Pediatric Hospitalist Jobs in NM

Sunday  ·  October 21, 2018

4 Jobs in The Land of Enchantment

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Pediatric Hospitalist Program at Lovelace Westside Hospital in Albuquerque
Albuquerque

The annual salary for this job depends on experience.
This permanent position (Albuquerque) is a single-specialty group practice.
This perm job opening was posted 2 weeks ago by Envision Physician Services.
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A great opportunity for a Hospitalist in the Southwest
Farmington

This pediatrics job was previously available. It is displayed here for reference.
The annual salary for this job depends on experience.
This permanent pediatrics job (Farmington) is from a hospital-owned practice.
This perm job from San Juan Regional Medical Center was last open on Nov 9.
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Hospitalist needed in Albuquerque, NM
Albuquerque

This pediatrics job was previously available. It is displayed here for reference.
Starting yearly salary for this position is $250,000 with a potential salary of $300,000.
This permanent position (Albuquerque) is a single-specialty group practice.
This perm job from InSync Healthcare Recruiters was last open on Oct 19.
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Hospitalist Needed in New Mexico
CENTRAL

This pediatrics job was previously available. It is displayed here for reference.
The annual salary for this job depends on experience.
This permanent pediatrics job (CENTRAL) is from a hospital-owned practice.
This perm job from LocumTenens.com was last open on Aug 18.
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