Arizona Pain Doctors, a well-respected and established Interventional Spine & Pain Management practice, is seeking a Pain Management Physician in the East Valley of Metro Phoenix, AZ.
We are in search of a Board Certified/Board Eligible, Fellowship-Trained Pain Management physician. The physician can have primary board certification in Anesthesiology or Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation.
This is a remarkable opportunity to join a practice where your investment is appreciated and valued.
Candidate(s) must have excellent bedside manner, time management skills and be looking for long-term employment in an outpatient clinical setting (no inpatient services or on-call duties).
The physician will provide comprehensive multi-disciplinary pain management care and may supervise ARNPs/Physician Assistants.
Position requires a variety of clinical and technical skills including coordination, workup, diagnosis, treatment, interventional and medical management with follow up to pain patients. An ideal candidate would be able to perform all cervical/thoracic/lumbar injections and radiofrequency ablations, along with the ability to perform spinal cord stimulator trials and implants (we are willing to train someone on implants if they are not currently doing them). Skills in Kyphoplasty/vertebroplasty/Superion procedure are a plus but we are also willing to facilitate training in these procedures for a physician who is willing to learn them.
Clinic hours are 7:30 AM – 4:30 PM Monday through Friday.
- A competitive salary guarantee with productivity-based incentives from the beginning of employment
- A comprehensive benefits package including medical, dental, vision and 401k opportunities with company match.
- A generous signing bonus
- Paid time off and generous vacation
- Potential for equity after three years
Qualifications, Skills Requirements and Education:
- Must have obtained a MD or DO degree and completed an accredited residency program.
- Training in specified area of medical specialty (Pain Management Fellowship)
- Knowledge of legal and ethical standards for delivery of medical care.
- Ability to maintain quality, safety, and/or infection control standards.
- Knowledge of comprehensive medical evaluation, including diagnosis and treatment plans for patients in acute, chronic, cancer or other types of pain and patient care services in area of medical expertise.
- Effective verbal and written communication skills.
- Ability to work both independently and in a team environment.
- Must be credentialed per facility policies and procedures.
- Licensed to practice medicine in the State of Arizona (or in process), Federal DEA Certification, and BLS/ACLS Certified