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A clinic in New Jersey is looking for an Otolaryngologist who can provide locum tenens coverage for a year beginning in early June with a high chance of extension for another year. On the job, the locum tenens physician can expect to see patients between the ages of 55 and 105 for a variety of cases: The provider will be going into nursing homes and performing general ENT exams on patients plus will do wax removal and some hearing tests as well. The schedule is very flexible. The locum can work any four hours between 8 a.m. and 6 p.m. This facility uses Paper Charting.
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