Northern Light AR Gould Hospital is looking for a BE/BC General Radiologists with fellowship training to join our hospital-employed and growing practice in Presque Isle, Maine. The right candidate will have strong general radiology and basic interventional radiology skills. Mammography and MRI certifications are highly desired however, all candidates will be considered and are encouraged to apply. This is a great opportunity for the new graduate physician or someone who is just looking to make a change in their career!
Radiologists at Northern Light AR Gould Hospital enjoy:
- Competitive compensation, benefits and, PTO packages
- Sign-on and Relocations Bonus
- Student Loan Repayment of up to 20K a year for 5 years!
- Minimal call requirements (done from home)
- A full ancillary support staff
- A great schedule of Monday through Friday (8:00 am to 4:30 pm)
- AND MUCH MORE!
Northern Light AR Gould Hospital is in Presque Isle, Maine in Aroostook County, which is known for its beautiful lakes, rivers, and forests. When you're not enjoying year-round outdoor activities, you will be working with supportive colleagues in a modern facility that is well-integrated into a cutting-edge health care system. Northern Light AR Gould Hospital is a member of Northern Light Health, an integrated statewide health delivery system that is raising the bar with no-nonsense solutions that are leading the way to a healthier future for our state. Northern Light Health offers a broad range of providers and services, including nine hospitals, primary care and specialty physician practices, long-term care, home health and hospice agencies, and emergency ground and air transport.
Aroostook County, near the Canadian border, is the northernmost county in Maine, and Presque Isle is the commercial hub. Aroostook meaning "Beautiful River" is rural, with traditions that are honest and hard-working, and a local economy that relies on agriculture, forestry, outdoor recreation, and education. The University of Maine at Presque Isle, Northern Maine Community College, and Maine School of Math and Science are in the area. The Nordic Heritage Center is one of the top World Cup biathlon courses in the United States and is open for free public use year-round. Lakes, rivers, and woodlands are legendary and well-known to hunters, anglers, and outdoor recreationalists.
For confidential consideration or more information, please contact:
Nick Huff, CPRP, CST
Provider Recruiter III