Physician: General Surgery Job between Kansas City, MO and St. Louis, MO

A general surgery opportunity is now available at a health center in Missouri. A physician is retiring so the facility is reviewing new candidates. The practice includes general surgery with upper and lower scopes required. The call schedule is 1:3. Eligible candidates are board certified or board eligible in general surgery. The ideal general surgeon is looking for a stable position and plans to stay long-term. This position will require a current MO license, and CompHealth can help you with the processing and application. This hospital employed opportunity has a competitive compensation package with additional incentives. You will be offered medical benefits, vacation, relocation reimbursement, a sign-on bonus, life insurance, CME with $5K allowance, a retirement package, and paid malpractice coverage. Come live and practice in this pleasant Missouri town. The area is peaceful, secure, and a great place to raise a family. Residents take pride in the community and its events and festivals. If this opportunity sounds interesting to you, contact your personal CompHealth consultant for more information about this position and to discuss other general surgery jobs that fit your life, your goals, and your schedule. To get started, please contact Ron Bansak at 203.663.9362 or email your CV and references to Ronald.bansak@comphealth.com.Modern hospital with OR endoscopy suitesUpper and lower scopes requiredCall of 1:3Must be BE of BC in general surgeryFull medical benefits, life insurance, and a retirement packageMalpractice paidVacation and CME with $5K allowanceRelocation reimbursement and a sign-on bonusPositions open nationwideSpecialty-specific recruiting teamsResources for CV writing and acing your interviewHelp with licensing and credentialingAll at no cost to you

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