WHAT KIND OF DOCTOR WORKS IN CORRECTIONS?

Location
Elk Grove, California
Posted
Feb 08, 2018
Position Type
Permanent
The kind who wants off the HMO treadmill. At California Correctional Heath Care Services, our doctors have left the HMO treadmill and are now able to spend time with their diverse patient panel, averaging 10-12 patients per day; hone their diagnostic skills and develop treatment plans for both primary and intermediate acute care; and practice quality medicine in a multidisciplinary, collaborative setting. So, what kind of doctor works in corrections? Doctors just like you. Physicians (IM/FP): $271,260 - $284,820 (Time-limited Board Certified); $257,676 - $270,564 (Lifetime Board Certified). Doctors at select institutions receive additional 15% pay. Competitive compensation package, including: Robust 401(k) and 457 retirement plans, tax defer up to $48k per year; Secure State of California pension that vests in five years; 40-Hour workweek, affords you true work-life balance. Contact Danny Richardson: 916-691-3155; or: Danny.Richardson@cdcr.ca.gov. www.cchs.ca.gov

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