Full-Time NP Job Opportunity - Family Practice/Internal Medicine


OPEN POSITION:
Nurse Practitioner -- Internal Medicine/Family Practice
SCHEDULE:
- Full-Time
- 8 Hours/Day
- 9am to 5pm
- Monday thru Friday
EMPLOYMENT STATUS:
Employee (W2) -- open to 1099 independent contractor if provider prefers
COMPENSATION:
$40 to $60 per hour, depending on experience
Benefits:
- Full Malpractice Coverage
- 4 Weeks Paid Time Off
- Health Insurance
- Licensing Fees
- CME Stipend
LOCATION:
Hemet, California (greater Los Angeles area)
COMPANY PROFILE:
Established and small family practice serving the greater Los Angeles area since 2004. This organization has kept its growth slow and steady, to ensure high-quality and personal services to every patient who walks in the door. They are an extremely friendly organization and promote job satisfaction through work/life balance. It is currently a solo practice that is ready to bring on another provider to serve its patient base. The providers are assisted by a dedicated support staff.
POSITION DESCRIPTION:
Within a family practice/internal medicine environment, serve as a primary care provider seeing approximately 20 patients per day, all prepped by a qualified Medical Assistant.
This provider will use a highly-supported EMR within the office.
There are some minimal on-call duties (phone triage only); all calls are first screened by an answering service and the provider will only be contacted when necessary.
REQUIREMENTS:
- valid California NP license
- current DEA or DEA-eligible
- experience in family practice or internal medicine
HOW TO APPLY:
To apply for this position, please send your CV to Jenn Kunkel at email removed or call (773) 998-1272.
To learn more about Creative Healthcare Solutions, please visit our web site at www.chsadvisors.com.


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