Permanent Bariatric Surgery Physician in Detroit, Michigan

Bariatric Surgery physician job in Michigan : Come to Detroit and become an integral part of the premier surgical group in the DMC system. Our comprehensive practice seeks an experienced fellowship-trained bariatric surgeon to serve as a Medical Director for our Center of Excellence and provide leadership as we continue to develop our surgical service line. The new physician should have experience with Roux-en-y, Lap-Band and sleeve gastrectomy procedures. With a community deficit the new physician hit the ground running and be busy quickly. This is an employed position with offices in the MOB on campus. DMC Medical Group is offering a competitive compensation package including CME and malpractice insurance with tail. All interested candidates should be board certified/board eligible and minimally invasive fellowship-trained with excellent surgical skills. Our medical experts are nationally recognized and each year hundreds of DMC doctors are included in the list of America?s Best Doctors. A reputation for excellence draws patients to programs in oncology, organ transplant, cardiology, women?s services, neurosciences, stroke treatment, orthopedics, pediatrics and rehabilitation. DMC has more than 2,000 licensed beds and 3,000 affiliated physicians. Detroit is home to the four major professional sports team and our orthopedic specialists are team physicians to the Detroit Tigers and Red Wings. All interested candidates are encouraged to submit their current CV for immediate consideration. All inquiries are kept strictly confidential and no personal information is shared outside the DMC/Tenet network. ?
Board Certified or Board Eligible Medical Doctor with or w/o US residency with current US work visa.

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