HOSPITALIST CAREERS IN OHIO
The Buckeye State
Ohio, birthplace of eight US Presidents, is located in the heart of the Midwest. The sandy shores of Lake Erie mark the State’s northern border and the long and winding Ohio River marks its southern border.
The State’s expanse of fertile farmland is dotted with industrial centers, but also embraces the rolling hills overlooking the Scioto River Valley in the north. The landscape becomes wilder and steeper as it reaches the foothills of the Appalachian mountain chain, and the thick forest lands full of waterfalls and sandstone cliffs in the south.
The Cuyahoga Valley National Recreation area in the northeast near Cleveland has rugged terrain with river valleys and steep, forested hills. The State also has 25,543 miles (40,869km) of waterways, including the Mohican and Tuscarawas rivers. Columbus is Ohio’s capital and is the largest city in both area and population – it is the 15th-largest city in the USA.
Ohio's climate ranges from one extreme to the other with summer temperatures reaching up to 90°F (32°C) with some slight humidity. Thunderstorms and light rain can be expected in the late spring and early summer. September is warm and sunny and some of the world's most beautiful foliage can be found in Ohio at this time of year. October is cool with evening temperatures dropping to around 40°F (4-6°C). Winters are cold with plenty of snow in Northern Ohio round Lake Erie while the southern part of the state experiences slightly warmer temperatures. - iexplore.com
"I joined Apogee because I felt the company was driven by a passion and a vision. I also appreciate that Apogee attracts physicians from different ethnicities, creeds, and countries of origin and brings them under one banner."
Apogee Physicians is looking for experienced Internal Medicine (IM) physicians to join our Hospitalist programs in Ohio. Being an Apogee Hospitalist means a competitive salary and benefits as well as the opportunity to live and work in the beautiful state of Ohio. Additional physician resources include: Patient Information Coordinators (PIC) who work exclusively for the group on-site.