Family Medicine

Joule Healthcare is looking for a Physician (Family Medicine) who wants to take the next step in their career at a regionally renowned hospital 20 minutes from Augusta, Maine.
The chosen candidate will not only be able to work with an organization that has been recognized for excellence by the National Committee for Quality Assurance but will receive a sign-on bonus up to $10K, $10K relocation allowance, medical school loan support benefit of $20,000 per year for 10 years, among other perks.
You Will be Relied Upon to:
Showcase your strong, primary care background
Collaborate with a best-in-class team known at the regional level for its customer service and high employee retention rates
Contribute towards improving patient care
Commit to high standards of care to continue primary care department standards highlighted for excellence in a recent Consumer Reports magazine article
The ideal candidate is an MD or DO with board certification/eligible in Family Medicine
Other Constituents: You'll be a Hospital employed physician with a base income, 3-year employment contract, Call Coverage: approx. 3 time per year, Paid medical malpractice insurance, $2500 CME/1 week
About Your Employer & Surrounding Community: This employer has received an "A" grade Hospital Safety Score from the Leapfrog Group for the past 4 consecutive years, one of only 98 hospitals nationwide to earn the "Straight A's" recognition of 2,600 hospitals assessed! They have plans to become the #1 chosen hospital in Maine, with your help. They are known for their second-to-none professional development programs that allow medical professionals to gain certifications and CME hours throughout the year. The community you'll work in is a mid-sized college town located in lower-central Maine. This family-friendly community offers seemingly endless recreational opportunities, superior public schools, affordable real estate, and great shopping facilities. It's a wonderful place to practice and call home.

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