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General Surgeon Needed for Locum Tenens Coverage at Hospital in Eastern Iowa

Employer
LocumTenens.com
Location
Maxwell, Iowa
Closing date
May 29, 2025

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Specialty
Surgery
Hours
Per Diem
Position Type
Locum Tenens
About the facility

A hospital is seeking a general surgeon for locum tenens coverage.

About the facility location

Eastern Iowa is known for its landscape and architecture! While on assignment, visit Pikes Peak State Park, Living History Farms, or Maquoketa Caves State Park!

About the clinician's workday

The clinician will see emergent ER cases as well as inpatients that need surgery. There is a steady OR and the clinician may expect to do about 3 surgeries/day. There will be no APPs in the OR and there are GIs on staff.

Additional job details
  • Case load/PPD: 3 surgery/day
  • Support staff: no APP in OR
  • Call ratio/schedule: Solo call while on assignment
  • Location type: On-Site
Why choose LocumTenens.com?Our services are 100% free for clinicians and are designed for a seamless experience with every assignment:

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  • Rapid credentialing with Axuall Digital Wallet
  • Concierge support with a dedicated clinician deployment specialist
  • Digital hub for assignment details
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