Revolutionizing Primary Care – Primary Care Physician Detroit

Physician: Family Practice
Market: Metropolitan 2 (250,001 to 1M)
Job ID:10197
Verified Date:10/20/2021
Loan Repayment:No Response
Sign on Bonus:Yes
Practice Type: Employed
Accept J1 Visa:No Response
Accept H1b Visa:No Response
Permanent: Full time Family Practice

What you need to know:

Practice Details

  • Board Certified in (Internal Medicine, Geriatrics, or Family Medicine)
  • Work/Life Balance
    • Monday – Friday (Admin time included in your schedule)
    • Small patient panel size: 450 patients maximum (our physicians see patients an average of once per month)
    • Very light Triaged Telephonic call only
    • No Hospital Rounding or Call

Compensation Details

  • Paid Time Off
    • 16 Days PTO
    • 3 Sick Days
    • 2 Floating holidays
    • 6 national holidays
  • Comprehensive Benefit Package
    • Competitive Salary
    • Health, Vision, Dental
    • 401k 3% match
    • Relocation
    • Commencement Bonuses available
    • CME - $3500 plus 5 days

Community Details

  • COSMOPOLITAN. INDUSTRIOUS. SAFE. Up-and-coming restaurants, a do-it-yourself attitude, new hotels, scenic and social parks, public transit, bike lanes and a walkable international riverfront are redefining Detroit.
  • Architecture from Albert Kahn and Isamu Noguchi lives next to all-night joints selling loaded Coney dogs and Prohibition-born speakeasies pouring locally crafted beer and cocktails.
  • The city’s Greektown, Eastern Market, The District Detroit, Corktown and Midtown neighborhoods are booming with activity.

Recruiter Insights

The Housing Market. 4 bd 3 ba 2,070 sqft  Absolutely stunning spacious colonial located in the heart of the amazing community of East English Village. Updates include new a/c, new furnace, refinished hardwood floors, updated kitchen, refinished back porch, updated baths and much more. The spacious bedrooms are perfect for anyone with a growing family or looking to up-size. You have to see the endless character of this home for yourself! This home can be yours for $199,000. 

The Community. Detroit is the largest and most populous city in the U.S. state of Michigan, the largest U.S. city on the United States–Canada border, and the seat of Wayne County. 

The Employer. company started 35 years ago and now consists of: 3,300 team members, 80+ centers across 12 states, in 21 cities and we continue to grow. Our primary care physicians are true hands-on caregivers transforming the health and lives of seniors on Medicare Advantage. Through our Value Based Care approach, you and your patients thrive in our high-touch, relationship-centered model – something the traditional, FFS healthcare model cannot provide. 

Community Profile What is nice to know.

Closest International Airports:

  • 23 miles: Detroit, MI (DTW / KDTW) Detroit Metropolitan Wayne County Airport
  • 68 miles: Flint, MI (FNT / KFNT) Bishop International Airport
  • 96 miles: Lansing, MI (LAN / KLAN) Capital Region International Airport
  • 127 miles: London, Canada (YXU / CYXU) London International Airport

Closest Major City:

  • 1 mile to Windsor, Canada
  • 53 miles to Toledo, OH
  • 90 miles to Cleveland, OH
  • 102 miles to London, Canada
  • 116 miles to Akron, OH

Closest Domestic Airport:

  • 9 miles: Windsor, Canada (YQG / CYQG) Windsor International Airport
  • 23 miles: Detroit, MI (DTW / KDTW) Detroit Metropolitan Wayne County Airport
  • 68 miles: Flint, MI (FNT / KFNT) Bishop International Airport
  • 70 miles: Sarnia, Canada (YZR / CYZR) Sarnia Chris Hadfield Airport

Cost of Living:

  • Mean Housing Cost - $99,790
  • City Cost of Living Index - 87.6 (less than average, U.S. average is 100)
  • State Cost of Living Index - 87.6

Colleges and Universities:

  • Wayne State University (Full-time enrollment: 20,204; Location: 656 West Kirby Street; Public; Website: www.wayne.edu; Offers Doctor's degree)
  • Wayne County Community College District (Full-time enrollment: 10,554; Location: 801 W. Fort Street; Public; Website: www.wcccd.edu)
  • University of Detroit Mercy (Full-time enrollment: 3,406; Location: 4001 W McNichols Rd; Private, not-for-profit; Website: www.udmercy.edu; Offers Doctor's degree)

 

 

Demographics:

  • Black 77.4%
  • White 10.6%
  • Hispanic 8.3%
  • Asian 1.7%
  • Two or more races 1.3%
  • American Indian 0.6%
  • Other race 0.1%

 

Taxes:

  • State Income Tax Rate - 4.25%
  • State Sales Tax Rate - 6%
  • County Tax Rate - 0%
  • Property Tax Rate - 1.62%

Major Industry:

  • Health care (14.1%)
  • Accommodation & food services (9.4%)
  • Transportation equipment (9.0%)
  • Administrative & support & waste management services (6.9%)
  • Educational services (6.3%)
  • Professional, scientific, technical services (4.3%)
  • Public administration (4.2%)

 

Recreation:

  • Butzel Family Center - The mission of the Butzel Family Center is to provide and promote a world-class multipurpose center or the community by coordinating quality social services and self-help technologies designed to improve the quality of life for Detroit citizens.
  • Coleman A. Young Community Center located close to downtown, a stone's throw from The Aretha Franklin Amphitheater and nestles next to Lafayette Park, the recreation center named for the city's longest serving mayor, boasts a beautiful swimming pool that is 4 - 12 feet deep! Programming for everyone from youth to seniors!
  • Lasky Recreation Center is nestled in the Buffalo-Charles neighborhood, just adjacent to Banglatown. Lasky has a very diverse population including Yemeni, Polish, Bosnian and Bangladeshi.

Arts & Culture:

  • Motown Historical Museum
  • Joe Louis Arena
  • Ford Field
  • Comerica Park
  • Detroit Institute of Arts
  • The Ford Piquette Avenue Plan

Sports for the Spectator:

  •  Detroit is the home of all four of Michigan's major-league professional sports teams: the Detroit Tigers (baseball), the Detroit Lions (football), the Detroit Red Wings (hockey), and the Detroit Pistons (basketball).

Sports for the Participant:

  • The Detroit Youth Softball League at Detroit PAL is for girls ages 9 – 19
  • Ice hockey
  • 16u, 14u, 12u, Varsity, JV: Any high quality, new, indoor 29.5” basketball. 10u, Motor, Girls: Any high quality, new, indoor 28.5” basketball. 8u: Any high quality, new indoor 27” basketball.
  • Football
  • Campgrounds and more

Shopping:

  • Attention all shoppers: Detroit shopping is a triple threat, offering a selection of boutiques in Detroit, megamalls and outlet malls. Whether you prefer high-end brands, uniquely Detroit shops, the best deals at outlet centers, or a mix of everything together, Detroit has your shopping needs covered.
  • Back in the day, Woodward Avenue was lined with specialty shops and stores, anchored by the mega-department store, Hudson’s. Woodward Avenue has been completely transformed in recent years, paying homage to the former shopping district. Big-brands like Nike Community Store, Under Armour Brand House, Moosejaw and Lululemon Athletica have opened their doors along the famous corridor drawing in shoppers.

    But don’t let the big names intimidate you; Detroit staples are also sprinkled along Woodward Avenue. Fan favorites include Detroit is the New Black, The Handmade Co. and House of Pure Vin (because we think wine and shopping pair well).

  • Yes, this Detroit neighborhood is known for its popular farmers market, but the area is also home to several Detroit shopping staples. Take your pick from Detroit swag at Division Street Boutique, home Aptemal Clothing and the famous phrase, “Detroit Hustles Harder” or stroll a few blocks down to “Detroit vs. Everybody” store – either way you’ll be donning your love for The D.

    DeVries & Co. is most notably known for its impressive selection of cheeses, it also boasts a third floor of fun gifts and gadgets for all ages. Swing by Savvy Chic Trends for a funky collection of apparel and home goods. From fresh produce to the latest trends, Eastern Market has you covered!

 

Top Five things to do:

  1. Head to the Detroit Zoo 
  2. Henry Ford Museum to learn about part of the nation's history.
  3. Lakes are also a huge draw, especially in the summer (a lovely one to visit is Lake St. Clair).
  4. Other popular attractions in the Detroit area include the city's casinos and Greenfield Village.
  5. Motown Historical Museum