KPS Physician Staffing

KPS Physician Staffing is currently seeking a full time physician to work in an established pain clinic.  This is an excellent opportunity for an older physician who is looking to increase income for upcoming retirement.  These clinics are located in Houston proper where physicians are seeing patients who have ongoing chronic pain.   There is an immediate need due to their current physician who has a medical condition and he’s unable to continue working.  The clinic is 10 year old and sees mostly refinery workers with injuries needing pain management (all patients have had CTs and need pain management).  The goal is to move them off the pain medicine gradually & they have a Suboxone physician on staff too.  They will offer “test the fit” shifts to make sure the physician is interested in this type of practice—it is 100% pain even though the clinic has family medicine patients.  The pain piece is 42% of the practice.

Criteria: Texas Medical Licensure is all that is required – general practitioners encouraged to apply.

About the Practice:

  • State-of-the-art updated clinic
  • 25-30 patients per day
  • Hours: 8am to 2:30pm
  • Excellent Remuneration as an Independent Contractor/1099  or Employed status

Community: Houston is one of Texas’s great cities with wonderful diversity.  Relax in to the Texas lifestyle and enjoy a culturally and historically rich coastal community.  Miles of Gulf Coast beaches, museums, events and attractions, sports, natural beauty, shopping, restaurants, and great seafood are all at your fingertips.  All of the big city amenities in a community setting make this an especially attractive opportunity.

Nearby Cities:

Galveston: 45 miles

Beaumont: 92 miles

Dallas: 210 miles

San Antonio: 200 miles

For more information about this position, contact Valerie Hesse, Physician Recruiter KPS Physician Staffing email: valeriehesse@kpsps.com | telephone 314-764-2375 | fax 314-695-5148 | You may also visit our Web Site at: http://www.kpsphysicianstaffing.com/

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