Orthopedic Total Joint Surgeon

Total Joint Partnership with Large Orthopedic Group | No General or Trauma Call | 625,000+ Metro

Wichita, KS 67206
Income Potential:
Up to $800,000.00*
Signing Bonus:
Loan Forgiveness:
Job Number:
Posted Date:
Recruiter's Name:
Daniel Kalkhoff
Contact Number:
(800) 876-0500
Merritt Hawkins

Job Description & Requirements
Start Date:
Available Shifts:
Full Time
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Seeking an exceptional fellowship trained Total Joint surgeon with an entrepreneurial spirit to become a partner in our group. What you can expect is:
  • Opportunity to be the 9th partner in the largest and most respected orthopedic group in the area.
  • Total Joint only with no General Orthopedics nor Trauma call.
  • Huge referral base, other Total Joint Surgeon does 600+ case a year and is booked 8 weeks out.
  • Imaging, PT, and DME owned by the practice on site at each clinic.
  • Share a clinic with the busiest Sports Medicine Surgeon in the group and your biggest referral source.
  • Multiple other business ventures with current partners.
A practice is important but you also need to love where you live. We are located in the 2nd largest city in Kansas.
  • 625,000 person metro with an excellent airport in town
  • Our area is home to several of the highest ranked schools in the state.
  • Strong economic community in large part thanks to the aviation industry.
  • Division I university town and several private universities.
  • University of Kansas residency program in town.
From serving on college boards to being a part of the chamber of commerce. Our surgeons love where they live, and we think you will too!

About The Company

Merritt Hawkins, an AMN Healthcare company, is a permanent physician placement service that fills more physician jobs than any other firm. In addition to being the nation’s leader in physician employment search and consulting services, Merritt Hawkins also recruits and places select allied health professionals. AMN Healthcare is an EEO/AA/Disability/Protected Veteran Employer.  We encourage minority and female applicants to apply.