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Post-Acute Care Physician in Cooperstown, NY at TeamHealth

Date Posted: 9/16/2020

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Job Description



Advance your career by joining TeamHealth in Cooperstown, New York. We have an excellent opportunity for an internal medicine or family medicine physician to work as part of a team commiteed to providing quality care in the post-acute care setting.

Deliver primary care to short-term patients and long-term residents in the skilled nursing setting. Enjoy a flexible schedule and work/life balance. Full-time and part-time opportunities are available as well as potential medical directorship opportunities.



Position Highlights:
  • Flexible daily schedule making for a work/life balance
  • Primary weeknight call covered by APC call group
  • Competitive compensation
  • Full benefits if working at least 4 days per week
  • Gherimed EHR
  • Potential medical directorships
  • Strong local and national leadership support
  • Structured onboarding and training program
  • Partnership with AMDA to provide post-acute care specific CME courses
Why TeamHealth Post-acute Care?
Join the nation’s leading provider of facilities-based medicine and the largest network of post-acute care clinicians. TeamHealth’s Post-acute Care program is comprised of more than 1,500 primary care and behavioral health clinicians in more than 31 states. We support our clinician teams by providing best-in-class orientation and training, a dedicated EHR system and exceptional access to ongoing clinical education.

 



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