J1/H1b: Orthopedic Surgeon Fort Kent, Maine cw 04743
Fort Kent, Maine: We invite a confident Orthopedic Surgeon to join the medical staff of a dedicated 49-bed acute care hospital in this pretty town in the Crown of Maine, across the river from New Brunswick, Canada.
Candidates requiring J1 or H1b visa support are encouraged to apply.
You will have an interesting practice with a mix of trauma, arthroscopic surgery and joint replacements based in a modern office with a beautiful river view with procedures conducted in two well-equipped operating rooms.
Step into a ready hospital-based practice with excellent clinical and administrative support, enabling you to focus on patient care. Become part of a family-oriented healthcare organization committed to providing a range of excellent healthcare services to residents and visitors in this scenic region!
We are offering:
Paid relocation to scenic, welcoming Maine!
Secure hospital employment
Interesting, broad-scope practice
Excellent facilities and personnel to support you
J1/H1b sponsorship available, costs paid!
Highly competitive salary of $500,000 or more!
Cash starting bonus
Free initial housing option
Riverview office, and modern ORs
Paid liability insurance
Health, dental, life and disability insurance
Paid time off plus a budget for your CME expenses
Student loan assistance available!
Family-friendly low-crime community
Excellent quality of life!
Northern Maine is a region brimming with fun and exciting opportunities, superb schools, and friendly people. You can fulfill all your familys lifestyle needs here from the fast-paced excitement of your favorite outdoor activity, to the warm and welcoming community spirit. Enjoy fresh air, farm-to-table markets, and a very low crime rate.
Homes are affordable here, with a range of options available: Choose from an in-town home, or country living with acreage or perhaps something on one of the many local lakes or rivers!
Plentiful wildlife in the area includes deer and moose, bears, beavers and bald eagles bringing tourists for hiking, hunting, fishing, camping, kayaking and canoeing, and photography. Northern Maine features a mix of terrain including thick forests and open farmland, rolling hills, clear lakes, and lively rivers. With attractive vistas at every turn, this is a beautiful place to call home! Enjoy warm summers, colorful autumns, snowy action-packed winters, and bountiful springs in this true four-season location.
Fort Kent is home of the Can-Am Crown International Sled Dog Race, and has played host to the Biathlon World Cup, with superb cross-country training facilities in the region. The first mile of US Route One begins in Fort Kent, and ends in Key West, Florida.
Northern Maines regional airport in Presque Isle (75 minutes from Fort Kent) offers daily flights to Boston, so its easy to get around. Fort Kent is directly across the Saint John River from Clair, New Brunswick Canadas only officially bilingual province, with an appealing mix of English and French culture so French is often heard here. Quebec City is 190 miles from Fort Kent, and Bangor (Maines 3rd largest city) is 185 miles to the south.