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ICMS is looking for an energetic and professional person to work Per Diem as a Medical Assistant. The Medical Assistant will provide clinical support for medical practitioners, conduct follow up with the patients concerning lab and other tests results, and triage patient calls as needed. Other duties include performing phlebotomy work and injections, managing patient records, and acting as a liaison between patient, hospital, other providers and the practitioners. This position requires the ability to work in a fast-paced environment and excellent patient service.
Family Nurse Practitioner/Physician Assistant
ICMS is seeking an experienced, compassionate Nurse Practitioner or Physician Assistant, with direct experience in emergency medicine and a passion for family practice.
We offer you a truly unique experience - living on a scenic island off the coast of Maine and practicing the full spectrum of family medicine with the support of strong leadership and experienced clinicians.
We balance the demands of practicing medicine on the island with an exceptional clinician rotation schedule that affords you time to explore all that Vinalhaven and Maine have to offer. Outdoor enthusiast enjoy local hiking, fishing, swimming, biking, boating, sailing, snowshoeing and kayaking. A ferry ride, or short flight to the mainland opens the door to endless experiences.
We are a mission driven and community-focused health center and are seeking like-minded clinicians to live and practice on our island.
For more information, contact Danielle Poole, Human Resources Manager at Islands Community Medical Services, Inc.
Phone: 207.863.4341 x1116
Living and Practicing on Vinalhaven, ME.
Come enjoy Maine life in a close-knit community and be a part of our team at Islands Community Medical Services. We are a well-established FQHC, located in beautiful Penobscot Bay, 12 miles off the coast of Rockland. Vinalhaven has a year-round population of 1,200 residents, which grows to more than 4,000 in the summer. The island has a K-12 school, renovated library, restaurants and stores, working waterfront, miles of public access to the shore and a vibrant artistic community.
Maine’s land and seascapes serve as a year-round playground for outdoors enthusiasts and those who appreciate nature and a vibrant four seasons. From the mainland, it's just a 90-minute drive to Portland or Bangor, two of Maine’s largest cultural hubs, or just an hour’s flight to Boston.