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Physician: Upstate New York Hospital Seeking Dermatologist for Flexible Work Week

Job Description:
A hospital located in upstate New York is seeking a dermatologist to join their team.
The facility is seeking an additional physician to support the expanding community.
Your schedule will be flexible, with either a four or five day work week.
There is no call.
The need is for general dermatology with cases like skin cancer, psoriasis, warts, acne, eczema, infections, and contact dermatitis.
You will see 20 to 25 patients per day on average.
You'll work with three PAs.
Applicants are required to be board certified or board eligible.
This position requires a New York license.
If you do not currently hold a license in New York, CompHealth can help you obtain one.
Current residents and fellows will be considered.
H1-B candidates are welcomed.
This hospital employed opportunity has a competitive compensation package with bonuses.
You will be offered malpractice coverage, medical benefits, vacation, CME time, relocation reimbursement, and a retirement package.
This opening is located in west central New York.
The area offers an abundance of outdoor activities with easy access to NYC or Philly, PA.
Let your consultant know if this position sounds like a good fit for you.
CompHealth has the largest client network in the nation giving you the most opportunities to choose from locally and nationally.
To get started, please contact Brett Hales at 800-365-8901 or email your CV and references to CompHealth.
Quick Facts: Employed position Flexible, 4 or 5 day work week 25 patients per day Full support of hospital and the community No call BC or BE required Full benefits Competitive compensation
Benefits: Positions open nationwide Specialty-specific recruiting teams Resources for CV writing and acing your interview Help with licensing and credentialing All at no cost to you

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