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Physicians & Advanced Practice Providers

The Women’s Hospital is a free-standing, independently licensed joint venture between physician owners and Deaconess Health System.

Our award winning hospital has served the Tri-State for over seventeen years, and is the region’s leading provider of women’s health services. Board certified MFM, GYN Oncology, REI, and FPM-RS subspecialists on staff allow us to provide high quality, personalized, and cost- effective healthcare services to our community.
 
The Women’s Hospital effectively employs progressive strategies, with focus on quality improvement, emphasizing patient safety and satisfaction. We offer an excellent compensation and benefits package, which includes health, dental, vision, 401K, NQDC, malpractice coverage, PTO, CME allowance, relocation, and more.
 

Current Open Physician Opportunities

Gynecologic Oncologist Physician 

The Gynecologic Oncologist Physician is responsible for the oversight and quality of medical care provided by the gynecologic oncology team.  The physician provides care to oncology and complex patients by managing individualized, goal-directed patient care in accordance with the medical staff rules and regulations; develops/maintains relationships with specialty physicians to ensure a multidisciplinary approach to quality patient care; is an active member of various hospital committees; and provides educational opportunities as requested.
 
The Gynecologic Oncologist Physician must be a graduate of an accredited school of medicine with completion of OB/GYN Residency; maintain a medical license in the State of Indiana; be a credentialed member of Deaconess Medical Staff; and Board certified (or eligible) in OB/GYN and Gynecologic Oncologist.  Two years’ experience in the practice area is preferred.
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OB/ED Physician

The OB/GYN Emergency Department physician provides quality medical care to patients presenting to the OB-ED and responds to OB/GYN emergencies at The Women’s Hospital. The physician is an active member of the multidisciplinary care team providing leadership and guidance for emergency obstetrical care.

The OB/ED Physician must be a graduate of an accredited school of medicine with completion of OB/GYN Residency; maintain a medical license in the State of Indiana; be a credentialed member of Deaconess Medical Staff; Board certified in OB/GYN; and maintain BLS, ACLS certification.
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Reproductive Endocrinologist/Infertility Physician

The Reproductive Endocrinologist/Infertility Physician (REI) is responsible for the oversight and quality of individualized, goal-directed medical care plans provided for patients with reproductive medical/surgical problems.  Physician services are provided in accordance with the medical staff rules and regulations and physician will develop/maintain relationships with other specialty physicians to ensure a multidisciplinary approach to quality patient care.  Physician is an active member of various hospital committees; and provides educational opportunities as requested.
 
The REI Physician must have a medical degree from an accredited program; maintain a medical license in the state of IN, and other states where BIVF at TWH chooses to conduct business; successfully completed both a residency in OB/GYN and a fellowship in Reproductive Endocrinology recognized by the American Board of OB/GYN; board eligible or certified in Reproductive Endocrinology by the American Board of OB/GYN; and be a credentialed member of Deaconess Medical Staff.
 
Two years’ experience in the practice area is preferred.

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Urogynecologist Physician 

The Urogynecologist is responsible for oversight and quality medical care provided by the Pelvic Health & Wellness Team. The physician provides care to females with conditions including but not limited to pelvic organ prolapse, urinary incontinence, overactive bladder and pelvic pain; develops/maintains relationships with specialty physicians to ensure a multidisciplinary approach to quality patient care; is an active member of various hospital committees; and provides educational opportunities as requested.
 
The Urogynecologist Physician must be a graduate of an accredited school of medicine with completion of OB/GYN residency; maintain a medical license in the State of Indiana; be a credentialed member of Deaconess Medical Staff; and Board Certified (or eligible) in OB/GYN and Female Pelvic Medicine and Reconstructive Surgery. Two years’ experience in the practice area is preferred.

 

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