Outpatient Endocrinology in St. Louis with Academic Affiliation

Sep 22, 2022
Position Type
University Internal Medicine & Diabetes Associates, a Wash U affiliate, has an opportunity for an Endocrinologist in their private practice group. The position will split Endocrinology, Diabetes, and General Medicine with specialty management referrals from the School of Medicine. Merge private practice autonomy and Washington University standard of patient care.

  • Private practice aligned with Washington University
  • 4.5-day workweek, Outpatient only
  • 2 Endocrinologists and 1 Internist
  • 90-day patient backlog
  • Washington University benefits package

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For more information, contact:

Kyri Ioannou



Job ID#: KI-2208-93113

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