HOSPITALIST CAREERS IN ARIZONA
The Grand Canyon State
Arizona contains some of the most spectacular scenery in the whole of the USA. The Grand Canyon, the Painted Desert National Park and Petrified Forest National Park (comprising the Painted Desert in the north and Rainbow Forest in the south) are just some of the highlights. Phoenix, the largest city in the State, shares borders with Scottsdale, the primary resort destination in Arizona.
Both cities have a variety of accommodations and attractions, unique shopping, fine art galleries and many cultural events. The sixth-largest city in the USA and the capital of Arizona, Phoenix has enjoyed a growth in popularity recently, thanks to its improved airport facilities and a large investment in extensive urban redevelopment. Today, it claims to have more 5-star hotels than any other US city.
Arizona has mild winters and hot summers, with thunderstorms during the summer months between July and September. Great extremes in temperatures occur between day and night throughout the state, particularly in the desert areas where daytime temperatures over 125°F (52°C) have been recorded. During winter temperatures average 70°F (21°C), dropping to below freezing in the desert valleys, and summer temperatures can vary from 80°F (27°C) to 35-40°F (2-4°C) at night. Snow falls on the mountains, but not in the desert areas, and the mild temperatures in the southern desert attract many tourists in winter. - iexplore.com
"Apogee offers impressive leadership and training opportunities. Also, the pay and benefits are great."
Apogee Physicians is looking for experienced Internal Medicine (IM) physicians to join our Hospitalist programs in Arizona. Being an Apogee Hospitalist means a competitive salary and benefits as well as the opportunity to live and work in the beautiful state of Arizona. Additional physician resources include: Nurse Practitioners (NP), Physician Assistants (PA) and Patient Information Coordinators (PIC) who work exclusively for the group on-site.