- Generous compensation estimate of $300,000 with uncapped earning potential
- Huge benefits package
- Well respected physician-led practice that emphasizes work-life balance
- Beautiful location with high quality of life and low cost of living
- Be an integral part of an expanding team
- Enjoy autonomy
- Ideal for those who seek a flexible schedule suitable for parents or for a more balanced lifestyle without compromise of income or benefits
- Near Portland which is the largest city in ME with a lot going on for young single people; rated #1 in the US for renting and quality of life
- Portland has become Maine’s economic capital because the city has Maine’s largest port, largest population, and is close to Boston (105 miles to the south).
- Portland has developed a national reputation for the quality of its restaurants, eateries, and food culture. In 2018, Portland was named Restaurant City of the Year by Bon Appétit Magazine, which in 2009 had named Portland the “Foodiest Small Town in America.” Many local chefs have gained national attention over the past few years. In 2017, Zagat named Portland one of the “30 Most Exciting Food Cities in America.”
- In 2015, Portland ranked 14th on Travel + Leisure’s end-of-year list, “America’s 20 Best Cities for Beer Lovers.” In 2016, Portland was ranked “top craft beer city in the world” by Matador Network.
- In 2019, Rent.com named Portland #6 on its list of Best Cities in America for Vegans.  In 2016, VegNews magazine added the city to its list of the 12 Best Towns for Vegan Living. In 2015, The Daily Meal named Portland, Maine one of 10 Great American Cities for Vegans. 
- Made Foder’s 2020 list for top 52 cities in the world for a travel destination.
- Ranked top city in America to spend the weekend (with population under 90,000) by Thrillist.com (May 2018).
- Ranked twelfth on Frommer’s2007 “Top Travel Destinations”.
- Named “Best Adventure Town in the East” by Outside Magazine.
- Ranked as Forbesmagazine’s “Top City for Empty Nesters” (2012). “Top City for Empty Nesters” (Kiplingers)
- Ranked first on com“America’s Most Livable Cities” (2009).
- Ranked thirteenth on Men’s Health Magazine‘s list of America’s 100 most “car crazed” cities.
- Ranked twentieth on the list of Top 20 Best Small Cities for College Studentsby the American Institute for Economic Research.
- Named one of the “Coolest Small Cities in America” by GQ
- Ranked as the third gayest city in the nation by UCLA‘s Williams Institute.
- Ranked third on Men’s Journal’slist, “The 10 Best Places to Live Now”. (2015)
- Ranked fifth on Jetsetter’slist, “America’s Coolest Small Towns”. (2015)
- New England’s premier private physiatry practice
- Set within a culture that values and respects your hard work and dedication
- Estimated total compensation $300,000, which includes a $250,000 base salary
- Plus an easily achievable bonus based on productivity
- Plus a directorship stipend for administrative tasks and support to our team of APPs.
- Manage complex physiatric-related medical conditions in the SNF and LTC population.
- Perform specialized procedures such as large joint injections or botox.
- Travel to the affiliated facilities in Southern Maine, dedicating one day per week to each facility.
- Provide oversight and support to our team of autonomous APPs.
- Minimal administrative duties including attending monthly quarterly meetings, occasionally conducting an in-service for staff, and liaising with the referring facilities to educate about the physiatry programs you offer at these facilities
- Average daily workload: Approximately 6 hours.
- Patient Interaction: Seeing 16-20 patients daily, with rounds typically consuming 2-3 hours.
- Flexibility: Notes may be completed from home.
- Employee of private practice
- 401k with match, medical, dental, vision, short- and long-term disability and life insurance, 4 weeks paid vacation, CME allowance
- Board Certified/Qualified physiatrist with excellent interpersonal and communications skills
- A dynamic, dedicated physiatrist
Portland, Maine Information:
- Portland, MEis a city of approximately 110,000 including the suburbs. It is surrounded by some of the nation’s best public school districts consistently in the top 25 list and best place to live in New England by U.S. News and World Report.
- In 2018 it was named Restaurant City of the Year by Bon Appétit Magazine.
- Portlandis approximately 1 hour and 50 minutes by car from Boston, accessible by train. PWM airport offers direct flights to: NYC, DC/BWI, Chicago, Atlanta, Florida, Denver and Philadelphia
- The Old Port district is known for its 19th-century architecture and nightlife. Marine industry still plays an important role in the city’s economy, with an active waterfront that supports fishing and commercial shipping. The Port of Portland is the largest tonnage seaport in New England.
- Over the years, the local economy has shifted from fishing, oboe manufacturing, manufacturing, and agriculture towards a more service-based economy. Most national financial services organizations such as Bank of America and Key Bank base their Maine operations in Portland. Unum, TruChoice Federal Credit Union, People’s United Bank, ImmuCell Corp, and Pioneer Telephone have headquarters here, and Portland’s neighboring cities of South Portland, Westbrook and Scarborough, provide homes for other corporations including IDEXX and WEX Inc. Since 1867, Burnham & Morrill Co., maker of B&M Baked Beans, has had its main plant in Portland and is considered a landmark.
- In January of 2020 Portland was announced to be the location of a new research institute that will focus on the application of artificial intelligence and machine learning. Northeastern University was selected by technology entrepreneur David Roux to lead the institute that will include programs that will allow graduate student research.
- The Arts District, centered on Congress Street, is home to the Portland Museum of Art, Portland Stage Company, Maine Historical Society & Museum, Portland Public Library, Maine College of Art, Children’s Museum of Maine, Merrill Auditorium, the Kotzschmar Memorial Organ, and Portland Symphony Orchestra, as well as many smaller art galleries and studios.
- Thompson’s Point, in the Libbytown neighborhood, has been a focus of renovation and redevelopment during the 2010s. The location hosts a concert venue, ice rink, hotels, restaurants, wineries, and breweries.
- The city is home to numerous food trucks and food carts, which park on the city streets and at festivals, events and breweries. Most operate in the summer; a few operate year round.
- Portland ranks among the top U.S. cities in restaurants and bars per capita. According to the TripAdvisor, Portland is currently home to about 389 restaurants in 2017. Notable restaurants include Fore Street, Duckfat, Amato’s, Becky’s Diner, Marcy’s Dinner, Green Elephant Vegetarian Bistro, Back Bay Grill, Street & Co., and Công Tū Bôt.
- Portland has been visited by many food shows including Rachael Ray‘s Food Network show $40 a Day, the Travel Channel‘s Man v. Food, and Anthony Bourdain: No Reservations.
The Portland Farmers Market, which has been in continuous operation since 1768, takes place Wednesdays in Monument Square, Saturdays in Deering Oaks Park (from early May to the end of November), and Saturdays at The Maine Girls Academy (from early December to the end of April). Fresh fish and seafood can be purchased at a number of markets on the wharves along Commercial Street and artisan bread makers bake fresh loaves every day.
The city has the state’s greatest concentration of vegan and vegetarian restaurants that include the Green Elephant Vegetarian Bistro, which opened in 2007, Nura and Copper Branch. Vegetarian-friendly restaurants number more than 200 in 2020 according to the Maine Sunday Telegram. In the 1970s and 1980s, The Hollow Reed was a notable vegetarian restaurant on Fore Street. Celebrity chef Toni Fiore first filmed the PBS cooking show Totally Vegetarian in 2002 at the cable access station in Portland. The Portland Press Herald has featured a vegan column by Avery Yale Kamila in its Food & Dining section since 2009.  In 2011, the Portland Public Schools added a daily vegetarian cold lunch option to its school menus. In 2019, the district changed to a daily hot vegan school meal option.
Portland hosts a number of food and beverage festivals, including:
- Festival of Nations, takes place in July in Deering Oaks Park and organized by group of local organizations
- Greek Festival, three-day event in June at Holy Trinity Greek Orthodox Church
- Harvest on the Harbor, multi-day event takes place in October
- Italian Street Festival & Bazaar, three-day event in August outside St. Peter’s Parish commemorates the Feast of the Assumption of the Blessed Virgin Mary and the Feast of Saint Rocco
- Maine Brewers Festival, held multiple times a year by the Maine Brewers’ Guild
- Maine VegFest, takes place in October and organized by Maine Animal Coalition since 2005; the event features all vegan food and was originally called Maine Vegetarian Food Festival
- Taste of the Nation, fundraiser for food insecurity that stopped after 2015 but happened again in 2019
- Maine Restaurant Week, takes place over 12 days in March
- Maine Seaweed Week, takes place in the spring
Colleges and universities:
- Maine College of Art
- University of Maine School of Law
- University of New England(formerly Westbrook College)
- University of Southern Maine
If you have any interest, skills or experience with inpatient physiatry jobs, you’re in luck. Interest in inpatient physiatry jobs has decreased over the years, making the need for skilled clinicians now more than ever. There is a great demand for qualified inpatient physiatrists, and Farr Healthcare can help you find the practice or facility of your dreams.