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Physician: Emergency Physician - Sovereign Immunity plus high pay in South Carolina

Emergency Medicine Physician needed for one of South Carolina?s busiest Emergency Departments with close proximity to Charleston, Hilton Head, Charlotte, and Atlanta. This hospital has 40+ emergency department rooms, a separate fast track area, a medical observation and behavioral health observation unit. Whether it's a touch of nostalgia for the past that tugs on your sleeves, an artistic drive to experience some culture, the need for a little greenery, or the call of personal adventure, hundreds of?experiences await you in this beautiful southern city. Along the wide avenues of the city are historic sites ranging from museums, galleries, music venues, theaters and shops. There are several rivers, a national park and several city parks which offer opportunities for recreation and relaxation. Among the kid-pleasing destinations are a zoo and an incredible children's museum. To learn more about this position or other CompHealth Emergency Medicine opportunities nation wide, apply now! Call Julian Jaramillo at 800-365-8901, or email confidential CVs to CompHealth- job#2359848Quick Facts:Work in a high volume , level 3 trauma facility9 hour shifts, block template schedule. Limited night shifts due to dedicated night docsPractice in one of the largest cities in South Carolina - Major University presence in townMake well over $400,000 per yearFull and extensive benefitsPhysicians have sovereign immunity and won't get suedStrong South Carolina retirement planWon't have to treat a lot of Peds patientsBenefits:Positions open nationwideSpecialty-specific recruiting teamsResources for CV writing and acing your interviewHelp with licensing and credentialingAll at no cost to you

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