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Regional Hospital of Scranton is seeking a board certified/board eligible fellowship trained Breast Surgeon to join hospital-affiliated group, Delta Medix.

Delta Medix is a multispecialty group consisting of eighteen physicians - located in Scranton, Pennsylvania. Delta Medix offers a comprehensive Breast Care Center for early detection, diagnosis, and treatment of breast cancer as well as services for those at high risk for breast cancer. Combining advanced technology with superior medical and surgical care, Delta Medix recently formed an affiliation with the Jefferson Kimmel Cancer Center and many of the physicians are on the faculty of the The Commonwealth Medical College a new allopathic school of medicine with its main campus adjacent to Regional Hospital.

Recruitment of this position may offer competitive salary, bonuses, relocation allowance, and medical education debt allowances for the right candidate.

Scranton is the sixth largest city in the State of Pennsylvania. The area is located in the crossroads of five interstate highways, providing easy access to the business and cultural centers of New York City, Philadelphia, Boston, and Washington, DC. With its spectacular scenery, meandering waterways and four seasons of weather, there is no shortage of outdoor activities. Quality education, from preschool through graduate school, is one of the regions top priorities. Members of the medical staff choose highly rated public schools and private schools for their childrens education. The Greater Scranton area also has many outstanding colleges and universities. Living in Northeast Pennsylvania provides a lower cost of living and offers a quality of life second to none; it is the perfect place to raise a family.
Approximately 22,000 physicians employed and independent serve on the medical staffs of 159 CHS-affiliated hospitals in 22 states, opportunities abound for professional networking and support. The hospitals deliver a wide range of health services and function as vitally important members of their local communities. In 2015, 118 affiliated hospitals were named Top Performers on Key Quality Measures by The Joint Commission. A diverse array of national quality recognitions and honors have been earned by affiliated hospitals including accredited chest pain centers, accredited stroke centers and Centers of Excellence for bariatric services. Affiliated hospitals have the flexibility to meet individual needs and offer competitive recruitment packages and start-up incentives, which may include transition financial assistance and relocation assistance, as well as paid malpractice insurance and CME allowances.