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Full Time Physiatry Job MI

Full Time
Michigan, MI
alarm 2 days ago
Posted by CompHealth
Employer CompHealth

Job Description

A pain practice located in Michigan is seeking a pain physician to join their team due to growth. They will consider a PM&R, anesthesia, or neurology residency. You will see general interventional pain procedures including all injections, RFA, discogram, medial branch blocks, stimulator trials and implants, pump trials, kyphoplasty, epidurals, etc. They are open to someone to bring more procedures to them, so they can continue to grow. For example pump implants, micro ultra sound for carpal tunnel, etc. There is also mid-level support with many procedures such as pumps, EMGs (if PM&R resident), and medication management.

This employed opportunity has a competitive base salary plus a lucrative production bonus. You will be offered full benefits including malpractice coverage and 4 weeks of vacation to start.

CompHealth is a national leader in healthcare staffing, serving providers in more than 100 specialties. With available positions in all 50 states, we can help you find an opportunity in the area and type of facility that best fits your needs.

If you are interested, contact Karen Duffy directly at 203.663.9382 or email your CV and references to

  • Base salary plus lucrative production bonus
  • Full benefits plus malpractice and 4 weeks of vacation to start
  • General interventional pain management
  • Mid-level support with many procedures
  • Office has 7 physicians plus PA, NP, and MA
  • Board certified, or board-eligible resident
  • Will consider a PM&R, anesthesia, neurology residency
  • Detroit metro area
  • 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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