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Augusta: -- UPDATE - THIS POSITION IS ON HOLD UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE - We invite a sharp Plastic Surgeon to join the superb medical staff of Maine’s newest hospital – a state-of-the-art 192-bed regional medical center (less than five years old) in Maine's dynamic capital city, just one hour from Portland. Physicians requiring J1 or H1b visa support are welcome to apply. This physician-led medical center is Maine’s third largest healthcare system. You will be employed by a multidisciplinary group practice and practice in a state-of-the-art environment, fully equipped with robotics, and more! You will replace a surgeon who is relocated out of the area. Join a peer surgeon and an excellent support crew that includes two well-trained plastics PAs, an experienced RN, and two wonderful MAs. You will enjoy an interesting role with a wide variety of procedures including: Breast reduction and panniculectomy; abdominal wall reconstruction; skin cancer and soft tissue excision with sentinel lymph node biopsy as needed; cosmetic/ corrective surgery; assist with facial fracture management; assist with burn wound management; participation in the care of complex wound management with a new Hyperbaric/Wound Care program (new chamber on site); and tissue transfer surgery. This medical center is home to an unopposed Family Medicine Residency Program, so opportunities to teach residents and fellows may be available! Enjoy variety, with two OR days and 2.5 outpatient clinic days, with a half-day set aside for outpatient procedures. You will be employed by the hospital and earn an excellent compensation package including paid relocation, a very competitive salary, insurance (liability, health, dental, life, and disability), substantial earned time for vacations, paid time off plus a budget for your CME, and your choice of pension plans. Generous, multiyear medical education loan repayment is also available! Augusta is many things at once: Maine's historic capital city, a growing college town, and a family-friendly community with welcoming neighborhoods and excellent schools, all situated in scenic south-central Maine. Entrepreneurs start, grow, and maintain a variety of businesses here. Students learn in first-rate schools and libraries, plus historic and cultural facilities. Augusta’s impressive shopping district offers dozens of unique shops, numerous name brand stores and restaurants, and entertainment venues too. Augusta spans both sides of the scenic Kennebec River, a well-used waterway for early explorers, and later for loggers – and today, enjoyed for recreation! Kayaking, whitewater rafting, fishing and hunting, cross-country skiing, snowmobiling and more are enjoyed by locals and tourists alike. Local trails are popular for hiking and biking trails. Enjoy award-winning golf courses, and easily accessible ski resorts too. This area is marked by picturesque lakes and rivers where bald eagles are regularly spotted! Waterfront homes are available within the city limits, and in the popular Lakes Region adjacent to the city. Nearby Portland – an hour via freeway from Augusta – is a thriving city of 250,000, and one of the most desirable cities in New England. With a busy international airport, several semipro sports teams, a substantial shopping mall, and literally hundreds of restaurants, this diverse city has much to offer. Visit the hopping Old Port – a very active social district of shops and clubs and eateries! Enjoy scenic harborside dining, numerous galleries and museums, live theater, an acclaimed symphony, and much more. Boston is less than three hours from Augusta.