Employed OB/GYN Position in Michigan - CPH# JOB-2358111

Job Description

An OB/GYN position is newly available at a healthcare system in Michigan. The facility needs an additional physician to take over for a retiring physician. Your schedule will be Monday through Friday from 8:00am to 5:00pm with 1:3 call. You will be supported by an advanced practice provider and other obstetricians. Ideally, you are board certified or board eligible. You will need a MI license, and CompHealth can help with the processing and application if necessary.

This hospital-employed position offers a competitive compensation package and RVU bonuses. You will also receive loan repayment, medical benefits, 20 days of PTO, eight holidays, relocation reimbursement, a sign-on bonus, life insurance, five days of CME time with a $2500 stipend, a retirement package, and claims made malpractice coverage with tail coverage.

You will enjoy living in this beautiful area of Michigan. You'll have the access to ski hills, cross-country skiing, ice fishing, and plenty of shopping.

Please contact CompHealth and to tell us what you are looking for in a new position. CompHealth can make finding great OB GYN jobs simple, less stressful, and personalized to fit your needs.

To get started, please contact Lee Bradford at 203. 663. 9359 or email your CV and references to lee. bradford@comphealth. com.

  • New hospital-based clinic
  • Level I NICU
  • Monday-Friday, 8:00am-5:00pm with 1:3 call
  • BC or BE
  • 20 days of PTO, 8 holidays
  • 5 days' CME time, $2500 stipend
  • Full benefits
  • Malpractice with tail coverage
  • Our services are free for you
  • We help negotiate your salary and contract
  • We coordinate interviews and help with licenses
  • Specialized recruiters match your career preferences
  • Experienced support teams take care of every detail

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