Physician: General Outpatient Psychiatrist Needed in IL, Just North of St. Louis, MO | JOB-2635497
CompHealth3.7
Remote Illinois
Job details
Estimated: $140,000 - $180,000 a year
Benefits
Life insuranceRelocation assistanceHealth insuranceRetirement planLoan repayment program
Job description
An FQHC facility in Illinois needs a general psychiatrist. This is an outpatient opportunity for someone with an Illinois license. The ideal candidate will see all patient populations, but they will consider general or child psychiatrists. The incoming physician will have the opportunity to work 4, 10-hour days, with an average of 15 patients per day. Residents and fellows are welcome to apply. They will also consider H-1B and J-1 visa candidates.

This employed position offers a competitive salary with some incentive bonuses. You may also receive student loan repayment, relocation assistance, medical benefits, life insurance/disability, vacation/holidays, CME time and allowance, a retirement plan, and malpractice coverage.

This is an excellent opportunity to work with a great organization where you can share your skills and expertise. With access to the largest bank of temporary and permanent positions nationwide, CompHealth will help you find a practice opportunity that truly matches your criteria. For more information on this or any jobs, contact CompHealth today.

If you are interested, please contact Kyle Birdsall directly at 866-612-4941 or email your CV and references to CompHealth. Refer to job number 2635497.

    Quick Facts:
  • Remote work with Illinois license
  • Opportunity is 100% outpatient, no call schedule
  • Opportunity to work 4, 10-hour days
  • Will still consider general or child psychiatrists
  • Willing to see all patient populations would be ideal
  • Average 15 patients per day
  • Will consider residents/fellows
  • FQHC facility with student loan repayment
    Benefits:
  • Our services are free for you
  • We help negotiate your salary and contract
  • We coordinate interviews and help with licenses
  • Specialized recruiters match your career preferences
  • Experienced support teams take care of every detail
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Company details

Headquarters

7259 Bingham Junction Blvd. Midvale UT 84047

Employee

1001 to 5000

Revenue

$25M to $100M (USD)

Industry

Health Care

Company Description
In 1979, CompHealth founded the locum tenens industry and focused on temporary physician staffing services for several years. Today, we offer physicians, nurses and allied healthcare professionals the resources they need and the job opportunities they want. Would you like to work full-time at a top-ten hospital? Is a rural setting more your style? Maybe you’re just looking to supplement your income close to home. Whatever healthcare job you’re looking for, we can make some great introductions. Your CompHealth recruiter can connect you with the job, the perks, and the place that’s important to you. We are among the largest and most respected healthcare staffing companies in the country. So not only do our job listings get updated every day, we know the people who are looking for help—and they know us.
Company ratings
  • Overall
    3.7
  • Company & Benefits
    3.6 / 5
  • Culture & Values
    3.6 / 5
  • Career Opportunities
    3.1 / 5
  • Work/Life Balance
    3.7 / 5
  • Senior Management
    3.4 / 5
Company reviews
"Basically a call center "
Former EmployeeRecruiter
This is basically just a call center now. Employees, no matter their seniority, have no autonomy in their work. The base salary is decent but the commission structure is abysmal. You won’t make much off of commission for quite a few years.

"Worked as physician Locums. Charlatan"
Former EmployeePhysician
CompHealth is one of several locums Tenens companies with which I have worked but the only one which has operated with “scum bag” behavior. They have a very prohibitive contract and physicians should be aware that every sentence in it is meant to allow the company to take advantage of you. They will not pay you and will find any excuse to allow the client to say they will not pay your overtime. Working conditions will be terrible but they will do nothing to speak with the client. Clients/hospitals love them because they give them “fresh meat” to use and do nothing require them to honor any compensation contracts.
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"Pure business model about making money"
Current EmployeeProvider Representative
Putting people first is at the core of their values, yet it is apparent that Capital investors and leadership are only looking out for their own gang. Turnover is incredibly high, morale continues to get lower, and the ongoing changes to the configuration of compensation and expectation for an employees opportunity for success gets further and further from the majority of staff. Leaders are clearly soldiers and do not wish to or have the ability to question the antiquated model of managing expectations or people and the reality of growing the business and the challenges the company must address. It is very disappointing, and I expect they will see significant losses in the future unless they care to evolve.
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"Not the company it was 5+ years ago....."
Current EmployeeClient Representative
this company used to live by their core values, putting people first, continuous improvement, integrity and ethics, etc..... They still mention it in almost every meeting but I feel that it's not just something they say and not really live by. Even after their employee opinion survey skewered CompHealth they still have not made any of the changes that people had suggested that could help them stay competitive. In just the last 4-6 months CompHealth has had many tenured sales reps who have been there for years leave due to this awful culture. After covid hit in an effort to keep as much business as possible they issued a mandatory 250+ calls per week. even to reps who had been there for 25 years! These reps who operate mainly off of emails where they get on average of usually about 40 calls a week but with a 3000 day book of business have to make the same amount of calls as brand new reps who have no business. This company will not change unless upper management changes. Just a bunch of good ol' boys who have been with the company in it's hayday not accepting the fact we are not the best anymore because we have not changed or adapted. This is now a call center with no culture. It used to be a great company but now just struggling with change they won't accept....
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