Nocturnist Hospitalist, Internal Medicine – South East Alabama

  • Hospital employed Hospitalist group seeks additional internal medicine residency trained physicians to fill the nocturnist opening in this robust, rapidly growing practice.
  • Medical Center is a 420-bed regional referral and LevelII trauma center.
  • It manages its own hospitalist program.
  • The current practice includes 24 full time board certified internal medicine hospitalist physicians.
  • Nocturnist position available with competitive shift differential. Ideal candidates would have a demonstrated interest in academic medicine. 10 physicians work during the 7 a.m. to 7 p.m. shift. 2 physicians provide care during the 7 p.m.–7 a.m. shift, with plans to increase to 3 providers.
  • Average daily census is 15-18 patients per provider

Bryan Stevens

Integra Healthcare Staffing

Director Business Development & Recruiting

386-216-0915

jstevens@integrahcstaffing.com

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