Physician: General Urologist Needed in Washington with Loan Repayment

Job Description:
A Washington hospital which is currently having to ship out urology cases is seeking to take on a new urologist.
This is an excellent opportunity for a urologist to enjoy an employed position while growing a practice in a service area of 80,000 people.
You'll be working with the current part time urologist.
Your schedule will be Monday to Friday with 1:3 call that is actually quite light.
You'll need to be board certified or eligible and have a WA license which we can help you obtain.
H1 and J1B visa candidates are welcome.
You'll receive a good salary at the MGMA standard, loan repayment, relocation assistance and CME, a 401K retirement plan, and full medical benefits.
The area is just outside the Tri-Cities, giving you the convenience of urban amenities while allowing the ability to enjoy the many outdoor activities such as fishing, kayaking, camping, and hiking.
The community puts a premium on youth sports and music programs, with exceptional public and private school options.
CompHealth consultants work closely with all types of facilities: from top-10 hospitals to remote clinics.
Your personal CompHealth consultant will help you find a variety of opportunities to choose from that fit your skills and meet your expectations.
If this sounds like your just-right job, please send your CV and references to Trevor Jensen at CompHealth or call 800-365-8901.
Quick Facts: General urology Hospital employed Monday to Friday Help build a program Competitive salary Loan repayment, relocation assistance and CME 401K retirement plan Full medical benefits
Benefits: Positions open nationwide Specialty-specific recruiting teams Resources for CV writing and acing your interview Help with licensing and credentialing All at no cost to you

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