J1/H1b: Hospitalist J1/H1b: Caribou, Maine cw, Maine cw
Caribou, Maine: We seek a friendly, skilled Hospitalist to join the excellent inpatient team with an award-winning, community-owned 65-bed medical center serving 35,000 area residents in northeastern Maine.
Doctors requiring J1 or H1b visa sponsorship are encouraged to apply!
Join three other hospitalists working 12-hour shifts, and sharing day (dual coverage, 6am-6pm) and night (solo coverage, 6pm-6am) in monthly blocks two out of three months of day shift, and one month of nights every quarter. This hospital has a 6-bed medical/surgical ICU, and a 25-bed med/surg unit. Come to a place where doctors are respected, and supported by administration as well as clinicians.
You will be impressed by this Top Rural Hospital a multiple blue ribbon hospital (awarded by the Maine Health Alliance) and Womens Choice Award winner. Leapfrog has given this hospital an A Safety Score every year since ratings began in 2012! The medical center is rated in the top 2% of all US hospitals for health information and patient safety technology, and is the Employer and Provider of Choice in healthcare for Northern Maine and beyond.
We are offering:
Secure hospital employment
Paid relocation to scenic, welcoming Maine!
Highly competitive salary
Modern, supportive, interesting practice
Excellent schedule working 2/3 day shift, 1/3 night shift
Paid liability insurance
Health, dental, life and disability insurance
Paid time off plus a budget for your CME expenses
Excellent quality of life!
Northern Maine is a wonderful place to live and work. Caribou is the most northeastern city in the US a dynamic, growing community that is economically, culturally and socially inviting. The community offers high quality public schools, with a student-to-teacher ratio of just 14:1!
Caribou boasts an extremely low crime rate, and recreation galore: A multi-million-dollar Recreation and Wellness Center offers indoor running, basketball, swimming and other programs for all ages, and the Maine Winter Sports Center is a premier cross-country skiing venue, hosting International and World Cup events.
Rural northern Maine enjoys a picturesque four-season environment with abundant wildlife including moose, deer and bald eagles reasons many seasonal visitors flock to the area to enjoy a quiet summer retreat, or a winter adventure. Enjoy breathtaking sunsets on area lakes, camping and hiking in peaceful forests, hunting and fishing, canoeing and kayaking on lakes and rivers, or snowmobiling or dog-sledding across groomed trails!
A commercial airport in neighboring Presque Isle (20 minutes away) offers direct flights to Boston daily.
Many residents of northern Maine enjoy visiting Canada Quebec City is a scenic five hour drive or Bangor, Maine (Maines third largest city), a three hour drive south.