Charlotte, NC Corporate Care Seeks Board Certified Family Practice Physician to See All Ages
Are you wanting to treat a controlled number of patients? Come see what this corporate care client has to offer! This client needs a board-certified family practice/ primary care physician with procedure skills, but they don’t treat a lot of injuries.
They offer treatment for their employees as well as their families where the average patient volume is 2-3 per hour at the busiest of times.
This can be an attractive position for a physician with 2-3 years of experience looking to share their knowledge or the physician looking to slow down a bit. The incoming physician will be required to see patients of all ages, including children 2+. This physician should be ready to see everything from cuts and bruises, to fractures, colds and everything in between.
- Average patients per day: 16-20.
- Great compensation.
- Amazing location!
- Monday through Fridays from 8a – 5p.
- No weekends, Call or Hospital duties required.
- Friendly environment!
- Paid Malpractice.
This beautiful charlotte location offers activities and amenities for everybody! This location is fantastic for a North or South Carolina physician. Charlotte attractions and tours offer a huge variety of things to do, from high-energy racing, pro sports games and outdoor recreation to cosmopolitan art, culture and history.
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