Internal Medicine Job In Scranton, Pennsylvania
Moses Taylor Hospital in Scranton, PA Seeks Internist to Join Group Practice!Next Steps... Apply Now Register Now Call Deborah Starling: Sign in to view
Moses Taylor Hospital is assisting one of its groups, SQCC-Physicians Health Alliance, to recruit a BC/BE Internal Medicine physician. Internist will join a highly reputable, existing practice with an established geriatric/traditional Internal Medicine patient base.
This position can be either outpatient only OR traditional inpatient/outpatient. One of the current Internists in the group is reducing his hours as he nears retirement. Anticipated call is 1:4 and provided by existing physicians.
A competitive recruitment package is available!
The Scranton Plan
The Scranton Plan is the industrial marketing arm of The Greater Scranton Chamber of Commerce. The mission of The Scranton Plan is to create and retain jobs for Lackawanna County. With the help of two Chamber divisions, the Scranton Lackawanna Industrial Building Company (SLIBCO) and the Lackawanna Industrial Fund Enterprises (LIFE), the Scranton Plan is the driving force behind job creation and retention for Lackawanna County.
The Chamber's economic development programs have won numerous awards in the past for their efforts including the Top Economic Development Program in the nation by CUED in 2000, a Top Ten Local Economic Development Group in the May 2008 issue of Site Selection magazine and additional honors from PEDA, NEDA and the Small Business Administration.
Moses Taylor Hospital is a 217-bed, acute care hospital committed to providing quality healthcare that is patient- and community-focused. Moses Taylor Hospital is an affiliate of Commonwealth Health, which includes eight hospitals and an extensive network of healthcare agencies and providers throughout Northeastern Pennsylvania. Key services include family birthing suites, nationally recognized for three years in the top 10 percent of birthing hospitals in the nation, orthopedics, imaging, and senior behavioral health services.
A continuum of care is provided to patients through a dedicated team of physicians, nurses, staff, and volunteers who are dedicated to keeping the community healthy.