St. Rose Dominican Hospital - San Martin Campus, Las Vegas, Nevada
Aug 17, 2017
Emergency Medicine
Position Type

Opportunity for a Physician to join our Emergency Medicine team full-time at St. Rose Dominican Hospital - San Martin Campus in Las Vegas, Nevada. This 31,000-annual-volume ED provides a good back-up panel, 54 hours of physician and 30 APC coverage daily, scribes, EMR, supportive administration and leadership. We offer competitive compensation, employee status with an excellent benefits package, liability insurance with tail coverage, a manageable patient case load, and the stability of a respected industry leader.

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