Physician: Family Practice Physician Job in Washington State

An exciting family medicine opportunity is now available at a clinic in Washington. The community has growing demand, so the facility is accepting new candidates. Your schedule will be Monday to Friday, 8:00am to 5:00pm, and call will be 1:4 phone only. You can expect to see 20 to 25 patients per day on average. You will work closely with other FM physicians and advanced practice providers. The facility is accepting board certified applicants. This position will require a WA license. If you do not currently hold a license in WA, CompHealth can help you with the process. Final-year residents and fellows will be considered. H1-B visa holders can be supported.
This opportunity has a competitive compensation package with bonuses. You will be offered life insurance, malpractice insurance, medical benefits, four weeks of PTO, CME time, a 401K retirement package, relocation assistance, and a sign-on.
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.
If this opportunity sounds interesting to you, contact CompHealth for more information about this position and to discuss other FP jobs that fit your life, your goals, and your schedule.
To get started, call Steve Kaminsky directly at 800-365-8900 or email your CV and references to CompHealth.Quick Facts:Growing hospital-based practiceOptional OB20 to 25 patients per day1:4 callChoice of locationsSpanish-speaking skills helpful, but not requiredCompetitive salary and bonusFull benefits including 401K retirement planBenefits:Our services are free for youWe help negotiate your salary and contractWe coordinate interviews and help with licensesSpecialized recruiters match your career preferencesExperienced support teams take care of every detail

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