- Beautiful, coastal ME with affordable housing
- The physiatrists there are doing very well financially
- Affiliate with the nation’s largest rehab provider
- The largest city in ME, among the top US cities for restaurants and bars per capita; Arts District, Foods Festivals
- 105 miles to Boston
- 90-bed, freestanding, state-of-the-art rehab hospital
- ADC is 80; variety of cases with stroke being the most
- CMI is 1.35 – 1.4
- 8 doctors on staff, several of whom are part-time
- Clinics in wheelchair, amputee, brace and tone
- Inpatient/outpatient work
- Caseload of approximately 20 patients
- Call is 1:9 weeks and weekends, not alto of night calls as it’s not an acute care hospital
- Independent contractor
- Professional receipts
- $240,000 income guarantee
- The largest city in ME with a lot going on for young single people
- 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 Yearby 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’send-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, comnamed 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)
- Board Certified/Qualified physiatrist with excellent interpersonal and communications skills