Pulmonary-Critical Care Opportunities in University Metro

Location
Bangor, Maine
Posted
Sep 30, 2016
Ref
2145
Position Type
Permanent

Opportunities for Pulmonologists with Penobscot Respiratory, in Bangor, Maine

  • Seeking BC/BE pulmonary physicians.
  • Sleep Medicine credentials preferred but not required.
  • Join 12-physician pulmonary-critical care group.
  • Serving 411-bed tertiary center.
  • Medical Center is affiliated with the University of Vermont College of Medicine.  
  • Partnership track.
  • The group offers a full spectrum of care and holds the directorship for the Critical Care Units.
  • The physicians hold outpatient clinics that include the State of Maine TB program, and adult Cystic Fibrosis patients.
  • It is a 100% consultative practice.
  • Visa holders supported.

LIVELY METRO CITY - HOME OF THE UNIVERSITY OF MAINE:
Bangor, Maine is a highly rated lively riverside metro and is home to the University of Maine. The city hosts a joint venture UMaine/Bangor Art museum and the Children’s Discovery Museum. The Bangor Symphony Orchestra is the oldest professional community symphony in the United States. The Penobscot Theatre Company is a professional well-supported arts venue. The Collins Center for the Arts on the campus of the University of Maine offers a 1,200-seat theater with entertainment, from Opera and Broadway Musicals to Jazz. Bangor International Airport hosts Delta/Northwest, US Airways, and Allegient Airlines. These airlines fly regional jets to NYC, Chicago, Philadelphia, Detroit, and Orlando. This area of Maine offers the best of New England's lifestyle. There are a myriad of locally owned restaurants, cafes, and pubs, charming in-town shops, and large shopping area. It is an easy I-95 four-hour drive to Boston, two hours to Sugarloaf USA skiing, and an hour to Penobscot Bay sailing and Bar Harbor/Acadia National Park.

Contact:

Celena Knapp

Health Search New England

CKnapp@nehs.net