MD/DO: Occupational Medicine

Amarillo, TX 79102
Locum

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Our client connects businesses with qualified candidates to contract or hire through the unique combination of people and technology—to access talent in ways not previously possible. Sourced through our ever-growing, specialized network of vetted recruiters, our technology platform matches expert recruiters to open positions, providing key insights to accelerate hiring. Our platform helps businesses fill even the most challenging reqs, while providing better hiring experiences for everyone: hiring managers, talent acquisition teams, recruiters, and candidates alike. Our client's employees are passionate about improving hiring for everyone. We are located in Nashville, TN with people spread all across the United States. Professionals who join our client embrace these values: • Driven - We are driven to give outstanding experiences and outcomes. • Bold - We are transforming traditional hiring with speed and transparency. • Growing - We value curiosity, learning and improving ourselves and our industry. • Accountable - We stand behind our commitments and take pride in how we show up every day. • Caring - We care about transparency, openness, dignity and respect for our colleagues, clients and our industry.

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MD/DO : Occupational Health Location: Amarillo, TX Full­time, Locum contract- Long-term, DOT certified Physician needed Dates needed: Mar 12-16, May 7-11, 14-18, 21-25, 29-31. Jun 1 We are seeking qualified Physicians for a Texas­ based locum opportunity, where you’ll have the opportunity to work on a short ­term basis for one of the top facilities in the area. During this assignment, you’ll be caring for patients in an Occupational Health/Urgent Care Clinic setting. Your hours for this position will be 8-5 You’ll be required to have the following certifications in order to be qualified for this position: DOT Benefits: ● Travel costs covered ● Malpractice insurance covered ● Other details *This is a contract position. Estimate based on anticipated hourly bill rate multiplied by expected hours billed per month­minus actual pay rate, expenses (including but not limited to malpractice, credentialing, travel, taxes, benefits, etc). How much you actually make may vary depending on schedules, shifts, location, and other factors.*