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New Jersey Primary Care opportunities Hackensack

Med Staff Matters

Last Updated: 7/24/21

Job Description

Primary Care opportunity providing patient care for complex, geriatric patients. Currently all care is by telemed, but when safe to do so the care will be a combination of house calls and telemed. When house calls are made you would travel with your Medical Assistant who is also a Phlebotomist and bilingual. They also do the driving. See an average of 8-10 patients a day by telemed, and when field visits return you would see an average of 6-7 a day only. Employed by a regional health plan with it's own in-house practice group. Carry a panel of patients and rotate through them during the course of the year as needed, spending 30-45 minutes with each patient creating a strong and rewarding physician-patient bond. Fully supported labs, xrays, mental health, Podiatry, etc. No hospital work, no nights and no weekends. The opportunity is open to both Internal Medicine and Family Medicine candidates or Geriatric physicians. Salary, bonus, benefits.

The following locations are available to experienced physicians or new graduates this summer:

'Provider - Mercer (Trenton area)

'Provider - Somerset (Bridgewater, Franklin Park, Edison)

'Provider - Atlantic City

'Provider - (Morris/North top NJ)

'Provider - North (Bergen County)

'Provider - Camden

If you are interested in providing a more personal and comprehensive level of care for your patients, please contact Rick Clark, Med Staff Matters [Register to View] [Register to View] and visit www.medstaffmatters.com



Company Details

Virginia Beach, Virginia, United States
Specializing in Physician Recruitment with principals having over twenty years of experience. Med Staff Matters, LLC recruits physicians and mid-levels for our clients’ organizations throughout the United States. We serve the needs of group practices, single and multi system hospitals, expanding solo, or group practitioners , specialty hospitals and community-based programs. Over the years w...