Physician: Orthopedic Surgery Position in Great Lake Ontarion Locaton, New York | JOB-2441471

Job Description:
A hospital-employed orthopedic surgery opportunity is now available in New York.
Join a dynamic and quickly growing community practice managed in partnership with a leading orthopedic regional group.
The practice is comprised of experienced orthopedic surgeons, with and a robust practice management and support team.
There will be a 1:4 call schedule.
They prefer recently trained surgeons with ties to the region.
They welcome both board certified and board eligible to apply.
You will enjoy living and working in this gorgeous area that offers miles of lake shore and access to year-round outdoor activities, including skiing, boating, golf, hiking, and fishing.
You will also be close enough to a Metro City to enjoy all the amedities that the area provides.
This hospital-employed opportunity has a very generous compensation package with bonuses.
You will be offered medical and dental benefits, 22 vacation days, CME time, loan repayment relocation reimbursement, a sign-on bonus, life insurance, CME time, 403B retirement plan, and paid malpractice insurance.
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For more information, contact Ron Bansak directly at 800-365-8901 or email your CV and references to CompHealth.
Quick Facts: General orthopedic surgery Hospital-employed position Will consider new grads as well as experienced surgeons.
Must be B/C or B/E in orthopedic surgery Call of 1:4 Join a growing community practice Excellent location close to metro area Great place to practice and raise a family
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