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Permanent Family Practice Physician in Glassboro, New Jersey

Family Practice physician job in New Jersey : VISTA's Permanent Placement Division is seeking an exceptional BE/BC Family Medicine physician to join a large growing organization in a suburb of Philadelphia. A few highlights of this permanent full-time position include: OpportunityBenefits: Facilities are affiliated with a large health system Work amongst caring and professional support from an operational leadership network of 100+ employed physicians 100% outpatient Telephone call responsibility is typically 1:10 36 scheduled clinical hours plus 4 administrative hours State-of-the-art technology and equipment Teaching and leadership opportunities EMR (All hospital-based services and employed physician practices are now on the same EMR system) Within reason, physicians have flexibilityon how they structure their schedules Depending on location you could work solo or with up to 5 others 3-4 patients/hour No weekend or holiday requirements Base salary range is $185,000 - $220,000 Comprehensive benefit package Potential loan repayment 500,000 people within our primary service area Philadelphia suburb Easy access to large metropolitan city for nice dinners, theater, concerts, and sporting events; while working in the comfortable surroundings of a wide-open environment with little to no traffic (an excellent area for outdoor activities such as golf, running/bicycling/hiking, hunting, fishing, etc. New Jersey beaches (Atlantic City, Cape May, etc) are less than one hour away. New York City, Baltimore, and Washington DC are within a 2-hour drive To learn more, please contact a VISTA recruiter today!
Board Certified or Board Eligible Medical Doctor with or w/o US residency with current US work visa.


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