Location: Fort Collins, Colorado
posted August 6, 2019
Job Type: Full-Time Associate
Summary: The Orthopaedic & Spine Center of the Rockies, PC (OCR) is searching for a Podiatrist (DPM) to join our Foot & Ankle team. Board certification with the American Board of Podiatric Medicine and the American Board of Foot & Ankle Surgeons is required. The OCR Foot & Ankle team is comprised of two fellowship trained Orthopaedic Surgeons and multiple Podiatrists. Fellowship training is highly encouraged. The position is for a full time employed provider, who will be primarily office/clinic based, preferably with a focus on diabetic foot and wound care, and will include surgical management of non- reconstructive foot conditions. Historical/expected annual clinic volumes of 3,000+ encounters and annual surgical volumes of 100-150+cases. Position will include performing hospital consults and ongoing participation with Podiatry weekday/weekend call rotation at multiple hospitals (paid call). Surgical management of diabetes-related foot conditions is required. Our new Podiatrist will conduct clinic at our three offices (and future offices) in Northern Colorado with high clinic volume potential. OCR is a 30+ member physician owned practice providing a full spectrum of Orthopaedic subspecialties that include Foot & Ankle, Trauma & Fractures, Operative Sports, Hand/Upper Extremity, Hip & Knee, Joint Replacement, Pediatric Orthopaedics, Shoulder, Spine, non-operative Sports Medicine, Podiatry, and a Regional Concussion program. OCR was founded 50 years ago in Fort Collins, CO and has expanded to three campuses in Fort Collins, Loveland, and Greeley, CO. Exceptional quality of practice and high standards for patient care sets our group apart. Strong governance, culture and partner relationships; expert leadership/management and outstanding facilities all make OCR the premier Orthopaedic & Spine practice serving the Northern Colorado, Wyoming, and Western Nebraska region. Northern Colorado is a rapidly growing region located at the foot of the Rocky Mountains with a current service area population of 500k, projected to grow 44% to 720k by 2020. The region offers mild seasons, excellent schools, Colorado State University, and abundance of outdoor activities.
Name of Practice: Orthopaedic & Spine Center of the Rockies
Practice Arrangement Type: Large Group (6+ Practitioners)
Post Graduate Training: More than three years
Benefits: Outstanding benefits including health, life, dental, disability, relocation assistance, 401k plan, cash balance pension plan, & profit sharing.
Is practice affiliated with a residency-training program? -- No
Required to work in a nursing home or LTC Facility? -- No
Position Post will expire: November 4, 2019