Nocturnist Needed for an Established Hospitalist Program in Connecticut JOB-2892525
Location: Eastern, Connecticut
Type: Full Time
Internal Number: JOB-2892525
Whether you are searching for a position in your area or in another state, we have professionals to help you achieve your goals through our relationships with facilities nationwide - in rural settings, small cities, and major metropolitan areas. CompHealth has relationships with hospitals across the country and often know about jobs before they're advertised. Contact Kaylee Petrosino email@example.com (954) 837-2662.
7-on/7-off block schedule
No procedures or ICU needed
Admissions are 4 - 5 per 12-hour shift
Base salary is based on experience (plus quality/performance goals)
2 weeks of PTO offered
Residents are welcome to apply
H-1B cap exempt
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