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Physician / Family Practice / Oklahoma / Permanent / Family Practice Position

Company: AIM Consultants
Location: Tulsa
Posted on: April 1, 2024

Job Description:

We are searching for a Family Practice Physician for a tribal clinic in Hugo, Oklahoma. Hugo is located on the border of Oklahoma/Texas just 30 minutes north of Paris Texas. This is a government position so no Oklahoma license is needed, you may work with any state license in good standing.The Clinic offers very competitive salary and benefits.Compensation & Benefits Starting Salary 220k/YR Loan Repayment Comprehensive Health Insurance plan 401K Retirement plan Sign On Bonus Negotiable Student loan repayment options Multiple Schedule 5 weekdays per week, M-F 8am-4: 30 pm No Call No Nights No Weekends No HolidaysRequirements Must be BC in Family Medicine by AOA or ABMSLicense No Oklahoma License Needed, you may work with any state license in good standingFor more information on this position please Contact AIM Consultants.You may call Brenda Buck for immediate consideration. Or, you can e-mail us and we will contact you as soon as possible. All personal information is kept strictly confidential and will not be forwarded without your permission. We look forward to speaking with you soon.Brenda Buck - AIM ConsultantsCell Phone Fax Email: (Member NAPR & AMR) Address:7819 South Union AveLoft # 602Tulsa, Oklahoma 74132AIM Consultants is the exclusive Physician and Healthcare Provider recruiter for the State of Oklahoma Tribal and Indian Health Services. We have specialized over the last 25 years in rural, metro, tribal and Indian health services.

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