Permanent Dermatology Physician in Coos bay, Oregon

Dermatology physician employment in Oregon : Mohs Surgeon Opportunity - Oregon Bay Job #10970018 Mohs/ General Dermatology myDermRecruiter is representing a thriving Dermatology private practice in Oregon. Group is seeking a Board Certified/Fellowship Trained Mohs Surgeon to see patients for both Mohs/General Dermatology. Mohs has the potential to grow substantially to get you where you want to be. Very collegial group with 23 locations in two states. This location has been in operation for four decades and this group is looking for the perfect candidate to grow with this very established practice. Full-Time opportunity, 4 days/week See patients for Mohs and general dermatology Experienced and trained administrative and support staff Academic affiliation Highly competitive salary plus percentage of collections Full benefits package including malpractice, 401K and 28 days paid time off Stunning views of the Pacific shoreline. This location is a recreational dream for the outdoor enthusiast with fishing, clamming, bird watching, whale watching, photography and cycling. For immediate consideration, please forward your confidential CV to Terry@myDermRecruiter.com or contact Terry directly at 636-239-1787, Extension 1. Contact: Terry Ferguson Dermatology Recruitment Specialist myDermRecruiter Office: 636-239-1787, Ext. 1 Cell: 636-667-9553 myDermRecruiter is the #1 Dermatology Recruitment Firm in the nation! Whether you are seeking your next career opportunity or need to add a provider to your practice, we can help! View Dermatology Jobs available nationwide atwww.myDermRecruiter.com.
Board Certified or Board Eligible Medical Doctor with or w/o US residency with current US work visa.

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