Penn Highlands Healthcare, a four hospital, 537 bed integrated healthcare delivery system located in West Central Pennsylvania is seeking a dynamic Addiction Medicine physician to lead our team of primary care and pain management providers in support of an aggressive expansion of services to include Addiction Medicine. With over 363 Physicians and 130 advanced practice providers on staff, Penn Highlands Healthcare provides direct patient care to four campuses and 70 outreach locations throughout eight counties in West Central Pennsylvania.
The candidate will have a unique and challenging opportunity to develop and lead a new Addiction Medicine service line within the system, establish consultative services for the region and step into a busy office practice while directly achieving professional and personal growth in a health system that is transforming care through technology and innovative new models of care.
Addiction Medicine Practice
Outpatient Only (M-F)
New Position due to Community Needs Assessment
Full support staff available including primary care and pain management
100% EMR at the practice location
MGMA base salary with RVU bonus system (no cap)
Sign on Bonus
Monthly stipend if resident/fellow in last year
25 Days of PTO including vacation and holiday time
40 hours of CME, plus expenses of up to $3000.00 annually
Malpractice and Tail Coverage
Sick time, 10 days per calendar year
Life and Accidental Death Insurance
Health, Dental, and Vision Coverage
Short and Long Term Disability
Retirement account with matching contribution after one year
The greater DuBois community offers social and economic diversity, while maintaining a traditional community feel and attractive cost of living. An affordable housing market, excellent public and private school systems and an abundance of outdoor activities add to the positive attributes of the region. Located near an interstate highway, the greater DuBois region is a great place to work, live and raise a family while maintaining an easy access to metropolitan areas such as Pittsburgh, State College and New York City.