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Occupational / Environmental Medicine Jobs in Toledo, Ohio

Occupational / Environmental Medicine jobs in Toledo most often include as a stipulation Occupational / Environmental Medicine board certification (or eligibility) and an active Ohio license to practice medicine. Having done an Occupational / Environmental Medicine residency or fellowship in Ohio is advantageous because it means the physician is familiar with OH BCBS and Medicaid procedures.

Occupational / Environmental Medicine salaries for the north region of the U.S., including Toledo, OH, are around $223,750. In contrast the national average Occupational / Environmental Medicine salary is $214,146, meaning Occupational / Environmental Medicine jobs in Toledo pay around 104.5% of the national average.

Given the specific insurance and liability laws of Ohio, effort should be made to explore issues like state tort reform proposals.

Equally important, the effect of the federal PPAC Act on income for Occupational / Environmental Medicine practices is unknown.

Major well-rated Occupational / Environmental Medicine employers in Toledo, OH include:

TOLEDO HOSPITAL THE
2142 NORTH COVE BOULEVARD
TOLEDO , OH 43606
4192917463
ST VINCENT MERCY MEDICAL CENTER
2213 CHERRY STREET
TOLEDO , OH 43608
4192513232
ST ANNE MERCY HOSPITAL
3404 SYLVANIA AVENUE
TOLEDO , OH 43623
4194072663

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