Melrose-Wakefield Hospital, Melrose, Massachusetts
Jan 12, 2018
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TeamHealth has an excellent opportunity for a full-time Physician to join our Hospitalist team at Melrose-Wakefield Hospital, part of the Hallmark Health System in Melrose, Massachusetts. We ask that you be Board certified or Board Eligible in Internal Medicine, with a current ACLS certification and active Massachusetts license to practice. This established Hospital Medicine program sees an average census of 16 to 18 patients per day. This includes a closed ICU, and no procedures. Nocturnists are encouraged to apply. This program is a H-1 cap exempt opportunity. TeamHealth offers an excellent compensation package including quality and RVU bonuses. In addition, other benefits include flexible scheduling for better work and life balance, CME allowance, comprehensive benefits package, paid PLI with tail coverage, and association with a leading Hospitalist organization with opportunity for future advancement.

Hallmark Health System is the premier, charitable provider of vital health services to Boston's northern communities and is the official healthcare partner of the Boston Bruins. A 234-bed general hospital, Melrose-Wakefield offers a wide range of inpatient and outpatient services including acute medical and surgical services, emergency care, cardiac care and catheterization lab, diabetes management and treatment, day surgery, maternity, a special care nursery, oncology/hematology and inpatient psychiatric care.

Job Benefits

  • Closed ICU and no procedures
  • H-1 cap exempt opportunity
  • Competitive compensation package
  • Flexible scheduling
  • RVU bonuses
  • Full benefits available
  • CME allowance

Located approximately seven miles north of Boston, Melrose offers residents a desireable compromise between the crowded metropolis of Boston and the frontier of rural exurbia. Melrose is predominantly residential with exquisite Victorian homes dating from the late 1800s, but beyond being a city of homes, Melrose has a long-standing tradition of being self-sufficient in supporting residents' housing, education, employment, health, shopping, entertainment, recreation and leisure needs.

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