Permanent General Practice Physician in Chicago, Illinois

General Practice physician job in Illinois : PM&R Practice/ RIC-Shirley Ryan Abilitylab$220,000 - $240,000 Base SalaryInpatient/OutpatientJob Requirements:Profession: PhysicianMD/DO Degree RequiredBoard Certified or Board Eligible Physician Valid Medical LicenseWe are currently scheduling interviews for this remarkable world-renowned group. Opportunities like this don?t last long. Please review the information below and contact us for additional details.? Office conveniently located on the hospital campus? Call 1:3 Weekday ? 1:5 Weekend? Anticipate an average patient census of 12-15? Cover three facilities? 29 Bed Inpatient Rehab Unit ? 10 Outpatient Rehab Units? ?Turn-Key? practice with patients waiting for you on your first day? Full Benefits including Medical, Dental, Vision & Paid Malpractice? Relocation Assistance? Academic affiliation with SIU & Barnes JewishHere?s your chance to take advantage of living in a university town with easy access to Chicago, St. Louis, Nashville, and all the big city ammenities. Forget about the over-crowded schools, noise, and bumper-to-bumper traffic and escape to the peacefulness of a smaller community.? Growing community with more than 125,000 residents? Affordable housing with endless options including lake-front properties? Big city amenities including shopping malls and a commercial airport? Enjoy countless outdoor activities to include hunting, boating, fishing and golf? 4-Year University in townTo be considered for this Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation Physician opportunity, please contact us at (866) 995-6077 or forward your CV to info@fidelismp.com.Job ID: PMR 186519For more Physician job opportunities visit us online at www.fidelismp.com or follow us on Twitter @FidelisMP. You may also fax your CV to (214) 614-5161. All inquiries are considered confidential.
Board Certified or Board Eligible Medical Doctor with or w/o US residency with current US work visa.

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