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Locum Tenens Radiology Job KY

Locum Tenens
Kentucky, KY
55426
alarm 8 days ago
Employer KPG Provider Services

Job Description

Overview

An outpatient health center in Jefferson County, Kentucky is looking to add a Radiologist to their team. The area is known for its incredible arts and entertainment scenes—from the Kentucky Derby to its waterfront music festival, to its community of beautiful Victorian buildings, there’s something in Jefferson County for everyone. Jefferson County also has expansive parklands where you can hike, view wildlife, and walk along the Ohio River. This position is perfect for someone who loves all of the cultural opportunities of city life, while living in one of the safest cities in the US, as well as having easy access to the outdoors.

Position Overview

  • Certification: MD/DO
  • Title: Radiologist
  • Board Status: Board Certified or Board Eligible
  • Residency/Training: Radiology
  • Setting: Outpatient Setting


Compensation & Logistics

  • Position Type: Locum Tenens 1099
  • Availability: Full-Time or Part-Time
  • Scheduling: Starts ASAP. Minimum of one to two weeks a month, Monday-Friday: 8 am-5 pm.


KPG Provider Services is a West Coast Focused Company with offices in Los Angeles and Las Vegas. We are focused on offering the best, most rewarding opportunities while providing excellent compensation and support.

Outstanding service is at the core of our culture. Our Medical Professionals will experience a service relationship characterized by respect, a sense of urgency, and attention to detail.

Our team offers benefits like geographic expertise, understanding commuting times, and top market compensation rates.

In short, we focus intently on the things that matter to you with a commitment to achieve exceptional outcomes. Call us and experience the difference!

For a complete listing of our current openings visit www.kpgproviders.com!

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