Physician: Pennsylvania Hospital Needs an OB/GYN

Job Description:
An OB/GYN position is newly available at a hospital in Pennsylvania.
The facility needs an additional physician to help with the high demand from the community.
You will see about 28 patients per day.
The schedule is Monday through Friday 8:30 am to 5:00 pm with a 1:4 call schedule.
You will need to be board certified or board eligible.
You will need a PA license, and CompHealth can help with the processing and application if necessary.
J1 and H-1B visa holders are encouraged to apply.
This hospital-employed position offers a competitive compensation package.
You will also receive loan repayment, medical benefits, three weeks of vacation, relocation reimbursement, life insurance, CME time, a retirement package, and malpractice coverage.
You will enjoy living in this Pennsylvania town.
The area has golf courses and access to outdoor recreation.
The downtown is small, but packs in plenty of history, unique shopping, and eateries into an attractive bundle.
If you or a colleague are interested in this opportunity, please contact CompHealth today.
We are thoroughly trained in your area of focus, so you'll receive knowledgeable answers to your questions and expert help in finding an OB GYN job that fits your exact needs.
To get started, please contact Paul Leifer at 800-365-8900 or email your CV and references to CompHealth.
Quick Facts: 28 patients per day Monday - Friday 8:30 am - 5:00 pm with 1:4 call Board certified or board eligible J1 and H-1B visa holders welcome $235K - $300K salary Loan repayment and relocation reimbursement Medical, life, and malpractice insurance Retirement package
Benefits: Positions open nationwide Specialty-specific recruiting teams Resources for CV writing and acing your interview Help with licensing and credentialing All at no cost to you

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