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Physician: FP Needed a Growing Practice near Atlanta GA with No Call|JOB-2356719

Job Description:
A primary care physician is needed at a growing hospital-based practice close to the Atlanta, Georgia metro area.
The group needs assistance with the high demand from the community.
Your schedule will be Monday to Friday, 8:00am to 5:00pm, and you will see 25 to 30 patients per day on average.
You will work closely with advanced practice providers and PC physicians.
You will need to be board certified or board eligible.
This position will require a GA license, and CompHealth can help you obtain one.
Current residents and fellows are welcome to apply.
This hospital employed opportunity has a competitive compensation package with bonuses.
You will be offered medical benefits, vacation, relocation assistance, a sign-on, life insurance, CME time, a retirement package, and malpractice insurance.
Come live and practice in the gently rolling hills of West Georgia under an hour from Atlanta.
You'll enjoy its southern charm, metropolitan culture, and superior educational opportunities, Let your personal CompHealth consultant know what's important to you.
We can connect you with opportunities in the location, and with the perks, that are essential to you.
To begin talking about this position, call Steve Kaminsky directly at 800-365-8900 or email your CV and references to CompHealth.
Quick Facts: 100 percent outpatient with no call Monday to Friday 8:00am to 5:00pm 25 to 30 patients per day BC or BE Strong earning potential Full benefits Paid malpractice
Benefits: 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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