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East Coast Florida Client is looking to hire Urologist!! (Physician )

Location: West Palm Beach
Posted on: January 27, 2023

Job Description:

Urology opening in West Palm Beach, Florida. East Coast Florida Client is looking to hire Urologist We are currently seeking a Urologist to join a growing and highly respected practice with offices in 2 locations. We offer a very competitive base salary with WRVU bonus opportunity along with a full array of benefits including 401K retirement with 6% match, along with a supplemental physician retirement plan, excellent medical, dental, life insurance and much more. Malpractice and tail fully covered.Generous signing bonus, along with relocation allowance is offered.Group has over 200 providers including primary care, hospitalists, and many specialists such as neurosurgeons, vascular, thoracic, breast, urological and general surgeons, neurologists, gastroenterologists, and endocrinologists. The many practices are located throughout Martin and St. Lucie Counties. Health System hospitals and practices are fully electronic and integrated with EPIC electronic health record.Davinci robotis hereSituated on Florida s southeast coast, they are located several hours north of Miami and two hours south of Orlando and boast one of the best school systems in Florida. Lined with some of the most pristine beaches in the world, the Martin County is perfectly suited for the physician who is looking to settle into a truly special, family-oriented and relaxing community. Deep sea and inland fishing, boating, golfing and outdoor activities abound year-round!

Keywords: DOCTORS CHOICE PLACEMENT SERVICES, INC., Miami , East Coast Florida Client is looking to hire Urologist!! (Physician ), Healthcare , West Palm Beach, Florida

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