• Position: Dermatologist
  • Location: Louisville, KY

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Forefront Dermatology is growing and seeking a full-time general dermatologist to join an existing practice in Louisville, KY. This location provides a loyal and established patient base and a great opportunity for continued growth. You will practice with other dermatologists, a nurse practitioner and also have access to a MOHS surgeon in the clinic. There is also an opportunity to perform cosmetic procedures at this location.

With Forefront Dermatology you have personal and professional autonomy with the security of a large single specialty practice behind you.

Job Details:

  • Flexible schedule, 4-5 days per week
  • Competitive Base Salary
  • Generous signing bonus
  • Uncapped Productivity Bonus
  • Shareholder Opportunity
  • Relocation Assistance
  • CME reimbursement
  • Generous Benefits, Time Off and Retirement Package

About Louisville:

Sitting along the Ohio River, which divides the northern and the southern U.S., Louisville is a modern metropolitan area steeped in tradition. Each neighborhood offers unique things to do and carries its own dialect. While Louisville certainly exudes the charm befitting a southern area's reputation, the vibrant music and performing arts scene, desire for competitive innovation and farmers markets superseded fried chicken a long time ago.

The two-week Kentucky Derby Festival enhances the region's appeal, attracting visitors from all over the world to gamble and drink mint juleps. Meanwhile, locally owned restaurants and coffee shops make Louisville a culinary destination, with restaurants serving bourbon, produce, meat and dairy products sporting the "Kentucky Proud" label identifying them as Kentucky-grown or Kentucky-made. And bumper stickers that unapologetically carry the "Keep Louisville Weird" slogan, show Louisville residents' strong support of independent businesses.

Learning to pronounce Louisville correctly is the first step to becoming a real Louisvillian. "Lou-uh-vull" (with the "Lou" and the "uh" slightly combining) is the correct pronunciation.

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