Palliative Care Physician

WentworthDouglass Hospital   •  

Wentworth, NH

Industry: Hospitals & Medical Centers

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5 - 7 years

Posted 43 days ago

Description

Granted the Distinguished Hospital Award for Clinical Excellence™ 2016 by Healthgrades, Wentworth-Douglass is renowned as one of the largest acute care hospitals in the Seacoast region of New Hampshire and Southern Maine. At Wentworth-Douglass, we value people who contribute to patient-centered care that enhances community health; we recognize and reward those who share our values and transform our patients' lives. We invite you to explore opportunities, cultivate community wellness and professional growth.

Hospice/Palliative Medicine Physician

Wentworth-Douglass Hospital (WDH), an affiliate of Massachusetts General Hospital (MGH), is seeking an experienced Hospice/Palliative Medicine physician. This is a Full Time position with competitive compensation.

WDH is located on the seacoast of New Hampshire and is about an hour outside of Boston. Consistently in the top 5 most livable states (CQ Press) New Hampshire has no state income or sales tax and a cost of living that is among the lowest in New England. WDH is H-1B visa institution and has a market competitive compensation and benefits package.

Qualifications

BC/BE

Licensed in New Hampshire


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