Physician: General Surgery Opening in Northern Maine JOB-2395822

An established medical center in Maine is planning to hire an additional general surgeon. The facility requires assistance with the high demand from the community. You will work Monday through Friday from 8:00am to 5:00pm with 1:2 call. You will be supported by and another general surgeon. The incoming physician must be able to do endoscopies and C-sections. The facility is accepting candidates who are board certified. You will need an ME license. If you do not currently hold a license in Maine, CompHealth can help you obtain one. J1 and H1-B visa holders can be supported.
For this hospital-employed position, you will receive a competitive compensation package, wRVU incentives, a call stipend, medical benefits, and 25 days of vacation. You will also be provided a sign-on bonus, life insurance, five days of CME time with a $5K stipend, a 403(b) retirement package, and malpractice coverage.
Come live and practice in northern Maine. This is in a riverfront community with scenic views and lakes nearby. It's a lovely and desirable place to settle down.
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To begin talking about this position, contact Trevor Jensen at 800-365-8900 or email your CV and references to CompHealth.Quick Facts:Monday-Friday, 8:00am-5:00pm with 1:2 callJoin one other general surgeonEndoscopies and C-sectionsOpen to J1 and H1-B candidatesHospital-employed with full benefitsCompetitive compensation, incentives, call stipend25 days? vacation, 5 days? CME with $5K403(b) retirement package, sign-on, malpractice coverageBenefits:Our services are free for youWe help negotiate your salary and contractWe coordinate interviews and help with licensesSpecialized recruiters match your career preferencesExperienced support teams take care of every detail

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