Advanced Correctional Healthcare, Inc. is proud to have been awarded the Better Business Bureaus Torch Award for Ethics in 2019, and to be certified in 2020 by Fortune Magazine as a Great Place to Work for the fifth consecutive year! Position: Physician Facility: Grundy County Jail Location: Morris, IL Hours: 1 hour every other week JOB DESCRIPTION Advanced Correctional Healthcare, the industry leader in providing quality medical care, mental health care and business services to correctional facilities, has an excellent opportunity for a Physician at the Grundy County Jail located in Morris, IL. The qualified candidate will provide primary care services to the detainee population in a correctional medical environment. Youll work as part of a team, along with support and corrections staffs, where communication and cooperation are the keys to success. Youll see a wide variety of cases, provide medication management and on-call support, all in a flexible schedule designed to help you maintain a good work/life balance. There are no practice management hassles or 3 rd party billing issues. In return for your expertise, ACH will provide a competitive salary, paid time off, medical malpractice insurance and other benefits. If youre looking for a company who will recognize and reward your desire to take ownership of your work, your team mentality, and your ability to think on your feet, then ACH is the company for you. JOB REQUIREMENTS Currently licensed to practice medicine in the state of hire Board certified or board eligible Current DEA registration Current CPR certification This position requires a background check One on-site visit of approximately 1 hour every other week ACH provides equal employment opportunities to all employees and applicants for employment and prohibits discrimination and harassment of any type without regard to race, color, religion, age, sex, national origin, disability status, genetics, protected veteran status, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, or any other characteristic protected by federal, state or local laws. Follow these links to learn more about equal employment opportunity , the Employee Polygraph Protection Act, or the Family and Medical Leave Act .