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Colorectal Surgery Opportunity in Fresno, CA

Employer
Trinity Health
Location
Fresno, California
Closing date
May 13, 2025

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Specialty
Surgery, Surgery, Colon/Rectal
Hours
Full Time
Position Type
Permanent

Saint Agnes Medical Providers (SAMP) has an excellent opportunity for a Fellowship Trained, Board Certified or Board Eligible Colorectal Surgeon to join a well-established group practice located in Fresno, California.

The schedule for this full-time opportunity includes a combination of clinic days, surgery days in the OR, and endoscopy. The primary location is the Saint Agnes Medical Center campus in Fresno.

This opportunity is open to new graduates as well as established physicians.

Interested candidates must possess a valid State of California Physician License or have the ability to obtain license prior to start date and must be eligible to be fully credentialed as a member of the medical staff at SAMC.

RECRUITMENT PACKAGE

This opportunity offers a competitive compensation and benefits package for the right physician including:

  • Compensation starting at $500,000
  • Health, Dental, Vision, Flexible Spending accounts, and Life Insurance
  • Supplemental long-term disability plans
  • 401(k) Plan
  • Malpractice Insurance and Tail Coverage
  • Relocation Expense Reimbursement
  • CME Allowance

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