|Are you the right leader for this
rare urology opportunity in gorgeous New England?
Hot Job in Urology: Greenfield, MA
The Urology Recruiters
How would you like to live the quintessential New England life on your very own Walden Pond? Imagine a
lifestyle of four seasons--golfing in the summer, hiking through vibrant red and gold forests in the fall,
skiing in the winter, and fishing for bass and trout in the glorious spring.
As an employed urologist with a starting salary of $425,000 (plus signing bonus and loan
repayment!) in Greenfield, Massachusetts, you can easily have your own waterfront property on
acreage, enjoying nature's music of rippling water and wind rushing through the pines.
If you are ready to let your years of experience and leadership skills shine, Baystate Franklin Medical
Center - part of a three-hospital system - could be the perfect fit for you. This regional hospital is
searching for a leader to become Medical Director of Urology. Have ideas for new technology
and equipment or want to hire a PA? No problem. The hospital administrators want to make you happy
and have the budget to support your new ideas. Enjoy teaching? Surgical residents rotate at your
hospital. Want to keep your robot skills sharp? You will be guaranteed weekly OR block time at the
partner tertiary hospital 40 minutes away. Want to make sure you have time to spend with your family?
1:3 call is also guaranteed.
This beautiful area of western Massachusetts offers an ideal location to raise a family, starting with a
first-rate education for your kids. Greenfield's public school system is top notch, and the
surrounding private schools are world famous: Deerfield Academy, Stoneleigh Burnham,
and Northfield Mount Hermon.
Housing prices are extremely reasonable. You can own a historic home on nearly 3 acres, overlooking a
serene pond (for less than $300,000!), and still have easy weekend access to two of the nation's best
cities: 1.5 hours to Boston; 3 hours to NYC.
What sets Greenfield apart from other small towns? It is NOT in the middle of nowhere! The town's
location provides plenty of access to cultural opportunities -- it has its own symphony orchestra, the
Pioneer Valley Symphony, as well as a multitude of theater, art, and music productions from the nearby
outstanding universities of Smith College, University of Massachusetts, Amherst College,
and Mount Holyoke.
Yet for the day-to-day, you get the genuine charming small-town experience, with the friendliness and
tolerance you can only find in a progressive small town. You'll buy produce from the local farms that dot
the landscape, and in the winter, you can cut down your own tree from the local Christmas tree farms.
And of course life in a small town just wouldn't be complete without a fair: This year Franklin County is
celebrating its 166th annual!
This rare opportunity have a busy, satisfying practice while living in an enchanting, historic New England
town will not last! Come enjoy the peaceful life on your own slice of paradise, and why not take along a
basket? It's apple-picking time.
NOTE: This group is glad to support doctors with H-1B or J-1 visas.
Call Laurie Schlesinger today at 512-961-0009 for more details, and forward your CV to