Physician - Otolaryngology jobs in Trenton, NJ

Physician - Otolaryngology examines, diagnoses and treats disorders, diseases, and injuries of the ear, nose and throat. Consults with patients to determine the appropriate course of treatment. Being a Physician - Otolaryngology recommends and orders tests to determine extent of disease or help diagnose condition. Requires a MD degree from an accredited school. Additionally, Physician - Otolaryngology requires a valid state license to practice. May report to a medical director. Physician - Otolaryngology's years of experience requirement may be unspecified. Certification and/or licensing in the position's specialty is the main requirement. (Copyright 2021 Salary.com)

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44 Physician - Otolaryngology jobs found in Trenton, NJ area

According to the United States Census Bureau, the city had a total area of 8.155 square miles (21.122 km2), including 7.648 square miles (19.809 km2) of land and 0.507 square mile (1.313 km2) of water (6.21%). Several bridges across the Delaware River – the Trenton–Morrisville Toll Bridge, Lower Trenton Bridge and Calhoun Street Bridge – connect Trenton to Morrisville, Pennsylvania, all of which are operated by the Delaware River Joint Toll Bridge Commission. Trenton is located near the exact geographic center of the state, which is 5 miles (8.0 km) located southeast of Trenton. The city is so...
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Income Estimation for Physician - Otolaryngology jobs
$377,108 to $509,581
Trenton, New Jersey area prices
were up 1.5% from a year ago

Physician - Otolaryngology in Boston, MA
Adheres to all established safety policies, procedures, and precautions.
April 24, 2021
Demonstrates understanding of procedures, policies, and documentation required to ensure compliance with hospital standards of care.
April 29, 2021
Maintains superior interpersonal and communication skills as a member of the healthcare team in order to collaborate effectively with patients, families, staff, and community health workers.
May 23, 2021