Rhode Island: Outpatient Med-Peds Physician Job in Rhode Island

Rhode Island’s largest independent primary care practice, Anchor Medical Associates, is expanding.

  • Innovative, cutting-edge programs
  • Consistent top performer on quality scores
  • NCQA Certified Medical Home
  • Highly efficient and effective organization with
    • Dedicated referral office
    • Dedicated EMR
    • Centralized billing
    • Embedded clinical pharmacist
    • Strong revenue stream from core, cost and quality management

The practice is structured to maximize job satisfaction.

  • Outpatient only
  • First year package – $250,000 to $300,000 (experience-based salary, signing bonus, incentives) plus full benefits
  • Only 20 days of primary call PER YEAR
  • Collaborative team approach with a supportive, family-like environment

Rhode Island provides the best of New England.

  • City, suburban or rural residences all within easy drives of the office
  • 400 miles of coastline with beautiful beaches for water activities
  • Short drives to ski slopes
  • University, college and minor league sports
  • Extraordinary local and nearby visual and performing arts
  • Great local air and rail transportation to NYC, DC, Chicago, Orlando and more
  • Opportunities in Providence, Warwick and Lincoln

For more information, contact

Breanna Wilson
Physician and Advance Practice Recruiter
314-236-4580 – Text Capabilities
[email protected]

Please reference position ID 167705 when responding.

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