Physician: Primary Care Physician Need in Southeast Alabama, Loan Repayment

CompHealth is currently assisting a private, nonprofit clinic in Alabama with their search for a family medicine physician. The facility needs a primary care physician to take over for a retiring physician. The schedule is Monday through Friday from 8:00am to 5:00pm and you will see 20 to 25 patients per day on average. You must be board certified or board eligible. You will need an Alabama medical license, and CompHealth's licensing team can help you with the processing and application if necessary. This employed opportunity has a competitive compensation package with an annual bonus. You will be offered FQHC loan repayment, medical benefits, vacation, relocation assistance, a sign-on, life insurance, $3000 and 5 days for CME, $1500 allowance for books and journals, cell phone reimbursement, a retirement package, and Federal Tort Claims Act malpractice insurance. This position is located in a quiet and prosperous Alabama town. It has a low living cost, good entertainment outlets, and a plenty of parks and recreation nearby. The gulf coast is only a little over an hour away. We invite you to contact your personal CompHealth consultant and experience the reason we are consistently named 'Best in Staffing' by our clients and providers. We're experts at matching you with just-right family medicine jobs. If you are interested, please contact Arthur Moran at 203.###.#### or email your CV and references to ...@comphealth.com.100 percent outpatient20 to 25 patients per dayMonday-Friday, 8:00am-5:00pmCurrent physician retiringThree-year guaranteed base$3000 and 5 days for CME, $1500 for books and journalsFederal Tort claims malpracticeLoan repaymentPositions open nationwideSpecialty-specific recruiting teamsResources for CV writing and acing your interviewHelp with licensing and credentialingAll at no cost to you
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