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OB/GYN Hospitalist

Greystone OBGYN
Conyers, Georgia
Closing date
Jul 6, 2025

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Full Time
Position Type
Privately owned, market leader in OB/GYN practice in the suburbs of Atlanta that is growing and seeking to add another OB/GYN Hospitalist. Our medical team consists of 6 Board Certified OB/GYN physicians and 6 Board Certified midwives.  The OB/GYN Hospitalist will work 8 24/hr shifts a month with a midwife who takes first call.  The OB/GYN hospitalist is utilized for emergencies, supervising the outcomes of our group’s private patients and hospital walk-in patients.  With over 1000 deliveries annually, this practice is affiliated with a prominent Atlanta community health system.

Flexible scheduling that involves (8) 24hr shifts every month.  The hospital offers a Level 3 NICU, 24 hr in-house anesthesia/ neonatology support as well as up to date equipment including the Da Vinci surgical robot.  Voted “Best OB/GYN Practice” many years in a row our physicians are leaders in the community and hospital quality.  This practice is very active in women’s health charities and events.

We offer flexible scheduling and GYN surgery, competitive salary, health, dental, life and disability, CME, malpractice coverage, relocation, retirement, dues/subscription/cellphone coverage as well as PTO.

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