3 DO Locum Tenens Jobs
Type: Locum Tenens
A hospital with less than 100 beds, a short-term acute care hospital is seeking an Otolaryngologist for locum tenens coverage. The facility is located in Bemidji, MN. Cases are full-scope ENT. There will be clinic plus week night call, no weekend call. Dates Needed: ASAP - Ongoing Case Load/PPD: tbd Shift Type: Day Shift; 24-Hour Shift Assignment Type: Clinic; OR Assignment Duration: Locums Call Required: Yes Board Certification Required: Yes Government: No Reference ID: ORD-126096-DO-MN Contact: /> * Your LocumTenens.com recruiter has the specialized knowledge and personal connections to source premier assignments while negotiating top pay on your behalf * LT Online Experience gives you one-stop visibility into your past and future assignments, presents, time and pay, preferences, travel info and document storage * LocumTenens.com provides paid malpractice insurance (A++), paid housing and travel, comprehensive onboarding, 1099 financial consulting, and credentialing, privileging, and licensing assistance
Type: Locum Tenens
A busy hospital is seeking an anesthesiologist for locum tenens coverage. The facility is located in Griffin, Georgia. The town offers historical sites, gardens, shopping, interesting architecture, eclectic eateries, and more to visit while on assignment here! The schedule is Monday - Friday. Ideally, the clinician will be working 2 weeks on/2 weeks off. There will be call from home after the OR cases are done. There will be very low call-back during weekdays. There will be no OB call. The cases include bread and butter. There is a care team model. Dates Needed: ASAP - Ongoing Case Load/PPD: VARIES Shift Type: Day Shift Assignment Type: OR Assignment Duration: Locums Percentage Hands On: 0% Supervision/Medical Direction (CRNA): Supervision Call Required: Yes Board Certification Required: Negotiable Prescriptive Authority Required: No Government: No Reference ID: ORD-133860-DO-GA Contact: /> * Your LocumTenens.com recruiter has the specialized knowledge and personal connections to source premier assignments while negotiating top pay on your behalf * LT Online Experience gives you one-stop visibility into your past and future assignments, presents, time and pay, preferences, travel info and document storage * LocumTenens.com provides paid malpractice insurance (A++), paid housing and travel, comprehensive onboarding, 1099 financial consulting, and credentialing, privileging, and licensing assistance
Family Medicine Residency Associate Directorship in WASHINGTON Wine Country Beautiful community in central Washington nestled against the mountains is seeking an experienced Family Medicine physician to join as Assistant Program Director/Faculty for direct oversight of 6 Resident physicians focused on rural health. Join a mission-minded team of 15+ Faculty Members in a full spectrum Family Medicine program! The ideal candidate is a Board Certified Family Medicine DO (with or without OB fellowship training) that is experienced in direct oversight of residents, familiar with ACGME standards & has a passion &/or experience teaching & with residency administrative duties. - Site Residency Manager - Work with Program Director - Guaranteed salary + incentives - EXCELLENT benefits package + Loan Repayment - Loan Repayment Enjoy the the DRY side of Washington with over 300+ days of sunshine & outdoor recreation at your fingertips with access to the mountains in your BACKYARD! Interested candidates, please call 800-444-8479 to hear more & submit your CV to to be considered. Know someone that would be a perfect fit? Call to discuss our $2,000 REFERRAL BONUS & pass the information along!
Doctor of Osteopathic Medicine (DO) Jobs
A Doctor of Osteopathic Medicine focuses on holistic treatment, along with preventing treating and diagnosing injuries and illnesses. These physicians tend to focus on the patient’s whole body, rather than just specific symptoms. Along with this, they teach patients preventative care, and how to help the body heal itself. Although, these physicians do prescribe drugs to patients when they feel it’s necessary.
One notable difference between D.O. and M.D. training is the amount of hours spent studying philosophy. A Doctor of Osteopathic Medicine adds an additional 300-500 hours off philosophically based techniques for hands-on practice of the musculoskeletal system. Many D.O.s also report a high level of job satisfaction, with the average salary rounding out at $175, 726.
D.O.s must complete a Bachelor's Degree, usually focusing on the sciences, such as biology. D.O.s then take the MCAT, and enter an Osteopathic medical school. Medical school is usually completed in four years and afterword, the physician will obtain his or her license by taking and passing COMPLEX-USA. Following this, the physician will complete his or her internship and residency training. Further education may be required depending on specialty.
The History of D.O.'s
The practice of osteopathy began in 1874 when a physician and surgeon had the common reasoning that all healing began with the bone, or osteon, and from the bones, one is then able to assess, treat, and diagnose conditions. In 2014, there were more than 92,000 osteopathic medical physicians in the United States, making this one of the fastest-growing segments of U.S. healthcare professionals. At the current rate of growth, it is estimated there will be over 100,000 D.O.s, which is a significant increase from 22,000 in 1985. Overall, there is an average growth of 24 percent every five years.
D.O. Career Description
A Doctor of Osteopathic Medicine is a fully qualified physician licensed to prescribe medication and perform surgery. D.O.’s combine today’s advanced medical technology with the senses of hearing, sight, and touch to treat and diagnose patients for injury and illness, also known as the osteopathic approach. By listening carefully to patients, using their eyes to see the patient as a whole, and using their hands to detect abnormalities, D.O.’s, gain an overall sense of who their patient is to provide the most appropriate care, essentially taking an empathic approach to medicine.
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