Opportunity: Pediatrician - Sulphur Springs
 Opportunity Details
Opportunity Type: Permanent - Full Time
Specialty: Pediatric, General
Location: Sulphur Springs, TX, USA
Region: Rural
Job Position Code: 250687  
Openings: 1
Last Updated: 9/30/2022 2:47:44 PM  
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 Offer Details
Income Details:

Salary negotiable based on experience. 

Signing Bonus: Up tp 10,000 signing bonus
Student Loan Forgiveness:


Relocation Paid: Relocation with receipts up to 10,000
Vacation: Great PTO package!
CME: 0 hours and 2,000 a year
Other Benefits:


  • Health, Life, and Dental Insurance provided
  • Great PTO package!
  • Retirement Pension Available
  • Relocation with receipts up to $10,000
  • 40 hours and $2,000 a year for CME
  • FTCA Malpractice Coverage

 Job Description

In Sulphur Springs, TX: Texas Association of Community Health Centers is seeking a full-time Pediatrician to provide medical care for patients of the center functioning as a physician and member of multi-disciplinary Health Care Team. 

Job Overview:

  • Perform comprehensive physical assessment of patients using observation, inspection, auscultation, palpation and percussion
  • Order or execute various tests, analyses, and diagnostic images to provide information on patient’s condition
  • Prescribe medications and therapies for treatment and preventive care
  • Respond to inquiries from staff and patients regarding preventive health and treatments
  • Report required information including deaths and outbreak of contagious diseases to governmental authorities
  • Plan, promote, demonstrate, recommend and coordinate high standards of medical practice

No agencies, please. TACHC does not accept solicitations from outside recruitment agencies.

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 Job Requirements


  • M.D. from an accredited educational institution
  • Unrestricted licensed to practice medicine in the State of Texas
  • Board Certification in Pediatrics or passage of Board Certification examination within one (1) year of employment
  • 1 year post training experience preferred 

Spanish preferred but not required!

Will accept new graduates!

Come make a difference in Sulphur Springs!
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Community Overview

History & Overview of Sulphur Springs, Texas

Founded as Bright Star in the late 1840’s by pioneers who camped and eventually made their homes near the more than 100 natural springs that bubbled from the land.  The territory was re-charted in 1870, and due to its central location became the county Seat of Hopkins County.  In 1871, it was decided to rename the town Sulphur Springs and market the area as a health resort due to the healing waters that flowed beneath the surface of the Northeast Texas soil.

Currently, Hopkins County is making a name for itself in the equine industry.  The Civic Center houses a 40,000 square foot livestock pavilion and expansion of the complex with an additional 66,000 square feet, complete with 300 new stalls with warm–up arena and wash racks in the final completion stage.  Horse breeders, from as far away as Montana, Maryland, California and Florida have moved their operations into the area.

As the population has grown to more than 16,000 local residents, businesses and services have expanded to support the community’s growth.  Sulphur Springs has a public library, 3,000 acres of parks, a municipal airport, five hotels, more than 50 food service establishments, a 100 bed hospital facility, a police and sheriff department, five banks, and over 115 churches. As the boundaries of the city expanded and industries moved in, the springs for which the town was named were built upon and all but forgotten.

What to Do

Sulphur Springs, also known as “The Celebration City”, is a growing community on Interstate 30 between Texarkana and Dallas.

The signature of the city is Celebration Plaza.  Sulphur Springs has completed a revitalization effort downtown where over 300 events and public activities are hosted in Celebration Plaza each year.  The square has been transformed from a parking lot to a park. It features a splash pad, landscaping, game tables, bistro areas, and a 50-foot flagpole in the center.  Lights dance to music during holidays.  A statue of a soldier from the Korean War was erected and six fantastic veterans walls displaying the names of veterans who have lived or currently live in Hopkins County have been installed.  In addition, the newly renovated courthouse sits on the northeast corner and is viewed as a monument to history.

A lighted, interactive fountain in the shape of the Texas star, illuminated with ultra violet light is a favorite with the kids.  Sulphur Springs also now has a new attraction that’s both whimsical and practical; the only see-through public restrooms in the United States – built with one-way mirrors so people inside can see out, but those outside cannot see in.

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 Contact Information
Contact: Marcia Falloure, Provider Services Specialist
Texas Association of Community Health Centers
5900 Southwest Parkway
Building 3
Austin, TX 78735
Email: mfalloure@tachc.org
Phone: (512) 329-5959
Fax: (512) 329-9189

 Practice Information
Number of physicians in group: 0
Philosophy of the group:

Our mission is to improve the health and lives of those we serve with a commitment to patient-centered excellence in all that we do.

Our vision is to be recognized as a healthcare leader by promoting healthy patient outcomes and inspiring our employees toward personal and professional development.

Our values are compassion, honesty, accountability, network, growth, and excellence.

Practice Description :

Our organization is endorsed as a patient-centered medical home. All five medical sites at this organization are recognized as a Level Two Patient Centered Medical Home by The National Committee for Quality Assurance (NCQA). NCQA is a private, non-profit organization dedicated to improving health care quality.  NCQA accredits and certifies a wide range of health care organizations including hospitals, clinics and insurance companies.

To earn a Level Two recognition, a practice must score high marks in NCQA’s nine elements of quality care. Some of the elements are: access and communication, patient self-management and disease management support, continuous quality improvement, care coordination and team based care.

If you are interested in learning more, or if you have knowledge of an individual who may be seeking an excellent practice opportunity, please contact us.