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Physician: OB/GYN Job in Minnesota with 4 Day Week | JOB-2346805

Job Description:
An obstetrics/gynecology physician position is available at a medical system in Minnesota.
The group needs an additional physician to take over for a retiring physician.
Your schedule will be a four day work week with 1:7 call.
You will be supported by advanced practice providers and other OB specialists.
You will need to be board certified or board eligible.
You will need a MN license, and CompHealth can help with the processing and application if necessary.
Final-year residents and fellows will be considered.
This employed position offers a generous compensation package and bonuses.
You will also receive medical benefits, 25 days of PTO, relocation reimbursement, a sign-on bonus, life insurance, CME time, a retirement package, and malpractice coverage.
You will enjoy living in this Minnesota town with its strong arts community and civic centric organizations.
The sense of community is notable and its citizens welcoming of a new physician.
Let your CompHealth know what's important to you.
We can connect you with OBGYN jobs in the location, and with the perks, that are essential to you.
To begin talking about this position, contact Lee Bradford at 800-365-8900 or send your CV and references to CompHealth.
Quick Facts: Excellent compensation Employed position Call of 1:7 Four day work week Medical and dental CME with stipend and sign-on bonus Retirement plan Loan repayment and five weeks vacation
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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