A PM&R group that I’ve had the pleasure of working with before has a need for an additional physiatrist to join 2 physicians in a busy practice. The work is primarily OP, EMG and neuro rehab, and some Gen IP, including a strong hospital consult service is waiting (it’s a Level II trauma center, which would need neuro follow up, and EMG’s). There is a huge patient need for peripheral neuropathy is here or feel free to build in another direction that suits your interest. The IP Unit has a full time director, but all physiatrists take turns covering the unit during the vacation of the Director/Partner. If your interest is musculoskeletal and procedural, that’s available as well with a friendly Ortho group next door. This is a state of the art medical center with tremendous community support, and you’ll have opportunity to establish your desired practice type – with partnership possibility in the future.
There is definitely room to grow and create new programs, so we’re looking for a PM&R doc (must be BC/BE) with an entrepreneurial spirit. Call coverage is fairly minimal. Salary plus benefits including: moving expenses, 401K after one year, 3-weeks vacation/1 week CME per year / 1 week sick leave, medical, dental, vision – and a bonus system based on production.
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