Occupational Medicine Physician, Full-Time Coverage Needed – RWJBarnabas Health is currently seeking to employ a full-time occupational medicine physician to provide coverage throughout our system with a focus on sites in Jersey City and Newark, NJ. This full-time Occupational Medicine physician will be responsible for medical evaluation and management of the RWJBarnabas Health Corporate Care patients, pre-employment screenings, as well as workers compensation/injured workers evaluations. Interested candidates must be board-certified in either Internal Medicine or Emergency Medicine with a minimum of 5 years of occupational medicine experience. Physicians board-certified in occupational medicine are preferred.
To learn about this and other positions, please contact Amal Elmogahzy, Physician Recruiter at RWJBarnabas Health directly via e-mail: Amal.Elmogahzy@rwjbh.org or phone: 862-236-0720. Thank you!
Internal Number: OccMed - NBI and JCMC
About RWJBarnabas Health
About RWJBarnabas Health:
Our dedication to serving the people of New Jersey extends far beyond the care we provide within our hospital walls. We support programs that promote health and wellness in our communities and provide access to services that would otherwise be unavailable. We are committed to the ongoing improvement of the health, quality of life, and vitality of our communities. We strive to bring the best healthcare to meet the evolving needs of residents in New Jersey—whether that be enhancing the coordination for treating complex health conditions or improving community health through local programs and education.
Once consummated, our planned partnership with Rutgers University will create the state’s largest academic healthcare system dedicated to providing high-quality patient care, leading-edge research, and world-class health and medical education, further advancing our mission of providing high-quality healthcare in New Jersey.
The new collaboration also will align RWJBarnabas Health with Rutgers’ education, research, and clinical activities, including those at the Rutgers Cancer Institute of New Jersey and Rutgers University Behavioral Health Care.