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Oral and Maxillofacial Surgeon

Employer
Oral and Facial Surgeons of Illinois
Location
Springfield, Illinois
Closing date
Feb 20, 2025

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Specialty
Surgery
Hours
Full Time
Position Type
Permanent
Full-Time OMS Position

Location: Central Illinois

Job Description

An exciting opportunity to join our well-established, multiple office private practice located in the heart of the Midwest. We seek an eager, driven, compassionate candidate who is board certified/board eligible who shares our vision for positively shaping our community while delivering outstanding surgical care. The practice is rooted in dentoalveolar and implant surgery with opportunities for orthognathic, TMJ, cleft, and trauma surgery. For those with interest in teaching residents, our surgeons are adjunct faculty for SIU School of Medicine and have resident coverage for hospital surgical cases at a Level 1 trauma center. Our community boasts an extremely family-friendly environment as well as countless opportunities which includes excellent schools, recreational activities, and close proximity to larger surrounding cities.

Benefits:
Competitive salary
Malpractice insurance coverage
Health insurance
CE and board certification preparation stipend
Paid vacation
Moving expense allowance
Fast track for partnership

Contact:

Mark Stephens D.M.D
mstephens@ofsi.org

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