Physician- Family Medicine
SSM Health Monroe Medical Group- Brodhead Clinic- Brodhead, WI
We are seeking a talented, engaged, and committed Primary Care physician that will be located at our Brodhead location. This opportunity offers the opportunity to join a not-for-profit ministry, provide rural medicine at an established clinic, and provide care for the whole family.
Monroe Medical Group Overview:
Monroe Clinic became a member of SSM Health in 2018, and has been rebranded as Monroe Medical Group (MMG). MMGc is known as a leader in community healthcare with a strong mission focus, advanced technologies, and a state-of-of-the-art LEED certified facility. MMG is consistently recognized for clinical excellence in regard to high quality evidencebased care leading to their 5 star CMS rating, Guardian of Excellence Award, and eight consecutive "A" grades from Leapfrog on patient safety.
The Brodhead Community:
Located in south central Wisconsin, the Brodhead area is a place where the American spirit grows brighter. Entrepreneurs, agri-businesses and other endeavors thrive with inspired creativity within a community that supports commerce and job growth. Brodhead is home to many wonderful resources, including a fully serviced industrial park; a revitalized downtown area with several quaint stores; an eighteen-hole golf course; the Sugar River Raceway; and the Brodhead Historical Society preserving history through the Depot Museum. Located adjacent to the Sugar River, Brodhead is also noted as the southern entrance to the 23-mile Sugar River State Trail - biking, hiking, cross country skiing & snowmobiling. The community balances history, small town living, industrial growth and progress. Located on the eastern edge of Green County, near the Rock County line, Brodhead has easy access to major metropolitan areas - within a two hour drive of Chicago, 40 minutes of Madison, 90 minutes from Milwaukee and one hour from Rockford.
For more information, please contact:
Gina Haldiman, Recruiter- Physician & Provider Recruitment
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