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Southwestern Vermont Health Care serves roughly 75,000 people in the towns and villages of Bennington County, western Windham County and southern Rutland County in Vermont, eastern Rensselaer Country in New York, and Northern Berkshire County in Massachusetts.

Dartmouth-Hitchcock Putnam Physicians is a multispecialty physician group providing services to the medical practices of Southwestern Vermont Medical Center. Dartmouth-Hitchcock Putnam is seeking a full-time BC/BE Gastroenterologist to join the specialty care team. An excellent call schedule, supportive administration, highly qualified hospitalist team, quality care, and a focus on provider and patient satisfaction make this the ideal opportunity to meet both professional and personal needs. Lab and radiology services are conveniently provided in-house.

The financial package includes a market competitive base salary. A full benefit package is available which includes both moving expenses and assistance with student loan repayment up to $100,000.

Bennington County offers easy access to many outdoor activities such as mountain biking, skiing, hunting, fishing, and hiking. There are also a variety of school options in the community.

Nicole Goswami
gosn@phin.org
802.440.4246
Southwestern Vermont Health Care consists of: Southwestern Vermont Medical Center, a 99-bed community hospital. SVMC affiliated with Dartmouth-Hitchcock in July 2012. All physicians and associates providers are now Dartmouth employed. The Centers for Living & Rehabilitation, a 150-bed nursing facility that includes special units for short-term rehabilitation, long-term care and for residents with Alzheimer's disease. Visiting Nurse Association & Hospice, offers home nursing and rehabilitation and provides Bennington's only Medicare-certified hospice program. Southwestern Vermont Regional Cancer Center, a full-service cancer center offering chemotherapy, the latest in radiation therapy, and access to clinical trials approved by the National Cancer Institute. SVMC Northshire Campus, providing primary care in the Manchester, Vt., area. SVMC Deerfield Valley Campus, providing primary care in the Deerfield Valley of Vermont. SVHC is a Not-For-Profit: Henry W. Putnam started SVHC in 1910 by donating his water company to the Town of Bennington, stipulating that the proceeds be used to fund a public hospital. One of Bennington's oldest charities, SVHC depends on the generosity of donors to provide an unprecedented level of care for a community hospital. SVHC is governed by a volunteer Board of Trustees drawn from the communities it serves. In 2008, SVHC and its subsidiaries provided $1.8 million in charity care.