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Gastroenterologist Needed for Locum Tenens Coverage at Hospital in Coastal Maine

Garland, Maine
Closing date
May 6, 2025

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Per Diem
Position Type
Locum Tenens
About the facility

A hospital is seeking a gastroenterologist for locum tenens coverage.

About the facility location

The Coast of Maine is filled with beautiful beaches, deep sea fishing, bird watching, and other wildlife! While on assignment, explore the outdoors and visit the Nubble Lighthouse, Ogunquit Beach, or Ferry Beach State Park!

About the clinician's workday

The schedule is Monday - Friday from 8a-5p. There will be inpatient procedures with a potential clinic day later in the assignment. There will be general GI only with no advanced procedures. The facility is open to licensing.

Additional job details
  • Case load/PPD: 12 procedures per day
  • Support staff: full support staff and anes
  • Patient population: Adults
  • Location type: On-Site
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