MEDCOM

Physician (General Surgeon)

US-MO-FT. LEONARD WOOD
Job ID
2017-4309
# Positions
1
Category
Medical
Salary Range
$125,000-$400,000
Recruitment Bonus
Yes
Relocation Assistance
Negotiable
Student Loan Repayment
No

Overview

A General Surgeon position is available with the Army Civilian Medical Corps at Fort Leonard Wood, MO. This will be a bread and butter opportunity offering the stability of Civilian employment with the Federal Government, a newly developed compensation plan that is highly competitive with the private sector. Monday thru Friday schedule with call dictated by staffing. Typical day is 7:30 to 4:30, making it a great quality of life position. Fort Leonard Wood is located 2 hours southwest of St. Louis, MO, providing a Midwest lifestyle that is family oriented with access to the mall, sports, numerous colleges, and the arts. The lower cost of living drives your income another 20%, making this one of the “best kept secrets” in the Midwest. Benefits include a comprehensive health and life insurance, generous retirement programs, paid holidays, sick leave, and vacation time, paid employment related training and education, bonuses, incentive, and awards as appropriate for the job, very competitive salaries, and annual pay increases and locality pay adjustments.

Responsibilities

Employee works under the supervision of the Commander of the Health Clinic. Employee works with full professional responsibilities for his/her actions and advice. Carries out duties in accordance with the accepted standard of care and in accordance with established military rules and regulations. Board certification with progressive experience and demonstrated expertise equivalent in breadth and intensity is required. Responsible for the examination, diagnosis and treatment of the full range of patients

Qualifications

Candidates must be Board Certified, licensed in any of the 50 United States, and a U.S. Citizen

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