There is a new locum tenens obstetrician/gynecologist opportunity now available in Maine. Your assignment schedule will be Monday ? Friday from 8 am ? 5 pm with 1:2 call and you will see 10 ? 15 patients per day. The facility handles 15 ? 20 deliveries per month. The electronic medical record system is Allscripts. As the covering physician, you must be board certified or board eligible with NRP certification. CompHealth can help physicians who don?t have a ME state license obtain one before the assignment.
Contact your personal CompHealth recruiter for more information on this assignment. Quick Facts: Certification: BC/BE required License: ME state license needed, not required to apply Schedule: Monday ? Friday 8 am ? 5 pm Call: 1:2 Charting: Allscripts EMR Caseload: 10 ? 15 patients per day, 15 ? 20 deliveries per month Other Certification: NRP Benefits: We negotiate better pay and deposit it weekly We arrange complimentary housing and travel We simplify the credentialing and privileging process We provide comprehensive malpractice coverage Your specialized recruiter takes care of every detail
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