Permanent Family Practice Physician in Norwich, New York

Family Practice physician job in New York : Chenango Memorial Hospital, Inc. - Full Time Hours:Monday - Friday 8:00 AM - 5:00 PM - There may be the option for extended hours and flexible scheduling in the future. Employed MD/DO New Graduates Average Patients seen: 22-25 on clinical days - 25% Clinical and 75% Medical Director Duties Call Schedule: 1:4 Rotation - Very Light - Phone Only Loan Repayment Sign-On Bonus: $20000 Compensation: Base Salary Ranges from $260,000-$300,000 Based On Experience, plus Additional RVU Incentives - $20,000 Signing Bonus - $5,000 Relocation Assistance Benefits: Comprehensive Benefits Package including Medical, Dental, and Vision (Coverage Begins 1st Day of the Month after Date of Hire) - 87% Employer Paid Medical Benefits for Employee (77% for Spouse, 75% for Family) - 403(b) Retirement Plan with Employer Contribution - 457(b) - Disability Coverage - Group Life Insurance - Short and Long Term Disability - $3,000 CME Allowance - Paid Professional Dues - NYS Licensing Fee - DEA Registration - Accrued PTO (1st year = 4 weeks; 2nd year = 5 weeks; 3rd year+ = 6 weeks) - Paid Bereavement - Multiple Loan Repayment Options including the NHSC, Doctors Across NY State, and Internal Funding of $75,000 for a 4 Year Commitment Additional Info: - Previous Medical Director experience not required, but highly preferred- Prefer candidates looking to grow within an organization.- Gaps in current employment cannot exceed 1 year. - Snuggled in the picturesque hills of Central New York, Norwich is miles from the congestion of sprawling metropolises, yet major cities of the Northeast US and Southeast Canada all lie within a few hours' drive. - We are home to numerous festivals, and our low crime rate and friendly atmosphere continue to draw people from around the country. ts '2019-01-12 19:17:17' -AFD84E95-D4AE-52D1-1DF8C57FD58F0BD0
Board Certified or Board Eligible Medical Doctor with or w/o US residency with current US work visa.

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