Hospitalist Jobs in North Carolina

Friday  ·  October 22, 2021

10 Jobs in The Tar Heel State

Photo: The trees of North Carolina in the Fall.

Hospitalist Moonlighters Needed in North Carolina – Night Shifts Available!
Greensboro

This locum tenen pays $150 per hour.
This locum tenen hospitalist job (Greensboro) is from a hospital-owned practice.
This locum job opening was posted today by Moonlighting Solutions.
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One Great Reason to Start a New Job in North Carolina
In 2008, Raleigh was named the number two best city to live in. Most of this stems from the Raleigh-Durham-Chapel Hill Research Triangle, which has provided the much needed fuel to the job market.



Skilled Hospitalists Needed in North Carolina! Night Shifts Available!
Pinehurst

This locum tenen pays $160 per hour.
This locum tenen hospitalist job (Pinehurst) is from a hospital-owned practice.
This locum job opening was posted today by Moonlighting Solutions.
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Foster Crown: Locums Hospitalist in North Carolina, at $2,160/day:
Ahoskie

This locum tenen position offers competitive compensation.
This locum tenen hospitalist job (Ahoskie) is from a hospital-owned practice.
This locum job opening was posted 3 days ago by Foster Crown, LLC.
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Charlotte, North Carolina Part-Time Moonlighters Needed! All Shifts Available!
Charlotte

This locum tenen pays $150 per hour.
This locum tenen hospitalist job (Charlotte) is from a hospital-owned practice.
This locum job opening was posted today by Moonlighting Solutions.
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One Reason You Might Not Enjoy Living in North Carolina
Living in some of the coastal regions of North Carolina means having to be prepared for the occasional hurricane. This will also translate into higher insurance rates.



Neurohospitalist Winston-Salem, NC
Winston-Salem

This locum tenen pays $180 per hour.
This locum tenen hospitalist job (Winston-Salem) is from a hospital-owned practice.
This locum job opening was posted 2 weeks ago by Moonlighting Solutions.
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Hospitalist Opportunity with a top healthcare provider near Durham, NC
Durham

The annual salary for this job depends on experience.
This perm job opening was posted 9 days ago
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Hospitalist (Part-time)
Rocky Mount

The annual salary for this job depends on experience.
This permanent hospitalist job (Rocky Mount) is from a hospital-owned practice.
This perm job opening was posted 3 weeks ago
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Another Excellent Reason to Live in North Carolina
North Carolina is a recreation and entertainment hub. From sailing to mountain climbing, to just lounging on the beach, you can experience it all in this great state. For example: Try swimming at Jordan, see a concert at the Koka Booth Amphitheater or go skiing at Ski Beech or Sugar Mountain.



Cone Health and Triad Hospitalists have exciting practice opportunities for you!
Greensboro

The annual salary for this job depends on experience.
This permanent hospitalist job (Greensboro) is from a hospital-owned practice.
This perm job opening was posted 5 weeks ago
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Lead a Hospitalist Team Less Than an Hour From Raleigh, NC

The annual salary for this job depends on experience.
This permanent hospitalist job is from a hospital-owned practice.
This perm job opening was posted 5 weeks ago
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Block Schedule Hospitalist program less than an hour from Winston Salem 200k plus starting ! Sorry n
Fantastic Location & Community

This hospitalist job was previously available. It is displayed here for reference.
The annual salary for this job depends on experience.
This permanent hospitalist job (Fantastic Location & Community) is from a hospital-owned practice.
This perm job from All Star Healthcare Solutions was last open on Nov 28.
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Another Minor Caution about Life in North Carolina
North Carolina has two cities that rank on the list of top 75 worst commutes. East Independence Blvd. in Charlotte experiences 33 weekly hours of bottleneck congestion and I-40 in Raleigh experiences 45 weekly hours of bottleneck congestion. Residents often blame poor planning and the increase flux of "transplants" as the culprit.