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Cardiac Electrophysiology Physician

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Fidelis Partners Augusta , GA 30901

Posted 2 months ago

Cardiac Electrophysiology Physician

Southeastern Opportunity Near Coast

Join a patient-oriented practice with a well-established Healthcare System thats been serving the state of Georgia for over 100 years!

Hospital-employed practice, join a growing and busy 581 bed facility with 22 Cardiology group/ 9 non-invasive/ 2 EPs
6-weeks paid time off
Competitive salary + benefits + retirement
Extractions a must
Visa candidates will be considered
Leave rural life behind! Enjoy endless amenities, fine dining and unrivaled outdoor beauty. All in a picturesque Georgia metro!

Home and host to the Annual Masters Golf Tournament
Enjoy popular attractions and music venues
Golfing, hiking, museums, camping, Riverwalk
Low cost of living compared to national average
Award winning private and public schools
To be considered for this opportunity, please contact us at or forward your CV to .
Job ID: ICE 4641610
For more Cardiac Electrophysiology positions, visit us online at or on Twitter @FidelisMP. You may also fax your CV to . All inquiries are considered confidential.

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Cardiac Electrophysiology Physician

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Fidelis Partners