Hospitalist Jobs in Virginia
Monday · January 20, 2020
1 Job in The Old Dominion
Photo: Backyard view of a Virginia Bearch suburb built around a pond.
This hospitalist job was previously available. It is displayed here for reference.
The annual salary for this job depends on experience.
This permanent hospitalist job is from a hospital-owned practice.
- The incoming physician will see 17 to 20 patients per day on average.
- Walk along Main Street's brick sidewalks to see 19th-century architecture.
- We can connect you with jobs in the location, and with the perks, that are essential to you.
- They welcome board certified internal medicine and family practice physicians.
- Need a physician that can start Asap.
- Work 14, 12-hour shifts per every 28 days.
- A hospital in Virginia is planning to hire a physician.
- It is located west of the Potomac River between southern Maryland and northern Virginia, inland from Chesapeake Bay.
- If you do not currently hold a license in Virginia, CompHealth has a dedicated team to help you obtain one.
- Experienced support teams take care of every detail.
- Let CompHealth know what's important to you.
- 35 minutes to Dulles Airport in DC.
- You will also be provided relocation assistance, AD and life insurance, medical/dental/vision benefits, CME time, a 401k retirement plan, and malpractice coverage.
- Open ICU.
- Our services are free for you.
- They are looking for a daytime hospitalist to work 14, 12-hour shifts every 28 days.
- Board certified IM or FP welcomed.
- All day shifts.
- To begin talking about this position,.
- Specialized recruiters match your career preferences.
- You will receive a competitive base salary plus wRVUs.
- We help negotiate your salary and contract.
- The ideal candidate will be able to start by the end of the year.
- Warrenton is nestled in Virginia's picturesque Piedmont region where horses graze and wineries abound.
- We coordinate interviews and help with licenses.
- Average 17 to 20 patients per day.
This perm job from CompHealth was last open on Oct 11.