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Physician & Surgeon (IM/FP)

Department Name: California Correctional Health Care ServicesRegion: Southern CaliforniaTime Base/FT/PT: Full TimeClosing Date/FFD: Until Filled
Physician & Surgeon (IM/FP)
California Correctional Health Care Services (CCHCS) is dedicated to hiring top tier medical talent. With this in mind, we have increased our physician salaries in 2017 with additional increases scheduled for 2018 and 2019. Theres never been a better time to join our team!
$271,260 - $284,820 annual (Time-Limited Board Certified)
$257,676 - $270,564 annual (Lifetime Board Certified)
CCHCS also offers a competitive compensation package, including:
40-hour workweek affords you true work-life balance
Generous paid time off and holiday schedule
Secure State of CA pension that vests in five years
Robust 401(k) and 457 retirement plans (tax defer up to $48k per year)
Paid CME, with paid time off to attend allows you to control more of your time and money
Dedicated assistance with H-1B, J-1 Waiver, and TN visa sponsorship
Comprehensive malpractice insurance coverage
And much more
Plus, a career with CCHCS allows you to focus on providing quality care without the burdens of managing insurance paperwork, meeting unrealistic RVUs, or maintaining a private practice. Here, in a supportive, collaborative environment, you will:
Enjoy a practical patient panel (approximately 10 12 patients per day)
Deliver basic primary care to our diverse patient population
Provide education to patients related to chronic disease management
We currently have opportunities at California Correctional Institution, a bustling facility located in the Southern California community of Tehachapi. Here, in this historic mountain town and far from the congestion of the Los Angeles Basin, youll find a wide range of outdoor activities and local events; a tight knit community; and breathtaking scenery and wildlife.
Take the first step in joining this outstanding multidisciplinary team and contact Danny Richardson, Hiring Analyst at (916) 691-3155 or Danny.Richardson@cdcr.ca.gov. EOE.
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