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Internal Medicine Physician Needed in Arizona - Scenic Border Location
Outstanding Internal Medicine position exists with this multi-specialty group in Lake Havasu, Arizona (located on NW Border of AZ). A generous base salary of $275-$300K+ awaits the right candidate interested in joining this thriving and growing group practice. This position involves office-only. No call. This opportunity exists due to meet growing patient demand in the region. A highly independent and motivated self starter will fit well into this new role. Base with productivity incentives, full benefits, relocation reimbursement.
Practicing physicians as well as graduating residents invited to apply. Position is open to J1 or H1B visa candidates.
About Lake Havasu City
Lake Havasu City sits comfortably on the eastern shore of Lake Havasu along the Colorado River border of California and Arizona. The city was established in 1963 by Robert P. McCulloch, Sr. as a self-sufficient, planned community.
Lake Havasu City is located on what is known as "Arizona’s West Coast," just three hours’ driving time west of Phoenix, 2½ hours south of Las Vegas and four to five east of the Los Angeles area. As part of the northern and western limits of the Sonoran Desert, Lake Havasu City and the surrounding area feature outstanding biodiversity absolutely loaded with beautiful experiences.
The area attracts 835,000 visitors annually with its historic London Bridge, pristine lake, friendly community, abundant sunshine and annual events, ideal weather and wide range of restaurants and lodging. More than 400 miles of stunning coastline offer exceptional watersports, including fishing, skiing, kayaking and house boating. Visitors can also explore the lake from the beautiful beaches, campsites and hiking trails.
Rated as one of the top 100 best bass fishing lakes in America, Lake Havasu is ideal for catching large and small-mouth bass and renowned as a striped bass fishery. The Lake Havasu region is also host to extensive off-road trails and undeveloped stretches of river.