Family Healthcare, Inc - Lincoln Park Medical Center - New Lexington Low Cost Clinic

  • 409 Lincoln Park Drive
  • New Lexington OH, 43764
  • Contact Name: Rachel Barnette
  • Contact Phone: 740-342-4192
  • Clinic Details: Family Practice physicians (multiple openings) needed to serve large medically underserved and indigent patient population in Appalachian Ohio in Chillicothe, Ohio and satellite clinics in Logan, McArthur, New Lexington, The Plains, and Pomeroy at an FQHC. Frequent evening and weekend call; substantial hospital inpatient load plus office patients. Must have M.D. or D.O. degree; able to obtain Ohio license, BE in Family Practice. Reply by e-mail with resume to: [email protected]

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  • Services: Enabling Services, Mental Health/Substance Abuse Services, Obstetrical and Gynecological Care, Primary Medical Care, Specialty Medical Care
  • Remarks: Year round

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