A hospital in West Virginia is seeking a urologist who can provide locum tenens coverage for approximately six months starting in early March, with chance of extension. On a typical day, the provider can expect to see about 20-25 patients of all ages, but mostly adults. Cases include, but are not limited to, general urology, evaluation and management of patients with urologic disorders (cystoscopy, transurethral surgeries, nephrectomy, vasectomy, varicoceles, hydroceles, orchidopexy, and chordee repair. The provider must be experienced and comfortable with clinic and surgical urology. The provider will work a time schedule 8:30am to 4:30pm Monday through Friday. This facility uses Meditech EMR. Competitive compensation Travel-related expenses covered A-rated medical malpractice insurance provided Industry leading licensing and credentialing support
Associated topics: relief, robotics, urology
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