WBY# JOB-2621605 - Coverage Needed From Locums Urgent Care Physician in MA
|Weatherby is looking to fill a new position available in Massachusetts with a qualified urgent care physician. The work schedule will be 9 am - 5 pm. You can expect to see around 22 patients per shift, and duties include physicals, health assessments, and low acuity casework. Board certified or board eligible candidates are needed for this role. Due to time constraints, only MA-licensed applicants will be accepted. Weatherby has a dedicated team to help quickly process and complete all hospital privileging paperwork. If this opportunity sounds right for you, give us a call today to speak with an expert Weatherby consultant for details.
CPH# JOB-2622357 - Locums Urgent Care Physician Job in MA
|A facility in Massachusetts seeks an urgent care physician to assist with locum tenens coverage. The assignment schedule is 8 am - 8 pm and the physician will see 3 - 4 patients per hour. You must be board certified or board eligible with ACLS certification. The incoming physician must have a MA state license. <P> Let us show you how to join the physicians placed by CompHealth who make nearly six million patient visits annually.
CPH# JOB-2605150 - Locums Job in MA for Pediatric Emergency Medicine Physician
|There is a new locum tenens pediatric emergency medicine physician opportunity now available in Massachusetts. Your assignment schedule will be 12-hour shifts and the average annual volume is 10,000. As the covering physician, you must be board certified with ACLS, ATLS, and PALS certification. For this assignment, you need to have an active MA state license. <P> When working with CompHealth, you'll be supported by specialty teams comprised of tenured professionals with decades of collective experience in the industry.
WBY# JOB-2636822 - MA Facility Needs a Locums Urgent Care Physician
|A Massachusetts medical facility seeks an urgent care physician to assist with coverage. The work schedule is from 8 am - 8 pm. Locums physician will see both adult and pediatric patients. Candidates must be experienced with standard urgent care cases. Candidates should be board certified, but board eligible physicians are welcome. The ideal candidate will be a local physician and have an active, unrestricted MD medical license in hand. To learn more, give us a call today and speak with an expert consultant for details.