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Neurosurgeon Needed for Locum Tenens Coverage at Facility in Seattle, Washington

Malaga, Washington
Closing date
Jan 31, 2025

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Surgery, Surgery, Neurological
Per Diem
Position Type
Locum Tenens
About the facility

A facility is seeking several full-time permanent positions and need help to cover patient volume. Credentialing takes up to 90 days.

About the facility location

With everything from unrivaled natural beauty and world-class attractions to major sports teams, a thriving arts and culture scene, and beyond, theres always something to do in Seattle, Washington.

About the clinician's workday

The clinician will be helping with discharges and call on the weekends and nights.

Additional job details
  • Case load/PPD: 30 - 40 patients per day
  • Call ratio/schedule: weekends and nights
  • Location type: On-Site
  • Prescriptive authority required: Yes
Why choose services are 100% free for clinicians and are designed for a seamless experience with every assignment:

  • Precision job matching with proprietary algorithm
  • Rapid credentialing with Axuall Digital Wallet
  • Concierge support with a dedicated clinician deployment specialist
  • Digital hub for assignment details
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