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Medical Associates of Rhode Island is seeking a new physician to join their Bristol Rhode Island Practice.
Internal Medicine, independently owned, fantastic staff, and a great panel of patients, serving Rhode Islanders since 1963.
Qualified candidates must be board certified or board eligible in Internal Medicine or Family Medicine, MD or DO, with a current Rhode Island Medical License.
You will enjoy the freedom of being an independent practitioner. You will be taking over an established panel of patients to call your own. This is a Primary Care, Outpatient Practice, with a 4-day work week. Our EMR is E-Clinical and you will see 15-17 patients a day.
Excellent Benefits: Competitive Salary, Production Bonus, Equity Track-Partnership (after 2 years), Medical and Life Insurance, four weeks of PTO, plus six holidays, 5 CEU days, 401K with 4% matching, 20K Signing Bonus, up to 10K relocation bonus. Academic appointment. No Corporate burdens or restrictions.
We also offer Primary Care Medical Home (PCHM) with Nurse Case Managers and Pharmacists, Pediatrics, Long Term Care, Dermatology, Bone Mineral Density, CT-Scan, Eye-Care, Laboratory, Physical Therapy, Podiatry, Radiology, and a Walk-In Center that is available for routine and Urgent Care. We bring in specialist two times per month. We are affiliated with the Rhode Island Hospital, and our staff teaches at the Warren Alpert School of Medicine Residency Program.
Working with a great group of professionals and living in such a beautiful quintessential New England waterfront town is a dream come true.
New England ranks as the healthiest region in our country and Bristol is no exception. The area’s enchanting environment naturally lends itself to a healthy lifestyle. We have great fishing, endless hiking, and the 9-hole at the Bristol Golf Club. If you like skiing or casinos they are a short drive away.
Physician Recruitment Specialist
Created in 1685, Bristol embraces its three centuries of rich history which includes being the site of a landmark battle, as a sailing and shipbuilding hub, a critical Colonial Era port and all the while continuing to have the distinction of hosting the oldest, continuous Fourth of July Celebration in America.
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