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Locum Physician-Primary Care (Pcp)

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Relode El Paso , TX 79901

Posted 4 months ago

We are seeking qualified physicians for a El Paso, TX based locum opportunity in a correctional setting. Please note, the clearance process takes 3-4 weeks once the facility paperwork has been completed.
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We provide managed health care for offenders in more than 100 adult and juvenile correctional facilities through out the state. We offer medical, dental, and health services to more than 126,000 patients, or some 80% of the state's inmate population.
We're also among the world's leader in telemedicine and electronic medical records applications. With 4 million documented patient encounters per year, we are known for our innovative programs and creative solutions in the fields of correctional health care in jails, state prisons, juvenile detention centers and federal prisons.
*This is a contract position.
Estimate based on anticipated hourly bill rate multiplied by expected hours billed per month minus actual pay rate, expenses (including but not limited to malpractice, credentialing, travel, taxes, benefits, etc). How much you actually make may vary depending on schedules, shifts, location, and other factors.*
*Locum - Rotating two weeks on/two weeks off Starting first week of November, initial booking of 3 months.
Schedule details:
•11/4/2018 - 2/2/2019

•5 days/week
•8 hour shifts


Physicians will be required to meet the following criteria in order to be qualified for this position:
•Board Eligible or Board Certified
Licensed in the state of Texas
•Drug Enforcement Agency and Texas Department of Public Safety controlled substances registration certificates.
Benefits:
• Travel costs covered
•Malpractice insurance covered

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