Dermatology Nurse Practitioner or Physician Assistant
This is an open opportunity for a Dermatology Nurse Practitioner or Physician Assistant in Northern New Hampshire.
Summary and Highlights:
- Brand new clinic (backed by Hospital)
- Must have at least 5 years experience in Dermatology
- Light patient load to start while practice builds up
- Schedule will be M-F / 8-5
- Absolutely no call or weekend work
- Solo Provider base practice (you get to run the show!)
- 5 Weeks of PTO
- Comprehensive Benefits package
- Total comp with bonuses of $325k+!
It’s not often that opportunities to be a solo provider in dermatology come open. Especially those that are backed by the expertise and resources of a hospital. Here is that opportunity. And most importantly, you will have the ability to grow this practice from nothing to something the community can be proud of.
You will control your earnings with large bonus potential. A guaranteed salary is standard of course. But you can dictate how much you really want to push. All the ups of high earning potential, with none of the risk of a traditional start up practice that might fail. With a hospital behind you, success is all but imminent!
About the area:
The entertainments that the people of this mountain region have devised for tourists and visitors – in all four seasons of the year – boggles the mind. In winter, of course, several ski areas — Attitash, Bretton Woods, Waterville Valley, Wildcat, Cannon, Loon — offer downhill and cross-country skiing as well as snowboarding, snow tubing, and terrain parks. The other seasons of the year, too, are rich with activities in the mountains, particularly for families and children.
The region has 18 family attractions, among them are the Conway Scenic Railroad and the Hobo Railroad, offering train excursions through gorgeous mountains and gorges; the Mount Washington Cog Railway, with its heart-stopping trips to the summit, where visitors can see views of four states and Canada; the Polar Caves, a series of dramatic, glacially formed caves and gorges; Santa’s Village, Fort Jefferson Fun Park, and Story Land for the younger crowd; and Whale’s Tale Water Park, with a wide selection of water slides and rides.
Many of the ski areas host warm-weather activities like Alpine slides, gondola rides, biking, skate parks, climbing walls, horseback riding, and golf. Towns and ski areas also put on many festivals throughout the seasons, devoted to entertainments like music, food, wine, antique cars, and more. Stay late if you can: evening fireworks shows are becoming a frequent way to end a day of fun.
This is the New England you have been dreaming of!