Physician: Outpatient Family Medicine or Med-Ped Position in Connecticut

Job Description:
CompHealth is currently assisting an FQHC in Connecticut with their search for a family medicine physician.
The facility needs an additional physician to help cover the growing community.
The schedule is Monday through Friday with call four to five weeks per year.
The incoming family medicine physician will see 20 to 24 patients per day on average.
You will work with a great group of other internal medicine and family medicine physicians.
You must be board certified.
You will need a CT medical license, and CompHealth can help you obtain one if necessary.
J1 and H-1B visa holders are welcome to apply.
Final-year residents will be considered.
You'll be provided relocation assistance, a sign-on, life insurance, four days of CME time and a $1,500 stipend, a 403(b) retirement package, and malpractice insurance.
You'll also receive a competitive compensation package, production bonuses, health benefits, federal and state student loan repayment, and five weeks of PTO.
You will enjoy living in this metropolitan area of Connecticut.
The town is newly restored and modernized with small museums, colleges, shops, and eateries.
The nearby mountains and lakes offer great recreation.
At CompHealth, we're experts at matching you with your just-right family medicine job or internal medicine-pediatrics job.
Every step of the way, you'll be supported by specialty teams comprised of tenured professionals.
For inquiries about this opportunity, please contact Roberta Margolis directly at 800-365-8900 or email your CV and references to CompHealth.
Quick Facts: FQHC in Connecticut Monday-Friday with call 4-5 weeks per year 20-24 patients per day Must be board certified J1 and H-1B visa holders welcome Relocation assistance and a sign-on 5 weeks of PTO, 4 days of CME with $1,500 Federal and state student loan repayment
Benefits: Positions open nationwide Specialty-specific recruiting teams Resources for CV writing and acing your interview Help with licensing and credentialing All at no cost to you

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