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Hiring Gastroenterologist in New York!

Hiring Gastroenterologist for full-time position at New York Hospital

by Amanda Duncan
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Hiring Gastroenterologist in New York!

New York General Hospital is hiring a gastroenterologist and new grads and visa physicians for 2021 are encouraged to apply!

New York General Hospital, located in beautiful Western New York, has a wonderful Hospital Employed opportunity for a BC/BE Gastroenterologist. Physicians in this Group are very much respected, admired, and appreciated for their work.

Average patients seen in the office: 20 per day. Physician would be responsible for routine procedures and would also be offered a voluntary appointment for teaching Residency students in affiliation with the University at Buffalo. Competition very low. Tertiary referral centers Buffalo and Rochester, NY. Consult Call!

Benefits: Competitive Base Salary in the range of $ $450k-500k plus production bonuses based on RVU’s. CME & Dues/ Publications. Malpractice Insurance. 403b & 457 retirement. Sign on bonus. Hospital employment. Paid time off. Relocation assistance

About the Hospital: Located in beautiful Upstate, New York, just 70 miles south of Buffalo. 186 beds. Service area of 110,000 Medical staff of just over 231 members. Full range of clinical wherewithal.

The Community: University town offers culture, art and Division I athletics. Pristine beauty of the geographic location. Recreational activities for every season including: biking; boating; hiking; kayaking; skiing; and so much more. Close to Buffalo & Finger Lakes wine country. Excellent private & public and school systems Diverse dining, local markets, festivals & community events. Low cost of living with quality real estate choices.

Reference: LSMar-3/12/2020-LP

To Apply, email an updated CV to or submit an application online.

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