A Physician is needed for a Family Medicine team in Dayton, Ohio.
Why Vohra Physicians?
- They are the premier wound care specialty physician group.
- They provide bedside care at nearly 3,000 facilities in 29 states and growing + virtual care via telemedicine.
- They provide tailored training and a one-year fellowship in the growing specialty of wound management – become a wound expert!
- They provide malpractice coverage and administrative support so you can focus on treating, not billing.
- You receive competitive compensation and benefits, with full-time physicians earning up to $300,000 annually.
- They are innovative, a thought leader in the field of wound care, and offer a national certification program that has trained thousands of medical professionals.
- You enjoy autonomy, a better work-life balance, no on-call, and clinical satisfaction while delivering improved patient outcomes.
What They Look For
Join their team and enjoy an individualized practice with flexibility and work/life balance. If you want to become an expert in your field, learn from highly qualified physician peers, utilize cutting-edge technologies, and spend your time focused on patients and not paperwork, then Vohra may be the right physician practice for you.
They have a rigorous hiring and training process, placing a high value on clinical experience, cultural fit and passion for helping wound care patients. They have three specific requirements:
- Full, active, and unrestricted license in the state you wish to practice in
- Active clinical medicine in the past 12 months
- Minimum 3 days a week within our working hours of 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday through Friday
What Their Physicians Say
- “Working with Vohra has given me independence, autonomy, and a work-life balance while still being able to care for patients.” – Dr. Angela Crawford, a trained general surgeon who transitioned to Vohra.
- “I was motivated to work for Vohra when I saw that I had little time for the important things in my life. Amazingly, by making the change to the wound care subspecialty, I work less and make more money. In other words, I am more efficient with my time now and my family has benefitted.” – Dr. Melissa Bray, a family physician who transitioned to Vohra.
- “The Vohra Model appreciates that most physicians are looking for some degree of professional autonomy and the organization allows you to take ownership of your practice.” — Dr. Alan Powers, a surgical resident before transitioning to Vohra.