Med Staff Matters, LLC is a Physician Recruitment firm with key personnel having over twenty years of physician recruiting experience. We specialize in physician recruitment, and we have an inventory of opportunities, and the ability to search for a position based on your special parameters. There is no cost to the physician candidate.

Why use our free service? We have the time, resources, and insider knowledge of potential employers in an area. We introduce your credentials and skill sets directly to key decision makers while maintaining your confidentiality. We can play an active role as a third party in the recruitment process to preserve the future relationship with your potential employer. Your cv is not distributed unless you grant permission to submit.
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If you have an interest in these positions, or if you would like me to conduct a search at no charge, please contact Rick Clark 800-538-4140 or email [email protected]

Maryland opportunity (includes Washington DC position):

1) Group in central Maryland seeks non-interventional physiatrist for outpatient, and inpatient rehab. Group is growing and needs to expand. Base, and bonus. Just over an hour to Baltimore, and Washington DC.

2) The group is made up of 4 IM, and 4 NP. They have decided to expand the practice to include their first Physiatrist for sub acute care and outpatient. They cover 500 nursing home beds in the Montgomery county area of Maryland including Bethesda, Rockville, Gaithersburg, the Beltway area. You could do pmr consults, pain (no flouro on site or in office), pressure points, injections, oversee rehab staff, sub acute care, outpatient 1-2 days a week, emg, acupuncture etc it is wide open, and you can have a lot of say in what you want to do as long as the basic needs are met. You would have a flexible work schedule of your choosing. Generally it would be weekdays only. No call, no nights, no weekends. They expect the pmr need to grow, so you could take a position of leadership if you wanted to. The group just moved into a new office. You would be employed with a base salary and production bonus. Base and bonus first year expected to be a total of 180,000.401k, 100% health benefit paid, 3 wks vacation, cme, malpractice.


Detroit Rehab Opportunity:

Large rehab group seeks additional Physiatrist. Group is involved in many settings, and has several different job descriptions available in both inpatient, and outpatient rehab. Attractive suburban locations. Base, bonus.

Ohio:

Large ortho group seeks musculoskeletal pmr for outpatient rehab, non-operative ortho, non-interventional pain, conservative back care. Base, and bonus.

New Jersey-NYC Rehab Opportunity:

1) Group of five physiatrists, and one Internal Medicine physician with offices in NJ, and the Bronx seeks another physiatrist to bring a new skill set into the group. Ideal candidate could do osteopathic manipulations, acupuncture, pain procedures. Group has a component of about 20-30% chronic pain patients. Base bonus, and partnership. Position will be based in New Jersey.

New York Rehab Opportunities:

1) Large group with satellite office in Hudson Valley about an hour from NYC, seeks Physiatrist to be based in the office and do outpatient rehab, emg’s, and personal injury. Must be able, or willing to work with lawyers including doing reports, and going to trial if necessary. Physician is in charge of all aspects of healthcare. You would be the principal physician in this office, almost as if it were your own practice. Other physicians would rotate through (Orthopedic). Pain management skills could be incorporated into the practice if you have a desire.
2) Group of Physiatrists based in Bronx seeks additional pmr for outpatient rehab, emg, and joint injections. Group sees lots of arthritic patients. No nights, no weekends, no call. Base 120,000 plus bonus at rate of 20% of collections.
3) Group of five physiatrists, and one Internal Medicine physician with offices in NJ, and the Bronx seeks another physiatrist to bring a new skill set into the group. Ideal candidate could do osteopathic manipulations, acupuncture, pain procedures. Group has a component of about 20-30% chronic pain patients. Base 150,000 bonus, and partnership. Position will be based in New Jersey.

North Carolina Rehab Opportunity:

General Physiatrist needed for inpatient, and outpatient position in Academic setting. Base, and bonus for employed position with excellent benefits. Great quality of life.



Virginia
1) Central Virginia foot hills. Non-Interventional Physiatry – DO would be great . If they wish to do EMGs, they must be board certified (or will commit to same). This person will be part of the spine center (two interventional physiatrists, one fwsp trained spine, one sports trained who does some spine). We love the DO manipulations potential. This person will provide access for our patients who have acute spine issues (we have no ability to provide access- we are too full). This person will be partnered with our Sports Trained PC doctor who provides access for all of our acute MSK issues. These two people will really allow us to meet our community need. The acute MSK portion of our practice aspires to provide extended hours every day to minimize patient reliance on the ED and to facilitate more efficient dx, treatment and return to activities. Large 14 physician ortho group needs PMR to see patients treat, refer. Non-interventional being an integral part of a spine clinic. They have 2 spine srgs, 2 interventionalists, and a PA in the clinic. This is not a screen and push to surgery type arrangement. You would keep the patient if you can help them. EMGs can be done, but you will need boards for them. They have a PCP Sports med physician that has just started. Base negotiable with bonus benefits and shareholder option.

2) Richmond, Virginia I have an ortho group looking for a Physiatrist. They are based in. Here is what they say about their needs:We are interested in a generalist that is interested in mainly doing all out patient spine. He would work in the spine team seeing lots of patients with back and neck problems. Do conservative management and diagnostic work up. He would not be doing the emgs as that is my role and not be doing the interventional spine injections since we have other physiatrists for that. He would not be doing the long term opioid pain management. Just lots of patients each day, screening for surgery and working closely with the surgeons more than the other physiatrists.Start Salary range would be $200-250 ( full time) area depending on experience but there is a bonus structure to make more even in first year or two if brings in more money than salary. 3 years to partner with no buy in. Or could stay a salaried employee without ever becoming a partner. Partners keep at least 50% of their collections and are not salaried.
If you have an interest in these positions, or if you would like me to conduct a search at no charge, please contact Rick Clark 800-538-4140 or email [email protected] or visit www.medstaffmatters.com