Physician: Anesthesiology Partnership Position in Delaware, 6 Weeks’ Vacation

An established single-specialty group in Delaware is planning to hire an additional anesthesiologist. The group is searching for a general anesthesiologist or a cardiac anesthesiologist. The group needs assistance with the high demand from the community. You will supervise CRNAs 85 percent of the time and work your own cases 15 percent of the time. The call schedule will be 1:7. You will be supported by advanced practice providers and other anesthesiology physicians. The group is accepting candidates who are board certified or board eligible. A DE license is required to start this position, and CompHealth can assist you with the processing and application. Current residents and fellows are encouraged to apply. J1 and H1-B visa holders can be supported. You?ll receive a competitive compensation package, a partnership offer, bonuses, medical benefits, and six weeks of vacation to start. You?ll also be provided relocation reimbursement, life insurance, CME time, a 401k retirement package, and malpractice coverage. You will enjoy this quaint community close to the water, beaches, and boating. You?ll be able to enjoy fine seafood establishments, boutiques, lighthouses, and beautiful coastal towns. Come live where other people wish they could vacation. Let your personal CompHealth consultant know what?s important to you. We can connect you with anesthesiology jobs in the location, and with the perks, that are essential to you. To begin talking about this position, call Darline Morris at 800-365-8900 or send your CV and references to CompHealth.Quick Facts:General anesthesiologist or a cardiac anesthesiologistPartnership track85 percent CRNA supervisionJ1 and H1-B visa holders can be supportedBC or BE required$350-$400K per year6 to 7 weeks? vacation to start401k retirement planBenefits: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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