Dermatologist Opportunity in Bucolic Southern New Hampshire - Dartmouth-Hitchcock
Dartmouth-Hitchcock Medical Center is currently offering opportunities for BC/BE General Dermatologists to join our highly regarded, physician-led groups in our New Hampshire clinics located in Manchester, Nashua and Concord.
- Join one of our collegial teams in a busy clinical practice setting with other dermatologists
- Chance to practice a wide variety of medical, phototherapeutic, cosmetic and procedural dermatology with the opportunity to use a range of your skill sets every day
- Enjoy the benefits of Dartmouth-Hitchcock’s substantial, well established and growing primary care patient base
- Flexible schedules and exceptional clinical and administrative support allow you to make the most of your clinical time while providing for a work-life balance
- Excellent compensation and benefit package with relocation, including CME funds and days
- An academic appointment is available, if desired
The Dartmouth-Hitchcock physician group is the largest multi-specialty group in New Hampshire and is part of the Geisel School of Medicine.
Recently rated Most Livable State and Best State to Practice, New Hampshire has no state income or sales tax and a cost of living that is among the lowest in New England. Manchester and Concord are close to Boston, the sea coast, lakes and mountain regions of New Hampshire. Four-season living with year round recreation, a myriad of cultural events and venues and highly-ranked schools offer something for everyone.
With over 125+ physicians, Dartmouth Hitchcock Manchester is the largest multi-specialty group practice in Southern New Hampshire. Our progressive, physician led organization, utilizes a patient focused approach to care and treatment and supports collaboration across programs and specialties.
Having been ranked the #1 Small City and Best Place to Live and Raise a Family (Fortune and Money Magazine), Manchester is within an hour's drive to Boston, the seacoast, the lakes and mountain regions- offering something for everyone. As the largest city in New Hampshire, Manchester offers many cultural and social activities as well as strong school systems to contribute to a balanced lifestyle.
Manchester, New Hampshire
Having been ranked #1 Small City and Best Place to Live and Raise a Family (Fortune & Money magazines), Manchester, located in picturesque New Hampshire, is the city where history invites opportunity. Traveling along the banks of the Merrrimack River, one sees a unique blending of history with current economic development in the state's largest city. The old mill along the river has been transformed into quaint shops, galleries, and businesses. The community features traditional festivals, open air markets, great restaurants, and sporting and concert events available in the new 10,000 seat indoor Verizon Wireless Arena. The minor league (AA) FisherCats baseball team's ballpark proudly sits 6,500 in a waterfront stadium. Manchester is also home to the Currier Gallery of Art and the Palace Theatre, some of northern New England's finest art museums and musical theatres.
Manchester prides itself with being close to everything – within an hours drive of the Atlantic Ocean, the largest peaks of the White Mountains, pristine Lakes Region, and the city of Boston – offering something for everyone. New Hampshire has no state income or sales tax, has highly ranked public schools, and continues to be ranked one of the most "healthy" and "livable" states in the nation. Manchester-Boston Regional Airport offers easy access to all major cities, many offering direct flights. New Hampshire no longer needs to be a destination-call it "home."
The cost of living in New Hampshire is one of the lowest in New England with no state income tax or sales tax. Noted for exceptional public and private schools in the area, Expansion Management magazine named Concord as a Gold Medal district for offering the highest quality public education in the state of New Hampshire. It is also the home to the renowned St. Paul's private preparatory school, Franklin Pierce Law Center (New Hampshire's only law school), New Hampshire Technical Institute, and the Granite State Symphony Orchestra.