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Full Time Dermatopathology Job Green Bay, WI

Full Time
Green Bay, WI
D 9483368
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Posted by Curative
Employer Fidelis Partners

Job Description

Dermatologist and Mohs surgeon
Green Bay, Wisconsin

Job Requirements:

  • Profession: Physician
  • MD/DO Degree Required
  • Board Certified or Board Eligible Physician
  • Valid Medical License
Join an existing dermatology practice with a loyal and established patient base. This practice experiences top reimbursement rates and has a great opportunity for growth. The facility is set in a beautiful location and features in-house Mohs surgery suites. The team includes an experienced, well trained staff who are eager to support a new physician. This Mohs surgeon position is available due to a physician retirement. General Dermatologists and Mohs surgeons apply today!

• Competitive salary + uncapped productivity based on collections
• $100,000 sign-on bonus
• Relocation up to $15,000
• State-of-the art Dermatopathology Laboratory
• Profit Sharing
• 4 weeks PTO plus holidays
• Comprehensive benefits include malpractice insurance, medical coverage, CME and 401(k) retirement and planning

Green Bay is rich in history, industry, agriculture, entertainment, and much more. It is one of the most progressive and rapidly growing cities in Wisconsin while still retaining the most beautiful and charming residential suburbs. Green Bay and its surrounding communities boast a low cost of living that’s tough to beat. From the cost of housing, dining, recreation, goods and services, utilities, taxes, college tuition, food, health, and transportation, in Green Bay you get much more than you pay for!

To be considered for this opportunity, please contact us at (866) 995-6077 or forward your CV to

Job ID: D 9483368

For more job opportunities, visit us online at or follow us on Twitter @FidelisMP. You may also fax your CV to (949) 325-7011. All inquiries are considered confidential.

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