Telemedicine Physician (Remote - Nationwide)

Vituity Salem , OR 97301

Posted 2 months ago

With our comprehensive systems of support, you can focus your attention where you want it to be-on patient care and outcomes.

Join the Vituity Team. Vituity Telemedicine is dedicated to bringing healthcare solutions and clinical excellence to patients through virtual Urgent Care visits using real time audio-visual engagement. We are one of the largest physician-owned and managed practice groups in the United States with leadership comprised of practicing clinicians just like you. As an owner from day one, you become an equal and valued partner, with the potential to make contributions that impact real change. You will have access to our national network of physician partners who thrive on collaboration and take a vested interest in your success. We believe that a group unified by the joy of improving health succeeds on all levels.

Vituity Telemedicine Locations: Remote opportunities available for Physicians licensed in the following states: AZ, ID, IN, KS, MO, NV, NJ, OR, WA, & WI.

The Impact

  • Vituity is bringing the Partnership model to Telemedicine! What does this mean? Physician-owned and physician managed.

  • Work from home providing Urgent Care appointments through virtual visits from anywhere within the United States.

  • Join an experienced and motivated team of top-quality physicians in a rapidly expanding, virtual care practice line providing digital healthcare when patients need it most.

The Opportunity

  • Seeking Board Certified Physicians across the country with specialties focused in Urgent Care, Family Medicine, Emergency Medicine, & Internal Medicine.

  • Flexibility to work full-time, part-time, and per diem shifts.

  • Minimum of 24 hours/month required. Commitment of 50 hours/month is a plus.

  • Shifts will be scheduled to ensure 24/7 coverage.

  • Must be licensed in one of the states providing Vituity telemedicine services.

  • Malpractice covered by the practice.

  • Multiple state licenses a plus.

  • Applicants only. No agencies please.

Our passion for patient care unifies us across practice sites and specialties. We know that when we work together as an integrated healthcare team, we can exceed the expectations of our patients. If you're looking for a partnership where you can transform your practice with a team of physicians who strive to balance great work with a full life-contact us today.

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