Our Lady of the Lake Physician Group is expanding services and seeking to employ an additional B/C or B/E Medical Geneticist to serve pediatric and adult genetics patients in Louisiana. Due to our network of hospitals, internal growth and state-wide need, this Medical Genetics opportunity offers the potential for Metabolic and/or Molecular specialization.
Our team of genetic counselors, medical geneticist and FNP serves patients and their families from all regions of Louisiana. In Baton Rouge alone, the Children's Hospital, Woman’s Hospital, Mary Bird Perkins Cancer Center and Our Lady of the Lake Regional Medical Center have experienced substantial growth.
Please see below for more details about our network of hospitals in Baton Rouge:
With 70+ pediatric specialists and 350,000 sq. feet filled with state-of-the-art equipment, the Children's Hospital is serving Louisiana with exceptional care.
The Woman’s Hospital was one of the first women’s specialty hospitals in the nation. It is one of the largest in the United States. Opened in November 1968, Woman’s is a private, nonprofit organization that is consistently recognized for its care of women and infants.
Woman’s performs over 8,000 deliveries, 7,600 surgeries and 45,000 breast procedures and reads more than 55,000 Pap screens annually. It is the largest delivery service in Louisiana.
Mary Bird Perkins Cancer Center
Mary Bird Perkins recently experienced a $23 million Cancer Center renovation and expansion project. The Cancer Center offers a dedicated 14,000-square-feet infusion suite, the largest in the Gulf Coast region, which includes three private infusion rooms, 52 semi-private infusion bays with 100% oncology certified nurses on staff, an oral dispensary and full pharmacy.
Our Lady of the Lake Regional Medical Center
Our Lady of the Lake Physician Group is one of the Gulf Coast region's largest physician networks with 500+ providers in over 70 locations.
Our Lady of the Lake Regional Medical Center, one of the leading healthcare providers within the Greater Baton Rouge area and the largest private medical center in Louisiana, offers comprehensive care for our patients. With 800+ licensed beds, we treat approximately 25,000 patients annually.
Home to Louisiana State University, Baton Rouge offers a vibrant culture. The area is nationally recognized for its public parks and libraries, flourishing art-society and cultural scene, 900+ restaurants, and celebratory festivals. Housing options range from historic mansions, gated communities and ranch-style homes with large yards to modern apartments and downtown condos.
Family-friendly, Garden-growing, Music-loving Baton Rouge! Come join us!
Our Lady of the Lake Physician Group is expanding services and seeking to employ an additional B/C or B/E Medical Geneticist to serve pediatric and adult genetics patients in Louisiana.
Competitive salary, generous benefits, sign-on bonus and relocation support
Practice schedule: 8 am - 5 pm; M-F
Shared call; almost exclusively by phone
$4,000 annual CME allowance
No restrictive covenants
Malpractice and Tail insurance covered
Tort reform state
Affiliation with Louisiana State University
With the resources, strategic growth and clinical expertise of Our Lady of the Lake Physician Group, you, along with your colleagues, will have the financial, clinical and professional support to continue the growth of Genetics care and service in the Gulf Coast Region.
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About Our Lady of the Lake Physician Group
With a growing network of more than 100 healthcare locations throughout Louisiana and beyond, Our Lady of the Lake Physician Group provides advanced care to the people we serve. We are part of one of the largest private medical organizations in Louisiana, meaning our patients have access to a large network of care with modern, leading-edge resources.
With nearly 600 providers, we cover a robust spectrum of care. In addition to your annual checkup, our experienced group of doctors specializes in the diagnosis and treatment of a broad range of illnesses and complex medical problems.