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Physician: Work as EM Physician close to Columbia, by Kansas City, MO | JOB-2358200

Job Description:
Emergency Medicine Physician needed to work in a lower volume ED.
Work with a respected hospital as a full time EM Physician.
The hospital offers flexible scheduling and a generous compensation package.
This centrally located community is family oriented with an agricultural based economy.
Educational amenities include a 4 year liberal arts college which has an early access advance program for local high school students to earn college credit during their Senior year.
There are abundant recreational and outdoor activities including hunting, fishing and camping.
The community is also home to 2 golf courses.
It is an easy commute to major metropolitan areas for professional or college sports, theatre, concerts, shopping, etc.
There is a small local airport as well as 2 other major airports - 1 is an hour away and the other is 2 hours away.
For further details about this opportunity and other CompHealth Emergency Medicine opportunities nationwide, please contact Julian Jaramillo via phone at 800-365-8901 or email CompHealth - job#2358200.
Quick Facts: 12 hr shifts 12 per month -Flexible Scheduling Stable, employed position Equivalent to a Level III trauma center - Low volume facility - Annual census - 13000 visits On-line physician order entry system and EMR Full Medical Benefits 3 week vacation CME's, Malpractice with Tail coverage Time & half on holidays
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