HOSPITALIST CAREERS IN LOUISIANA
The Bayou State
Louisiana’s marshy Mississippi Valley is one of the most attractive areas of the USA. New Orleans, its largest city, is one of the country’s major tourist destinations. It is famed for Dixieland jazz, architecture, superb cuisine and its unique French Quarter. The city also boasts a wide choice of museums and galleries. Other places to see in the State include Lafayette, a city of magnificent gardens and the start of the 25 mile (40km) Azalea Trail; the Atchafalaya Basin, the largest and most remote swamp in the USA; the huge salt domes of Avery; and Alexandria, surrounded by forests and parks. The 452ft- (138m-) high marble and limestone Capitol Building is situated in Baton Rouge.
Louisiana's climate usually remains constant, with semi-tropical conditions throughout the year. Those parts of the state that are in close proximity to the Gulf of Mexico tend to be very humid with lots of rainfall, and little difference between summer and winter conditions. New Orleans, for example, is hot and humid for the majority of the year, with well over 180 days of sunshine annually. Some snowfall can occur in the state in winter, but very rarely. - iexplore.com
"I joined Apogee because the company's mission matches my professional mission of providing the best patient care possible."
Apogee Physicians is looking for experienced Internal Medicine (IM) physicians to join our Hospitalist programs in Louisiana. Being an Apogee Hospitalist means a competitive salary and benefits as well as the opportunity to live and work in the exciting state of Louisiana.