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Seaboard Physician Search
Closing date
12 Mar 2024

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Biomedical Science
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Health Services is seeking a Pathologist to join a strong Laboratory Services Team at their Medical Center in a dynamic community that is economically, culturally, and socially inviting.


2 Pathologists on staff in the Medical Center Laboratory

The hospital Laboratory is CAP accredited and is staffed 365 days a year, 24 hours a day. Our 36 member staff consists of Phlebotomists, Medical Laboratory Technicians, Clinical Laboratory Scientists and Medical Technologists. The laboratory offers a wide test menu to include Chemistry, Special Chemistry, Hematology, Serology and Urinalysis. The Laboratory s Blood Bank stores units of Red Cells and Frozen plasma for various different blood types and offers a full testing menu. The Microbiology Department performs culture workups on different sources as well as rapid antigen tests. PCR testing is offered for Respiratory and Enteric Pathogens. Bacterial identification with potential resistance patterns for Positive blood cultures are done for rapid turnaround time on patients with septicemia. Sensitivity Panels are offered as needed for treatment of infections. The Histology department handles all processing and slide preparation of surgical specimens for our Pathologists. Scheduled Frozen Sections are available. A variety of special stains are offered in house. The Laboratory is interfaced with the reference Laboratory (Quest Diagnostic) to offer faster turnaround time for tests not done on campus . The practice uses EPIC for an electronic medical record system, while the hospital uses CPSI.


Status: Full–time

Call: No Call

Qualifications of applicants:

Board Certified or board eligible on defined track to become Board Certified

Allopathic and osteopathic physicians will be considered equally

American born and trained physicians and foreign–born physicians who have completed a US residency and/or fellowship will be considered equally. H–1B and J–1 visa candidates will be considered.

In–practice physicians, residents or fellows, and military–trained physicians will be considered equally


Health Services is a physician practice management organization comprised of 32 physicians and 13 mid–level providers. Pines northern Maine locations include Caribou (3 offices), Presque Isle, Washburn, Fort Fairfield and Van Buren. In the fall of 2007, the practice was designated as a Federally Qualified Health Center, providing enhanced access to health care services for all members of the community, and allowing the practice to employ providers holding H–1B and J–1 visas. Our inaugural fully integrated electronic medical record system became operational in 2011.

For over 30 years Health Services has provided care to a service area population numbering about 35,000 people.

As an employee of Health Services, the successful physician candidate will receive a competitive salary, generous health and welfare benefits package, professional liability insurance, CME reimbursement, relocation assistance, and education loan repayment, if applicable. Physicians also receive an annual allowance for licensing, DEA registration, professional society membership, and medical journal subscriptions. Immigration assistance provided by expert legal counsel is provided at the expense of the practice for candidates needing a J–1 waiver, H–1B visa or green card.

Caribou, Maine

Caribou, Maine, is the most northeastern city within the United States and has a population of approximately 9,000 people. This dynamic community is economically, culturally, and socially inviting. Caribou promotes and aggressively pursues innovative business and economic development, and welcomes, supports and responds to the diversity of new people and new ideas. Caribou prides itself on the high quality of its public school system, extremely low crime rate and family–oriented community activities.

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Aroostook, named from a Native American word meaning Beautiful River is aptly nicknamed the The Crown of Maine partly because of its geographic location but more because of the breathtaking experiences that await you. Known by several different names, including, The Last Frontier of the East or by many Mainers as just The County, Northern Maine instills memories that not even time can fade.

Bordering the provinces of Quebec and New Brunswick, geographically it is the largest county east of the Mississippi and in fact is larger than the States of Rhode Island and Connecticut combined.

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