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Physician: Family Medicine Physician Job in Kentucky, Outpatient Only|JOB-2394353

Job Description:
A hospital in Kentucky needs additional family medicine support.
The community has growing demand, so the facility is reviewing new candidates.
The schedule is flexible, and the incoming family medicine physician can expect to see 20 to 22 patients per day.
The facility requires that you be board certified or board eligible.
A KY license will be required, and CompHealth can assist you with the process.
J1 and H1-B visa holders can be supported.
Current residents are welcome to apply, and a stipend is available while you complete your training.
This hospital-employed position offers a competitive compensation package and RVU bonuses.
You will also receive $200K education loan repayment ($25K per year), relocation reimbursement, a sign-on bonus, medical benefits, vacation, life insurance, CME time, a retirement package, and malpractice coverage.
Come live and practice in the green hills of southeast Kentucky.
You will find opportunities for the best of outdoor living with bike and hiking trails, great streams for canoeing and kayaking, and memorable ski slopes.
With access to the largest bank of temporary and permanent positions nationwide, CompHealth will help you find a family medicine job that truly matches your criteria.
For more information, contact CompHealth today.
Please contact Ron Grabowski directly at 800-365-8900 for full details or reply with an updated copy of your CV and references to CompHealth.
Quick Facts: Outpatient position Schedule is flexible 20-22 patients per day J1 and H1-B visa holders can be supported $1K per month residency stipend $200K loan repayment ($25K per year) Relocation reimbursement and a sign-on bonus Vacation and CME time
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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