Physician: Primary Care Position in Coastal Oregon with Partnership

Job Description:
A medical group in Washington needs additional primary care physician support.
The community has growing demand, so the group is reviewing new candidates.
The schedule is a four day work week, and you can expect to see 22 patients per day on average.
You will be supported by advanced practice providers and other PC physicians.
Call will be 1:4.
The group requires that you be board certified or board eligible.
A WA license will be required, and CompHealth can assist you with the process.
Final-year residents and fellows are welcome to apply.
This partnership-track position offers a competitive compensation package and bonuses.
You will also receive relocation reimbursement, a sign-on bonus, medical benefits, four weeks of PTO, life insurance, CME time, a retirement package, and malpractice coverage.
Come live and practice in Coos Bay, the largest city on the Oregon coast which provides all the amenities of a larger city but the friendliness and manageability of a small town.
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 PC jobs, contact CompHealth today.
If you are interested, please call Tina Oko directly at 800-365-8900 or email your CV and references to CompHealth.
Quick Facts: Primary care physician needed 15-22 patients per day Call schedule 1:4 with hospitalists taking call at night Four day work week Work in the hospital in the morning, office in the afternoon Two year partnership tract Competitive comp and benefits Beautiful location with all outdoor activities available
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