OBGYN Physician

OBGYN Opportunity | 1 Hour to Kansas City | Earn $400,000 plus production and quality bonuses | $500,000 Potential Income

Clinton, MO 64735
Income Potential:
Up to $400,000.00*
Signing Bonus:
Loan Forgiveness:
Job Number:
Posted Date:
Recruiter's Name:
Michelle Baker
Contact Number:
(800) 876-0500
Merritt Hawkins

Job Description & Requirements
Start Date:
Available Shifts:
1:3 Call
Job Type:

Enjoy a true community-oriented, family medicine group, joining 58 providers in this stable and growing practice. This award-winning program has been ranked in the 96th percentile for provider satisfaction for years running and is also a multiple Missouri Quality Award Recipient, CMS 4-star rated organization, Studer Group “Excellence in Patient Care” Award Recipient and has been listed among Becker Review’s 150 Best Places to Work.
Other benefits include:
  • $400,000 base plus production and quality bonuses
  • $200,000 in loan repayment
  • Residency stipend and signing bonuses available
  • 1:3 call
  • 5 weeks paid time off
  • $5,000 CME stipend
  • Paid malpractice and tail coverage

Combining small-town comfort, family-friendly atmosphere, and community spirit with easy access to the Kansas City area and all the professional and Division I sports, national touring concerts, premium shopping, museums, art galleries, symphony, and more that come with it.
Community Highlights:
  • Low cost of living—rated 6th in the U.S.
  • Both public and private school options
  • Minutes from a 56,000-acre lake and state park
  • Two country clubs and new construction housing option
  • 70,000 service area population

About The Company

Merritt Hawkins, an AMN Healthcare company, is a permanent physician placement service that fills more physician jobs than any other firm. In addition to being the nation’s leader in physician employment search and consulting services, Merritt Hawkins also recruits and places select allied health professionals. AMN Healthcare is an EEO/AA/Disability/Protected Veteran Employer.  We encourage minority and female applicants to apply.