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Providence Health & Services is Hiring Physicians on the West Coast

Posted on: December 2, 2008

Quality of Medicine. Quality of Life.


Providence Health & Services is a not-for-profit network of hospitals, clinics and physician partners. We have been providing high-quality, compassionate care in the West for more than 150 years, and we continue to grow with the communities we serve.

Providence Health & Services extends its ministry of caring and commitment across a five-state area: Alaska, California, Montana, Oregon and Washington. The areas we serve are both culturally diverse and scenically unparalleled. Outside of work, the unique geography and resources of our communities provide recreational opportunities that cannot be found anywhere else.

With more than 300 physician opportunities currently available in virtually all specialties, we offer physicians diverse lifestyle choices, flexible work arrangements and robust practice support.

We welcome new physicians fresh out of residency as well as seasoned experts with highly specialized training. We want to get to know you and help you find the right match! So we invite you to come take a look at our Physicians Careers site (below) to see what awaits you out West. Let your skills shine in an environment of growth and accomplishment, at Providence.


Find your perfect practice opportunity here!

http://www.docjobswest.com



For other healthcare opportunities at Providence Health & Services, please visit this post on my blog:

https://yourcareerassistant.wordpress.com/2008/05/20/reach-your-career-goals-with-our-support







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2 Responses to "Providence Health & Services is Hiring Physicians on the West Coast"

Lot of information……good that i came across your blog….

Can you guide me by giving tips on how you manage your blog…….thanks in advance

Thanks for the comment – I hope my blogs can be of use to you. My other one has more of the same kind of info in it: http://careergenie.wordpress.com

I’m not sure exactly what you mean with your question though? If you clarify more, I’d be happy to try and give you an answer!

-YCA

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