Nocturnist - Washington DC - University of Maryland

Location
Maryland
Posted
Jun 20, 2018
Ref
JO-1804-76605
Specialty
Hospitalist
Position Type
Permanent
Nocturnist - Washington DC - University of Maryland

Join our team at a 210 bed teaching hospital located just 20 minutes from Washington DC and 35 minutes from Baltimore.
  • Work a 7on/7off block schedule
  • Strong subspecialty backup including 24/7 intensivists and no required procedures
  • No teaching responsibilities - you will work alongside IM/FM residents of the University of Maryland
  • $270,000 base salary with earning potential near $300,000 including Quality & RVU Bonuses
  • Robust Benefits'
  • Path to Partnership
Community is located in the western portion of Prince George's County, Maryland, just a mile from the northeastern Washington, D.C. border. 'This area is convenient to D.C. by Metro bus and rail, and to retail shopping centers in the surrounding communities. You will find a bevy of can't-miss things to do, from attending special events, to getting involved in the arts and learning about local history; to dining at independent restaurants and staying active at area parks.'

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