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Physician: Family Medicine Physician Opening in Southern NJ JOB-2393137

CompHealth is currently assisting a New Jersey clinic with their search for a family medicine physician. The facility needs assistance with the high demand from the community and the growing a practice. Your schedule will be 36 scheduled clinical hours per week plus 4 administrative hours. The call schedule is phone-only every 10 weeks. You will see 15 to 25 patients per day on average. You will need to be board certified. This position will require an NJ license, and CompHealth can help you obtain one. Final-year residents are welcome to apply.
This hospital-employed opportunity has a competitive compensation package with productivity and quality incentives. You will be offered medical benefits, 10-15 days of vacation, relocation assistance, $30K a sign-on, $4K CME stipend, a 401(k) retirement package with a three percent match, and occurrence malpractice insurance.
Come live and practice in the heart of Southern New Jersey?s bustling medical and university downtown enclave. You will be able to enjoy downtown's shopping, dining, and events or all the amenities in nearby Philadelphia, PA.
Having someone to support you before, during, and after you start your new job makes all the difference. CompHealth will take stress off your plate, and get you a new family medicine job that you will love.
For inquiries about this opportunity, please contact Shari Berman directly at 800-365-8900 or email your CV and references to CompHealth.Quick Facts:Outpatient only15-25 patients per day36 scheduled clinical hours, 4 administrative hoursPhone-call every tenth weekCompetitive salary with productivity and quality incentives$30K a sign-on bonus401(k) retirement, 3% matchOccurrence malpractice insuranceBenefits:Our services are free for youWe help negotiate your salary and contractWe coordinate interviews and help with licensesSpecialized recruiters match your career preferencesExperienced support teams take care of every detail

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