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Internal Medicine Physician Needed in New Haven!

Cornell Scott-Hill Health Corporation

Last Updated: 1/05/22

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Cornell Scott-Hill Health Center is looking to add an Outpatient Internal Medicine Physician to our team. At Cornell Scott-Hill Health Center, the health and well-being of our patients are important to us. That’s why our team of doctors, APRNs, and Physician Assistants will work with our patients to help them obtain their health and wellness goals. There are opportunities for teaching: Yale residents and Yale medical students with corresponding clinical faculty appointments. We also offer Telehealth.

We have locations throughout New Haven County.

Provides reasonable and prudent medical/surgical care, practices appropriate management, and uses sound clinical judgment based on best practice standards and evidence-based medicine. The Physician provides medical services within the scope of their licensing, training, and credentialing. Experience with Pain Management, using EPIC. Bilingual or Multilingual preferred but not required. Comfortable working with the underserved community.

As part of the Cornell Scott-Hill Health Center team, you will enjoy many outstanding benefits including:

· Competitive salaries
· Comprehensive benefits package
· 401(k) with match up to 4 percent of salary
· Loan Forgiveness
· CME days and reimbursement
· Federal Torte Malpractice Insurance
· Relocation Assistance
· Sign-on Bonus
· Visa Sponsorship

To learn more, please contact our Medical Staff Recruiter:

Aaron Hull at [Register to View] or [Register to View] ext. 3798

Company Details

New Haven, Connecticut, United States
Celebrating more than 50 Years of Growth & Innovation in Healthcare. In 1968, members of the New Haven community, including Mr. Cornell Scott, partnered with the Yale School of Medicine to establish Connecticut’s first Federally Qualified Community Health Center—Hill Health Center. In the decades since welcoming our first patient, the Cornell Scott-Hill Health Center, as we ar...