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Full Time Hospitalist Job IN

Full Time
Southern, IN
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Posted by CompHealth
Employer CompHealth

Job Description

CompHealth is currently assisting an Indiana hospital with their search for a hospitalist. They need assistance with the growing patient census and are adding nocturnists to their program. Your schedule will be a 7 on and 7 off block from 7 pm to 7 am. You will work with 2 APRNs on the night shift and cover 10 to 25 admissions as a team. Candidates must be BC if more than 1 year out of residency. They are open to IM or FP candidates with current hospitalist experience that can start in 60 to 90 days as their need is now.

This hospital-employed opportunity has a competitive base salary, incentives, and a full hospital benefits package. You will be offered medical/dental/vision life insurance, long-term disability, relocation assistance, a sign-on bonus, CME, 403(b) and 457 retirement plans, and malpractice insurance.

If this opportunity sounds interesting to you, contact CompHealth for more information about this position and to discuss other jobs that fit your life, your goals, and your schedule.

To get started, contact Gary Nishizaki directly at 954.837.2697 or send your CV to Refer to job #2661527.

  • Stable and secure employed position with a top hospital system in the region
  • Hospital located on the IN/KY border is commutable from Louisville, KY
  • Nocturnist 7 on/7 off block schedule from 7 pm to 7 am
  • Work with 2 APRNs at night on the admissions
  • Closed ICU
  • Competitive base salary, incentives, and full hospital benefits package
  • 403(b) and 457 retirement plans
  • Relocation and sign-on bonus
  • 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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