Western Washington Medical Group (WWMG) is seeking a full-time BC/BE Pulmonary/Critical Care or Critical Care Physician to join our growing, well-respected medical group. Our team consists of 11 Critical Care/ Pulmonary Physicians who practice in tertiary settings. This is an opportunity to practice full scope Critical Care and Pulmonary Medicine with the flexibility to tailor your work to your clinical interests. The practice covers 2 busy medical and surgical ICUs along with a busy pulmonary consultative practice.
WWMG is located in the beautiful Pacific NW, 25 miles north of Seattle with locations in Snohomish and Skagit Counties. Wonderful recreational opportunities abound with easy access to the Cascade and Olympic Mountains for hiking and skiing, Vancouver, BC, Whistler, and the San Juan Islands. Puget Sound offers world class fishing, kayaking, wind surfing, and boating. The greater Seattle area is known for excellent arts, a robust economy, and the natural beauty of the Pacific Northwest.
Employed position with excellent medical, dental, and vision benefits
Competitive compensation w/performance bonus
401k retirement program plus profit sharing
No state income tax
Board Certified / Board Eligible in Pulmonary/Critical Care or in Critical Care Medicine
Washington State Medical License
Not a J1 position
Internal Number: 06112020
About Western Washington Medical Group
Western Washington Medical Group is a collection of primary and multi-specialty care practices with approximately 100 providers.
The doctors who founded Western Washington Medical Group in Everett in the early 1990s had a shared goal: to give their patients the best possible care. They also had a shared vision: that local, independent doctors are best qualified to give their communities the best possible care.
Since those days, much has changed in our group. It has grown to more than 20 care centers in Snohomish, Skagit and Island counties, with more than 90 providers in over 20 specialties. However, our founding goal and our founding mission still guide us today. Through three decades of serving the North Puget Sound region, we have proudly remained provider-owned and provider-run. What does that mean? It means two important things.
First: All business decisions for our group are made by our local providers, including doctors, nurse practitioners and physician assistants.
Second: All decisions about patient care are based on what our providers feel is best for our patients.
Because we are independent, our care decisions are not limited by ...corporate managers or corporate systems. And that means that our providers and our patients are free to make the best informed choices together. The result is personalized state-of-the-art care.
And that remains our shared goal, as we continue to follow our founding vision into our fourth decade of serving our North Puget Sound communities.