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OB / GYN Position

Job Quick Facts Single-specialty group 20-30 patients per day 500 deliveries per year Competitive compensation and RVU incentives Health benefits and life insurance 21 days' PTO and CME time 401(k) retirement package Occurrence malpractice insurance CompHealth Services Our services are free for you We help negotiate your salary and contract We coordinate interviews and help with licenses Specialized recruiters match your career preferences Experienced support teams take care of every detail Description CompHealth is currently assisting a New York single-specialty group with their search for an OB/GYN. Your schedule will be five-day workweek, and you will see 20 to 30 patients per day. The group will see 500 deliveries per year on average. You will work closely with advanced practice providers and a few other OB/GYNs. This position will require an NY license, and CompHealth's licensing team can help you with the processing and application. This position offers a competitive compensation package and RVU incentives. You will also receive health benefits, 21 days of PTO, life insurance, CME time, a 401(k) retirement package, and occurrence malpractice insurance. You will enjoy living and working just north of New York City, NY. Come experience everything New York has to offer: top-notch nightlife, professional sports, concerts, culture, fine arts, and fine dining. There is very little that New York City does not have to offer. CompHealth was founded in 1979 and is now the largest physician staffing agency in the U.S. Because we work with thousands of facilities throughout the country, we can find the right OB GYN job and location for you.
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