Otolaryngology Physician

ENT: Potential to earn $600,000 annually with a great work-life balance in a Big Ten university city

Location:
Lafayette, IN 47905
Income Potential:
Up to $525,000.00*
Signing Bonus:
Yes
Loan Forgiveness:
No
Job Number:
116591
Posted Date:
3/27/2020
Recruiter's Name:
Allen Russell
Contact Number:
(800) 876-0500
Organization:
Merritt Hawkins


 
Job Description & Requirements
Start Date:
4/19/2020
Available Shifts:
M-F 8-5 open to a 4 day workweek with 10 hour shifts
Job Type:
Permanent

An established practice in an inviting Big Ten community is seeking a qualified otolaryngologist to join its team. Teaching/lecturing opportunities are available in this role, if desired.

Opportunity Highlights
  • Enjoy a wonderful quality of life—option for a four-day workweek
  • Ability to work with residents and medical students
  • Incredible income potential plus comprehensive benefits
  • Optional sign-on bonus and relocation assistance available
  • Excellent support staff—RN or MA and a scribe for each physician
  • $525,000 first-year guarantee

Located approximately an hour from Indianapolis, our inviting Midwest community is home to a local university and offers a vibrant and charming culture that’s perfect for families and individuals alike.

Community Highlights
  • A cost of living more than 21% lower than the national average
  • Exceptional public and private school options
  • Convenient access to Chicago, Indianapolis, and their many amenities, including top-notch restaurants, live entertainment, and professional sporting events
  • Forbes ranks Indiana #11 in “Best States for Business”

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.




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