Immediate Locum Tenens Hospitalist Assignment in Nebraska

Employer
Weatherby Healthcare
Location
Papillion, Nebraska
Posted
Dec 13, 2018
Closes
Dec 13, 2019
Ref
1965938
Hours
Full Time
Position Type
Permanent
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A hospitalist physician is needed immediately to provide coverage in Nebraska. The provider will work 12-hour day shifts. The locum tenens physician will be in the open ICU, but will not need to respond to codes or do procedures. This facility uses the Cerner EMR system to track patient interactions. The ideal candidate will be board certified or board eligible and have an active, unrestricted NE license in-hand. This facility requires providers to have an ACLS certification with a DEA license. Weatherby will also provide assistance with all hospital privileging paperwork, so thats one less thing for you to worry about. This is a perfect opportunity to supplement your income while maintaining clinical capabilities. To learn more, give us a call today to speak with an expert Weatherby for details.

  • Immediate need
  • 12-hour day shifts
  • ACLS certification and DEA license needed
  • Board certified or eligible
  • Cerner EMR system
  • 15 18 patients per day
  • Open ICU, no codes or procedures
  • NE license required
  • Paid malpractice insurance
  • Pre-paid travel and housing expenses
  • Competitive compensation
  • 24-hour access to your Weatherby Healthcare consultant
  • Charter member of NALTO
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