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Interventional PMR - Physical Medicine and Rehab

Established Kalamazoo - Battle Creek Michigan Pain Management Group
Kalamazoo, Michigan, United States
$300K to $349K Base With Bonus Plan
December 07, 2018

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Pain Management physician with interventional pain training and/or experience is needed for our Battle Creek, MI practice. The pain management position consists of 100% outpatient pain management with both evaluations and interventional procedures such as epidural steroid injections, facet joint injections/medial branch blocks, selective nerve root blocks, sacroiliac injections, trigger point injections, discography, sympathetic blockades, various arthrocentesis, percutaneous discectomy, Radiofrequency ablations, spinal cord stimulator trials, etc. We are open to any other procedures that the physician feels comfortable in performing and that are profitable. Medication management is a requirement for this position.

Fully staffed and equipped in-office procedure suite with fluoroscopy, ultrasound and RF pulse generator so all procedures can be performed in our office and the pain physician will have full access to the equipment/procedure suite allowing the opportunity and accessibility for a high volume of procedures.

We prefer fellowship trained board certified or board eligible in “Pain Management” but we are willing to look at candidates that have advanced training in pain procedures and can perform the procedures outlined above.

Office Hours:

Monday - Friday 8am - 12pm and 1 - 5pm

No nights - No weekends - No call


Fantastic Benefit Package!

$300K - $325k Base

Percentage of Collections

Percentage of mid-level provider

4 weeks vacation, 1 week personal time, and 5 days CME per year.

Coverage of malpractice

CME $3,500.00 allowable

Health Insurance (Offers Dental)

Disability insurance (Short and Long Term)

Moving expenses

State medical, DEA, MI controlled substance license and yearly licensing fees covered.

Known as "Cereal City," Battle Creek, Michigan is home to both the Kellogg and Post Corporations. These two companies have left their mark on the city, building both office buildings and local attractions. The Leila Arboretum, part of Battle Creek's 7,000 acres of parkland, was created by the widow of CW Post, founder of Post Cereals. Post himself had been inspired to go into the cereal business after a visit to the now-historic Battle Creek Sanitarium, which was then run by John Kellogg. The average age in Battle Creek, MI is 36 years old. Battle Creek, MI comes with a great cost of living. The average cost for a home in Battle Creek, MI is $81,000.00. With an average yearly property tax of $1,003.00, buying a home is a must! Also, the public school system in Battle Creek, MI enjoys high ratings for its scholastic aptitude scores.

Nearby Kalamazoo, Michigan (25 miles from Battle Creek, MI has a sprawling arboretum of 180 acres of beautiful trees and flowers, owned and operated by Kalamazoo College. There are plenty of nature paths to explore and enjoy. The “Arb,” as it is known locally, is a sight to behold during any season of the year. Bring your dog for a run, enjoy the sights and smells, and take an afternoon to lose yourself. At a cozy little fairgrounds in the northern part of the city, you can find the Kalamazoo Farmer’s Market all summer long! Do you like food? Do you like to cook? Do you like farmers with great personalities and cool knick-knacks? No? Why not! Bell’s Brewery is the best brewpub in Southwest Michigan and Kalamazoo’s favorite by far. If you’ve never tasted their Midwest-famous Two Hearted Ale, Porter, Third Coast, or the fan favorite Oberon (in its own category below), you are missing out. Oberon is more than a beer in Kalamazoo–it is a way of life. Seasonally available toward the end of March, Oberon signals the beginning of many good things in Michigan–summertime, baseball, summertime and of course, Oberon. If you’re passing through the Midwest and spot this placid-looking sun, make sure to grab a case. It will certainly make your whole vacation, and possibly your whole life. Kalamazoo’s appreciation for its artists cannot be overstated. The towering Park Trades building close to downtown is home to over a hundred studios. Is it Andy Warhol’s Warehouse? No, but then did you really want that much nudity? A quaint cobblestone downtown walking mall that’s got everything salons, boutique stores, and a Taco Bob’s, Kalamazoo Mall is right smack in the middle of the entertainment district. Of all the quaint cobblestone downtown walking malls featuring a Taco Bob’s in the world, this is by far the best one.