Palliative physicians tend to the care of patients who are extremely ill. These physicians work to make their patients comfortable and feel at ease, while improving their quality of life in the last days, weeks or months. These physicians cope with the death of their patients on a regular basis. Although this can be mentally exhausting, many palliative physicians feel that it's rewarding providing comfort to those in need in their final days. Palliative physicians are difficult to find, and jobs are plentiful. Ready for a new opportunity? Start your search today!
Most areas of the United States are in great need of palliative care specialists, which means most employers are willing to offer competitive wages and incomparable perks and benefits. The average salary for a palliative care physician is between $80,000 and $100,000, although this completely depends on where the position is located geographically, and the type of facility.
States that offer the most competitive salaries are California, Georgia, New York, Massachusetts and Connecticut. You'll typically find a palliative physician working in a nursing home, hospice center or hospital. Whether you're looking for a position on the west coast, in New England, or in the southern states, you'll find what you're looking for on All Physician Jobs!
If you're a qualified palliative physician in search of a new permanent, temporary or travel opportunity, take a few moments to fill out All Physician Job's quick and easy online application. After you complete your application, you'll have the ability to send it to any position you find while browsing through the openings. Just click apply, and you'll be on your way to a new job in no time!
Fidelis Partners - Visalia, CAPalliative Medicine Physician NeededSunny CaliforniaIf you possess both the passion and training necessary to help grow this established Palliative Medicine service line, then this community is invested in providing the care that promotes pain relief, quality of life, and support for patients and their families.Mature interdisciplinary team in place-...