Hospital in southwestern Vermont is seeking to employ a Board Certified or Board Eligible OB/GYN Physician to join a well-established Practice:

•    Clinic Schedule: ½ day a week of Surgery
•    50/50 oby gyn 
•    Call Rotation: q4 1 weekend a month (Friday 8a – Monday 8 am) and 1 weekday a week. Random 
•    # of hospital deliveries – 480 annually  (practice does 350 deliveries),  average c-section rate – 24%,  # patients per day – 20
*    Level I nursery

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.

Hospital serves more than 75,000 people and averages 500 births; 23,000 emergency room visits; 4,000 admissions and 150,000 outpatient visits each year. System wide, the organization has nearly 1,200 employees and 215 medical staff.

Hospital is a community-focused, nonprofit healthcare system and is a top-rated hospital located less than an hour’s drive to Albany, New York.  Boston, New York City and Montreal are just three hours away.

Hospital is one of only 43 hospitals worldwide to have achieved four consecutive designations as a Magnet® Center for Nursing Excellence. In 2017, they received the Magnet Prize,™ an award for extraordinary innovation in nursing that is given to only one hospital in the world each year. In 2017, the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services awarded them its 5-Star Rating for quality, patient safety, and the patient experience. Hospital is the only 5-Star hospital in Vermont and only 6% of hospitals nationwide earn the mark.

Southern Vermont has it all: ski resorts, numerous restaurants and unique shopping, beautiful village greens, cozy inns, fall foliage, and a scattering of historic covered bridges. Local Ski areas include; Stratton, Bromley, Magic Mountain, and Mount Snow all of which offer winter activities and warm-weather fun for kids and families.  

This area of Vermont is known for its never-ending list of outdoor activities including:   Long Trail, Appalachian Trail, Prospect Mountain, Multiple ski slopes such as Stratton, Bromley, Magic, Okemo and Mount Snow.

Vermont is a state known for its natural landscape, which is primarily forested. Thousands of acres of mountain terrain are crossed by hiking trails and skiing slopes. Among the many points of interest are the Green Mountain National Forest, the Calvin Coolidge Homestead at Plymouth, and the Marble Exhibit in Proctor. Although Vermont is an inland state, it has beaches and water sports at Lake Champlain, along with many lakes, streams, and swimming holes. If quality of living, the beauty and recreation of four seasons and a warm, welcoming community are what you seek – not just living, but thriving in Vermont comes easily.