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The Permanente Medical Group is seeking BE/BC Family Medicine or Internal Medicine physicians, fluent in Cantonese, to join our team of Kaiser physicians across our Northern California locations.

Kaiser Permanente is the largest integrated healthcare system in the country. We have an integrated electronic medical record and cross-specialty collaboration which enables us to develop and deliver individualized treatment programs that take into account every aspect of a patient's health care needs. Our medical group received national awards of excellence. We offer a competitive salary, exceptional benefits, retirement packages and malpractice insurance with tail coverage.

Announcing our Forgivable Loan Program. As part of our practice, you'll have ample opportunity to enjoy all our region has to offer while you pursue a truly rewarding career with the nation's largest managed care organization. Here, we believe the patient-physician relationship is critical to helping our members live long, healthy lives. To demonstrate how much we value the role our physicians play, we've created our Forgivable Loan Program-just one of many rewards we offer in exchange for your expertise.

We are an AAP/EEO employer

The Permanente Medical Group, Inc. is one of the largest medical groups in the nation, with over 8,000 physicians and 24,000 staff members. We provide medical care to more than 3.5 million members and patients, in 23 medical centers, each with a hospital and associated medical offices. Overall, Kaiser Permanente provides health care to more than 40 percent of the commercially insured population in Northern California. In partnership with Kaiser Foundation Hospitals, TPMG, Inc. physicians train 350 residents in 15 medical specialties. More than 600 TPMG, Inc. physicians have academic appointments at Northern California medical schools, including Stanford, UCSF, and UC Davis. TPMG's Division of Research (DOR) is among the largest non-university based research program in the nation, with more than 400 researchers and millions in funded research annually. DOR is a leader in research on chronic diseases and disparities of health care.