Central Maine Medical Center in Lewiston, Maine is searching for a compassionate, Board Eligible/Board Certified Neurologist to join a well-established team of two other Neurologists.  Neurologist with sub-specialty interest encouraged to apply.   Central Maine Neurology is a progressive practice offering compassionate, individualized patient care.  Patients include those with epilepsy, multiple sclerosis, stroke, Parkinson's disease, dementia, neuropathy, spinal disease/pain, headache, and dystonia.

Practice Info

  • Office support includes: 2 Nurse Practitioners, 1 RN, 2 EEG techs, 4 Medical Assistants
  • Special Services include: NCV & EMG testing and interpretation; evoked potentials, routine and ambulatory EEG, Botox for dystonia, neuro-ophthalmology
  • Approximately 70% Clinic/ 30% inpatient
  • Position is open to all Neurology subspecialist.  The first two years will be focused on general Neurology with the opportunity to build a subspecialty practice by year three
  • Call is 1:4 (physicians take call for the full week) All call is taken by phone averaging 6 calls per night.  Very rarely does a physician visit the hospital during call
  • Neurologists do not admit, consults only
  • Teaching opportunities for CMMC Family Residency Program and Bates College pre-med students
  • Level II stroke facility (approximately 450 – 500 stroke patients per year)
  • Active Tele-neurology service and Neuroscience service line available affiliated with Massachusetts General Hospital

Benefit Info

  • RVU production is payor mix blind
  • Sign on bonus and relocation reimbursement offered
  • Student loan support ($50,000 over 5-year period) under the Federal Student Loan Forgiveness Program
  • Physicians accrue time off for vacations, holidays, sick days at a rate of 232 hours per year
  • Retirement plans include 403b or 401k with a match of 2.5%.  An optional 457b plan is also available
  • Two weeks paid CME up to $3,500 reimbursement


Lewiston-Auburn population is 107,233.  These “Twin Cities” exert a significant impact upon the diversity, religious variety, commerce, education, and economic power of Maine. It is known for a relatively low cost of living, substantial access to medical care, and an extremely low violent-crime rate.   While the dominant language spoken in the city is English, it is home to the largest French-speaking population in the United States (by population).   

  • Cost of living is 5.8% lower than the U.S. average
  • Home appreciation the last 10 years has been 7.52%
  • Unemployment rate is 3.5%
  • Variety of outdoor activities including, fishing, white water rafting, kayaking, canoeing, hiking, biking, hunting, one hour from skiing, one hour to the ocean, snowmobiling
  • Several college options with the cultural amenities of a large city
  • Also enjoy the hometown feel of a small community including volunteer organized events and annual festivals

For more information, please contact:

Galen Roberts
Search Consultant
Jordan Search Consultants
cell: 573-915-9495
office: 636-542-8310

Reference Job #23672