HospitalistJob ID 301134 Date posted 04/17/2023
- Barron, WI
- Full Time
- Hospital Internal Medicine
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Mayo Clinic Health System in Barron, Wisconsin is seeking a Board Certified/Board Eligible Internal Medicine physician to join our Hospitalist team. Family Practice Board Certified/Eligible physicians will also be considered given sufficient inpatient experience.
This physician will provide comprehensive care from admission to discharge for all patients referred to the service. You may expect a busy practice in a physician led financially stable organization, committed to both high quality patient care and patient satisfaction.
Primary responsibility to our 25-bed Critical Access Hospital with a Transitional Care Unit in Barron, WI. Opportunity may exist to pick up additional shifts at our 205 bed Hospital located 50 miles away.
- Seven days on, seven days off.
- 12-hour workdays, must be 30 minutes on call arrival to ED if temporarily out of the building.
- Team of five Hospitalist provide 24-hour, 365 coverage.
- Back up assistance in ED for resuscitations/trauma red (only expected to use HIM skill set)
- Mixture of days and nights rotating.
- 161 shifts required yearly
- Comprehensive benefits package and competitive salary guarantee
Must have M.D., D.O. or foreign degree equivalent. Must have or be eligible for a Wisconsin medical license and must be Board Eligible/Board Certified (BE/BC) in Internal Medicine, or in final year of ACGME accredited program leading to certification.
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