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Physician: Family Practice Opportunity in Iowa

A family practice opportunity is available at a clinic in Iowa. A physician is retiring so the facility is reviewing new candidates. The schedule is Monday to Friday with no nights or weekends, and you can expect to see 18 to 20 patients per day on average. Call will be once or twice per week. You will work with a great group of advanced practice providers and another primary care physician. You can work 100% outpatient, traditional, and even do OB. Eligible candidates are board certified or board eligible. This position will require a current IA license, and CompHealth can help you with the processing and application. Final-year residents and fellows will be considered. J1 and H-1B visa holders can be supported. This hospital-employed opportunity has a competitive compensation package with bonuses. You will be offered medical benefits, PTO, relocation reimbursement, a sign-on bonus, life insurance, CME time, a retirement package, and malpractice coverage. Come live and practice in this quaint city that offers small town atmosphere but with all the conveniences of a much larger metro environment. This is a great family community with excellent schools and recreational activities for the whole family. At CompHealth, we?re experts at matching you with your just-right job. Every step of the way, you?ll be supported by specialty teams comprised of tenured professionals. Our goal is to make a difference in the lives of our providers and the healthcare communities they serve. For inquiries about this opportunity, please call Taylor Wilson at 800-365-8900 or forward your CV to CompHealth.Quick Facts:Family practitioner neededMonday to Friday with no nights or weekendsPhone only call 1 to 2 times per weekBoard certified or board eligibleCompetitive salary and retention bonusFive days CME and $5K stipendSign-on bonus and relocation assistanceCommutable from Des MoinesBenefits: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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