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Physician: Hospital-Based General Surgery Job in Illinois | JOB-2501743

Job Description:
A small group in Illinois needs additional general surgery support.
The community has growing demand, so the group is reviewing candidates.
You will be joining another physician, and have a 1:3 call schedule.
They require that you be board certified or board eligible.
They welcome both new graduates and practicing surgeons.
They ideal candidate will be someone that enjoys a small town.
An Illinois license will be required, and CompHealth can assist you with the process.
This opportunity has a competitive compensation package.
You will be offered life insurance, malpractice insurance, medical benefits, vacation, CME time, a retirement package, and relocation assistance.
You will enjoy living and working in this Illinois town.
It has a unique blend of small town living, great schools, retail establishments, services, and industry that is often found in much larger communities.
St.
Louis is only a short drive away.
If this opportunity sounds interesting to you, contact CompHealth for more information about this position and to discuss other general surgery jobs that fit your life, your goals, and your schedule.
To get started, contact Brittany Patton directly at 800-365-8900 or email your CV and references to CompHealth.
Quick Facts: Employed position Call 1:3 Join another physician Board certified or board eligible Open to new graduates or practicing surgeon Competitive compensation Comprehensive benefits Someone that enjoys a small town
Benefits: 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

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