Emergency Dept. Physician – Full time – Du Quoin, IL

We are seeking reliable, competent, and flexible physicians who are interested in working with a quality team! Come and work with a supportive and caring group of healthcare professionals as you enjoy work-life balance and unmatched schedule flexibility! You’ll enjoy all the perks of having a career with a local, physician-owned organization.

Low Volume Emergency Department Physician (BC/BE in EM/Primary Care Specialty)

  • 5,500-volume Emergency Department
  • 120+ hours per month

Compensation Information:

  • Competitive base salary
  • Benefits include Medical Malpractice with tail and CME
  • W2 employment option w/benefits and company contribution
  • 1099’s have access to benefits plans
  • Other Perks/Bonuses:
    • Work for a locally owned, Physician-led company.
    • Opportunities to moonlight at other sites!
    • Career advancement

 Requirements:

  • ACLS, ATLS, PALS
  • BC/BE in EM or Primary Care specialty w/similar experience
  • Visa’s may be considered (depending on time frame of need/time of year)
  • No Agencies Please

At Integritas, our providers are part of our family! We emphasize frequent and regular face-to-face communication. When our providers have a question or a need, they reach out to someone they know and trust. Work for a locally owned, Physician-led company!

Please contact Jeremy Null at jnull@integritasproviders.com for more information.

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