Kaiser Permanente/The Mid-Atlantic Permanente Medical Group, PC (MAPMG) is seeking a full time Board Certified/BE Bariatric Surgeon to join our team. Our multi-disciplinary bariatric team consists of 2 bariatric surgeons, dedicated bariatric nutritionists, bariatric surgical PA, and nurse navigators.You would be joining our bariatric surgeons along with a team of 12 general surgeons and surgical oncologists. Our surgical practice will allow you to perform the wide breadth of bariatric surgery and opportunities for other advanced laparoscopy as well.
Requirements: Board certified or eligible, and the ability to obtain active DC, Maryland, and Virginia medical licenses are required.
We offer a competitive salary (based on MGMA data), exceptional benefits, paid occurrence malpractice insurance, and the opportunity to attain shareholder status in two years. 100% paid health and dental insurance premiums for themselves and their eligible dependents, as well as 4 weeks of vacation and 9 paid holidays. Multiple retirement options are offered, including a 401k (5% salary contribution) and vested pension plan after 5 years of service.
The Best Career Opportunity for Dermatologists in the United States! Integrated Dermatology (ID) is expanding its presence in DC and looking for extraordinary dermatologists to join the team.
1. Board Certified / Board Eligible - Current residents & experienced candidates will be considered.
2. Dermatologists that put patients first
3. Dermatologists that recognize they are only as good as their team and support their team's development
4. Dermatologists who understand if they foster a practice culture that does #2 and #3 they will earn above average income and develop practices that attract people for care and employment
About Integrated Dermatology
Integrated Dermatology is the nations largest private dermatology practice by geography. With practices in over 30 states, we have expanded nationally by looking for great dermatologists and great practices wherever we can find them. We value integrity, family, clinical autonomy for our providers, and fostering a culture that attracts great team members and patients. If you have a positive attitude and boost the teams you work with we welcome speaking with you.
Perks of the Area
Washington DC is the ultimate metropolitan location. Smithsonian museums, the National Mall and an array of outdoor activities. Explore wondrous neighborhoods, a dining scene filled with Michelin-approved restaurants, rooftop bars and beer gardens and safe entertainment options, both indoors and outside. The gathering place for politicians, business executives, and artisans. The nation's capital has something for everyone.
Contact information: For more information about this exciting opportunity, please reach out to Dan Schueller at - Office: 561-404-7306Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Kaiser Permanente/The Mid-Atlantic Permanente Medical Group, PC (MAPMG) is seeking a full time Board Certified/BE General Surgeon to join our team. We have a robust surgical practice consisting of 14 other general surgeon, bariatric surgeons and surgical oncologists. Our practice allows our surgeons to perform wide breath of general surgery from benign skin lesions, colorectal cancer and advanced laparoscopy.
The position, based in DC and Suburban Maryland Service Area , will involve seeing patients at the Kaiser Permanente Largo Medical Center and performing surgery at our outpatient surgery centers along with inpatient surgery at Holy Cross Hospital in Silver Spring, MD.
The Mid-Atlantic Permanente Medical Group is a physician-owned and managed multi-specialty group with over 1700 physicians and 750,000 members across the region which allows physicians to practice medicine without the stress of pre-authorization, billing and RVU constraints. Our integrated system allows for quick access to your colleagues, primary care physicians and consultants.
The ideal candidate would have at least 4-8 years of experience. The selected candidate must have or can obtain active Maryland, DC and Virginia medical licenses.
Based on recent jobs postings on Zippia, the average salary in the U.S. for a Surgeon is $328,629 per year or $158 per hour. The highest paying Surgeon jobs have a salary over $420,000 per year while the lowest paying Surgeon jobs pay $256,000 per year
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