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  • New rehab hospital opening 2/24 in central WI
  • Be part of growing network of over 60 hospitals
  • High-end compensation
  • Great opportunities for program development
  • Welcoming medical staff to promote your services
  • Work/life balance as the medical care provided by the local primary care doctors
  • Perfect balance of city and country – festivals,farmer’s markets, live music, marathons, theater, art museums, specialty shops
  • Four seasons of fun, both indoor and outdoor, to include skiing, kayaking, a baseball team and a soccer complex

Physiatry Medical Director or Staff Practice Opportunity in WI with aerial view of Wausau, WI

Facility Features:

  • Work with certified rehabilitation registered nurses (CRRN) as well as nurses with certification in ACLS (advanced cardiac life support).
  • The therapy services include PT, OT, ST and RT
  • The Executive Management Team has had an outstanding success in the healthcare arena with collectively over a century of experience and knowledge in running successful LTACH hospitals, rehabilitation hospitals and outpatient facilities.
  • A specialty healthcare company focused on providing high quality post-acute care in the most efficient and cost-effective setting


  • Provide inpatient care, outpatient possible as there are no physiatrists in the area doing general outpatient work
  • General PM&R diagnoses
  • You can also do program development work in stroke, pain management, ortho, outpatient and more.
  • The Medical Director approves admissions
  • You are the consultant
  • Wide variety of diagnoses


  • The primary care physicians cover medical


  • Employee, although not the traditional employee modal as the position fosters independence


  • Base salary plus incentive based on RVU’s


  •  Comprehensive to include health, malpractice insurance, paid vacation, long- and short-term disability and more

Community Features:

  • Greater Wausau is made up of multiple municipalities with amazing experiences!  Popular events include Taste N Glow Balloon Festival, Wings Over WausauHmong Wausau FestivalWausau’s ARTrageous WeekendInternational Ginseng Festival(bi-annually), and Wisconsin Valley Fair.
  • Winter and Summer Farmers Markets, Downtown Wausau Concert Series, with free live music and dining in the street to the 400 Blockevery Wednesday in the summer, and Pizza on the Farm at Stoney Acres.
  • Outdoor rec and sporting events include the Wausau Marathonand Badger State Games to IronBull adventure races, or Wausau Whitewater Kayak Park,
  • The Grand Theatershowcases national artists and Broadway productions. Malarkys, Intermission, The Garage, Polack Inn, Limericks Public House, Glass Hat, Cop Shoppe, Chatterbox, and more places regularly feature rock, punk, metal, folk, singer-songwriter, jazz, pop and world music!
  • The Wisconsin River runs through Wausau
  • 39,994 – city population; 134,063 – area population
  • Nearly one-third of the Marathon County economy is based in manufacturing, with the balance in the service industry.Prominent industries include paper manufacturing, insurance, home manufacturing, and tourism. The Wausau region has a lower than average unemployment rate and continues a steady growth in job creation and economic viability among manufacturers and service providers alike
  • Wausau is home to the University of Wisconsin– Stevens Point at Wausaua two-year university satellite campus of the University of Wisconsin-Stevens Point. The University houses the Wisconsin Public Radio Station. The city is also home of Northcentral Technical College, a two-year technical college.  It is also home to a number of satellite campuses of other colleges, including Upper Iowa UniversityLakeland CollegeRasmussen CollegeMedical College of Wisconsin, and Globe University.
  • Sports – The Wausau Woodchucksbaseball team of the Northwoods League, an NCAA summer baseball league, plays home games at the Athletic Park in Wausau. The Wausau Woodchucks were formerly known as the Wisconsin Woodchucks. Woody Woodchuck is the mascot of the Woodchucks.
    • The Wausau River Hawks baseball team of the Dairyland League, a Wisconsin Baseball Association summer baseball league, plays home games at Athletic Park in Wausau. The Wausau River Hawks were formerly known as Wausau Precision.[45]
    • Granite Peak Ski Areaoffers downhill skiing at nearby Rib Mountain. The 700-ft mountain is the highest skiable mountain in the state and one of the highest vertical drops in the Midwest.[46] It first became a ski area in 1937, when Wausau residents cleared six runs by hand, installed the nation’s longest ski lift, and built a chalet with stone quarried nearby. Granite Peak has 74 runs and seven ski lifts.[47] Granite Peak earned Ski Magazine’s #1 ranking in Wisconsin, Upper Michigan and Minnesota.[citation needed]
    • Wausau hosts the annual Badger State Winter Games.
    • Wausau is home to a kayakcourse which has hosted numerous regional, national, and world competitions over the last two decades. Nine Mile Recreation Area hosts many running, skiing, biking, and other outdoor events each year. The annual 24 hour mountain biking race has served as the USA Cycling 24-Hour Mountain Bike National Championships in past years.[48][49][50] Ragnar relay began hosting a trail event at Nine Mile Recreation Area in 2016. Downhill flow machine built mountain bike trails were constructed and opened in 2017 at Sylvan Hill County Park.[51]
    • Wausau is also home to the Wausau Curling Club, with an eight-sheet ice surface. A new curling facility was finished in February 2013. The new curling facility is located next to the former Holtz-Krause Landfill. The new facility has an Olympic size ice rink and will allow for curling tournaments, national and world championship games.[52]
    • In the summers local softball teams come together to play softball at the Sunnyvale Softball Complex which possesses five softball fields and two volleyball courts. Men’s, Women’s, JO, and Slow and Fast pitch are played at the softball complex.[53]
    • Soccer complex

Culture – From Broadway Musicals at The Grand Theater to Jazz on the River to Blues at Big Bull Falls Blues Fest to Americana at Whitewater Music Hall.  Art?  Three world-class museums, galleries and community events like Chalk Fest, ArtRageous and amazing Murals abound.  Central Wisconsin has an abundance of creativity for you to enjoy!

  • The Wausau area’s thriving arts community offers an intriguing variety of visual arts.  You can always count on a fascinating exhibition at the Woodson Art Museum, including their annual Birds in Art exhibition with more than 120 all-new original artworks from around the world interpreted in oil, watercolor, the graphic arts, bronze and stone.  A total of ten to twelve exhibitions throughout the year bring the world of art to north central Wisconsin at this always free museum.  The Center for the Visual Artshas rotating exhibits that showcase the works of local and regional artists in the Caroline S. Mark Gallery and the newly renovated Vault Gallery. The new Wausau Museum of Contemporary Art is already becoming a Central Wisconsin treasure, providing unique exhibits and experiences. WMOCA inspires visitors from throughout the nation to understand and appreciate the art of our time.
  • If you are looking for some unique activities or culture you can find it here in Marathon County.  Music abounds at venues likeIntermissions to the 400 Block outdoor stage.  There is ballet, classical symphony, local community theater and agricultural enrichment.  Wausau is also home to the Hmong Museum, From Laos to America. This museum tells the story of the Hmong culture and how they made their way into Central Wisconsin. You can also visit the Wausau World Market

Shopping – Wausau’s Downtown River District offers a blend of big-city style and small-town atmosphere. Take a leisurely stroll through downtown Wausau to experience a mix of unique specialty shops.

  • Visit the beautiful and historic Washington Square and Third Street Lifestyle Centerfor a variety of options including sophisticated clothing, specialty gifts, and artwork.
  • Rib Mountain Driveis one of the largest retail districts in the area, offering nationally favorite brands. Home to major stores such as Wal-Mart, Best Buy, Kohl’s, Petco, Barnes & Noble Bookstore, Dick’s Sporting Goods, and more. You could spend a better part of the day going from store to store and check-off most everything on your shopping list.
  • Rothschild, Schofield and Westonhost a number of specialty shops, Includes many stores such as a golf and hockey equipment retailer, and a shop to pick up your favorite Wisconsin team’s fan gear.

Nightlife – Music enthusiasts get ready to groove to the rhythm of talented musicians performing across various venues throughout the city. Whether you prefer soulful jazz, energetic rock, or acoustic tunes, you’ll discover multiple live music options to satisfy your musical cravings. Check out renowned establishments such as The Grand Theater, where nationally acclaimed artists and bands take the stage or catch local acts at cozy venues like Malarkey’s Pub and Whitewater Music Hall.

  • When it’s time to unwind and enjoy a drink with friends or meet new people, Wausau offers a fantastic selection of bars and lounges. From lively sports bars like Wiggly, where you can cheer on your favorite teams, to cozy pubs like The Glass Hat, you’ll find a welcoming atmosphere at every corner. Sip on crafted cocktails, savor local brews, or try unique concoctions mixed by talented bartenders who take pride in their creations. Discover hidden gems like Kin & Kind,a friendly neighborhood beer bar with the largest selection of canned craft beverages, or visit the buzzing nightlife hub on Third Street for an unforgettable bar-hopping experience.

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