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Physician: Orthopedic Surgery Job in PA with Excellent Salary and RVU Bonus

A hospital-owned orthopedic group in Pennsylvania is planning to hire an additional orthopedic surgeon. The group requires assistance with the high demand from the community. You will see 25 to 40 patients per day on average. You will work five days per week with two days per week in the OR. The call will be 1:3. You will be supported by advanced practice providers and other orthopedic physicians. The group is accepting candidates who are board certified or board eligible. This position requires a current Pennsylvania medical license. If you do not currently hold a license in Pennsylvania, CompHealth?s skilled and knowledgeable licensing team can help you obtain one. H-1B visa holders can be supported. Current residents and fellows are encouraged to apply. You will receive a competitive compensation package, bonuses, medical benefits, and four weeks PTO. You will also be provided student loan repayment, relocation reimbursement, a sign-on bonus, life insurance, CME time, a retirement package, and malpractice coverage. Come live and practice in a small, friendly community just 45 minutes from Harrisburg PA. The town is a short drive away from State College as well, with its myriad activities, attractions, and eateries typical of a large college town. If this opportunity sounds interesting to you, contact your personal CompHealth consultant for more information about this position and to discuss other opportunities that fit your life, your goals, and your schedule. To get started, please contact Trevor Jensen at 800-365-8901 or send your CV and references to CompHealth.Quick Facts:General orthopedics with opportunity to subspecializeJoin 2 other orthopedic surgeonsEmployed opportunity with existing patient baseWill consider H-1B candidatesExcellent salary and RVU bonus planSigning bonusStudent loan repaymentFour weeks of PTOBenefits:Positions open nationwideSpecialty-specific recruiting teamsResources for CV writing and acing your interviewHelp with licensing and credentialingAll at no cost to you

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