We have a superb outpatient clinic opportunity for an Internal Medicine Physician to provide soldier separation physicals and soldier medical review and screening for deployment readiness at Ft. Bliss in El Paso, TX.
This position offers an outstanding compensation package as an Independent Contractor with an excellent work/life balance
Duty hours are Monday through Friday, daytime hours, with no on-call or weekends*
(*there may be an occasional Saturday scheduled every three months and Sunday scheduled once per year)
Malpractice Insurance is included.
Lodging or relocation assistance is available
1. At least two years experience in the last three years working as a full-time physician
2. Possession of a current, valid and unrestricted state license from any of the 50 U.S. States
3. Board Certified or Board Eligible in area of specialty
(For a review of El Paso, please see below)
For more information, please forward your CV via fax (513-984-4909: Attn: Tom) or email to Tom Thaman ( firstname.lastname@example.org )
Account Manager - Healthcare Services
El Paso has many unique aspects to enjoy.
It has all of the attributes of a major, emerging metropolitan core (est. 700,000 population), while at the same time, maintaining distinct, friendly and safe neighborhoods to live in.
Averaging 302 days of sunshine annually (or 83% of daylight hours per the National Weather Service), El Paso is known as "The Sun City".
With year round, non-humid, climate conditions, El Paso offers numerous outdoor recreation activities for the daring and non-daring: biking, hiking, rock-climbing, horseback riding, live horse racing track, swimming, golf, tennis, camping, festivals, concerts, skiing (3 hours north in Ruidoso, NM), the Annual Sun Bowl (college football), and professional AAA baseball.(team name, Chihuahuas)
El Paso offers bountiful educational and cultural opportunities through the University of Texas El Paso (UTEP), Texas Tech University Health Science Branch, New Mexico State University (45 miles north), and 18 museums and numerous other art galleries.
Like many mid-sized cities, downtown El Paso is experiencing its own urban renaissance offering appealing contemporary housing, along with exciting new dining, entertainment and socializing events in its urban core.
From a travel standpoint, El Paso is the southwests epicenter to the Pacific and Gulf coasts and southern Rocky Mountains. For instance, one 10-hour drive can take an El Pasoan west to San Diego, north to Denver, or east to Corpus Christi/Houston. Not interested in driving, the El Paso International airport is user friendly with many great flight options.
Just 45 miles north of El Paso is Las Cruces, NM, an area also known for great housing and retirement opportunities. Las Cruces is the epicenter to numerous satellite communities that focus on southwest culture, history, food, arts and crafts.
With population growth expected in both El Paso and Las Cruces, the distance between both cities seem to diminish every year. Commuting for work, entertainment or leisure activity between both cities is quite common.