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Temporary Job in IA for a Perinatologist

Employer
CompHealth
Location
Des Moines, Iowa
Closing date
May 31, 2025

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Specialty
Obstetrics
Hours
Per Diem
Position Type
Permanent
We are currently helping a medical center in Iowa that is in need of a maternal fetal medicine/perinatology physician to assist with locum tenens coverage. Your assignment schedule will be Monday through Friday, 8 am - 5 pm, with 1:3 call. You will see 8 - 12 consultations per day. As the covering physician, you will need to be board certified or board eligible. For this assignment, CompHealth is able to help an unlicensed physician obtain an IA state license. The EMR is Epic.

Let your recruiter know if this assignment sounds like a good fit for you.

  • Certification: BC/BE required
  • License: IA state license needed
  • Schedule: Monday through Friday, 8 am - 5 pm
  • Call: 1:3
  • Charting: Epic EMR
  • Caseload: 8 - 12 consultations per day
  • We negotiate better pay and deposit it weekly
  • We arrange complimentary housing and travel and comprehensive malpractice coverage
  • We simplify the credentialing and privileging process
  • Access to online portal for assignment details and time entry
  • Your specialized recruiter takes care of every detail



CompHealth JOB-2934688

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