Physician: Otolarnygology Needed at a Hospital in East Texas JOB-2445117

An exciting ENT opportunity is now available at a hospital-employed multi-specialty group practice in Texas. A current physician is retiring so they are accepting experienced candidates and new graduates to apply. There are two other ENTs at the hospital. You will see a mix of adult and pediatric patients. There will be a 1:4 shared call. This position will require a board certified or board eligible and fellowship trained applicant.
This hospital-employed opportunity is offering an excellent salary and benefits. You will be offered life insurance, malpractice insurance, full medical benefits, loan repayment, CME with stipend, a retirement package, relocation assistance, and a sign-on bonus.
You will enjoy living and working in a community that combines the best of small-town life with the educational and cultural advantages of a vibrant college town.
If this opportunity sounds interesting to you, contact CompHealth for more information about this position and to discuss other otolaryngology jobs that fit your life, your goals, and your schedule.
To get started, please contact Ron Bansak directly at 800-365-8901 or email a copy of your CV to CompHealth.Quick Facts:General otolaryngology - replace a retiring ENTSupporting hospital supplies you with everything you need, including patientsGeneral ENT skills required - adult and childrenRobotics availableER call is 7 days per monthMust be B/C or B/E in otolaryngologyExperienced ENTs and recent graduates are welcomedBonus/incentivesBenefits: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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