Online Classifieds - $5/day

For as little as $25*, you can reach Texas physicians, students, and office staff who:

  • Post physician and medical office staff job opportunities,
  • Search products and services that help run a medical practice,
  • Buy or sell a practice, real estate, and equipment, and
TMA classifieds are completely self-service. With the simple, self-posting interface, you are guided through the process of purchasing and posting your ad. This allows you the flexibility to place your ad when and how you like and to edit it as needed.

*Agency discounts to not apply to online classified ads.

Online Classified Advertising

Physicians & Medical Director

Careers. Where You Can Make a Difference! Openings: • Physician o Freeport, TX • Medical Director o Houston, TX About the Position: The successful candidates will be able to practice medicine in a supportive environment while providing oversight to mid-level practitioners. Seeking board certified or board eligible MDs or DOs. Previous experience in Occupational, Emergency, Internal or General Practice Medicine is preferred. About Us: Based in Valencia, California, U.S. HealthWorks Medical Group was founded in 1995. With over 150 medical centers in 15 states, with 3,000 employees including approximately 700 affiliated providers – U.S. HealthWorks centers serve thousands of patients each day throughout the country. At U.S. HealthWorks Medical Group, we offer programs and services that can help prevent illness, maintain health and provide early intervention and rehabilitation whenever injuries or health problems occur. Apply: If you’re interested in joining a company that is dedicated to your professional growth — look no further than U.S. HealthWorks! Email: Online: EOE




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