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Physician: Outpatient IM Physician Job in PA

Job Description:
A hospital in Pennsylvania needs additional internal medicine support ASAP.
The community has growing demand, so the facility is reviewing new candidates.
The schedule is Monday to Friday, 8:00am to 5:00pm with 1:5 phone only call.
You can expect to see 20 to 25 patients per day on average.
You will be supported by advanced practice providers and other IM physicians.
The facility requires that you be board certified or board eligible.
A PA license will be required, and CompHealth can assist you with the process.
Final-year residents and fellows are welcome to apply.
This hospital-employed position offers a competitive compensation package and bonuses.
You will also receive relocation reimbursement, a sign-on bonus, medical benefits, PTO, life insurance, CME time, a 401K or 403B retirement package, and malpractice coverage.
This is an excellent opportunity to work with a great organization where you can share your skills and expertise.
With access to the largest bank of temporary and permanent positions nationwide, CompHealth will help you find a practice opportunity that truly matches your criteria.
For more information on this or any IM jobs, contact CompHealth today.
If you are interested, call Joe Loglisci at 800-365-8900 or email your CV and references in confidence to CompHealth.
Quick Facts: Outpatient only Monday to Friday, 8:00am to 5:00pm 20 to 25 patients per day 1:5 phone call only RVU bonus Immediate need Employed position with productivity bonus Comprehensive benefits
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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