1 Maternal-Fetal Medicine Locum Tenens Jobs in Kansas
Type: Full-Time, Permanent
Physician (MD/DO) - Maternal-Fetal Medicine in Kansas City, KS - Be a part of an award-winning hospital group in a top-rated suburb. _Enjoy unlimited resources and top-notch facilities to give the best healthcare possible. Make what you deserve with a great schedule and live in one of the most desirable suburbs in America._ Compensation: * $750,000 * Plus signing bonus, relocation, student loan, and benefits package Schedule: * Mon-Fri 7:30am - 4:30pm; Fridays you typically leave by 1:30pm * No Nights, No Weekends * Easy call schedule - No deliveries Practice: * Join 3 other experienced Maternal Feta Medicine physicians * 6 APPs support you * Clinic, hospital consult and Telemedicine - NO deliveries Location: * A Major Metro with ALL the amenities you want in a family-friendly environment: * World-famous BBQ cuisine, restaurants, and microbreweries * 15 major venues and 250 live music locations * A major hub for your favorite sports teams, plus over 100 golf courses within 100 miles * Historic markets, museums, and zoos * Lower cost of living than other Major Metros * International Airport with 3 hour nonstop flights to either Coast JN -032023-28602 _ _
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Are you looking for your next travel assignment? With maternal fetal medicine locum tenens jobs in Kansas, you will have the opportunity to visit several of the state’s wonderful attractions. Spend your weekend at the Moxie Grill and Brew Pub for a relaxing day of good food and great company. Experience the wonders of the Sunflower State when you apply for Kansas locum tenens maternal fetal medicine jobs. As a maternal fetal medicine (MFM) physician, your duties will be focused on helping expectant mothers navigate through difficult pregnancies. MFM physicians, also known as high-risk pregnancy specialists, work with expectant mothers to ensure a healthy pregnancy. Specifically, MFM specialists provide expectant mothers with prenatal care, manage any complications that may arise throughout the pregnancy, and diagnose any potential birth defects in the fetuses. In order to become a high-risk pregnancy specialist, you must have an additional three years of training in high-risk pregnancies, which will help equip you with various research and methods to treating high-risk pregnancies. Are you ready to begin looking for your next travel assignment? Start your job search today.