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Physician - Hospitalist

Coshocton Regional Medical Center is currently seeking a board certified or board eligible Family Medicine or Internal Medicine physician to join its hospitalist team in Coshocton, OH. Position Details: Block Schedule of 7:00 pm - 7:00 am 7 ON / 7 OFF Premium for night shifts (optional) Procedures not required Open ICU No codes ED Physicians admit Average Census: 18 Patients per day Benefits: Competitive compensation  Production bonus Health Insurance: self-funded EPO (HMO) no cost for provider Retirement: 401k CME Allowance Relocation reimbursement Sign-on bonus Malpractice insurance Tuition reimbursement (new grads) Coshocton Regional Medical Center - What began over 100 years ago as a small local hospital has evolved into a 56-bed acute care hospital with a network of hospital-based clinics serving Coshocton County and the surrounding counties of Tuscarawas, Licking, Muskingum and Guernsey with quality family medicine and specialty care physicians. (SRMC) is 226-bed acute care facility and has become a regional medical center serving far Northern California. The Hospital offers a diverse range of services from emergency medicine, critical care, general/specialty surgery, cardiovascular, neurosciences to orthopedic care designed to meet the needs of the area.   About Prime Healthcare Founded in 2001, Prime Healthcare has emerged as one of the largest physician-led health systems in the United States. Our company includes 45 acute-care hospitals in 14 states. Twelve of the hospitals are members of the Prime Healthcare Foundation, non-profit hospitals. Prime Healthcare is proud to be named one of the "Top 15 Health Systems" by Truven, and our hospitals are consistently among the "Top 100 hospitals" in the country. We are also the nation's 5th largest hospital systems and have been named "Fastest Growing Hospital System" in the country by Modern Healthcare. We stand apart from others by our unique ability to save and transform hospitals.  632426
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