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Hospitalist In - Internal Medicine - New Locums Opportunity In New Zealand (physician ), Not Specifi

New Zealand, Not Specified, Not Specified
Published 2022-06-09
Expires 2022-07-09
ID #1036664757
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Hospitalist In - Internal Medicine - New Locums Opportunity In New Zealand (physician ), Not Specifi
New Zealand, Not Specified, Not Specified,
Published June 9, 2022

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Job type: Full time
Contract type: Permanent
Salary type: Monthly
Occupation: Hospitalist in - internal medicine - new locums opportunity in new zealand (physician )


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Hospitalist opening in , New Zealand. The North Island of New Zealand is known for its volcanic activity, national parks, and cosmopolitan cities. Surrounded by bays and islands, it's known as 'the City of Sails.' At its southern tips is harbourside capital Wellington, home to the national museum, Te Papa.
To get this new adventure started, pick up the phone and call us today.
Board certified
Hospital privileges needed
1:5 call
Ward rounds, outpatient clinics, CCU coverage for cardiac/medical emergencies
10 inpatients per day
10 - 15 outpatients per week
DEA required
Beautiful location close to mountains
Most assignments provide housing, travel and transportation
Licensing/Registration and immigration assistance
Only US agency currently offering international assignments
GMS reps available 24/7 for assistance
Member of NALTO

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    Global Medical Staffing
    Registered on October 7, 2017

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