Physician Career Opportunities

Allegiance Health complements and supports the skills and talents of our diverse medical staff. Below are listed opportunities within our health system; select one to learn more.

The psychiatry program at Allegiance Health is actively seeking a program director. This position is ideal for an individual who has a strong commitment to develop a medical education residency program. Learn more

Excellent employment opportunity for a BE/BC Dermatologist to develop a brand new practice with full support from the community primary care physician network, health system and cancer center. Learn more

Allegiance Health is seeking board-certified physicians to staff a new after hours clinic. The clinic will offer extended walk-in office hours, evaluation of acute illnesses and injuries with on-site X-ray and offer sports physical exams. Learn more

Recruiting a BE/BC Family Practitioner in South Central Michigan for an amazing opportunity to join a fully supported Allegiance Family Medicine practice. Practice environment currently supports two physicians and one nurse practitioner in an outpatient-only environment. Learn more

Allegiance Health is seeking a BE/BC Gastroenterologist for the sustainability of a well-established and very reputable practice. Learn more

We are seeking a BE/BC Neurosurgeon for the sustainability of a well-established and very reputable practice. Learn more

The ideal candidate will be a board certified or board eligible, fellowship-trained Orthopaedic Upper Extremities (hand/wrist/elbow) Surgeon with vision and a commitment to providing state-of-the-art care. Learn more

Excellent opportunity to work at a well-established (1996) and very reputable private practice located in Jackson, Mich., just minutes from Ann Arbor. Learn more

Excellent opportunity for a BE/BC Physiatrist to be a part of the expansion of Rehabilitation and Neuromuscular services at Allegiance Health. Learn more

Allegiance Health is seeking a board eligible board certified Trauma Surgical Critical Care physician to serve in its newly developing Level II Trauma Center. Learn more

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