• Quality practice – the senior physiatrist is Board Certified in PM&R, Pain, Sports and EMG’s
  • Good collegial relations and cohesive office staff 
  • NO drug patients

 Practice Features:    

 

  • Two-person practice; the two physicians are interventionalists
  • Fluoro and ultrasound-guided procedures are done in the office
  • Have trained and certified technicians to do the NCS portion

Responsibilities:

 

  • Do joint injections under ultrasound, trigger point injections, EMGs, and office visits
  • See 2-3 patients per hour
  • Diagnose problems as needed, but as an interventional pain management practice, there will typically only be a handful of diagnoses seen with the majority erring toward spine and major joint pain
  • 2 days in NJ and 3 days in Brooklyn

 Compensation:         

 

  • Competitive salary and comprehensive benefits

Affiliation:                

 

  • Employee with partnership potential

 Payors:

 

  • The majority of the patient base is Medicare and Medicaid, but there are commercial plans also seen, including Fidelis, Cigna, Aetna, and United Healthcare

 Candidate

Qualifications:

 

  • Should be Board Certified

You’ll find plenty of outpatient physiatry practice opportunities when you search the Openings listed on the website of Farr Healthcare. Even though competition is greater in this field, we believe there’s a perfect match for every outpatient physiatrist candidate and employer. You won’t find a larger listing of practice opportunities  anywhere for top-quality outpatient physiatry opportunities, especially one with so much information.