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Company: University of Maryland Medical System
Location: Easton, MD
Career Level: Entry Level
Industries: Healthcare, Pharmaceutical, Biotech

Description

University of Maryland Medical System (UMMS)  is a physician-led, internationally recognized healthcare system offering uniquely rewarding careers in major Maryland marketplaces. Create your future in a healthcare setting that is right for you and your practice. Become part of something greater by applying your experience, input, and leadership—as a clinician and healthcare expert.

UM Shore Medical Center at Easton, a member of the  University of Maryland Medical System  (UMMS), is seeking a BE/BC  Gastroenterologist  to join a well-established practice in Easton, MD.

 

Job Specifics:

  • The practice has been operational for over 40 years
  • 5 Physician and 4 NP practice
  • Monday-Friday 8 am - 5 pm; 1:5 call schedule
  • General GI with ERCP training desirable but not required
  • Outpatient endoscopy at the brand new location in Cambridge, MD
  • J1 candidates accepted

Benefits:

  • Competitive Salary  with incentive
  • Relocation assistance
  • Comprehensive Benefits  including malpractice with tail, CME, and loan repayment/forgiveness counseling

 

 

Live and work close to the spectacular Chesapeake Bay in these ideal locations that offer family-friendly neighborhoods, gourmet restaurants, and shopping.  This regional health care network serving Caroline, Dorchester, Queen Anne’s, Kent,  and Talbot counties includes the UM Shore Medical Center at Easton, UM Shore Health Medical Center at Dorchester in Cambridge, and UM Shore Medical Center at Chestertown. UM Shore Regional Health, which was formed in July of 2013, connects residents and visitors to primary care and specialty physicians, emergency medical services, and a coordinated system of prevention, diagnosis, and treatment.

 

UMMS hospitals and health care facilities are equal opportunity employers and proud of an environment of diversity.

 

 

Founded in 1706, Chestertown is a historic college town along the banks of the Chester River on Maryland's Eastern Shore. The brick sidewalks lined with shops, restaurants and inns welcome visitors to meander and browse. A visit to Chestertown's Historic District to admire the fine colonial residences is a must!

The Eastern Shore comprises nine Maryland counties, each with its own special history and rich heritage. The waterfront lifestyle and rural community provide an unspoiled and vibrant way of life on the Eastern Shore of Maryland.

The Eastern Shore has various environmental landscapes, from the saltwater marshes along the Bay to the old-growth forests inland. The Chesapeake Bay to the west and the Atlantic Ocean to the east serve to moderate the temperature, with winter averaging in the mid-30s, producing an annual snowfall of fewer than 12 inches, and summer averaging in the upper 80s.

The region provides opportunities for a wide variety of activities, as well, including sailing, boating, rowing, hunting, fishing, hiking, biking, birding, horseback riding, camping, and swimming. Beach life is just a couple of hours away at Rehoboth Beach, Delaware, and Ocean City, Maryland. Picturesque state parks and wildlife preserves on the Eastern Shore include Turner's Creek State Park, Tuckahoe State Park, Blackwater National Wildlife Refuge, and Eastern Neck National Wildlife Refuge.

The region is home to scores of cultural, artistic, and community service nonprofit organizations and features a wide array of festivals, fairs, and other events throughout the year. For those inclined to travel, the cities of Salisbury, Annapolis, Baltimore, Washington, D.C., and Philadelphia – and four major airports – are all within a few hours’ drive time.

Children love life on the Eastern Shore, too. In addition to a full complement of public, independent, and parochial schools, enriching after-school and summer activities are offered by YMCA of the Chesapeake, performing arts groups, church-sponsored camps, youth sports leagues, and local organizations, including Academy Art Museum, Pickering Creek, the Talbot County Community Center, and many others. Families can enjoy spending the day together on the tall ship Sultana, on the beach, or visiting the Rock Hall Waterman's Museum or the Chesapeake Bay Maritime Museum in St. Michaels. However you prefer to enjoy your day with your loved ones, there are sure to be memorable experiences around every corner.


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