Pediatric Hospitalist Jobs in AL

Monday  ·  June 25, 2018

4 Jobs in The Cotton State

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Pediatric Hospitalist Opportunity in Fairfield County
Stamford

This pediatrics job was previously available. It is displayed here for reference.
Starting yearly salary for this position is $200,000 with a potential salary of $250,000.
This permanent job opening (Stamford) is for an academic medical center.
This perm job from New England Physician Recruitment Center was last open on May 4.
The position was first advertised on HospitalistWorking.com in the job section for Pediatrics permanent positions.
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One Great Reason to Start a New Job in Alabama
Known by many for the Lynyrd Skynyrd song "Sweet Home Alabama," Alabama's population is recognized as a Mecca for the true southern lifestyle. Altogether, Dixieland's atmosphere is a delicate balance of good food, family and real southern hospitality.



Hospitalist Opportunity You've Been Waiting For

This pediatrics job was previously available. It is displayed here for reference.
The annual salary for this job depends on experience.
This perm job from CompHealth was last open on Oct 21.
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Pediatric Critical Care Physician/Intensivist
Huntsville

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 (Huntsville) is from a hospital-owned practice.
This perm job from Huntsville Hospital was last open on Mar 15.
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Hospitalist Locums 1.5 hours from Orlando
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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 (*) is from a hospital-owned practice.
This perm job from All Star Recruiting was last open on Jul 18.
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One Reason You Might Not Enjoy Living in Alabama
Alabama might have all four seasons, but summer is usually the one most remembered. The heat and humidity associated with June and July are expressed by many as "unbearable," while in winter there is hardly ever snow. When it does snow, there is usually a panic involved because schools all around close for a few flurries.