**Family Medicine opening in New York**
* Located in ***New Hartford, NY*** - just 50 miles from Syracuse!
* Service area of 250,000 people
* Full-time, permanent opening
* A physician-owned multi-specialty group
* Joining team of 4 Family Practitioners
* A predictable work schedule
* Call: 1:3
* A competitive salary with a comprehensive benefit package!
* 2 year employment to full partnership!
The quality of living in the greater Utica area becomes apparent upon first visit. It is a friendly, uncongested community located in the rolling hills of Central New York, providing an ideal environment in which professionals and their families can live and work.
Experienced group members provide contacts and introductions to make your adjustment to the community swift and smooth. School, real estate, and community tours are coordinated to ensure a comfortable community orientation for you and your family.
Utica is merely an hour south of the Adirondack Park - one of the nation's most scenic mountain playgrounds. A short drive to the west lies the recreational Finger Lakes region. The Thousand Islands, Cooperstown and Saratoga are nearby. And many of the great cities of the east are within easy driving distance, including Boston, Toronto, Montreal, Washington, D.C., New York City, and Philadelphia.
The city of Utica and its surrounding townships offer a broad range of educational institutions as well as cultural and civic facilities. The area's public and parochial schools rate among the best in the country. Nearby colleges and universities include Utica College of Syracuse University, Mohawk Valley Community College, State University of New York Institute of Technology at Utica-Rome, Hamilton College, and Colgate University. For entertainment and activities there is a diverse offering of restaurants, a zoo, the symphony, touring Broadway plays, the Munson-Williams-Proctor Institute art museum, a children's museum, a repertory actors' theater, and many other assets that make Utica a vibrant, growing city and a great place for people to live.