Columbus Ohio

"Committed to Community Health"

Practice:

Student Loan Reimbursement (Up to $50,000)

Competitive Compensation Plan – with Quarterly Bonuses

Monday through Friday …Amazing Work/Life Balance

Our-Patient Only …No In-Patient Coverage

Average of 20 Patients Daily

Telephone Call Only – All Primary Care Providers Share Call

22 Days of PTO, 9 Paid Holidays and 5 Days of CME (with a $3,000 Allowance)

Merit Raise (Up to 6%) Available Annually Based on Performance

Large Support Staff – Two to One Nurse Practitioner to Physician Ratio

Health, Dental and Vision

Tax Deferred 403 (b) Retirement Plan

Life Insurance Policy – Paid for by Employer

Location:

The state capital and 15th largest city in the United States, Columbus is one of Americas most dynamic and diverse metropolitan regions.

Centrally located between Chicago and New York, the Columbus Region provides easy access to nearly 50% of the U.S. population…within a ten-hour drive or a short airplane trip.

Community:

Columbus Region residents enjoy a vibrant arts scene and diverse array of entertainment, sports, dining, nightlife and shopping.

In fact, you’ll find critically acclaimed attractions in nearly every facet of this award winning “metro”.

Quickly emerging as a culinary capital and a fashion mecca, it’s easy to find ways to be entertained, intrigued, fascinated, captivated, charmed, educated or amused in the Columbus Region.

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Housing:

The median home value in Columbus is $144,700. Columbus home values have gone up 5.9% over the past year and Zillow predicts they will rise 8.9% within the next year. The median list price per square foot in Columbus is $124, which is lower than the Columbus Metro average of $132. The median price of homes currently listed in Columbus is $175,000 while the median price of homes that sold is $150,400. The median rent price in Columbus is $1,300, which is lower than the Columbus Metro median of $1,350.