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Hospitalist Jobs in Atlanta, Georgia

Hospitalist jobs in Atlanta typically list as a stipulation Hospitalist board certification (or eligibility) and an up-to-date Georgia license to practice medicine. Completing a Hospitalist residency or fellowship in Georgia is advantageous because it implies the physician is familiar with GA BCBS and Medicaid procedures.

Hospitalist salaries for the south region of the U.S., including Atlanta, GA, are around $229,933. By comparison the national average Hospitalist salary is $211,835, meaning Hospitalist jobs in Atlanta pay around 108.5% of the national norm.

Thanks to unique insurance and statutes of Georgia, care should be taken to address issues like malpractice tail insurance.

Equally important, the effect of the federal PPAC Act on reimbursement rates for Hospitalist practices is unclear.

Major well-rated Hospitalist employers in Atlanta, GA include:

EMORY UNIVERSITY HOSPITAL MIDTOWN
550 PEACHTREE ST NE
ATLANTA , GA 30308
4046864411
PIEDMONT HOSPITAL
1968 PEACHTREE RD NW
ATLANTA , GA 30309
4046053775
ATLANTA MEMORIAL HOSPITAL
1007 SOUTH WILLIAMS STREET
ATLANTA , TX 75551
9037993000

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