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Absolutely Thin

West Virginia

Part Time

Physician needed to work remotely for Absolutely Thin to see our patients for their required one time face to face visit (and the again annually).

This opportunity is for Physicians to provide a medical evaluation to patients embarking on our 15 year old weight loss program done primarily online. The Physician will prescribe prescription medications to help with patient's weight loss or weight management. Each Physician will have access to their own web portal which will provide you with a list of treating patients to review medical records & set appointments.

This could be great side work / income for ER docs & Anesthesiologists. Also great for retirees.

Reply with your CV today to inquire further about this position.


*Requirements:


Current Licensure in local state to practice medicine & DEA license

Can perform housecalls within a 15-30 mile radius

Must be comfortable prescribing anorectics and the concept of Telemedicine.

Be able to log into the network to complete evaluations and upload necessary documents.

Job is open to all Physicians 


*About Absolutely Thin:

Absolutely Thin has been in practice since 2002 & has a network of providers all over the United States. Absolutely Thin has a huge national database of patients all over the USA who desire our primarily online medical treatment of patients who are either overweight/obese and/or need our online medical treatment for weight loss maintenance and we are expanding to a national (primarily) online medically supervised program restricted to medical treatment of patients overweight and/or desiring treatment for weight loss maintenance to attain and to maintain a healthy weight in a new (primarily) online approach to medical treatment of the number one cause of preventable death (at or about to surpass smoking as the cause of death of 300,000 Americans per year.

 

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