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Women's Health Internist & Primary Care MA

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Nehcr Boston , MA 02127

Posted 2 months ago

Excellent opportunity to join a stable and successful 11 physician practice in Boston, MA.
At this time seeking a full-time board certified/eligible General Internist to join their practice.
Our primary care physicians deliver exceptional care with both passion and purpose.

Full-time position. Would like to be 0.75 to 1.0 FTE.
Schedule: this position requires 5 days per week
This internal medicine physician group provides health screening, comprehensive diagnostic work-ups, treatment and long-term care.
Outpatient laboratory, radiology and specialty services are available on site. We offer:
competitive salaries and benefit programs
diverse primary care practice locations
state-of-the-art EMR and enterprise data warehousing
world-class integrated specialty network
professional development programs

NCQA PCHM recognized
embedded services within practices
piloting innovative delivery models (e-visits, etc.)
opportunities to teach medical students and residents
on-site services including specialties, imaging and more.

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