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Urgent Care Jobs in Akron, Ohio

Urgent Care jobs in Akron most often list as a stipulation Urgent Care board certification (or eligibility) and an active Ohio medical license. Having done an Urgent Care residency or fellowship in Ohio is advantageous because it means the physician is familiar with OH Medicaid policies.

Urgent Care salaries for the north region of the U.S., including Akron, OH, run around $218,251. On the other hand the country's average Urgent Care salary is $215,625, meaning Urgent Care jobs in Akron pay approximately 101.2% of the national average.

Thanks to specific insurance and statutes of Ohio, attention should be paid to topics like state tort reform proposals.

More generally, the effect of the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act on patient loads for Urgent Care practices is unknown.

Major well-rated Urgent Care employers in Akron, OH include:

SUMMA HEALTH SYSTEMS HOSPITALS
525 EAST MARKET STREET
AKRON , OH 44309
3303753000
AKRON GENERAL MEDICAL CENTER
400 WABASH AVENUE
AKRON , OH 44307
3303446000
EDWIN SHAW REHAB, LLC
1621 FLICKINGER ROAD
AKRON , OH 44312
3307841271

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