Join a provider-led, multi-specialty group practice that is part of a financially strong and stable health system and clinical affiliate of Massachusetts General Hospital.
Foundation Medical Partners, in Nashua, NH, is actively seeking two fellowship-trained Interventional Radiologists to join our team as part of our integrated multispecialty medical group. The Radiology Division consists of 10 subspecialty-trained radiologists who staff Southern New Hampshire Medical Center and our affiliated practices. This is a full-time employed position. In addition to leading the procedural service line, some diagnostic work is required, including shared weekend coverage. Diagnostic overnight services are provided via teleradiology. Compensation and benefits are competitive, including 6 weeks of paid vacation plus an additional week for CME with a generous spending allowance. Fringe benefits include contributions toward retirement savings, medical, dental and vision insurance, and malpractice and disability coverage.
Foundation Medical Partners is a 300+ provider-led multispecialty group practice affiliated with Southern New Hampshire Medical Center, a 188 bed community hospital.
Nashua is located less than one hour north of Boston and is also less than one hour from the ocean and mountains. Nashua was twice named "Best Place to Live in America" in annual surveys by Money magazine, and there are excellent schools in the surrounding communities.
NH Medical License
Internal Number: FMS1
About Foundation Medical Partners
We are more than 300 providers in primary, specialty and immediate care.
We have more than 70 practices serving more than communities across southern New Hampshire and northern Massachusetts.
We have 7 Immediate Care facilities, with lab and x-ray services on site, offering walk-in care 7 days a week.
We are dedicated to improving the health and well-being of our patients with innovative programs and preventive health resources.
We embrace collaboration and teamwork to create a healthier work-life balance for our physicians and providers, which also helps improve the quality of our care.
We support our community with easy access to more affordable services, easing the burden on employers, and partnering with civic leaders to target our most pressing health challenges.