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Physician: South Carolina Hospital-Employed Urology Physician Need JOB-2504901

An exciting urology opportunity is now available with a hospital-employed group in South Carolina. The community has growing a demand, so the group is accepting new candidates. The group is accepting board certified or board eligible applicants. If you do not currently hold a license in South Carolina, CompHealth can help you obtain one. Current residents and fellows will be considered.
This hospital-employed opportunity offers a generous compensation package with bonuses. You will also be offered life insurance, malpractice insurance, medical benefits, 35 days of PTO, CME time, a retirement package, relocation assistance, and a possible sign-on bonus.
You will enjoy living and working in this welcoming North Carolina city that offers an easy drive to Charleston, Columbia, and even Charlotte. It?s a city where people are friendly and will go out of their way to help neighbors and strangers alike.
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.
For inquiries about this opportunity, send your CV and references to CompHealth or call 800-365-8901Quick Facts:Employed opportunity with an existing practicePractice is trying to keep up with the growthJoin another urologist in a hospital-employed practiceBoard certified or eligible requiredStrong compensation plan including base salary and RVU bonusFull benefits35 days of paid time offPotential sign-on bonusBenefits:Our services are free for youWe help negotiate your salary and contractWe coordinate interviews and help with licensesSpecialized recruiters match your career preferencesExperienced support teams take care of every detail

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