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Physician: General Anesthesia Job in New Jersey with Partnership

An exciting general anesthesiology opportunity is now available at a private practice in New Jersey. The community has growing demand, so the group is accepting new candidates. You?ll do bread and butter anesthesiology with 30 percent ortho, five percent peds, and five percent neuro. There will be no cardiac or trauma. Regional skills would be a plus. Only 25 percent of your schedule will be CRNA supervision. Your schedule will be flexible. Weekday call will be 1:5, weekend call 1:7. You will work closely with other anesthesiologists and advanced practice providers. The group is accepting board certified or board eligible applicants. This position will require a NJ license. If you do not currently hold a license in NJ, CompHealth can help you with the process. Current residents and fellows will be considered. This partnership track opportunity has a competitive compensation package with bonuses. You will be offered life insurance, occurrence malpractice insurance, medical benefits, six weeks of vacation, CME time, a retirement package, relocation assistance, and a sign-on. You will enjoy living and working in this small, friendly eastern Pennsylvania town that is a railroad history buff?s dream come true. Not only has it a scenic setting along the Delaware River, its people are industrious and friendly, and you are a convenient drive away from Philadelphia?s big city amenities. If this opportunity sounds interesting to you, contact your personal CompHealth consultant for more information about this position and to discuss other opportunities that fit your life, your goals, and your schedule. To get started, please contact Rya Harrison directly at 800-365-8900 or email your CV and references to CompHealth.Quick Facts:General proceduresNo cardiac or traumaSix weeks vacationHealth benefits for individual and familyHealth reimbursement arrangementOccurrence malpractice401K planRelocation assistanceBenefits:Positions open nationwideSpecialty-specific recruiting teamsResources for CV writing and acing your interviewHelp with licensing and credentialingAll at no cost to you

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