Locums Job in Kentucky for Hospitalist - JOB-2667067

Jan 12, 2021
Position Type
Locum Tenens
An established facility in Kentucky is currently in search of a hospitalist for locum tenens assistance. This assignment requires no procedures. The assignment schedule is 7 am - 7 pm and the physician will see 18 - 20 patients per day typically. The incoming physician must be board certified or board eligible. You must have a current KY state medical license. Physicians who don't have an active KY license can work with CompHealth to obtain one.
Whether you are looking for a new opportunity or a way to supplement your income, CompHealth can help you find an assignment to meet your needs.
  • Certification: BC/BE required
  • License: Active KY state license needed, not required to apply
  • Schedule: 7 am to 7 pm
  • Caseload: 18 to 20 patients per day
  • Procedures: No procedures
  • We negotiate better pay and deposit it weekly
  • We arrange complimentary housing and travel and comprehensive malpractice coverage
  • We simplify the credentialing and privileging process
  • Access to online portal for assignment details and time entry
  • Your specialized recruiter takes care of every detail

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