Mercy Clinic is seeking a full time or part time OB/GYN Physician with interests in infertility and reproductive medicine. Ideal candidate will be fellowship trained in Medical and Surgical NaProTECHNOLOGY or have obtained certification as a Creighton Model FertilityCare Medical Consultant (CFCMC). Our busy and reputable practice is located on campus of Mercy Hospital St Louis in West St. Louis County, Missouri.
Medical management of reproductive concerns and fertility treatments
Reproductive Surgical management if interested
No obstetric care and no OB call
Integrated health system with a competitive income guarantee
Comprehensive benefits including health, dental, vacation, and CME
Relocation assistance and professional liability coverage
Physician Wellness Program
Mercy Hospital St. Louis Offers:
979-bed, fully-accredited teaching hospital with over 9,000 babies delivered annually
OB/GYN Residency training program supported by a full staff of subspcialists
31 private labor and birthing suites
State-of-the art 98 bed NICU
A Children's Hospital with over 165 beds, including pediatrics, PICU, level III NICU and behavioral health units
Epic Electronic Medical Records System wide
Mercy's OB/GYN groups are a part of Mercy Clinic, a physician-led and professionally-managed multi-specialty group. With over 2,500 primary care and specialty physicians, Mercy Clinic is ranked one of the largest integrated physician organizations in the country.
Mercy, a four-time IBM Watson Health top five large U.S. health system in 2019, 2018, 2017 and 2016, is a faith-based organization and serves millions annually. With 40 hospitals in Missouri, Arkansas, Kansas, and Oklahoma, as well as underserved clinics in Louisiana, Mississippi and Texas, Mercy is one of the largest Catholic health systems in the country.
Become a part of our legacy and help us build a healthier future.
For more information, please contact:
Lisa Hauck, MBA | Senior Physician Recruiter
office: 314-364-2949 | fax: 314-364-2597
Lisa.Hauck@mercy.net | Mercy.net/careers