||Keep the Joy in Family Medicine Teach and Learn -- Pursue your Passion -- Join our TeamMake a Difference for your Patients and the Physicians of the Next GenerationNorthern Light Eastern Maine Medical Center Family Medicine Residency Program is seeking a Faculty Board Certified Osteopathic Family Physician to join our TEAM in the care of our community in Bangor, Maine.We are a team comprised of 9 uniquely different, yet complementary Faculty Family Physicians, a Pediatrician, 5 integrated Behavioral Health Specialists, 4 FNPs, 1 CNM, a Pharmacist and a 10-10-10 unopposed residency program. · We provide full spectrum care in our outpatient clinic and newly modernized tertiary care hospital with a mission of caring for an underserved population and preparing Resident Physicians to practice rural Family Medicine. · We emphasize a strong and flexible faculty development plan. Faculty Physicians have a small clinical practice with over 70% of their time devoted to teaching and pursuing their many diverse interests:
With additional Fellowships in NMM/OMM, Palliative Care, Emergency Medicine and Men's Health, opportunity abounds!The environment is supportive and the Residency Program respected throughout the institution with our former Program Director serving in the role of Chief Medical Officer for the hospital.Located in Bangor, Maine you will have the opportunity to enjoy your generous vacation time in the great outdoors – whether it be sea kayaking or biking in Acadia National Park, skiing atSugarloaf Mountainor Hiking Mt. Katahdin, fly fishing in Baxter State Parkor rafting the Penobscot River, it is alljust outside your back door. The University of Maine provides plentiful opportunity to enjoy arts, athletics and ongoing learning. So, what are you waiting for?For confidential consideration, please contact:Amanda Klausing, FASPR, Physician RecruiterEmail: firstname.lastname@example.orgPhone: 207-973-5358
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We are an equal opportunity, affirmative action employer and all qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, age, disability status, gender, sexual orientation, ancestry, protected veteran status, national origin, genetic information or any other legally protected status.
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