PULMONARY/CRITICAL CARE PHYSICIANS
Practicing at Geisinger is a tremendous opportunity to further your career at an organization that is helping to define healthcare throughout the United States. Opportunities are available in our Pulmonary, Pulmonary-Sleep and Pulmonary/Critical Care career tracks.
Advantages of practicing in the Geisinger System:
Active participation in one or more of our system-wide programs for interstitial lung disease, pulmonary hypertension, adult cystic fibrosis, sleep medicine, interventional bronchoscopy, cardiopulmonary exercise testing, and multi-disciplinary lung cancer management;
Opportunity to work in Pulmonary, Critical Care and Sleep Medicine depending on one’s interest and career goals;
Opportunity to take an active role in our Pulmonary/Critical Care Medicine and Critical Care Medicine fellowship programs by teaching and mentoring clinical research;
Participation in system-wide clinical conferences and lectures at all campuses;
Experienced candidates who have a specific career interest in advancing our academic and research-driven programs in Pulmonary Hypertension and System-Wide Airways Disease Management are encouraged to apply; leadership and research opportunities are available.
Available locations include:
Geisinger Medical Center – Danville, Pa.
Evangelical Community Hospital – Lewisburg PA
Geisinger Wyoming Valley Medical Center – Wilkes-Barre, Pa.
Geisinger–Community Medical Center – Scranton, Pa.
Geisinger–Lewistown Hospital – Lewistown, Pa.
Geisinger–Gray’s Woods – State College, Pa.
Holy Spirit–A Geisinger Affiliate – Camp Hill, Pa.
A newly revised compensation and benefit plan is highly competitive with national market-based benchmarks for Pulmonary/Critical Care specialists. Excellent incentives including forgivable recruitment loans, medical school loan repayment option and monthly stipend for fellows upon signature of an offer letter.
Geisinger Health System serves over 3 million people in Northeastern and Central Pennsylvania as well as in New Jersey, and has been nationally recognized for innovative practices and quality care.For more information please contact: Paul F. Simonelli, MD, PhD., FCCP, or Joseph Layon, MD, FACP, System Co-Directors, Pulmonary/Critical Care Service Line c/o Miranda Grace, Talent Managment at 717-242-7109 or firstname.lastname@example.org