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Full Time Dermatology Job Saint Louis, MO

Full Time
Saint Louis, MO
D 9483369
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Posted by Curative
Employer Fidelis Partners

Job Description

$350,000+ annual earning potential
St. Louis, Missouri

Job Requirements:

  • Profession: Physician
  • MD/DO Degree Required
  • Board Certified or Board Eligible Physician
  • Valid Medical License
Join an established dermatology practice with a loyal patient base. A high patient demand in the St. Louis area requires adding a dermatologist to the team. A well-trained staff supports several board-certified dermatologists, all eager to support a new physician. Shareholder opportunity is available for this position.

• $350,000 salary + uncapped productivity bonus
• $50,000 sign-on bonus
• Relocation up to $15,000
• State-of-the art Dermatopathology Lab
• 401(k) with employer match
• Profit Sharing
• 4 weeks PTO plus holidays
• Comprehensive benefits include malpractice insurance, medical coverage, CME and 401(k) retirement and planning

Famous for the Gateway Arch and known as the Gateway City, St. Louis is a big city with a rich history and a bright future. St. Louis certainly has no shortage of things to do and see. During spring and summer you can cheer on the St. Louis Cardinals and in the winter cheer on the St. Louis Blues. Thrill seekers can check out Six Flags St. Louis while those who want something more laid back might enjoy the St. Louis Zoo.

Families should definitely stop by the City Museum and the Magic House, the region’s first interactive children’s museum. The home of Anheuser-Busch Brewery, take a tour of the brewery and make sure to visit the home of the famous Budweiser Clydesdales.

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

Job ID: D 9483369

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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