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.

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

This position has been delegated the authority, responsibility and accountability for providing the strategic leadership necessary to ensure successful ongoing alignment of community-based activities of Health Improvement Organization, Clinical Performance activities of Jackson Health Network, and care continuum functions of Allegiance Health under current and future value-based population health models. 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

Allegiance Health is seeking a BE/BC General Surgeon to join three board-certified general surgeons in a busy, committed broad-based general surgery practice. Learn more

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

Join three board-certified Rheumatologists in a thriving hospital-employed practice serving a patient population of nearly 300,000. Learn more

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