Relias Healthcare in partnership with DCH is seeking a Full Time Emergency Medicine physician

FULL TIME EM PHYSICIAN POSITION – DCH NORTHPORT, AL  

Relias Healthcare in partnership with DCH is seeking a Full Time Emergency Medicine physician for DCH Northport, AL. The facility is located one-hour west by car from Birmingham, AL.

Requirements: Ideal candidates will be board certified in either emergency medicine, internal medical, family practice medicine and hold an active AL medical license along with current ATLS, ACLS and PALS certifications.

Here are the details:

NMMC – West Point:  835 Medical Center Drive, West Point, MS 39773

  • NO TRAUMA DESIGNATION
  • ANNUAL ED VOLUME – 55K
  • 27 HOURS OF PHYSICIAN COVERAGE EACH DAY
  • 9 HOUR SHIFTS – PHYSICIAN SHIFT TIMES ARE: 7A-4P, 3P-11P AND 11P-7A
  • APC SUPPORT EACH DAY AS FOLLOWS: SAT – WED 7A-5P / 9A-9P and 5P-3A and THURS/FRI 7A-7P AND 5P-3A.
  • EMR: MEDITECH

HOURLY RATE: $230/HOUR PLUS PRODUCTIVITY BONUS (RH OFFERS A NIGHT SHIFT DIFFERENTIAL).

To learn more contact Angela Ferguson – Relias Healthcare Team Builder

Cell:  678-629-7143|email: aferguson@reliashealthcare.com

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