Internal Medicine Physician - Outpatient

Integrity Placement Group Boston , MA 02212

Posted 1 week ago

Internal Medicine Physician- Outpatient

The Company: Our client is a non-profit, multicultural, community health center. Our client began providing services in 1994 in a mobile medical van operating out of a church parking lot. In its efforts to meet the health care needs of the community, they constructed a new $17 million community health center, and began seeing patients in this new facility in November 2007.

The Position: Internal medicine doctors specialize in diagnosis, treatment, and prevention of disease in their adult patients. They are trained to offer care for a wide variety of health conditions and to counsel their patients on prevention and overall wellness. Our client is offering the following compensation and benefits:

  • $200,000+ depending on experience
  • Full benefits (health, vision, dental)
  • 34 days of PTO
  • 403b with 3% match
  • STD + LTD
  • Life Insurance
  • Relocation assistance available
  • 50k in student loan repayment through NHSC
  • And much, much more!

Requirements:

  • Board Certified in Internal Medicine
  • Active Massachusetts license

Responsibilities:

  • Monday- Friday (8am- 5pm)
  • Seeing 20+ patients per day
  • No nights
  • No weekends
  • Call by phone only Call by phone only

• Please apply
• or
• send resume to Justin@theipgteam.com
• or
• https://integrityplacementgroup.com/open_positions/

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