WHO WE ARE LOOKING FOR: WHAT WE NEED: Candidate would thrive in a fast paced environment and be team oriented. Provider will need to work collaboratively with physician to coordinate and deliver the highest quality of patient care. Candidate will also have a desire to develop strong ties with patients and the community in which they serve.
WHAT YOU CAN EXPECT: Formulate medical diagnosis based on patient admitting status, and physical findings. Implement plan of care. Communicate to Physicians, their assessment through surveillance exams, injuries, treatment and procedures as deemed necessary. Develop individualized plan of care for all assigned patients. Consistently evaluate the effectiveness of care provided to the patient. Perform interventions to meet holistic needs of patient, under the direction of the Medical Director, and under the leadership of the Client Resource Manager. WHO WE ARE: Franciscan Physician Network (FPN), a division of FRANCISCAN HEALTH, brings together the many primary care and specialty physician groups associated with Franciscan Healthâ™s hospitals and access points across Indiana and Illinois. FPN includes over 1,000 Physicians and Advanced Practice Providers.
With 13 hospitals, Franciscan Health is one of the largest Catholic Health Care systems in the Midwest. Of our 260+ locations, many are nationally recognized Centers of Health Care Excellence. Franciscan Health takes pride in providing compassionate, comprehensive care for our patients and the communities we serve.
WHAT WE OFFER: At Franciscan Physician Network we strive to create a flexible and realistic work-life balance for our providers. Full- and part-time opportunities are offered with benefits, which could include:
Competitive compensation Paid malpractice 27 days of Paid Time Off plus five additional paid days for CME with annual stipend Full benefits package, including health, life, dental, vision and legal insurance Retirement options, including 403(b), 457(b), 401(a) Short- and Long-Term Disability Insurance Customized marketing support MORE INFORMATION: For more information, please contact Physician and Provider Services Team at email@example.com or (844) 376-3627.
WHERE WE LIVE: WorkingWell Franciscan provides WorkingWell services in eight locations throughout Northwest Indiana.
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Franciscan WorkingWell Portage Franciscan WorkingWell Valparaiso WHERE WE LIVE: South Suburban Chicago Olympia Fields is a suburb of Chicago without the hustle and bustle of living downtown. It offers an affordable cost of living with excellent school options including private and public schools. Park your car and ride the Olympia Fields Metra into downtown Chicago or neighboring cities. Diverse employment base with good commercially-insured base of employees.
Outdoors Activities available:
Olympia Fields Park District â“ 150 acres of park land offering wellness, fitness, sports, arts, and dance programs. Iron Oaks Environmental Center â“ 40 acre nature preserve offering cross country skiing, trails, ponds, gardens, and more. Performing Arts Center, Theatres, and the Illinois Philharmonic Orchestra WHERE WE LIVE: Western Indiana Lafayette is a multi-faceted town which encompasses a vibrant college scene, a beautiful natural landscape and a lively urban center. Across the Wabash River in West Lafayette, Purdue University draws a diverse young student population to the city. A walking tour of downtown Lafayette reveals a historic core of Victorian architecture, unique shops, and public art. Nature abounds in the city and area parks, including Columbian Park, the Celery Bog wetlands, the Jerry E. Clegg Botanical Garden along Wildcat Creek, and Wolf Park in Battle Ground. Lafayette offers an excellent art scene with local breweries, wineries, shops, pick your own fruit farms among many other amenities and activities. Western Indiana is a desirable community in which to live and work. The AMA has designated Indiana as one of the nationâ™s top âœphysician friendlyâ states due to its favorable malpractice status. The region is the home of Purdue Research Park and many multi-national companies which contribute to a strong, local economy. Offerings include highly-ranked public and private schools and diverse cultural activities.
Crawfordsville is located in West central Indiana. It is home to Wabash College, which was ranked by Forbes as #12 in the United States for undergraduate studies in 2008. Crawfordsville, the county seat, has consistently appeared in rankings of the 100 Best Small Towns in America. The area has an excellent education system at all levels, and has been recognized with numerous awards recognizing accomplishments in the education field. Montgomery County is well positioned geographically, between the metropolitan cities of Lafayette (home of Purdue University) and Indianapolis. Crawfordsville, Indiana is a great place to raise a family and enjoy the slower pace of a small community. Crawfordsville Attractions:
Crawfordsville Community Center City Parks Crawfordsville Country Club State Parks & Reserve
Rensselaer is located in beautiful Jasper County, IN. Located 1.5 hours northwest of Indianapolis. Rensselaer has a rural and suburban feel, with a large heart, and personality. Rensselaer offers affordable cost of living with excellent school options including private and public schools. Rensselaer Attractions:
Indiana Dunes Biking trails Boating, canoeing and kayaking Fishing at the Jasper â“ Pulaski Fish and Wildlife Area Hike along the many nature trails in and around Rensselaer Outstanding local golf courses WHERE WE LIVE: Central Indiana (BG/Indy/Carmel) Beech Grove a suburb of Indianapolis is located in beautiful Marion County, IN. If you are looking for a quiet suburban feel, to get away from the hustle and bustle of the city, Beech Grove offers affordable cost of living with excellent school options including private and public. Beech Grove is home to several area parks and offers community sports programs including basketball, baseball, volleyball, and soccer.
Indianapolis, Indianaâ™s capital city, is in the heart of it all. Whether you are looking for a quiet suburban feel or the hustle and bustle of living in downtown, Indianapolis offers an affordable cost of living with excellent school options. Indianapolis continues to grow with thriving businesses and retailers, a strong corporate base, talented workforce, robust convention/hospitality market, and a quickly-expanding residential community with a superb quality of life. Indianapolis has a large, diverse population with many cultural events and restaurants. Indianapolis is famously associated with sporting events as it hosts two of the largest one-day sporting events in the USA: the Indianapolis 500 and the Allstate 400 at the Brickyard. It is also home to several professional sporting teams like the NBA's Pacers, the WNBA's Fever, the NFL's Colts, and the Indianapolis Indians as well as top notch sporting facilities like the Lucas Oil Stadium. Indianapolis Attractions:
Vibrant dining scene with a wide range of cuisines Indianapolis Cultural Trail White River State Park and the Canal Walk Indianapolis Museum of Art, The Childrenâ™s Museum, The Eiteljorg, and many more museums Various shopping districts like Mass Avenue, known for its many unique stores and boutiques; Fountain Square, an eclectic district located east of downtown, home to antique stores, art galleries and music stores; and Broad Ripple Village, an enclave that offers several trendy independent shops and boutiques.
Carmel is one of the fastest growing cities in Indiana, located immediately north of Indianapolis in Hamilton County. In 2012, Carmel was selected as the "Best Place to Live in the United States" by CNN Money magazine, and received the same designation by Niche.com in 2017 and 2018. Carmel boasts award-winning schools, thriving businesses, and family-oriented neighborhoods. Carmel Attractions:
Carmel Farmers Market Carmel Monon Community Center encompasses a large outdoor water park and a mega-fitness center. The Monon Trail is a multi-use trail that is part of the Rails-to-Trails movement. The Carmel Arts and Design District includes the award-winning Carmel Clay Public Library, the Hamilton County Convention & Visitor's Bureau and Welcome Center and a collection of art galleries, boutiques, interior designers, cafes, and restaurants. Carmel City Center is home to The Palladium at the Center for the Performing Arts. Kawachinagano Japanese Garden WHERE WE LIVE: Central Indiana cont. Columbus is a beautiful city in southern Indiana that is well-known for unique architecture and public art. Located about 40 miles south of Indianapolis on the east fork of the White River, it is the stateâ™s 20th largest city. National Geographic Traveler ranked Columbus 11th on its historic destinations list in late 2008, describing the city as "authentic, unique, and unspoiled." Columbus won the national contest "America in Bloom" in 2006, and in 2004 it was named as one of "The Ten Most Playful Towns" by Nick Jr. Family Magazine. The July 2005 edition of GQ magazine, Columbus was named as one of the "62 Reasons to Love Your Country". Columbus is the headquarters of the engine company, Cummins, Inc. Columbus is a desirable location to live and work. It boasts a reasonable cost of living and is family-friendly with great schools, parks, outdoor activities and social outlets. Columbus Attractions:
Commons Playground and the Kids Commons Mill Race Park, Freedom Park, Cera Park Anderson Falls Atterbury-Bakalar Air Museum Tangeman Woods
Mooresville, Indiana, located in the heartland of America, combines a small town atmosphere with the benefits of a big city. It offers a beautiful Midwestern setting conducive to idyllic family life. Just 10 miles southwest of our state capital, Mooresville is positioned next to a major distribution center and international air hub. Mooresville is the âœCrossroads of Progressâ and is becoming the new home of many businesses and families. The Town of Mooresville park system consists of five parks offering picnicking, playgrounds, basketball and volleyball courts, soccer fields, walking/jogging trails, baseball diamonds, and a small amphitheater for summer concerts.
Close proximity to the Indianapolis Motor Speedway (IMS) Visit Fountain Square, Mass Ave, Broad Ripple Catch a Pacers game Indianapolis Indians Indianapolis Colts Bike and walk the Monon Trail Bike, run, walk, hike and enjoy the water actives at Eagle Creek Play a round of golf, at one of the many golf courses in the surrounding area WHERE WE LIVE: Greenwood Greenwood is a suburb on the Southside of Indianapolis located in Johnson County. With a distinct family-friendly atmosphere, Greenwood offers lower home prices than some of Indianapolisâ™s northern suburbs, along with a diverse business community, a historic downtown, and access to big-city amenities. With 271 acres of recreational space spread across 14 public parks, Greenwood has an expansive system of playgrounds, basketball and tennis courts, open fields, picnic areas, and miles of city trails. Families can enjoy the Freedom Springs Aquatic Center, or the newly renovated Greenwood Community Center. The area is also a golferâ™s haven, with seven courses in the immediate vicinity.
Greenwood Community Center 17 Greenwood City Parks Multi-Use Trails and Walkways Indy South Greenwood Airport WHERE WE LIVE: Valpo Valparaiso is situated in a rural setting approximately 1.5 hours southeast of downtown Chicago. Chicago is easily accessible by bus or train allowing citizens to take full advantage of all the culture and entertainment the city has to offer. Home of Valparaiso University, Valparaiso benefits from great learning and community opportunities. Valparaiso has an affordable cost of living with excellent school options including private and public schools. Valparaiso Attractions:
Indiana Dunes and Lake Michigan Ice Skating at Central Park Plaza Hike at the many parks in and around Valparaiso Enjoy the walking and biking paths around Valparaiso Boat, canoe or kayak on your own or with a guided group at the Indiana Dunes WHERE WE LIVE: Michigan City Nestled along the shores of Lake Michigan and the Indiana Dunes National Park, La Porte and Porter Counties merge the best of small-town friendliness with easy access to Chicago â“ less than 60 miles away. Known for its miles of waterfront beaches and property, you can live in amenity rich communities where affordable living options abound. Stroll along the fresh-water beaches, harbors and lighthouses or immerse yourself in water sports.
The area boasts four beautiful seasons and year-round recreational activities such as camping, hiking and biking, award-wining breweries and wineries, a charming lake-side zoo, art festivals, casino and outlet shopping mall.
The regional economy is a diverse mix of agriculture, healthcare, manufacturing and tourism. The area is home to outstanding educational programs â“ including the stateâ™s first construction trade apprenticeship program and energy academy. Not to mention colleges and universities including Valparaiso University, Purdue University, Indiana University and the University of Norte Dame, all within an hoursâ™ drive.
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Harbor Country Harbor Country Adventures Indiana Dunes National Park Indiana Dunes Travel Guide Valparaiso International Center Visit Chicago Visit Michigan City La Porte Visit the South Shore, Chesterton Visit the South Shore, Valparaiso WHERE WE LIVE: CP, HMD/Dyer,Munster, St John Crown Point in Lake County, Indiana is a desirable community in which to live and work. Northwest Indiana has a reasonable cost of living, is family-friendly with award-winning schools. Crown Point has a hometown atmosphere, with its historic downtown square, numerous unique shops, parks, golf courses, and other scenic locales. Crown Point is in close proximity to Chicago, Lake Michigan beaches, area waterparks, and much more. Whether you are living on the lake or inland, Crown Point offers a little piece of paradise for everyone. Crown Point Attractions:
Lake County Fairgrounds hosts a large variety of festivals and entertainment throughout the year Crown Point Farmerâ™s Market Multiple golf courses Lemon Lake County Park
Hammond, Dyer, and Munster are cities located in beautiful Lake County, IN. Located thirty minutes southeast of downtown Chicago. The cities are part of the Chicago metropolitan area, while still maintaining a rural and suburban feel. Situated along the South Shore of Lake Michigan, the cities offer many opportunities to enjoy the beach, sand dunes, and many outdoor activities. Hammond, Dyer, and Munster offer an affordable cost of living, excellent school options including private and public schools, and a diverse employment base with a strong commercially-insured base of employees. Munster schools have been rated Indiana Blue Ribbon schools and have been awarded five-star ratings. Local Attractions:
Lake Michigan Indiana Dunes Lost Marsh Environmental Recreation Area which includes 330-acre championship golf course, and nature preserve LEED-certified Centennial Park and Golf Course Midwest Training & Ice Center Year-Round Festivals and Area Events Towle Theater, Centre for the Visual and Performing Arts Horseshoe Casino The region offers shopping at enclosed shopping malls, an outdoor discount outlet center and miles and miles of popular chain stores in shopping plazas Among the South Shore's agri-tourism opportunities are wineries, dairies, restaurants, U-pick orchards/farms, pumpkin patches, corn mazes, and farmers' markets and many local breweries Many miles of bike paths throughout Northwest Indiana
Nestled along the Chicago shoreline, St. John is located 24 miles southeast of Chicago. St. John has been recognized as one of the "top 50 best small towns in the nation". The town is positioned as a peaceful getaway with the option to connect to larger urban areas or enjoy the town's vibrant night life. St. John is filled with quiet neighborhoods, quality schools and churches. Extensive bike and pedestrian trails provide many opportunities for activities for residents. The town offers many local specialty shops and selected larger retail stores.
A trusted leader in providing faith-based, integrated health care, Franciscan Alliance brings together the latest technology, innovative procedures and the brightest, most compassionate people to serve our patients in Indiana, Illinois and Michigan. Throughout our 13 hospitals and many medical practices, we offer a number of nationally recognized Centers of Health Care Excellence.For more than 135 years, Franciscan Alliance has stayed true to our founding mission to care for everyone who comes through our doors. We treat our patients with the best possible care by following the guiding ethical values embodied by our founding congregation, the Sisters of St. Francis of Perpetual Adoration. Always mindful of our Christian stewardship to the Roman Catholic Church, we minister with joy, care and compassion according to the ideals of St. Francis of Assisi and our founder, Mother Maria Theresia Bonzel.