Physician: Hospital in MI is Seeking a Temp Emergency Medicine Physician

We are assisting a Michigan-based hospital that is currently seeking an emergency medicine physician who would be interested in a long-term offer. The assignment schedule consists of 12-hour shifts, and the facility handles an average annual volume of 20,000. As the covering physician, you must be board certified and have ATLS, PALS, and ACLS certification. The facility has T-System EMR. You need to have an active MI state license. Locum tenens physicians will help solve the demand challenges facing hospitals and their patients for decades to come.Quick Facts:BC requiredMI state license needed12-hour shiftsT-System EMR20,000 annual volumeMust have ATLS, PALS, and ACLS certificationTemp-to-perm positionBenefits:Comprehensive malpractice coverageHousing, travel, and local transportationLicensing assistanceCredentialing and hospital privileges processing

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