Infectious Disease Physician

Infectious Disease Associates
Newark, Delaware
Closing date
Sep 15, 2023

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Infectious Disease
Full Time
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Job Description

Infectious Disease Physician -- Full-time opportunity in a well-established ID private practice in Newark, DE. Our 4 MD/ 4PA thriving practice has a strong affiliation with Christiana Care Health System--a 1,200-bed health system, a University affiliate, Level I Trauma Center, and Transplant Center.

Completion or near completion of an accredited Infectious Disease fellowship
Board-certified or board-eligible in Infectious Diseases
Complete the licensing requirements in the State of Delaware
Adherence to the principles and ethical standards of medical practice

Become an integral provider in a top-notch practice in the community
General ID medicine: 100% inpatient
Research and teaching opportunities
Weekend on-call one out of six weekends with PA support

Competitive salary
401K, profit sharing
Four weeks of vacation; work one holiday a year.
Personal health care insurance
Group Disability Plan, Life Insurance

Professional Liability Insurance
Allowance for professional CME activities
IDSA membership
Delaware licensing expenses reimbursed.

Cell phone

Job Type: Full-time

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