The University of Vermont Health Network - Champlain Valley Physicians Hospital (CVPH) is part of a six-hospital network serving northern NY and VT. It is a certified Level III trauma center that works closely with UVM Medical Center, a Level I trauma center located 1 hour away. CVPH is a 300-bed community hospital with its own Family Medicine Residency. In addition, EM residents and medical students from UVM have clinical rotations at CVPH.
CVPH has 9 state-of-the-art operating rooms and an ambulatory surgery center with 4 operating rooms. Cases include a broad spectrum of procedures with an approximate annual volume 19,000. Practice in a warm and friendly environment that sits on a plush 45-acre campus complete with ponds and walking paths.
Salary & Benefits:
Student loan repayment and relocation assistance is available. Excellent benefits, including an insurance plan and 403(b) retirement program, are provided through The University of Vermont Health Network Medical Group.
Situated on the Adirondack Coast of Lake Champlain, the small waterfront city of Plattsburgh offers a community experience that is full of history and activity. There is a distinct local charm to this area that celebrates local artisans, business, agriculture and history. Activity in this city is centered around Lake Champlain with boating, sailing, windsurfing, fishing or just relaxing on one of the beaches. Just to the east, in the Adirondack Mountains, you’ll find abundant opportunities to hike, ski, mountain bike or just take in nature. Plattsburgh may feel more like a large town, but it’s fast becoming a small international destination for tourists and visitors from nearby Montreal who fly into Plattsburgh International Airport. Experience what life on the water is like here in Plattsburgh.
As a leading health care organization that employs thousands and directly works to improve the health of more than a million people in our two-state region, we are resolutely committed to promoting equity, diversity and inclusion in our practices and our communities.
As a medical institution that focuses on care, research and training, we have a professional and moral obligation to not only understand humanity, but to embrace and care for it without bias or discrimination. That starts within our own workforce by actively promoting diversity and inclusion within our clinical and academic communities with a culture that supports and encourages respect for every individual and that recognizes and values our diverse backgrounds.