Board Certified/Board Eligible MD or DO in Family Medicine
Interested in practicing in a beautiful island setting that is a blend of Clinic and Hospital work
Desire to be a member of a patient-focused, cohesive, productive, and friendly team
Clinic Hours are Monday-Friday 8:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m.
12-18 patients on average per day in clinic
Same Day/Walk-Ins are taken as they can be accommodated
Family Medicine physicians cover the clinic and hospital
Half-time behavioral health/social work provider in the clinic to provide coordinated care
Lab services onsite
Robust imaging onsite
Emergency transfer available when needed
Family Medicine and Emergency Medicine students do rotations at PIMC
Located in the Salish Sea off the northwest coast of Washington State, San Juan Island is the largest of the many islands in the world-famous archipelago of the same name. 7,000 permanent residents share this 55 square mile natural paradise and enjoy year-round the many land and water based recreational opportunities that support the tourist-based economy. Connected to the mainland by ferry and airlines, island living combines a cohesive small-town community with comprehensive services and commercial diversity unusual in a rural setting. Friday Harbor, WA, the “Gateway to the San Juan Islands,” is a charming, historic and walkable seaport that boasts friendly shops and restaurants, visual art, theater and musical events, and of course, opportunities for outdoor adventures. The community has a comprehensive library, a state-of-the-art theater that features diverse performing arts, many wonderful restaurants, an historical museum, two national parks, miles of public shoreline, and a vibrant agricultural community. Local schools are unique learning communities with growing economic and ethnic diversity, high levels of parent and community involvement and strong voter support for levy and bond measures.
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