Physician: Family Medicine Opportunity in Michigan

An established hospital in Michigan is planning to hire an additional family medicine physician. The facility needs assistance with the high demand from the community. The incoming family medicine physician will see 25 patients per day on average. You will work a five-day work week, and the practice is open from 8:30 am to 5 pm. If you are interested, the facility has an academic affiliation and the opportunity to teach medical students. The facility is accepting candidates who are board certified. An MI license is required to start this position, and CompHealth can assist you with the processing and application. J1 and H1-B visa holders can be supported. You?ll receive a competitive compensation package, a $10K sign-on bonuses, medical and dental benefits, and four weeks of vacation. You?ll also be provided student loan repayment, $12K relocation reimbursement, life insurance, 10 days of CME and a $5K CME stipend, a 401(k) retirement package, and occurrence malpractice coverage. Come live and practice in this Michigan town. It?s located on Lake Michigan and is surrounded by national forest. You will be able to enjoy four distinct seasons of recreational activities, including hiking, rock climbing, kayaking, golfing, bicycling, fishing, sailing, snowshoeing, skiing, swimming, and camping. The schools are some of the best in the nation. Please contact CompHealth and to tell us what you are looking for in a new position. CompHealth can make finding great family medicine jobs simple, less stressful, and personalized to fit your needs. To get started, please contact Arthur Moran at 800-365-8900 or email your CV and references to CompHealth.Quick Facts:Academic affiliation25 patients per dayRare back-up phone call$10K sign-on bonusesStudent loan repaymentSeven weeks of PTO10 days of CME and a $5K stipendOccurrence malpractice insuranceBenefits:Positions 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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