Physician: Gastroenterologist Needed in Illinois with $600K Income, 4.5 Day Week|JOB-2357054

Job Description:
A well-respected hospital in Illinois is looking for a board certified or board eligible gastroenterologist to join its team.
Currently, there are 2 gastroenterologists, 1 general and 1 advanced GI, along with the support of NPs, RNs, and MAs.
ERCP is not required, but can be supported if you have the skillset.
You'll be busy from day one with a full patient base.
The office is located in the hospital itself.
The work week is 4.
5 days and the call schedule is 1:3.
You'll earn a competitive compensation with a salary guarantee and RVU production bonus to make upwards of $600K.
You'll have strong health benefits, a retirement plan with employer contribution and match, a sign-on bonus, relocation, student loan repayment, and malpractice with tail coverage.
The location epitomizes the very meaning of "family-friendly.
" With great schools, with the Rock River providing the occasion for every water sport imaginable, with outdoor activities of every type available, and with the "big city" amenities of Chicago an easy drive away, this community is a great place to put down roots.
CompHealth is a national leader in healthcare staffing, serving providers in more than 100 specialties.
With available positions in all fifty states, we can help you find an opportunity in the area and type of facility that best fits your needs.
If you are interested, please contact Josh Rees at 800-365-8901 or email your CV and references to CompHealth.
Quick Facts: 4.
5 day work week Lots of referrals Call 1:3 ERCP is not required, but welcomed Outstanding compensation Robust health benefits Retirement with employer contribution and match Sign-on, relocation, student loan repayment, and malpractice with tail coverage
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