Job Information

Sanford Health Physician - Pediatric Urology in Fargo, North Dakota

Location ND, Fargo

Specialty Pediatric Urology

Visas Accepted N/A

Practice Details

FARGO, NORTH DAKOTA (USA). Sanford Health is seeking a Board Certified or Board Eligible Pediatric Urologist to join their team of 4 physicians and 5 APPs in Fargo, North Dakota. The additional surgeon is needed due to our continued practice growth both locally and regionally.

  • Opportunity to build your desired pediatric practice.

  • Block Time in OR and Same Day Surgery

  • Call currently is 1:6 with rotating weekends and holidays

  • Large primary care referral base

  • Academic appointment through the University of North Dakota School of Medicine is available

  • Research opportunities and support services are available

  • Region’s only Level I ACS verified Adult Trauma Center + Joint Commission accredited Comprehensive Stroke Center

Compensation Package

Nationally competitive 2 year salary guarantee with a comprehensive physician benefit package including 401K, Health, Dental, Vision, Life, Disability (short-term and long-term), Paid Time Away, Paid CME days and dollars, Paid Malpractice and Tail coverage, Relocation Allowance, and much more.

About this Community

The Fargo-Moorhead and West Fargo metro area is a diverse, family-oriented community of 250,000 people that offers high quality of life and low cost of living. Outstanding schools, a vibrant business community, a thriving downtown district, cultural activities, and a wide variety of sports and recreation are just a few of the many reasons people love to call the Fargo area home.

Job Function Physicians

Req Number R-0107137

Equal Employment Opportunity

Sanford and its affiliate brands have consistently operated under the principle of equal treatment for all persons without regard to race, color, creed, religion, national origin, gender, gender identity, age, sexual orientation, genetic information, marital status, disability, military or veteran status, in regard to public assistance or any other basis prohibited by applicable federal, state or local law.