Excellent Family/Work Life Balance, Outpatient Internal Medicine Opportunity in Beautiful Northern Maine

  • BC/BE in Internal Medicine
  • Outpatient practice
  • Join 2 internists, 1 PA & 1 NP
  • Modern well equipped office attached to hospital
  • 32 Clinical Hours, 4day work week
  • Excellent salary
  • No call back, no nights, no weekends, no holidays.
  • Tuesday – Friday work week. 
  • 6 weeks vacation
  • CME allowance
  • Hospital Employed benefits package
  • Moving allowance and student loan assistance
  • J1 & H1B welcome to apply

This Northern Maine community is rich with history and it was once considered one of the 10 richest communities in the United States because of its thriving logging and potato industries. You can still see many of the Victorian mansions that were constructed during this era, and the town’s Market Square District contains an impressive collection of buildings listed on the National Register of Historic Places.  In the winter you’ll glide through two thousand miles of snowmobile trails, and do some snowshoeing along the way, perhaps. In the summer, you’ll race through a thousand miles of ATV trails, or meander along the hiking trails that rejuvenate you with every step. You’ll travel from town to beautiful town, and from trail to breathtaking trail. And you’ll find a different joy in each beginning and each end. But up here, it’s truly the journey you’ll enjoy the most, through 3.5 million acres of forests that seem to stretch into an infinite path of your own. You might discover Maine’s “Million Dollar View” between Danforth and Orient, with the glorious Mount Katahdin on your left, and a soothing horizon of calm lakes on your right. Or you might find yourself smiling and paddling, on a canoe trip, exploring 92 miles of ponds and rivers that form the Allagash Wilderness Waterway.

Galen Roberts – Search Consultant
Health Search New England / Division of Jordan Search Consultants 
[email protected]
636-542-8310
www.HealthSearchNewEngland.com

 

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