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Permanent Interventional Pain Management Job Detroit, MI

alarm 2 years ago
Posted by MASC Medical
Employer MASC Medical

Job Description

Interventional Pain Physician

Detroit, MI suburb


We are seeking a full time Interventional pain physician for an Orthopedic Spine and Interventional Pain practice. This candidate will work in our facility with a location in a suburb of Detroit, MI. We are seeking an Interventional Pain physician to join the team to work directly with our Orthopedic Spine and Interventional Pain physicians along with mid-levels to treat patients.


Interventional Pain Physician - Compensation & Benefits


Competitive compensation with above market rate for experienced professionals

  • Productivity incentive w/ bonus

  • Malpractice coverage

  • Paid vacation, sick leave, licensing fee Etc

Interventional Pain Physician - Provides clinical and administrative support for provider & patient. Triage and provide medical care to patients of all ages for acute injuries;

  • Consults patients to obtain personal and routine medical data in accordance with established policies and procedures.

  • Counsels and educates patients and families about acute and chronic conditions, medical concerns, or health wellness.

  • Assists providers as requested

  • Refer laboratory work, diagnostic, etc.

  • Administer medications as directed by physician (only Non-Chronic)

  • Reviews medical records regularly to ensure patients needs are addressed

  • Completes all documentation and paperwork in a timely manner within the electronic medical record.

  • Provide excellent patient care and quality service

Interventional Pain Physician - Job Requirement - Orthopedic Spine and Interventional Pain

  • Must have a Medical Degree

  • Understanding of Interventional Pain

  • Must have a Michigan medical license for a Physician

  • Must be a team player and be willing to put the needs of the patients first


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