UMass Memorial Medical Group, the clinical partner of the University of Massachusetts Medical School, is recruiting a board certified or board eligible Pediatrician for a well-established three physician Primary Care practice in Worcester, Massachusetts. Join the UMass Community Medical Group, a division of the UMass Memorial Medical Group, offering employed opportunities that are office-based, independent, private practice-like settings located throughout Central Massachusetts.
Well established patient panel
Preventive visits, chronic and acute illness management in an outpatient setting
Network of local UMass pediatric specialists for continuity of care
Flexible schedule options
Position open due to retirement, Summer 2020
Competitive compensation including guarantee period and RVU bonuses
Sign on bonus and relocation package
Generous PTO and CME time
Medical, Dental, Optical and Malpractice with tail
Retirement plan with high employer contribution
UMass Medical School faculty appointment
Worcester is New England’s second largest city, with a population of 185,000. Worcester has the historic charm of a small town and the attractions of a thriving metropolis. The city is rich in cultural diversity. Located just 45 miles west of Boston, Worcester is assessible from several major routes with easy access to all of New England. Safe communities and top ranked schools make Central MA an excellent place to live and work.
Interested applicants please send a Cover Letter and CV to:
Carolyn Jacobs, Manager of Physician Recruitment UMass Memorial Medical Group Email: Carolyn.Jacobs@umassmemorial.org Call/text 508-713-3156
We are an equal opportunity employer building strength through diversity. We welcome all applicants
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About UMass Memorial Health Care
UMass Memorial Medical Group is a multispecialty group practice with 1,060 physicians and 2,200 nonphysician staff members. It is one of the largest and diverse medical groups on the east coast. Our physicians provide clinical care services in 12 hospitals, 5 community health centers, 3 rehabilitation facilities, 25 nursing homes and 80 office based practices. They provide over 3,000,000 patient encounters a year.