Nocturnist-Academic New York program 3 hours from NYC - Earn near $400k

New York
Dec 29, 2020
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Nocturnist-Academic New York program 3 hours from NYC - Earn near $400k

We are scheduling interviews at one of the largest community hospitals in the tri-cities area of New York with 267 beds. Our Hospitalists serve as attending physicians to residents and medical interns from Lake Erie College of Osteopathic Medicine.
  • Established 11 physician team with 4 APPs, clinical performance nurse and hospitalist coordinator
  • Nocturnist work 7 on 7 off block schedule
  • Strong subspeciality support 24/7 with NO procedures required
  • Total earnings close to $400k including lucrative signing and retention bonus
  • Robust benefits including path to partnership
  • EMR: Cerner with Dragon for dictation
  • H1B eligible facility

This midsize University town just three hours from NYC is the birthplace of IBM. The community?s cost of living is 10% below the national average, and the public and parochial schools are nationally ranked.


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