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good pay and bennies and productivity with a nice base salary

 

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[TD]OVER $100,000 BEFORE SEEING A PATIENT – GUARANTEED

 

Multi-Million Dollar Expansion to Hospital:

• Work smarter, not harder – enjoy a 4-day work week

• Amazing benefits package – paid malpractice, over 7 weeks of vacation, full healthcare and retirement options, CME, $12,000 sign-on bonus and more

• Collaborative providers allow for a streamlined and successful practice

• Annual salary plus unrivaled production model allows for financial freedom

• Work in a hospital doubling its services and size in the next 18 months – radiology, ultrasound, ER expansion, surgical offices, new patient rooms, digital x-ray and EMR

 

Outdoor Paradise:

• Easy access to several metropolitan areas that offer major airports, fine dining, cultural amenities, professional and collegiate sporting events and more

• Moderate climate allows for year-round access to outdoor activities – golf and hike in unique and varying topography

• Great, family-oriented community with a golf course, sports complex and wildlife parks

• Within 20 minutes of three, beautiful recreational lakes that offer cabins, campsites and several boat docks

• Sensational, state-recognized school district with ACT scores well above the national average

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this is a good posting - we need more of these

 

good pay and bennies and productivity with a nice base salary

 

[TABLE]

[TR]

[TD=class: label]Specialty:[/TD]

[TD]PAC:PhysicianAssistant[/TD]

[/TR]

[TR]

[TD=class: label]Job Description:[/TD]

[TD]OVER $100,000 BEFORE SEEING A PATIENT – GUARANTEED

 

Multi-Million Dollar Expansion to Hospital:

• Work smarter, not harder – enjoy a 4-day work week

• Amazing benefits package – paid malpractice, over 7 weeks of vacation, full healthcare and retirement options, CME, $12,000 sign-on bonus and more

• Collaborative providers allow for a streamlined and successful practice

• Annual salary plus unrivaled production model allows for financial freedom

• Work in a hospital doubling its services and size in the next 18 months – radiology, ultrasound, ER expansion, surgical offices, new patient rooms, digital x-ray and EMR

 

Outdoor Paradise:

• Easy access to several metropolitan areas that offer major airports, fine dining, cultural amenities, professional and collegiate sporting events and more

• Moderate climate allows for year-round access to outdoor activities – golf and hike in unique and varying topography

• Great, family-oriented community with a golf course, sports complex and wildlife parks

• Within 20 minutes of three, beautiful recreational lakes that offer cabins, campsites and several boat docks

• Sensational, state-recognized school district with ACT scores well above the national average[/TD]

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Did they mention that it is in Kandahar?

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