California Correctional Health Care Services
- Family Medicine
- Internal Medicine
What kind of Doctor works in Corrections?
The kind who wants off the HMO treadmill.
Physician (IM/FP) - $258,204 starting annual (Time-Limited Board Certified); $245,268 starting annual (Lifetime Board Certified)
You became a doctor to practice medicine… but now working in an HMO, you’re finding more emphasis is placed on RVUs, combating insurance companies, and how many patients you can see, diagnose, and treat in an hour.
At California Correctional Health Care Services, our doctors have left the HMO treadmill and are now able to spend time with their diverse patient panel, averaging 12-15 patients per day; hone their diagnostic skills and develop treatment plans for both primary and intermediate acute care; and practice quality medicine in a multidisciplinary, collaborative setting. So what kind of doctor works in corrections? Doctors just like you.
We currently have opportunities at Mule Creek State Prison located in the charming community of Ione. Here, you can take advantage of all the outdoor activities the area has to offer including golfing on a championship golf course, hiking and biking through scenic Gold country, or exploring Amador county’s 42 vineyards. And with a reasonable commute from many surrounding communities, you’ll have your choice of country, suburban, or city living.
Our competitive compensation package includes:
- 40-hour workweek
- Retirement (pension) that vests in five years
- Paid insurance, license, and DEA renewal
- Visa sponsorship opportunities
- Paid CME with paid time off to attend
- And much more
Take the first step in joining this outstanding multidisciplinary team and contact Norman Franklin, Recruiter at (916) 691-6152 or Norman.Franklin@cdcr.ca.gov. EOE.
You may also apply online at: www.ChangingPrisonHealthCare.org
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