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Generous completion bonus – emergency privileges granted. Coastal NJ – 5446

National Anesthesia Services, Inc.
August 10, 2021
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Our client – a large, a hospital-based practice located in coastal New Jersey– is looking for locum MDs to provide coverage beginning ASAP –takes 30 days to privilege.  We can be flexible on a start date. Locums will see general cases. Enjoy the location convenient to NYC or Philadelphia for weekend fun or spend your downtime enjoying the shore.


Hospital and contract details are as follows:

  • Wide variety of cases, to include some OB.
  • Shifts: 10-hour day shifts or 24-hour inhouse call shift
  • Supervised position 1:3; or will be hands on at tims
  • Competitive rate and completion bonus paid after 13 weeks of assignment
  • All travel, lodging expenses paid
  • Meal per diem provided (if you’re a traveler)
  • Malpractice insurance provided at no cost to you or reduction to your rate


Interested candidates:


Please connect with Jill Binder or Randi Carter at (800) 642-1999 ext. 304/314, email us at / or fax your CV to (248) 646-0361 to discuss this opportunity. We look forward to hearing from you!


Is the above not the opportunity you’re looking for? Connect with us anyway, we love to hear from you, or visit our Job Board at Our agency specializes in the placement of anesthesia providers across the country and with connections coast to coast, we’re sure to have something of interest to you! When it comes to anesthesia staffing agencies – we are the expert. We are National Anesthesia Services.


If you’re not currently looking for your next or a new opportunity, please pay us the highest compliment there is and refer us to your colleagues! We have an excellent referral program that consistently earns you extra money with every hour your colleague works for us. For more information on this program or to submit a referral, please contact us at 1-800-642-1999!

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