Permanent ObGyn Physician in Flushing, New York

ObGyn physician job in New York : CPH# JOB-2386405CompHealth is currently assisting a New York City, NY, single-specialty group with their search for an OB/GYN. The facility needs assistance with the high demand from the community. Your schedule will be weekdays with an occasional Saturday. You will work closely with another OBGYN. Any physicians who speak Mandarin are encouraged to apply. This position will require a New York license, and CompHealth can help you obtain one. H1-B visa holders will be considered. This partnership-track opportunity has a competitive compensation package. You will be offered medical benefits, four weeks of vacation, one week for CME, life insurance, a retirement package, and occurrence malpractice insurance. Come practice in the Big Apple and experience everything New York has to offer: top notch night life, professional sports, concerts, culture, fine arts, and fine dining. There is almost nothing New York City doesn't have available. CompHealth was founded in 1979 and is now the largest physician staffing agency in the U.S. Because we work with thousands of facilities throughout the country, we can find the right OB GYN job and location for you. To get started, please contact Lee Bradford at 203.663.9359 or email your CV and references to lee.bradford@comphealth.com.Occurrence malpracticeSingle-specialty OB GYN groupPartnership potentialH1-B visa holders consideredCompetitive compensationMandarin speaking physicians encouraged to applyMedical benefits4 weeks' vacation, 1 week for CMEPositions open nationwideSpecialty-specific recruiting teamsResources for CV writing and acing your interviewHelp with licensing and credentialingAll at no cost to you
Board Certified or Board Eligible Medical Doctor with or w/o US residency with current US work visa.

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