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Upstate New York Practice Hiring OBGYN Physician

Financially Stable Private Practice Hiring Ob Gyn Physician in New York

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Upstate New York Practice Hiring OB/GYN Physician

This financially stable private practice has a need for an OB/GYN to join their existing team of medical professionals. They are looking for a Board Certified or Board Eligible OB/GYN that desires to live in a mid-size community in UpState New York. Ideal location to live and work in and enjoy a balanced work and personal lifestyle.



Join an existing private practice. Two Physicians, Certified Nurse Midwife, Physician Assistant, Nurse Practitioner (Office Only). 550 Deliveries per Year. In office GE 4D Ultrasound with full time Sonographer, Colposcope and Cryosurgery. Three office locations. In Office Greenway Medical Technologies Electronic Medical Records System. Only OB Group in County.



Upstate New York; Lakeside Community; 40 minutes North of Syracuse on Lake Ontario



Share 24-hour coverage with two OB/GYNs and Two Certified Nurse Midwives



Board Certified / Board Eligible (will need to become BC). Willing to be a part of community and live in a mid-size community. Excellent Communication Skills. Desire to work in a team and diverse environment. American or Foreign Trained (must have completed a United States residency program).



Very competitive leading to full partnership with no-buy in required. Malpractice insurance $1.3 million/$3.6 million. Life Insurance $500,000 Term Life Policy. Profit sharing and 401K programs. Disability insurance and other liberal fringe benefits. Health insurance and other liberal fringe benefits. Moving Expenses.


Reference: ET-LW-10ppi-8/25/2020-LP


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