General Orthopedic Surgery Job In New Mexico, Las Cruces

Published 2022-01-23
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General Orthopedic Surgery Job In New Mexico, Las Cruces
United States, New Mexico, Las Cruces,
Published January 23, 2022

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Job type: Full time
Contract type: Permanent
Salary type: Per annum
Occupation: General orthopedic surgery job in new mexico

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Job Quick Facts • Specialty: Orthopedic Surgery • Job Type: Locum Tenens • Location: Las Cruces, NM • Coverage Period: ASAP to Ongoing • Coverage Type: Clinical Call • Service Setting: Outpatient/Inpatient • Reason For Need: Supplemental • Shift Schedule: Mon to Fri - 3 days clinic, 2 days OR • Call Schedule: 24-hr call • Call Type: Beeper • Patient Census: 20-25 • Support Staff: 2 PAs • Required Procedures: TKA, THA, fractures, injections • Hospital Privileges Required: Yes • Temp Privileges Available: Yes • Other Info: - General Orthopedics would help mostly during OR with shoulders, knee, hip and fracture experience. • Travel, lodging, and malpractice insurance covered Requirements: • Active NM license • BC/BE

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    Adelphi Medical Staffing, Llc
    Registered on October 7, 2017


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