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Hiring Fellowship Trained Pain Specialist in South Carolina

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Hiring Fellowship Trained Pain Specialist in South Carolina


Busy, growing practice located in South Carolina is hiring a fellowship trained pain specialist physician for a full-time position. Please see the details below and if you would like to be considered for this position, apply now at the bottom of the page.



This practice is in a very large city that is approximately 1-1/2 hour from Charleston. They are seeking a fellowship-trained pain specialist. This 2 MD / 4 PA practice – alongside our adjacent high-complexity lab and physician-owned Ambulatory Surgery Center – currently provides conservative and interventional pain, regenerative medicine, and opioid use disorder outpatient treatment services.


Practice, lab, and ASC are co-located in new, state-of-the-art facility in the heart of the city, which is a great location. Our MDs are both pain fellowship-trained anesthesiologists and the founder of the practice is triple-board certified in Anesthesia, Pain, and Addiction Medicine. Practice enjoys an excellent reputation with many different referral sources since 1988. Very competitive compensation and benefits package. Excellent support staff including HR and administration so providers can focus on patient care.


The IDEAL Candidate:
• Anesthesia or PM&R experienced with a fellowship in pain medicine (BE/BC)
• Energetic self-starter with excellent bedside manner
• Proficient in image-guided interventional procedures (e.g., RFA, stims)
• Experience with regenerative medicine (PRP, stem cells) is a plus
• Must be able to submit case logs along with your CV, which will expedite the process


Reference: MPPPI-10/9/2020-LP


To Apply, click below or email an updated CV to

Physician Providers Management Corporation
(800) 581-3627 (Toll Free)
(678) 714-3907 (Fax)


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