Full Time Emergency Medicine Job Baltimore, MD
A hospital group in Maryland needs additional emergency medicine support. The schedule is varied with 8, 10, and 12-hour shifts. You will be supported by advanced practice providers and specialist physicians. The facility requires that you be board certified or board eligible in ABEM. A current MD license will be required. If you do not currently hold a license in Maryland, CompHealth's licensing team can assist you with the process and application.
You will receive a competitive compensation package, bonuses, a $50k sign-on and retention bonus, and relocation reimbursement. You will also be provided CME time, a retirement plan, medical benefits, vacation/PTO, and malpractice coverage as part of the University of Maryland benefits package.
Come live and practice in Baltimore, Maryland. This city has a beautiful harbor area with great shops and eateries, the Baltimore Orioles stadium, beautiful historic buildings, and plenty of entertainment. You can choose to live in a historic rowhome right in the city or live in one of the attractive suburbs.
To learn more about this opportunity or other CompHealth Emergency Medicine opportunities please contact Julian Jaramillo at 954-837-2673 or email at: Julian.Jaramillo@comphealth.com
- Join large and established group with mid-level support - very little turnover in the ER network
- Mostly 10- and 12-hour shifts. Some eight hour shifts
- Lucrative sign-on bonus
- Generous PTO payout
- Close proximity to Baltimore, DC, and Philadelphia
- Very competitive compensation with bonus based on RVU and professionalism
- Full health benefits for physician and family, unique options for CME credits
- Location is home to legendary seafood, gorgeous beaches, and other hidden treasures
- 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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