Physician: Orthopedic Surgery - PERM JOB-2451300

A California hospital system is looking for a general orthopedist who specializes in total joints. The hospital is currently having to send cases elsewhere, so this is an excellent opportunity for an orthopedic surgeon to be busy from day one. The work will include general orthopedic surgery and total joint cases. The paid call rotation is 1:3. You will need a CA license, and must be board certified or board eligible. You will receive a better than average salary with paid call, medical, dental, and vision insurance, malpractice, a pension plan, and paid relocation. The area?s natural beauty is world-renowned. In addition to giant, old-growth redwood forests, wild rivers, and rugged coastline, the region boasts abundant wildlife. The community is very supportive of youth sports and music programs, and there are public and private school options. Please contact your personal CompHealth consultant to tell us what you are looking for in a new position. CompHealth can make finding great opportunities simple, less stressful, and personalized to fit your needs. To get started, contact Trevor Jensen at 800-365-8901 or email your CV and references to CompHealth.Quick Facts:General orthopedic cases as well as total joint casesEmployed position with a financially stable hospitalSee 15-20 patients per dayMust be BE or BCMedical, dental, and vision InsuranceAbove average salaried position with paid callMalpractice paid, pension plan, and paid relocationGreat area for outdoor lifestyle and quality of lifeBenefits:Positions open nationwideSpecialty-specific recruiting teamsResources for CV writing and acing your interviewHelp with licensing and credentialingAll at no cost to you

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