We are seeking 2 full time or 1 full time and 1 part time/relief experienced emergency clinicians to join our team! We have openings for day and swing shifts. Full time day shift is just three 12 hour days a week.
As an ER doctor at AESC, you’ll get to work alongside specialists in critical care, IM, surgery, cardiology, oncology and alternative medicine as well as experienced emergency doctors and certified veterinary technicians.
Animal Emergency and Specialty Care (AESC) takes a collaborative approach to patient care- so if you value a synergistic environment, you’ll do well here!
Please be internship-trained or have several years of ER experience. You should also be team oriented and have excellent communication skills with peers, clients and referral practices.
Do you like surgery? Great! You can do surgery here! You don’t? Then you have the option to refer- we’re flexible and want to utilize your strengths!
Our hospital is a busy and growing private specialty practice serving the greater Portland area as well as the rest of the state. We are equipped with digital radiology, a GE 4-slice helical CT scan, two ultrasound machines, and an in-house laboratory.
Portland, Maine was ranked one of the best places to live by US News and World Report. What do you get when you mix the metropolitan vibe of a big city with a quaint seaside community? Portland!
The mountains, beaches and the greater Boston area are all within driving distance. Maine’s largest city (but still quaint by most standards) boasts plenty of fine art, award-winning chefs and some of the best shopping experiences where you can support independent stores. There are plenty of indoor as well as year-round outdoor activities.
Salary and benefits are very competitive, including health insurance, CE allowance, retirement plan, short and long term disability and association dues. You also get to work for a great boss!
Check out our website at http://animalemergencyspecialtycare.com/.
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