General Anesthesiology Physician Job Opportunity in New Jersey CPH# JOB-2498237

An exciting anesthesiologist opportunity is now available at a hospital in New Jersey. You will do all your own cases, and it will be all general procedures with limited OB. You will take first call, six shifts per month. You will work closely with several other physicians and advanced practice providers. They welcome board certified and board eligible candidates. If you do not currently hold a medical license in NJ, CompHealth can help you with the process.

This opportunity has a generous compensation package with bonuses. You will be offered life insurance, malpractice insurance, medical benefits, five to six weeks of vacation that will include CME time, and disability.

You will enjoy living and working a wonderfully diverse area which offers a wide range of historical, entertainment, dining, and shopping venues. You will be a short 30 minute drive from NYC.

If this opportunity sounds interesting to you, contact CompHealth for more information about this position and to discuss other anesthesiology jobs that fit your life, your goals, and your schedule.

To get started, please call 203.663.9325 or forward your CV and references to dona.menton@comphealth.com.

  • Hospital, outpatient, and office-based
  • All general with limited OB
  • All hands-on cases
  • Six call shifts per month
  • Board certified or board eligible
  • Great benefits and compensation
  • Pension available after 1 year
  • 30 minutes from NYC
  • Our services are free for you
  • We help negotiate your salary and contract
  • We coordinate interviews and help with licenses
  • Specialized recruiters match your career preferences
  • Experienced support teams take care of every detail

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