Orthopaedic Surgery/Foot & Ankle Position – Western Suburbs
Non-Faculty Physician | Rush Copley Medical Center | Orthopedic Surgery

Established, hospital owned orthopaedic group is adding a full-time BC/BE orthopaedic/foot & ankle physician to manage a full range of foot & ankle injuries.  Candidates must have completed an accredited orthopaedic surgery residency program in addition to a foot and ankle surgery fellowship. This is a tremendous opportunity to practice with one of the largest and most respected groups in the Fox Valley area.  General orthopaedic call is 1:8 with even distribution of weekends and holidays. You’ll have the opportunity to practice full scope of foot/ankle surgery, including hindfoot/ankle reconstruction and trauma with access to excellent referral sources.

This growing practice includes ten physicians, six APPs, an experienced staff and three office locations in the Western Chicago suburbs.  They cover six local high schools as well as Aurora University’s sports programs. The group operates at Rush Copley Medical Center in Aurora, Illinois, part of the Rush System for Health that includes three nationally recognized hospitals and a state of the art outpatient surgery center adjacent to the main office in Aurora.

Offering a competitive, guaranteed salary, productivity and non-productivity incentives as well as a comprehensive benefits package that includes a group claims made malpractice insurance policy with no tail, paid vacation, sick pay, CME reimbursement, medical, dental, life, vision and disability insurance, retirement plan, health care and dependent care spending accounts, child care discounts, tuition reimbursement, free fitness center membership and an employee assistance program. We are surrounded by excellent suburbs including Naperville, which ranked number one among the 228 cities rated for the Best Cities to Raise a Family in America and Cities with the Best Public Schools in America by Niche.com.  The area offers top-notch schools, shopping, dining and overall quality of life just 40 miles west of Chicago.

Interested candidates can contact mandy_bolander@rush.edu for additional information.


Rush University Medical Center is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative action Employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, disability or Protected Veteran status.


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Mandy Bolander
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