting to see history firsthand. Stop in any business in town and you will know Madison is a welcoming place, offering professional opportunities.

Home to excellent schools, library, and parks, we’re a great place to raise children – and a town people are proud to say they live in and children love to grow up in.

 

Opportunities

Practice Type: Employee | Setting: Community Health / Outpatient
Accept J1 Visa? Yes | Accept H1B Visa? Yes | Requires BE? Yes | Requires BC? Yes
  • Full Time
  • Hours: Monday through Friday; Tuesday until 7PM
  • Employed
  • MD/DO
  • New Graduates Welcome
  • Average patients seen per day: 16
  • Loan Repayment
  • Compensation: Competitive based on experience
  • Benefits: PTO (up to 24 days in each year of employment), 8 paid holidays. 100% paid health, dental, vision for provider, life, FSA, 401K (3% contribution)
Request More Information

Red Bay Hospital

In our growing market, Helen Keller Hospital is always looking to facilitate an adequate number of specialists to ensure our growing patient population has the coverage required. In order to provide equal employment and advancement opportunities to all individuals, employment decisions at Helen Keller Hospital will be based on merit, qualifications, and abilities. Helen Keller Hospital does not discriminate in employment opportunities or practices on the basis of race, color, religion, gender, national origin, age, disability or any other classification in accordance with federal, state and local statutes, regulations and ordinances.

The Shoals, Alabama

The four adjacent towns of Florence, Sheffield, Muscle Shoals, and Tuscumbia are nestled in the hills of northwest Alabama, on the banks of the Tennessee River, offering their citizens an enviable sense of safety and comfort. But because these towns are so intertwined, the residents here enjoy a quality of life and a variety of activities usually only found in much larger metropolitan areas.

The Shoals is an outdoor lover's dream. Golfers pick from a variety of public and private courses, including the most spectacular courses in the Robert Trent Jones Golf Trail. The river and its system of lakes offers a variety of recreational activities. Nature lovers and bird watchers find much to enjoy in the area's public parks, camping areas and walking trails. In the spring, neighborhoods come alive with flowering dogwoods and azaleas, and the downtown areas buzz with activity as restaurants move tables to the sidewalk and enjoy another change of season.

 

Opportunities

Practice Type: Employee | Setting: Community Health / Outpatient
Accept J1 Visa? Yes | Accept H1B Visa? Yes | Requires BE? Yes | Requires BC? Yes
  • Full Time
  • Hours: Monday through Friday; Tuesday until 7PM
  • Employed
  • MD/DO
  • New Graduates Welcome
  • Average patients seen per day: 16
  • Loan Repayment
  • Compensation: Competitive based on experience
  • Benefits: PTO (up to 24 days in each year of employment), 8 paid holidays. 100% paid health, dental, vision for provider, life, FSA, 401K (3% contribution)
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Huntsville Hospital

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Location

101 Sivley Rd
Huntsville, AL  35801

Contact

Kimberly Salvail, Physician Recruiter

Call Us

(256) 265 - 7073

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