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Permanent Hospitalist Job Unknown, MA

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JOB-2660162
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Posted by CompHealth
Employer CompHealth

Job Description

A hospital in Massachusetts needs a daytime hospitalist. The incoming physician will work a block schedule with shifts from 7 am to 7 pm. You will see an average of 14 to 17 patients per day with advanced practitioner support provided. The hospital has an ICU and full subspecialty support, no procedures are required. The facility welcomes both board certified and board eligible candidates and you will be working under an experienced medical director. If you do not have an active MA medical license, CompHealth has a team dedicated to help you obtain one.

This employed position offers a competitive compensation package and bonuses. You will also receive relocation assistance, a sign-on bonus, health and dental benefits, life and disability insurance, PTO, CME stipend, a pension plan, 403(b) retirement plan, and malpractice coverage.

At CompHealth our goal is to ensure that your interaction with us is seamless and stress-free from start to finish. Every step of the way, you will be supported by specialty teams comprised of tenured professionals with decades of collective experience finding jobs.

If you are interested, please reach out to Kim Constantin at 954.837.2659 or email your CV and references to kim.constantin@comphealth.com. Refer to job #2660162.

  • 7 on and 7 off block schedule from 7 am to 7 pm
  • Average of 14 to 17 patients per shift
  • ICU, no procedures required
  • Full subspecialty support
  • Work under an experienced medical director
  • Looking for physicians to start asap
  • 15 minutes from Providence, RI
  • 35 to 40 minutes from Boston
  • Our services are free for you
  • We help negotiate your salary and contract
  • We coordinate interviews and help with licenses
  • Specialized recruiters match your career preferences
  • Experienced support teams take care of every detail

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