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Family Medicine Physician

Patient First, the leading urgent care and primary care provider in the mid-Atlantic region, is seeking full-time and part-time board certified Family Medicine Physicians for our locations in Pennsylvania. About the Opportunity: Excellent benefits ? We offer health benefits, 401(k) plans with Patient First matching contribution, short-term and long-term disability, and malpractice coverage. Flexible schedules ? We recognize the importance and value of your time. We offer different employment statuses to accommodate a variety of lifestyles. Physicians can choose from a variety of employment statuses. Full Time: Physicians can choose from four full-time employment statuses with benefits that include Health Insurance, Vacation, and CME. Full-Time 40: Average 40 hours a week Full-Time 35: Average 35 hours a week Full-Time 28: Average 28 hours a week Weekend Special: 14 weekday hours and 21 weekend hours per week, with one week off a month All full-time physicians receive a weekend bonus for every weekend hour worked. Part Time: The part-time requirement is 28 weekend hours in a 4-week period and 35 weekend hours in a 5-week period. About Patient First: Patient First was founded by a physician, and we understand the flexibility and freedom you want in both your career and personal life. With over 70 locations throughout greater Washington D.C., Maryland, Virginia, Pennsylvania, and New Jersey, Patient First physicians have been providing urgent and primary care for over 35 years. All centers are operational from 8am to 10pm, 365 days a year. There are no appointments, and we see primary care patients as well as urgent care cases. We have been providing primary care in the non-appointment setting for over 25 years. Visit us at www.patientfirst.com to find out more information about job opportunities as well as other physicians who have chosen a career with Patient First! YourMembership.Category: Healthcare, Keywords: Family Physician

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