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Outpatient Internal Medicine / Endo

Job Quick Facts 40-hour work week Monday to Friday with alternating Saturdays. See 25-30 patients per day Physician needs clean history and strong clinical skills Dual boarded in internal medicine with endo fellowship Minimal phone only call Active New York license Four weeks of PTO CompHealth Services 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 Description An internist with an endocrinology fellowship is needed at an established multi-specialty group in New York City. The community has growing demand, so the group is accepting new candidates. The schedule is a 40-hour work week, and you will see 25 to 30 patients per day on average. You will work closely with advanced practice providers and IM physicians. The group is accepting candidates who are board certified. A NY license will be required, and the CompHealth licensing team can assist with the processing and application. Final-yearfellows are welcome to apply. You'll receive a competitive compensation package, health benefits, and four weeks of vacation. You'll also be provided CME time, and malpractice insurance. You will enjoy living and working NYC, the city that never sleeps. It is the financial, cultural, and fashion capital of the world with something to do every day at every hour. 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 an IM job opportunity that truly matches your criteria. For more information on this or any other available job, contact CompHealth today. 2422818
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