We are delighted to offer a range of career opportunities in hospital or practice administration, or practice or departmental leadership. Some of these positions include a clinical role, and some are purely administrative/management. Please contact us for specific details.


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Los Angeles: We seek an experienced physician to be MEDICAL DIRECTOR and create a new PACE program in Alhambra, the gateway to the San Gabriel Valley just 8 miles east of downtown Los Angeles. You must be fluent in Mandarin or Cantonese to be considered. You should have senior care experience in Geriatrics, Internal Medicine, Hospitalist, etc. Candidates experienced with capitated, integrated care delivery models including Medicare Shared Savings Programs, BPCI, or other Value Based Care Models, will receive priority consideration. This is an opportunity to build a world class clinical model helping seniors “age in place” with dignity and access to all the care they require. You will help build a community-based services model, creating a culturally competent and scalable PACE (Program of All-Inclusive Care for the Elderly) program. This is a key role. Working with an experienced leadership team, you will support the design and development of a proven clinical model and lead the day-to-day clinical operations for a system of providing care for underserved seniors incorporating all facets of their life and culture. The employer has significant funding to launch this program – initially aiming to care for about 500 individuals. As Medical Director, you will oversee all clinical teams and will have a hands-on clinical role seeing patients and managing Nurse Practitioners and other staff. You will determine the best care model, whether continuing directly or supervising a small panel of other providers. Working with the Operations Director, you will interact with regulatory agencies and ensure compliance as needed.


You will earn a highly competitive compensation package with a salary of $325K or more based on experience. An equity position may also be available. Benefits include a cash sign-on bonus, paid relocation assistance, paid liability insurance, medical and life insurance, plenty of paid time off and more. Details will be shared with qualified candidates.


Alhambra, California, is home to over 80,000 people, more than half of Asian descent. This is a beautiful community just 8 miles from downtown LA. Known as the “city of homes,” there is an abundance of residences with historical significance. You will find styles including craftsman, bungalow, Spanish Mediterranean, colonial, Italian beaux-art and more in 26 historic neighborhoods. With annual cultural events like the Lunar new Year Parade and Festival this area is rich in arts and cultural offerings. The quaint downtown district is upscale and offers a wide variety of shopping and dining. Los Angeles is the second largest city in the US, with about 4 million people. It’s renown for world-class shopping – if you can’t find what you want in LA’s best malls (check out The Grove and Beverly Center), you’re sure to find it on Rodeo Drive. There are over 30 museums, and the live entertainment options include symphony and ballet as well as concerts at the Greek Theatre or the Hollywood Bowl. The California coast is a natural draw. Enjoy the famous beaches of Malibu, Long Beach, Santa Monica, or Laguna. In addition to swimming and surfing, local recreation includes park and beach trails for running, hiking or biking – or you can head for the hills for hang-gliding or parasailing. Southern California has a wide range of superb golf courses. If you enjoy skiing, the resorts of Big Bear feature downhill slopes in addition to warm-weather mountain biking and high altitude golf – all just a 90 minute drive from the city. More fun can be found in the LA Zoo, Disneyland, or exploring the Hollywood Walk of Fame. Please contact us immediately for more information.


Augusta: We seek an experienced Physiatrist to be Medical Director of the Inpatient Rehabilitation unit in Maine’s newest hospital – a state-of-the-art 190-bed regional medical center in the state capital city, just 50 minutes from Portland. This physician-led nonprofit hospital is the area’s largest private employer and Maine’s third largest healthcare system, serving 65,000 area residents. This is an Equal Opportunity / Affirmative Action employer. We are looking for an enthusiastic specialist committed to patient-centered care to be the lead for this state-of-the-art 12-bed Inpatient Rehabilitation Unit (Stroke Rehabilitation Certified through the Joint Commission) with expansive diagnostic services. The Rehab Unit is telemetry ready, with lift systems in each room, a horticulture program and mobility garden, and more. You can expect to treat such things as stroke, neurological disorders, hip fractures, amputation, brain injuries, SCI, deconditioning and multi-trauma. This unit is supported by an expert Hospitalist team and many hospital-employed specialists. You will report to the Medical Director of Physiatry. As the primary inpatient provider, you will see your discharged patients for outpatient follow-ups for continuity of care, and for various procedures. Join a collegial, collaborative team with 3 Physiatrists and 4 NPs – all enthusiastic about evidence-based occupational medicine. Call and inpatient coverage is shared with other Physiatrists. The medical center is home to an unopposed Family Medicine Residency Program and various Fellowships, giving you a great opportunity to teach residents and fellows.


We are offering:


        • Desirable riverside community 50 minutes from Portland
        • Relocation assistance brings you to beautiful Maine
        • Secure employment with modern 190-bed medical center

        • State-of-the-art 12-bed Inpatient Rehabilitation unit

        • Interesting practice, wide variety of patients and issues
        • Friendly, welcoming, collaborative team environment
        • Teaching options (Residents and Fellows)

        • Highly competitive salary

        • Liability, Health, Dental, Vision, Disability, Life Insurance
        • Onsite daycare facility
        • Generous earned time for optimal work/life balance plus
        • Paid leave plus a budget for your CME
        • Choice of retirement plans with employer matching

        • Generous multiyear student loan repayment available


Augusta is Maine's historic capital city, a growing college town, and a family-friendly community situated in the scenic Kennebec Valley. Entrepreneurs start and grow a variety of businesses here, while students learn in first-rate schools, libraries, and cultural facilities. Augusta’s busy shopping district offers dozens of specialty shops, name-brand and big-box stores, and multiple restaurants. The Civic Center hosts everything from rock concerts to sporting events. Augusta spans both sides of the picturesque Kennebec River, which offers scenic recreation. Enjoy kayaking, whitewater rafting, fishing and hunting, cross-country skiing, snowmobiling and more. Take advantage of local hiking and biking trails, award-winning golf courses, and easily accessible ski resorts. This area is marked by picturesque waterways popular with bald eagles. Homes are available in the city, in several communities surrounding Augusta and – a few minutes further out – acreage is offered for those interested. Since this position offers shift work without call, you can live anywhere and commute. The hospital is just two minutes off Maine’s interstate. Portland is easily accessible from Augusta. This highly desirable city features a very active social scene centered in the popular Old Port district of eateries and nightclubs. Hundreds of Portland restaurants serve the finest seafood plus international fare from two dozen regions. Amenities include the convenient International Jetport, exciting semipro sports, scenic harborside dining, galleries and museums, live theater, an acclaimed symphony orchestra, and much more. Boston is 2.5 hours from Augusta. Contact us today to explore this excellent new position.


Waterville: JUST ANNOUNCED: Need for an experienced FAMILY PHYSICIAN to be the MEDICAL DIRECTOR overseeing primary care services for a 40-bed community medical center in this desirable college town between Portland and Bangor. This hospital is part of Maine’s second largest healthcare system. Your role will be about 60% clinical (all ages/outpatient, no OB) and 40% administrative. More details coming soon!


Attleboro/Boston: We seek an experienced Emergency Medicine physician to become the ASSOCIATE CHIEF for the ED of an award-winning 130-bed community hospital just 30 minutes south of Boston/15 minutes from Providence. This medical center has state-of-the-art facilities and a fully integrated EMR, and they manage over 40,000 ER visits annually (with modest trauma volume). This is a full time hands-on role with a great schedule: 24 clinical and 8 administrative hours/week. You will work three weekend shifts/month, and minimal nights. An ideal candidate will have at least 3 years of experience in Emergency Medicine along with some administrative experience. The emergency department here often has up to quadruple provider coverage – with specialty backup that includes 24/7 hospitalist coverage. Additionally, they operate a staffed fast-track area. Support is provided by a highly trained nursing and administrative support staff. This independent nonprofit medical center is financially strong, with a hundred-year history of dedication to caring for patients using the latest technology, sophisticated diagnostic and therapeutic services, delivering quality care to more than 170,000 area residents with sensitivity and compassion. You will be employed by the hospital and earn a highly competitive salary based on your experience, with bonus potential available. Benefits include relocation assistance, liability insurance, health and dental insurance, disability and life insurance, four weeks of paid vacation, a week off plus a budget for your CME, a retirement plan with employer matching, and more. Come to the friendly, historic, multicultural community of Attleboro, Massachusetts, nestled right between Boston and Providence, Rhode Island. This quaint little city is full of history, with a vintage downtown district, proud, pleasant suburban neighborhoods, and lush parks. This outer suburb of Boston is a safe, welcoming destination for singles and families – with excellent public schools. Enjoy a relaxed atmosphere in a picturesque community offering easy access to fun activities including festivals, celebrations and events occurring throughout the year. Enjoy local homestyle and ethnic restaurants, with shopping, entertainment and other amenities easily at hand. Join a true “community” hospital, nestled between homes and businesses more like a school than a medical center. Massachusetts offers four distinct seasons, with blazing photogenic autumns, snowy action-packed winters, colorful springs and warm summers full of activity. Recreation includes hiking and biking, cross country skiing (with downhill nearby), challenging golf courses, and boating on many nearby lakes and rivers. Conveniently situated between major cities, you can take advantage of numerous venues for socializing, world-championship sports, and more. Boston offers amazing shopping and dining along with many flavors of cultural offerings The New England Patriots football stadium is just minutes away. Attleboro is one hour from the beautiful beaches of Cape Cod and Newport Rhode Island. New York City is an easy train ride away (or 3.5 hours by car). Please contact us today to learn more!

New York:

Plattsburgh: We seek a confident FAMILY MEDICINE PHYSICIAN to join a growing FP Residency Program launched in collaboration with the University of Vermont in 2016. This community-based program is managed by a progressive 300-bed community hospital on a plush 45-acre campus, complete with ponds and walking paths. Come to this welcoming community on scenic Lake Champlain, across from Burlington, Vermont, where compassionate healthcare providers take pride in caring for friends and neighbors. This medical center has over 160 physicians serving 170,000 area residents. Healthgrades lists them as a Top 100 Hospital for Cardiac Care. In addition to hosting the FPRP, Emergency Medicine residents and medical students complete clinical rotations here. State-of-the-art hospital facilities include a 27-room ER, 3 digital cath labs, new interventional radiology suites, 4 endoscopy suites, a 14-bed critical care unit, and 9 topflight ORs. Annually, this medical center sees around 825 babies delivered, 46,000 emergency room visits, and 19,000 surgical procedures. This is an excellent place to teach or learn – all much bigger than what you might expect in a rural area. The University of Vermont Medical Center, a level I trauma center, is just 1 hour away.


We seek a primary care physician interested in offering non-operative Obstetrics to join the CORE FACULTY with a role that’s 60% clinical (including precepting residents) and 40% administrative. Your Admin time will focus on administration of the residency program and curriculum as it grows and expands. They are committed to creating a learning environment to provide a comprehensive and well-rounded medical training experience. The program’s mission includes training physicians to become leaders in offering high-quality and high value patient-centered care for people of all ages in their communities. This program is celebrated by the hospital and its community. The residency has a wonderful leadership team and excellent faculty members, including two academic hospitalists that lead inpatient services. Several highly engaged specialists from multiple medical disciplines also teach in the clinic and hospital. The program has 18 residents. The first class graduated in 2019. The primary setting is the Family Medicine Center, in a medical office building in historic downtown Plattsburgh just 5 minutes from the hospital. Equipped with state-of-the-art resources, EPIC EMR and 25 exam rooms, the clinic utilizes a team-based approach to patient care. The team consists of 7 primary care physicians, 18 residents and 3 primary care advanced practitioners. Additional faculty includes an OB/GYN, an Infectious Disease physician and APP, and a Podiatrist. Together, they represent one of the largest Medical Home Collaborative projects in the country, managing some 19,000 patients annually (a typical daily volume of 120 people). 


Candidates with prior ACGME experience will receive priority consideration. MDs and DOs are equally welcome here. Candidates requiring J1/H1b visa support are encouraged to apply. This is an Equal Opportunity Employer. You will earn a very competitive salary with benefits including relocation assistance and student loan repayment. Also provided: liability insurance, medical, dental and vision insurance, disability and life insurance, plenty of paid time off for vacations, paid leave plus a budget for your CME, participation in a retirement plan, and more. Details will be shared with qualified candidates.

The Champlain Valley is characterized by rolling hills, meadows and pastures right down to the waters of giant Lake Champlain, the largest lake in the US after the 5 Great Lakes. Plattsburgh is a picturesque community of 38,000 located right on the water and at the foothills of the Adirondack Mountains. This is a key gateway between the US and Canada. With immediate proximity to the French-speaking Province of Quebec, you will find many bilingual signs, menus and hospitality staff. Just an hour south of Montreal, Plattsburgh is considered it’s “US suburb.” Plattsburgh feels larger than it is – and it’s becoming something of an international destination for Canadians who fly into their international airport. Downtown Plattsburg features dozens of museums and historic attractions that tell the colorful story of the region’s past. There is a distinct local charm here that celebrates local artisans, business, agriculture and history – including the War of 1812, which saw two major battles fought here. The cost of living is below the national average. Site Selection Magazine has listed Plattsburgh as a Top City for Business Development for 8 years running. This is a family-oriented city offering public and private schools, plus local colleges including the State University of New York, with over 6000 students and a solid nursing program. Plattsburgh’s housing options include single-family homes, townhouses and apartments. Scenery and recreation are plentiful here – with water, mountains, parks and trails right at your fingertips. Enjoy incredible year-round activities such as hiking, biking, skiing, snowboarding, bass fishing, golf, boating, sailing, windsurfing and even scuba diving – or just relax on one of several beaches. You will also find apple orchards, vineyards and microbreweries to explore. Travel is convenient via highway, rail, plane or boat. The Lake Placid Olympic Village and Burlington are each just an hour away. Burlington is Vermont’s largest city, with over 200,000 people, the University of Vermont, shopping malls and theaters and another international airport. Plattsburgh is 2.5 hours north of Albany. Experience life on the water in Plattsburgh - contact us for more information today.


St. Albans: We seek an experienced HOSPITALIST to be MEDICAL DIRECTOR for a 70-bed nonprofit hospital in this desirable New England city just 30 minutes north of Burlington. Qualified candidates will be certified in either Family Medicine or Internal Medicine. You will lead the team managing a 34-bed Progressive Care Unit (PCU – a combination of ICU, Step-Down, and Med/Surg). Join 4 physician Hospitalists and 2 APPs, along with per diem providers who fill out the schedule. This is a hands-on role that includes providing patient direct care. Step-down beds in the PCU are for people transitioning between the ICU and Med/Surg. Patients awaiting nursing home placement sometimes spend time on this unit. Join a state-of-the-art nonprofit with private, newly constructed inpatient rooms. The hospital is affiliated with two academic medical centers: one for specialist referrals, and the other for 24/7 critical care telemedicine support, including A/V connections in several ICU suites for remote consultations. So, the ICU is co-managed via Tele-ICU. 24/7 care is provided in the Emergency Department with strong specialty backup.


We seek a leader with a passion for process improvement, quality, and building a successful team – someone who has an ownership mentality. Your schedule will average 36-40 hours/week with 8-12 of those hours dedicated to your Medical Director duties, with the rest of your time on clinical shifts. Your administrative time will be used for team building and working toward safety and quality goals. You are not required to do procedures (Hospitalists run codes while most procedures are performed by specialists such as general surgery, anesthesia, pulmonology, etc.). There is no call. This award-winning medical center (a Top Community Hospital that earns National Patient Satisfaction Awards) provides a collaborative setting where you will partner with fellow clinicians, nursing and care management as well as specialists, all to give the patient the best possible experience.


You will earn a highly competitive salary with benefits including relocation assistance, a generous cash sign-on bonus, and student loan assistance. Also provided: paid liability insurance with tail coverage, health and dental insurance, disability and life insurance, paid time off for personal time and vacations, two weeks of paid leave plus a great budget for your CME, participation in a retirement plan, and more. Details will be shared with qualified candidates.


Known as a relaxing vacation destination, Vermont is the Healthiest State in the continental US, and leads the nation with the best public school teacher-to-student ratios and the highest COVID vaccination rates. Vermont is climate stable/a top state for Climate Change. In 2018, Vermont was ranked the #1 “Best Place to Live in America” by a CNBC quality-of-life study. St. Albans is a beautiful, welcoming community of 7000 people that provides a small-town feel with big-city amenities. Enjoy a historic downtown area that has been revitalized in recent years, and features fine specialty shops and award-winning restaurants, including breweries, that offer a great deal of variety. The Vermont Maple Festival is held here every spring. Lake Champlain is close by, which means convenient access to boating, hiking, and biking with spectacular views, especially during the fall foliage season. The Missisquoi Valley Rail Trail, ideal for running and biking, is a 26-mile path between St. Albans and Richford. St. Albans is just an hour from some of New England’s best ski resorts. This town has a rich history that can be seen through its historic buildings. It has many outdoor spaces that are perfect for families who enjoy activities. Taylor Park, just blocks from the hospital, is one of Vermont’s largest downtown greens where community events are held throughout the year. Another in-town community recreation area offers trails for hiking, snowshoeing and cross-country skiing, and features a sledding hill. Nearby Burlington is the largest city in Vermont – over 200,000 people. Assets include an international airport, shopping malls and theaters, and dozens of interesting eateries. Explore Church Street Marketplace, a pedestrian-only avenue featuring over 100 shops, restaurants, and cafes. Burlington was recently voted a Top Ten Most Desirable Cities in the US to Raise Children. When looking for your home, you have options. You can live in charming St. Albans, or you can easily commute from Burlington or its suburbs. Choose an apartment, condo, townhouse or single-family home in one of many a safe, welcoming neighborhoods – or perhaps in a country setting just minutes away, where acreage is available. The educational system in St. Albans is excellent, with highly rated schools including Bellows Free Academy, recognized as one of Vermont’s best high schools by U.S. News & World Report. Burlington has several colleges and all kinds of resources. St. Albans is an hour from Montreal, 3 hours from Albany NY, and 4 hours from Boston. Please contact us today for more information.