The Physician Development and Physician Relations staff members are full-time employees of Nebraska Medicine and are “in-house recruiters.”
In-house recruiters are directly employed by the healthcare entities they represent or their affiliates and live in and around the communities they serve. Agency or search firm recruiters usually work for a contracted 3rd party organization.
We prefer to locate and work with physicians directly and without the assistance of recruiting agencies. If you are an agency, you may contact us via email.
If your specialty is not listed in our current available opportunities, we encourage you to contact us or submit your CV to be given consideration when a position opens in your field. This allows us to make further inquiries on your behalf when appropriate.
We prefer to receive your CV via email as a .pdf file or Microsoft Word document, although we are happy to receive your CV by fax or mail.
We frequently contact physicians on evenings or weekends and would be glad to arrange a convenient time to speak with you.
We understand and respect your position in your current practice and will absolutely keep your inquiries confidential. Please make us aware of any special requests when contacting us.
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As the teaching hospital for the University of Nebraska Medical Center, we offer a variety of employed, academic, and private practice opportunities both in Omaha and nearby communities.
Omaha has a comfortable continental climate with warm summers and dry winters. Omaha averages 214 sunny days per year, which is above the national average. Typically, the warmest month of the year is July and the coldest is January. According to the National Climatic Data Center, most of the precipitation in Omaha occurs from April through September in the form of showers or evening thunderstorms. Only 10% of the total annual precipitation falls during the winter months.