We are actively recruiting either a Family Medicine or Internal Medicine physician who speaks Haitian Creole for a major Family Health Center network located in the New York City area.
This is a unique opportunity to be a meaningful part of a progressive community health center, and to make difference in the lives of the Haitian community in New York City. Perhaps you could refer a colleague or consider this opportunity yourself. All conversations are private, professional and low-key.
Part of a comprehensive, growing and stable healthcare organization.
Nationally recognized for its quality of care and management.
Qualifies for both State and Federal Loan Forgiveness Programs (so new grads are welcome to apply).
Accredited Residency programs and on-going clinical trials.
ABOUT THE FACILITY & THE OPPORTUNITY:
This Federally-Qualified Family Health Center network has a respected executive team and a history of innovation; which give them the ability to attract and retain medical talent. The network is known for its progressive, continuity-of-service approach.
It is also aligned with a successful teaching hospital and has academic affiliations with several major universities. There are some clinical trials and other research activities in progress.
Essentially, the Attending Physician should be someone who enjoys the diversity and challenge of primary care medicine in an academically-oriented organization. Your clinical time would be dedicated to a large Caribbean Family Health Center. The position involves providing medical care to a range of adult patients (and would only include children if your are a Family Medicine practitioner).
The compensation range is on-target for today's market, and is augmented by a performance-based bonus plan; plus generous benefits & retirement packages. If you still have student loans, this organization qualifies for the National Health Service's Loan Forgiveness Program, which can add up to $30,000 in pre-tax saved income per year to your annual compensation. Lastly, there are multiple academic appointments available.
Board certified in Family Practice or Internal Medicine
Must be fluent in Haitian Creole.
Have a warm and friendly personality, able to remain calm and positive with patients and their families.
There is a strong preference for a doctor who is Haitian or Afro-Caribbean.
Enjoy occasional teaching of medical students and residents.
Let's have a short conversation about the details (such as compensation, benefits, location, etc.) and answer your questions about this opportunity. If you are interested, please reply to this email with your CV or fax it to the number below.
Your privacy is of the utmost concern to us and all correspondence is treated in strict confidence.Your CV and identity are never shared with anyone until you give consent.
I look forward to our conversation.