High-Volume, NYC Pain Practice - Earn Over $1 Million

New York
May 20, 2021
Pain Medicine
Position Type
A high-end, high-volume pain management practice in New York City is in search of a Pain Management physician (ANES/PMR) who is proficient in Percutaneous Discectomies, Endovascular Discectomies, Ablations, and Genicular Blocks. The group is considered one of the top groups in the Tristate area, and are one of the few that perform Spinal Stim Trials and Perms.

Practice Details

  • New, upscale office
  • Monday-Friday schedule ? 1-1.5 days of procedures a week
  • Patient Volumes ? Balanced Quality vs. Quantity
  • Base salary + collections (earn over $1 million)
  • Partnership opportunity

New York City is a destination like no other and home to the famous Times Square, Broadway, Central Park & the Statue of Liberty! It is the most diverse and populated city in the United States with almost every race and language you can think of under the sun. The people of New York City enjoy the countless attractions, beautiful parks, amazing restaurants, culturally rich neighborhoods, and an endless calendar of events & festivals.

For additional information, please contact:

Kyri Ioannou

(404) 942-2146



Job ID: KI-2103-87839

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