Hospitalist (Moonlighter/PRN)

Company Name:
IPC The Hospitalist Company
### Hospitalist (Moonlighter/PRN)
IPC The Hospitalist Company is seeking BC/BE Internal Medicine and Family Medicine trained physicians who are interested in supplementing their income and/or seeking to keep their inpatient skills current by working on an as needed basis with our local hospitalist groups.
### Compensation & Benefits
As an IPC moonlighter, you will be rewarded with a highly attractive compensation package and fully paid medical malpractice policy.
IPC The Hospitalist Company is an Equal Opportunity Employer.
### Location
#### New London, CT
New London in Brief
Located midway between New York City and Boston on the shores of the Thames River and Long Island Sound, New London is steeped in New England culture. A sense of community defines this charming city, which is home to important historic landmarks, acres of public parks and many museums.
The New London File
Education. The New London Public Schools have a well-deserved reputation for excellence and the city is also home to several respected colleges.
Real Estate. New London offers real estate variety, everything from intimate residential neighborhoods to lively downtown or waterfront living.
Family. With a population of just over 25,000, New London provides a wonderful small-town atmosphere in which to raise a family.
Culture. New London offers a rich cultural scene, including numerous art galleries, museums, theaters and a unique maritime atmosphere.
Recreation. The New London Parks Conservancy leads the effort to ensure that residents can make the most of the city''s 26 parks, and water activities abound during the summer months.
Weather. New London enjoys a temperate climate, due to its long coastline on the Long Island Sound. While its winters are cold, summers are hot and humid, spring offers variable temperatures and fall is mild.
New London Fun Fact
For several decades beginning in the early 19th century, New London was the second busiest whaling port in the world.
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