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Physician: Opportunity for a Mohs Surgeon with full support in a beautiful Chicago suburb

A Mohs Surgery position is newly available with a large, single specialty group near Chicago, IL. This opportunity offers excellent work-life balance. Your schedule will be flexible, with no call, and you have the option to work a two to five day week. On average, you can expect to see 35 to 50 patients per day.The clinic has a large referral base, and dermatology is in high-demand?patients are booked three months out. The group has a very friendly, cohesive environment and they are looking for someone with a great personality to join their team. A current Illinois license is required. If you do not currently have one, CompHealth can assist you with the process. H1-B visa holders are encouraged to apply. Current residents and fellows will be considered.This employed position offers a generous compensation package and bonuses. You will also receive medical benefits, four weeks of vacation, $15K relocation reimbursement, and a $100K sign-on bonus!Chicago is famous for Chicago-style hot dogs, Deep dish pizza, Maxwell Street Polish Sausage, jazz music, and of course the 1920's gangster, Al Capone.If you are interested in this wonderful opportunity, please call Timothy McLean at 800-365-8901 or send your CV to CompHealth and refer to JOB-2454202Quick Facts:Join a large single specialty group with full NP and admin support with 100% clinical autonomyGenerous guaranteed base salary with percentage of collections, profit sharing and moreThey have an excellent dermatopathology lab with quick turn around time100% outpatient with no callOpportunity to do lasers and/or cosmetics if you want them$100,000 sign on bonus with $400,000 plus base salaryPartnership with profit sharing after 2 yearsEnjoy a beautiful "green" river in the heart of Chicago every St. Patrick's Day

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