Dermatologist Opportunity: Pinehurst, North Carolina
The Skin Surgery Center of Winston-Salem is recruiting for a Board-Certified/Board Eligible dermatologist for a practice located in Pinehurst, North Carolina.
This well-established and busy practice has been serving the Pinehurst, Southern Pines, and surrounding communities for many years. The incoming physician will join a large dermatology and Mohs Surgery group that consists of eleven dermatologists and eleven fellowship-trained Mohs Surgeons.
The incumbent will inherit a mature, very busy general dermatology practice that offers a full spectrum of medical dermatology and skin cancer care for a community of approximately 100,000 people.
Pinehurst is a village in Moore County, North Carolina, United States. Moore County is centrally located within the state of North Carolina and is a great place to live and work. It is halfway between the mountains and the beautiful Carolina coast and only a one hour drive to Raleigh or Fayetteville. Boasting eleven incorporated municipalities and several additional communities, each saturated in culture and colorful history, Moore County has become a place for young families, retirees and budding entrepreneurs. With a mild climate and dynamic business community, nationally recognized hospital and medical community, quality school system and premier college, it is clear why more and more individuals are calling Moore County home. You are able to enjoy the amenities of a big city while still capturing the small-town feel. Pinehurst is a walking-friendly village featuring boutiques, fine and casual dining and a variety of hotels. The Pinehurst Village maintains the New England charm that inspired it. While Pinehurst is consistently rated as one of the top three golf destinations in the world and home of the historic golf resort, Pinehurst Resort, there are plenty of diversions for the non-golfer. There is a wonderful walking trail system, a castle inspired park, hockey rink and harness track. It is a beautiful village for families and retirees to call home. A large portion of the central village, including the resort complexes, is a National Historic Landmark District, designated in 1996 for its landscape design (by Frederick Law Olmsted) and its significance in the history of golf in the United States.
If you are interested in this incredible opportunity, please forward a current CV to firstname.lastname@example.org.