Family Practice Physician Job Opportunity in Wisconsin CPH# JOB-2504168

An established health system in Wisconsin is seeking a family medicine physician to join a collegial department. They need an additional physician to help cover the growing community. This is a traditional setting with 90 percent being outpatient and 10 percent inpatient. The incoming physician will see an average of 25 patients per day. OB is not a part of the practice, but prenatal care can be an option. A daytime hospitalist manages hospitalized patients Sunday through Saturday. The facility is accepting candidates who are board certified. They will consider board eligible candidates that are current residents. J1 and H-1B visa holders can be supported.

This position offers a competitive compensation package and a sign-on. You will also receive NHSC education loan repayment, malpractice insurance, medical, vision, and dental benefits, 22 vacation days, life insurance, 10 days of CME time with a $6K stipend, a pension plan, and relocation assistance.

Come work in Osseo. It is rich in it's heritage and ethnic culture, and is a picturesque city nestled in the rolling hills of northeastern Trempealeau County.

If you or a colleague are interested in this opportunity, please contact CompHealth today. We are thoroughly trained in your area of focus, so you'll receive knowledgeable answers to your questions and expert help in finding a family medicine job that fits your exact needs.

To get started, please contact Julia Levy at 203.663.9347 or email your CV and references to julia.levy@comphealth.com. Reference job number 2504168.

  • Traditional setting
  • 4 day work week
  • General call of 1:4
  • Prenatal care is an option
  • All modern equipment
  • Full subspeciality consultation available
  • Board certified or board eligible
  • J1 and H-1B visas welcomed
  • 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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