Competitive compensation Travel-related expenses covered A-rated medical malpractice insurance provided Industry leading licensing and credentialing support
A clinic in Pennsylvania needs an urgent care physician who can provide locum tenens coverage for approximately three months starting in early August or as soon as credentialed with a possible extension.
On a typical day, the provider will see between 20 and 40 patients of all ages for illness, injury, cold, flu, lacerations, broken fingers, and suturing.
The locum will work from 8 a.m.
to 8 p.m.
or 8 a.m.
to 5 p.m.
This facility uses the Athena Health EMR and will provide training.
Associated topics: care physician, clinic, family medicine, family medicine physician, hospitalist, nocturnist, physician md, primary, primary care, urgent care