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If youre excited by the prospect of practicing neurology with a community health system in a region that blends urban sophistication with the ambiance of small town New England we have a great opportunity for you.

Who we are:

Were Hallmark Health Medical Associates looking for a primary care physician to join our multi-specialty team of more than 90 providers in 10 communities less than 10 miles north of Boston. As part of the Hallmark Health System, were able to offer the benefits of a large provider network while maintaining the intimacy and personal satisfaction of a small practice environment. Hallmark Health System includes two community hospitals: Melrose-Wakefield Hospital with 234 beds and Lawrence Memorial Hospital of Medford with 134 beds. We are located in close proximity to Boston, some of the best beaches in Massachusetts, as well as hiking and skiing in the mountains to the north. Our communities boast excellent restaurants and school systems, making it a very attractive place to live. We are committed to building and sustaining a strong, vibrant and healthy community.

About the job:
The Regional Float position is unique for Hallmark Health Medical Associates. Its true that it is a demanding position because of what it entails, but the rewards are many. The Regional Float position has the opportunity to work closely with our Chief Operations Officer and Regional Practice Manager to ensure continuity of care for our patients. This unique opportunity allows the candidate to work in many diverse environments, with the option to return to a full-time position if needs change.

We are seeking a family medicine or internal medicine physician with a minimum of 3-5 years of experience for the position. We have 25 out-patient sites in 10 of Bostons northern communities, all within a 10 mile radius of each other. This position is unique in that the schedule can be flexible, and part-time or full-time hours can be negotiated.

The Regional Float position may manage a panel in the interim if a provider is on temporary leave, leaves our system permanently, or if a new position is created. Coverage by the Regional Float would be arranged for any physician vacancy; coverage scenarios and locations may change on a daily basis based on patient care needs. Travel time to reach a care site other than the designated primary work station will be accounted for by adjusting the Regional Floats clinic schedule. The ability to travel throughout the Hallmark Health System on a daily basis to provide coverage is considered essential to the position. Private vehicle usage will be reimbursed based on mileage.

Benefits of joining our team:
Competitive compensation package
Full malpractice coverage from the day you start, including tail coverage
Excellent call schedule
Physician mentoring and commitment to practice support
Fully integrated EMR
Focus on quality, panel size and coordination of care, not just productivity
Access to two highly regarded hospitals that provide 24/7 hospitalist coverage

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Hallmark Health System is the premier, charitable provider of vital health services to Bostons northern communities and is the official healthcare partner of the Boston Bruins. The system includes Lawrence Memorial Hospital of Medford and Melrose-Wakefield Hospital in Melrose. Hallmark Health Medical Associates, Inc. (HHMA), an affiliate of Hallmark Health System, is a physician-lead practice with over 90 providers in local communities just north of Boston. Our mission is to provide the highest quality healthcare to Bostons northern suburbs in a community-based setting. HHMA provides care in a wide array of clinical categories including internal medicine, surgery, maternal/newborn services, psychiatric care, walk-in services, emergency services, and more. We believe that quality care starts internally, by working together to build the teams, policies and commitment necessary to deliver the level of care our patients deserve. We then take these internal guidelines and translate them to new, high-quality care and service for our patients as measured by clinical and industry guidelines and standards.