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Vera is Re-imagining Healthcare!

We make primary care accessible and effective by working with organizations to provide on-site clinics to their employers.  These on -site clinics make primary care affordable and convenient so that patients are more willing to invest in preventive care. Providers and care teams provide comprehensive care that is centered around patients and their needs, not a system.  Each patient is treated as an individual, spends significant time with providers and relies on the clinic team to coordinate all their care.  We treat patients by esteeming them through empathetic listening. This experience unlocks the patient’s ability to think beyond the immediate moment, illness, or symptom by engaging them in a true two-way conversation.  It empowers them to change their behavior in lasting ways.

Vera Whole Health is opening a clinic in August to provide care for the Anchorage School District employees.  

We seek a Lead Family Medicine Physician and two  Family Nurse Practitioners to work in our beautiful new clinic located in midtown Anchorage.

  • Work with a dedicated care team consisting of Health coaches and front and back office staff

  • Collaborate to provide patients with tailored comprehensive care

  • A Vera provider has 45 patient encounters per week (average 9 per day)

  • Each Vera Provider has an average of 1,500 patients under their care

  • 9 patients per day means that a Vera provider can spend extended time getting to the core of the patients’ needs

  • Vera providers spend an average of 30 (acute) and 60 (wellness) minutes with each patient

  • Final analysis: Vera will allow you to slow down and truly practice medicine.


We offer a generous Compensation and Benefits package, bonus PTO and much more!  We want to take care of you so that you can worry about taking care of our patients.  It just works better that way.

For more information on this or other Vera openings, contact

Gwen Stinson, CMSR

(206) 470-1833


   Tanana Chiefs Conference

The Tanana Chiefs Conference is now hiring for Family Medicine and Internal Medicine physicians at the Chief Andrew Isaac Health Center--an award winning cultural super clinic located in Fairbanks—Interior Alaska's urban hub. The Fairbanks based clinic is itself a hub that serves the larger mission of supporting health and wellness to Indian Health Service beneficiaries—Alaska Natives and American Indians, as well as many non-beneficiaries, in 42 villages across the river systems of the Interior (Yukon, Koyukuk, Kuskokwim, Tanana and more). This 235,000 square mile region is the home of the Tanana Chiefs Conference. Our Primary Care HPSA Score is 20 and we are an active site for NHSC loan repayment and a Commission Corps Site.

TCC is looking for team oriented physicians with clinical skills who also embody respect, humility and cultural sensitivity.

Learn more here:


Board certified in Internal Medicine or Family Medicine (MD or DO) Experience with tribal, IHS or cross-cultural and rural medicine desired. Candidate must be willing to fly to remote clinic locations quarterly. (2 to 5 days average per quarter)

Salary range $200K to $240K range DOE 
Exceptional Benefits, Profit-sharing, Signing Bonus, Relocation

The Health Center:

The most innovative aspect of the clinic's design is its approach to caring for patients and families through an integrated-care model that emphasizes wellness over intervention and focuses on family-centered lifestyle changes. In this Patient-Centered Medical Home model, a highly-collaborative team of providers works together in an open space. Such teams – made up of doctors, nurses, medical assistants and specialists – care for entire families. The team learns about a family's medical and non-medical issues, which ensures comprehensive prenatal to end-of-life care and support on the patient's journey to optimal wellness. Family Practice, Internal Medicine, Pediatrics, Women's Health, Psychiatry, Orthopedic PA, Radiology, Dentistry, Optometry, Lab, and Pharmacy are all services at the health center.

The Community:

Fairbanks is a wonderful university community with a surprising amount of arts, music, theater and community activities. Situated in the Tanana River Valley with the Alaska Range to the south and the Brooks Range to the north, Fairbanks is surrounded by the awesome beauty of wilderness. Groomed and lighted cross-country ski trails at both Birch Hill and the University of Alaska provide world class winter recreation. Summer boasts extended hours of daylight in the land of the midnight sun with unlimited options for outdoor adventures: alpine hiking, river trips, boating, cycling, camping, national parks, fishing, etc. This is a wonderful welcoming community for the individual or family looking for a new adventure. 

Contact Brad Clark, Medical Staff Recruiter (907) 452-8251 x3079

Medical Director -South East Alaska Regional Health Consortium, Sitka Alaska

B.E. Smith is partnering with Southeast Alaska Health Consortium, a non-profit health consortium comprised of Mt. Edgecumbe Hospital and Juneau Medical Center, in the recruitment of their next Medical Director.

The Medical Director will utilize excellence leadership, organizational and critical thinking while supervising the overall clinical direction of Mt. Edgecumbe Hospital (MEH). In partnership with the Hospital Administrator, the Medical Director will work to create an environment of excellent clinical quality, culturally appropriate medical services and exceptional patient satisfaction. Along with administrative roles, the Medical Director will provide outpatient and inpatient medical care services at Mt. Edgecumbe Hospital. In collaboration with the SEARHC leadership team and the medical staff, the Medical Director will develop and implement initiatives, programs and plans to achieve clinical, operating and financial success. The ideal candidate will have a minimum of five years’ experience and success leading a medical staff. Must be licensed to practice medicine and be eligible for licensure in the state of Alaska. Southeast Alaska Health Consortium (SEARHC) is a non-profit tribal health consortium of 18 Native communities which serves the health interests of the Tlingit, Haida, Tsimshian, and other Native people of Southeast Alaska. Comprised of Mt. Edgecumbe Hospital, the Ethel Lund Medical Center and outlying clinics, SEARHC is a Joint Commission accredited healthcare organization. Mt. Edgecumbe Hospital (MEH) provides 25-bed acute care, critical care, obstetrics, perioperative and inpatient mental health care to the community. The hospital serves as a regional referral center for people throughout Southeast Alaska, and provides primary outpatient care.

The community of Sitka, Alaska, situated next to the Pacific Ocean on Baranof Island, is a picturesque city boasting a mild, oceanic climate, a bevy of cultural and historical attractions and a thriving art scene .Recently Sitka was named one of the “Top 20 small Towns to Visit” by Smithsonian Magazine. With views of island-studded waters and stately spruce forests reaching to the water’s edge, Sitka is  considered Alaska’s most beautiful seaside town .An outdoor enthusiast’s paradise, Sitka residents enjoy boating, fishing, hiking, hunting and an array of other recreational activities.

Please contact Crystal Rogers- Marsh, Talent Consultant, Senior Executive Search  BESmith  913-752-4518

Talent Consultant
B.E. Smith
8801 Renner Ave
Lenexa, KS 6621

Family Medicine Careers in serene Ketchikan, Alaska! We are looking for both full-time and relief providers. Be a part of our hospital and enjoy our $60 million hospital renovation project.

Love the outdoors?  Looking for an opportunity with incredible work/life balance?  You’re in luck! Come join this special team of providers who will treat you like family.  Here’s why you need to experience Ketchikan, Alaska:

  • Housing with world class views!  No matter where you live here the views are sure to be extraordinary. 
  • The people of Ketchikan are warm, engaging, and welcoming.  Those who are new to Ketchikan are amazed at how easy it is to get involved in the community, and how quickly they feel connected to the area! 
  • Great school system!  The city offers educational alternatives with two charter schools and an alternative high school.  The island is also home to the University of Alaska Southeast campus. 
  • It’s the "Salmon Capital of the World."  Huge runs of salmon migrate from the ocean to the local waters.  Come experience world class fishing and catch a 30lb King Salmon on your lunch break!
  • Enjoy incredible seafood cuisine:  Not only is the salmon fresh, restaurants serve up some of the best halibut, crab, shrimp, oysters and clams- all of which are locally sourced. 
  • Kayak the local waters and enjoy some of the most scenic views in the world.  Don’t forget to make your way to the seven state parks on the island, too!
  • Arts and Culture: Home to a diverse population of artists that capture Alaska’s beauty and cultural attributes.  You’ll also find frequent theater and musical performances all year long!

Practice & Hospital Highlights:

  • Group includes 5 physicians, one NP, nurse care coordinators, social workers and other support staff.  The hospital includes 25 physicians and advance practice clinicians.
  • Practice at other remote sites including Craig, Wrangell and Sitka, Alaska.
  • All outpatient, but there is an opportunity for inpatient work if desired.
  • Ideal opportunity for those who want to practice rural medicine.
  • Named one of the top critical access hospitals in the U.S.
  • Exemplary performance in multiple areas including surgical care, pneumonia, heart failure and more

What We Offer:

  • Compensation up to MGMA 75%
  • Up to $100,000 in loan forgiveness (for those who qualify)
  • The medical center is located directly on the water which provide incredible views

For more information about this or other Ketchikan careers, contact:

Danny Keo, Provider Recruiter


For all other PeaceHealth Careers, visit us at

PeaceHealth, based in Vancouver, Washington, is a not-for-profit Catholic health system offering care to communities in Washington, Oregon, and Alaska. PeaceHealth has approximately 16,000 caregivers, a multi-specialty medical group practice with more than 800 physicians and providers, a comprehensive laboratory system, and ten medical centers serving both urban and rural communities throughout the Northwest. In 1890, Sisters of St. Joseph of Peace founded what has become PeaceHealth. Today, PeaceHealth is the legacy of its founding Sisters and continues to serve communities when invited to do so with a spirit of collaboration and stewardship. This is The Spirit of Health—The Spirit of PeaceHealth.

PeaceHealth is an EEO Affirmative Action Race/Sex/Sexual Orientation/Gender Identity/National Origin/Veteran/Disability Employer.

Family Practice Opportunity in Fairbanks

TVC offers a competitive salary, benefit programs, malpractice coverage, CME, sign-on-bonus and more.

Tanana Valley Clinic (TVC) has served the Fairbanks area for more than half a century. Owned by the people of Fairbanks through the Greater Fairbanks Community Hospital Foundation, we are operated by nonprofit Banner Health. TVC is a hospital affiliated multi-specialty group with over 60 providers whose specialties include critical care, hospital medicine, pediatrics, family practice, urgent care, OB/GYN, internal medicine, cardiology, vascular surgery, sleep medicine, diabetes, dermatology, and general surgery. TVC has a great group of physicians, many who’ve been with TVC for over 20 years.

Fairbanks is Alaska’s second largest city with a total service area population over 100,000. A university community with strong arts, music and culture, good schools and unlimited access to wilderness and adventure

Email: paul.allan@bannerhealthcom 

Family Medicine Physician wanted to join our team to Save Lives and Stomp out Disease in our busy family Medicine/Sports Medicine clinic in beautiful Anchorage, Alaska. Qualifications include:

  • The people skills of Dale Carnegie
  • The memory of an elephant
  • Awesome computer skills
  • Impressive organizational skills
  • Self-motivation
  • Team player skills
  • A great sense of humor
  • Ability to think like an athlete
  • Motivation skills to inspire patients to improve their own health
  • M.D. or D.O. from an accredited medical school with Board certification in Family Medicine
  • Alaska State Medical License or Eligible for Alaska State Medical License
  • Current DEA certification
  • Current CPR certification

Competitive salary DOE and generous benefit package. Schedule is Monday through Friday with light call about every 12th weekend (outpatient only no hospital)

Please send cover letter, curriculum vitae and references to Janice Orzechowski at or fax to (907) 563-0100.


Cherish Health Clinic, affiliated with Creekside Family Health Clinic, Inc., is available beginning July 1st, 2016.  For free.  The clinic is independently owned, financially thriving, licensed, branded, credentialed and includes all medical and office equipment, supplies, lease, medical support staff, billing system, EHR, and scheduling software.  This is a rare, truly turn-key opportunity for self-employment with no money down.  The clinic owner would set their own schedule, scope of practice and patient panel.  Alaska generally enjoys higher than national average insurance reimbursements.  What's the catch?  Not much, really.  Creekside Clinic would expect a negotiated share of collections in exchange for use of the facility, staff and billing and scheduling services.  In addition, the candidate will be licensed in the State of Alaska as either an NP or MD, have national board certification, malpractice insurance, and would demonstrate the interest and willingness to form a cooperative and supportive relationship with the Creekside facility and its staff consistent with the clinic's values of exceptional customer service.

Southeast Alaska can be an ideal location for medical practice.  The clinic is located in the remote, full-service, urban island community of Ketchikan, Alaska (pop 14,000) in the heart of the Tongass National Forest (the nation's largest).  It is located 90 minutes north of Seattle via daily service on Alaska Airlines.  Ketchikan has been consistently recognized as one of America's best visual and performing  arts communities which contributes to its high quality of  life overall.  In addition, residents enjoy a range of outdoor activities including hunting, fishing, hiking, kayaking and marine sports. Ketchikan is also home to Peace Health Ketchikan Medical Center, a full-service medical  facility, which also provides a range of specialty clinics.

For more information, contact John Hill, Creekside Clinic Manager at (907) 220-7255 or submit additional inquires to

Creekside Family Health Clinic, Inc.

320 Bawden Street, Suite 313

Ketchikan, Alaska 99901

Phone: (907) 220-9982

Fax: (907) 220-9972



SVT Health & Wellness in Homer, AK is seeking a Family Medicine physician to join our team as our Medical Director. Come live in a town nestled between the peaks of the Kenai Mountains and beautiful Kachemak Bay in the halibut fishing capital of the world. Located about 45 minutes by air or four hours by car south of Anchorage, Homer offers many outdoor activities for the active lifestyle: fishing, hiking, kayaking, camping, clam-digging, and boating.

SVT Health & Wellness operates as a community health center and tribal clinic. The SVT Health Wing, established in 2001, offers primary and preventative health care. The SVT Wellness Wing, which opened in January 2012, focuses on the well-being of the whole person. Both departments are on the same campus and integrate traditional health care with complementary medicine. SVT Health & Wellness also operates satellite clinics in both Anchor Point and Seldovia.

We offer a competitive salary and generous benefit package, and loan repayment options may be available through Indian Health Service (IHS), National Health Service Corps (NHSC), or Alaska's Supporting Health Care Access Through Loan Repayment Program (SHARP).

Schedule Monday through Friday / No Call
M.D. or D.O., from accredited medical school.
Unrestricted U.S. License
Eligible for Alaska State Medical License

To Apply: Send CV to

For Full Job & Clinic Description see

Questions? Call Roberta Collier at (907) 435-3267


Position:  Physician Assistant – Certified

Organization:  Summit Family Practice, LLC.

Location:  Palmer, Alaska (may occasionally cover shifts in Anchorage).  The Palmer location is open 7 days a week and provides walk-in acute care as well as scheduled appointments for acute and primary care.

Hours:  Fulltime; 4 days per week, 10 hours per day.  Rotating weekend work with other providers.

Employment Benefits:  Competitive salary – DOE.  Generous paid leave accrual policy to include vacation time, sick time, six paid holidays, one personal day, and paid time to meet CME requirements as well as a CME monetary allowance for continuing education expenses.  Full benefit package including medical, dental, 401k, medical malpractice insurance.

About SFP:  Summit Family Practice is a team of health care professionals dedicated to providing health guidance to people of all ages.  Our two locations in Anchorage and Palmer provide family medicine and urgent care services.  We accept all major insurance, including Medicaid and Medicare.  The Anchorage office is open Monday through Friday, 7:30am – 5:00pm.  The Palmer office is open seven days a week, 9:00am – 7:00pm.

About Our Ideal Candidate:  We are looking for a dynamic and caring Physician Assistant to join our team in Palmer.  Job duties include:

·         Conducting physical exams, assessing health status, ordering and interpreting tests, prescribing medications, and treating illnesses and injuries including giving injections and suturing wounds.

·         Consulting with physicians as needed and referring to physicians for more complicated medical cases or cases that are not a routine part of a PA’s scope of work.

·         Monitoring therapies and providing continuity of care.

·         Responding to emergencies including use of CPR.

·         Counselling patient/family on preventive health care.

·         Documenting patient information and care in electronic medical record.

Minimum Qualifications:

·         Bachelor’s degree

·         Current Alaska PA license

·         National Certification from the National Commission on Certification of PAs

·         One year of experience as a PA, preferably in a clinic setting

·         Current CPR certification

·         Current DEA certification

·         Must be able to pass employment background check

To Apply:  Send CV and three professional references to Kerre Shelton, Practice Administrator, at


Epoch Health represents the next evolution in comprehensive healthcare specifically designed for men. Our practice utilizes a masculine, state-of-the-art clinical approach designed to accurately and efficiently analyze symptoms common to men.  Our goal is to pair those symptoms with appropriate medical treatments, regular proactive health screenings and lifestyle modifications that return men to a healthier, happier state and significantly enhance their quality of life.  Epoch Health is a clinical industry trend setter in efficient, concierge and professional male care.  We are Epoch Health. Men's Healthcare. Evolved.

Epoch Men’s Health is seeking a Physician for our new clinic opening in Anchorage.
No specialized training is required.

At Epoch Men’s Health Our Physicians enjoy a predictable work schedule with no nights or weekends and do not take call.

Epoch Men’s Health offers competitive salary, benefits package, and an attractive bonus program that rewards positive performance.

Visit our web site to learn more or to apply
or contact
Joy Park at

Adult Family Practice Physician Sought for Alaska Senior Health Clinic in Anchorage, AK

Alaska Regional Senior Health Clinic is a well-established Primary Care and Geriatric practice in Anchorage, AK is looking to add an additional BCBE FP or IM provider to help with the continued growth of their robust practice with a primary focus on Medicare patients. The practice has been in existence for several years, building during that time a great reputation for excellence and a stable environment to build up a practice rapidly. This is an employed practice opportunity with the Alaska Regional Medical Group which provides a competitive salary, benefits, and malpractice coverage. Call is shared with other members of the practice, traditional schedule M-F 8-5 with the immediate need to add an additional provider. The practice has onsite X-ray, Lab, and can handle most minor procedures. Compensation and benefits are competitive with a natural setting that is hard to beat.

For additional information or to apply please forward CV to Eric Rose at or call 801-568-5932

Health care with a heart
Family Medicine Opportunity, Fairbanks, AK

This position is full- or part-time and provides outpatient comprehensive coordinated primary health care services to an ethnically diverse patient population.


Physician licensed to practice in the State of Alaska; Board Certified in Family Medicine.  
Current certification in BLS.


Graduation from residency program; currently practicing Family Practice with prenatal care. 
The Interior Community Health Center is a small mission driven health center that is committed to providing quality health care with a heart.  Additionally, ICHC values staff and patient satisfaction and attaining high patient outcomes.  ICHC provides medical, dental and integrated behavioral health services to all community members including those with limited income, the uninsured and those who are fully insured.  ICHC is nationally recognized as a Level 3 Patient Centered Medical Home by the NCQA, the highest level achievable. 

Fairbanks is a welcoming community for families or singles with seemingly unendless activities such as hiking, camping, fishing, hunting, cross-country skiing, trails, canoeing, boating; spectator sports; various church denominations; and art and cultural events. 

We offer competitive salary and benefits including full malpractice coverage, 45 paid days off, CE, signing bonus, health, dental and vision insurance, and more.

For more information please contact Amy Baldwin at or 907-455-4567.

Health care with a heart.

Northwest Medical - Providing Quality Healthcare For Over 50 Years

We are seeking an Alaskan licensed family physician to work part or full time in the outpatient clinic. We are a broad spectrum clinic with sports and prevention focus, no OB. On call every 12th weekend with the hospitals and coverage The clinic has a full time DO and ANP, digital x-ray, lab and two procedure rooms with dermatology, orthopedic and endoscopic equipment. Additionally, we have an ultrasound for those adept at its use and located in building A suite 22 of the Alaska Regional Hospital Campus. If interested please call Dr. Cates at 229-7681 or office phone number is 276-6301, fax resume to 276-6302.


We are seeking an Alaskan licensed family physician to work part or full time in the outpatient clinic. We are a broad spectrum clinic with sports and prevention focus, no OB. On call every 12th weekend with the hospitals and coverage The clinic has a full time DO and ANP, digital x-ray, lab and two procedure rooms with dermatology, orthopedic and endoscopic equipment. Additionally, we have an ultrasound for those adept at its use and located in building A suite 22 of the Alaska Regional Hospital Campus. If interested please call Dr. Cates at 229-7681 or office phone number is 276-6301, fax resume to 276-6302.

Family Medicine at its best! Are you finishing residency and looking for a place to start your medical career? Or are you an experienced physician who misses the rewards of traditional primary care?

Maniilaq Health Center in Kotzebue, Alaska is looking for full-time, BC/BE Family Medicine Physicians who have a sense of adventure and a desire to practice primary care medicine. We are a tribally-owned, JC-accredited, Critical Access Hospital with 17 inpatient beds, a 5-bed ER, two L&D rooms, and an Outpatient Clinic.

We provide strong support for our Medical Staff with our in-house Pharmacy, Radiology Department, and our Medical Laboratory. We also have a busy Dental Department, an Eye Clinic and a Physical Therapist.

We use telemedicine to provide daily medical care to eleven outlying villages. With no roads between our communities, providers have the opportunity fly to their assigned villages for regularly scheduled field clinics.

Specialty consultations are available by telephone 24/7 through Alaska Native Medical Center in Anchorage, which also provides medical providers for our Specialty Field Clinics in Kotzebue.

Compensation is based on the provider’s experience and versatility. Among our benefits are a moving expense allowance, a sign on bonus, generous CME allowances, paid vacation, paid holidays and a retirement program. Several outside organizations provide educational loan repayment. Our ER and OB call are shared.

But there is more! Not only will you have a rewarding, meaningful and varied medical practice, you will live above the Arctic Circle. You will have an opportunity to discover Inupiat culture and experience life on the tundra. Summer’s midnight sun brings long daylight hours for boating, picnics on the beach, bird watching, and picking the sweetest berries you can imagine. Winter in Northwest Alaska brings lots of snow with abundant opportunities for snowmobiling, hunting and dog mushing and ice fishing. You will also discover long, cold, starry nights and the amazing aurora borealis.

BENEFITS INCLUDE:  Relocation, sign-on and retention bonuses, free medical, dental, vision, life insurance, short-term disability and retirement for employee, IHS, NHSC and Alaska State loan repayment site, CEU/CME/CDE allowance and paid days, hospital housing available for rent, 30 days accrued leave in first year, 11 paid holidays, leave cash out option, no State Income Tax, Alaska’s Permanent Fund Dividend, employee gym and saunas, close knit community, 5 minute commute/walk to work, endless year-round outdoor activities and ways to enjoy the beauty of Alaska, and more!


Contact our Professional Recruiter with any questions at tiffany.west@maniilaq.orgor (206-) 304-4552


Peninsula Community Health Services (PCHS) is dedicated to providing comprehensive health care through the provision of behavioral, dental, medical, and support services for the people of the Kenai Peninsula.  We are a community health center located in a newly constructed 30,000 square foot facility in Soldotna, Alaska.  We are seeking a Board Certified Family Physician or Board Certified Internist to join our team of three physicians and three midlevel providers.

Soldotna is a community of approximately 4500 with surrounding areas serving nearly 34,000 people on the banks of the world-famous Kenai River, home of the world record King Salmon.  Close to the shores of Cook Inlet, with beautiful views of the Alaska Range, the Kenai-Soldotna area has limitless recreational opportunities, wonderful education in local schools, and a friendly small-town atmosphere with all the amenities.

Our nearby 40-bed community hospital employs multiple specialists with whom to coordinate care, including: neurology, orthopedics, pediatrics, OB/Gyn, urology, general surgery and pain management.  Light 1 week in 5 call schedule for pediatric patients.  Adult patients covered by local hospitalist program.  Care teams with provider support and case management.

Come discover professional satisfaction with beauty outside your door!


1.       M.D. or D.O., from accredited medical school.
Unrestricted U.S. License
Eligible for Alaska State Medical License

Contact:  Patty Eissler, Director, Human Resources,, 907-260-5017  Visit us at

Family Medicine Opportunities in Alaska!
Southcentral Foundation is the largest Alaska Native owned healthcare system in the state. Our award-winning model of care is based on our belief that the journey to wellness is responsibility shared between patient and provider.
Why work for Southcentral Foundation?
Our benefits are designed around your health and wellness. We offer one hour per week of paid wellness leave, on-site fitness and daycare facilities, competitive salary packages, and much more!
Our clinical team environment is one of the most robust in the country. Our data-driven, non RVU approach means that compensation is salary-based: encouraging a practice focused on wellness, not quantity.
Our integrated and accessible approach to care makes your job easier. Our clinics coordinate patient care with integrated care teams that have access to specialties in multiple disciplines.
Southcentral Foundation Primary Care

Clinical Setting:
Work Monday through Friday, one evening a week and an occasional Saturday
No call
No RVU’s
No insurance constraints on patients
Patient panels of approximately 1200
NUKA Model of Care –work on team with a full-time RN Case Manager and Certified Medical Assistant and Case Management Support Staff.
PA's, NP's cover for your panel of patient when you are out of the office or on vacation
Integrated into system: health educators, nutritionists, social workers, OB/GYN's, Certified Nurse Midwives, Pediatricians, Internists, pharmacists, home health, Psychiatrists, behaviorists, and many other medical specialties
Integrated model includes complementary health providers, easy access to specialists
75th to 95th percentile in most HEDIS measures
Electronic health care records (CERNER)
Paperwork, billing, and administrative hassles all taken care of by others.


Unique retention bonus program
Sign on bonus
Relocation assistance
Enhanced leave program
One hour per week of paid wellness leave
Benefits include appx. 5.2 - 6.5 weeks of leave, an additional week of paid CME (+ a stipend towards CME), plus 12 paid holidays
Full insurance coverage – malpractice coverage, health, life, short and long term disability - and subsidized health insurance for family
Employer match 401K retirement fund, and we will reimburse your AK state medical license fee.
New, modern, innovative facilities, computers, and other state of the art equipment
Innovative practice system featured on front page of New York Times, JAMA, BMJ and others. Clinical quality improvement team. Practice management data monthly. - We currently employ 18 Family Physicians, 18 pediatricians, 10 OB/GYN's and 6 Psychiatrists and our clinic is growing

Anchorage – city of 330,000, the largest city in Alaska
Lots of cultural activities-a performing arts center that hosts national and regional troops, the Anchorage Museum of Natural History and the Alaska Native Heritage Center
Fantastic restaurants, and a diverse music and arts community
Hundreds of kilometers of groomed, interconnected cross country ski trails in town are lit at night, by artificial light and the incredible moonlight reflecting off of the snow and these trails are perfect for running and biking in the summer.
Great public schools, good community, incredible outdoor activity opportunities
Alaska is known as the land of the midnight sun as we bask in 19.5 hours of daylight on summer solstice. Our summer temperatures reach into the mid to upper 70’s and the landscape transforms into green trees and flower blossoms. On winter solstice, we enjoy beautiful sunrises and sunsets over beautiful snowcapped mountains and darkness brings the possibility of breathtaking displays of the northern lights
Matanuska Valley – Wasilla Population, 8,365. Mat-Su Borough Population, 96,074 ...largest growing area in Alaska
Cost effective housing and low tax structure
Small town feel, with larger city only 45 minutes away
Home of the Iditarod Sled Dog race, numerous winter and summer recreational opportunities including fishing, boating, snow machining, cross country skiing, wildlife viewing, and sled dog racing. Wasilla embodies the small-town values of family, community, and caring for neighbors. The active population enjoys affordable land and housing, unparalleled recreation, and a thriving economy
Many of our providers live in Eagle River AK, 25 minutes from the clinic, and 20 minutes from Anchorage-pop 300,000
Alaska is known as the land of the midnight sun as we bask in 19.5 hours of daylight on summer solstice. Our summer temperatures reach into the mid to upper 70’s and the landscape transforms into green trees and flower blossoms. On winter solstice, we enjoy beautiful sunrises and sunsets over beautiful snowcapped mountains and darkness brings the possibility of breathtaking displays of the northern lights. Great public schools, good community, incredible outdoor activity:

Please contact Tess Johnson for more information and to apply today at
Southcentral Foundation
4501 Diplomacy Drive Anchorage, AK 99508
(907) 729-5011
(888) 700-6966 x 2
(907) 729-4978 fax

Petersburg, Alaska

Petersburg Medical Center is seeking a FP to fill out the complement of its four physician family practice.  This is an opportunity to provide family practice services (without OB deliveries) in a truly unique and picturesque Alaska setting.”
Petersburg Medical Center is a community run, non-profit Family Practice clinic. In addition, the Petersburg Medical Center is a Critical Assess Hospital, combining acute care, long-term care, outpatient services and home care. Physicians receive excellent salary and benefits including generous retirement, six weeks of combined vacation/CME, and a four-day workweek.
Located in Southeast Alaska, Petersburg is an island community of 3,250 permanent residents with an additional 500-600 seasonal workers in the summertime.  Petersburg enjoys a stable economy based on commercial fishing and the Medical Center receives strong community support.
Petersburg is a safe, child-friendly community with excellent schools and recreation facilities including parks, a community gym and a new aquatic center. Outdoor opportunities abound in the breathtaking surroundings of this protected archipelago fringed by towering coastal mountains and include hiking, kayaking, whale watching, skiing, hunting and premier fishing
For more information, contact Cindy Newman at 907-772-4291 x156,

Well Established Medical Practice on beautiful Kenai Peninsula in Alaska looking for Family Medicine Doctor with an emphasis in Female Care and interest in Functional Medicine. If you are looking for a fulfilling, well-paying, steady career in a location central to the most amazing sights Alaska has to offer, than this is where you belong! This position requires no call, and you’ll work a typical 40 hour work week with no work on Sundays. We provide scribes so that as you are finished seeing your patient, you are also finished with your notes, eliminating hours of charts in the evening.

We are a preventive minded family practice and urgent care clinic that has made some tremendous moves towards functional medicine. The more we learn and implement, the more our patients love the care we provide them. There is a large demand for more female care on the Peninsula, as two of the main female care practitioners have left or are leaving the area. It is our desire to fill that need for our patients. As you join our practice, you will already have a fairly established patient base, as well as receive referrals from our four other practitioners.

This position offers a high minimum guarantee and great opportunity to earn supplemental income. Physician Compensation is very attractive. As most practices have struggled over the past few years, ours has experienced amazing growth, and a great part of that success has to do with leadership and our push toward preventive care. The MediCenter has been open for 19 years, and with our push toward Functional Medicine, its best years are sure to come.

The Kenai Peninsula is usually referred to as “The Banana Belt” of Alaska. While we would be naďve to think that you can actually grow bananas in Alaska, the climate stays relatively moderate due to the protected waters of Cook Inlet on one side and Prince William Sound on the other,; which creates a beautiful habitat for wildlife and humans alike. The Kenai Peninsula is world renowned for its scenic mountains, rivers, lakes and beaches. When you see it for yourself, you will cease to wonder how the relatively short drive from Anchorage to Kenai is voted in the top ten most scenic drives of the United States. And, of course, there is the fishing, hiking, camping, and all other outdoor recreation that many tourists come up to experience. What most people don’t realize, is that while still keeping a small town feel, Kenai and its sister town, Soldotna, have experienced a good amount of growth, giving you many of the amenities and entertainment provided in a larger, more metropolitan area as well. Also, Alaska offers financial and recreational opportunities beyond compare. There is no state income or sales tax; and each year every member in your family receives a  yearly dividend from oil revenues.

If you desire to learn more about the opportunity to join our Practice, please contact Scott Carlson, Administrator, at or (907) 394-9120. You can also view our website at

Scott Carlson
Clinic Administrator
10543 Kenai Spur Hwy
Kenai, AK  99611
(907) 394-9120


Practice in Beautiful Valdez, Alaska where the mountains meet the sea. 
The Valdez Medical Clinic is looking for either full time or part time family physician to join our group of four.  We have a full spectrum practice including OB, surgery, and endoscopy, though this is not required.  We can be creative and flexible with schedules and time off.   We have a close relationship with Providence Valdez Medical Center. 
Valdez is the home of the World Extreme Ski Championship and King of the Hill Snowboard championship  and world renowned backcountry skiing.   We also have world class fishing, hunting,  white water and sea kayaking, and sailing.  Located on Prince William Sound, Valdez is on the road system but rural.   Our great  tax base allows more municipal amenities than you would expect for a town of 4000 people.   We have great schools, a community college, a swimming pool,  a  theater, and groomed cross country trails.  This is a great place to raise kids. 

The Valdez Medical Clinic is a private practice that has been in existence for  33 years.    We are offering a sign up bonus of $30,000  and competitive salary  and are also looking for Locum Tenens physicians.  We can be open to creative scheduling. Please call Cindy at (907) 835 2852 or email John Cullen MD at

Hillside Family Medicine, LLC


Hillside Family Medicine is a well-known Family Practice located in South Anchorage.  We are looking for an experienced and energetic individual to join the team as a medical provider.  This is a long term employment opportunity with a preferable full-time position available.  Part-time positions will also be considered.


Required Qualifications:

** Alaska State Medical License or Eligible for Alaska State Medical License

** Initial Board Certification

** Current Certification by the National Board of Physicians and Surgeons (NBPAS) or Current American

     Board Medical Specialties (ABMS)

** Current DEA Certification

** Current BLS/CPR Certification


Excellent benefit package for full-time employees including:

** Competitive Salary
** Paid Time Off
** Medical/Vision Insurance – Individual & Family

** Long Term Disability and Life Insurance
** Profit Sharing and 401k
** Health Club benefit

** Malpractice Coverage

** CME Benefits

** Flexible Schedule, not less than 32 hours per work week

Candidates should possess excellent customer service skills, have an energetic, upbeat personality, and need to be able to work some evenings and Saturdays.


Hours of Operation are as follows:

Monday - 8am-6pm

Tuesday - 8am-8pm

Wednesday - 8am-6pm

Thursday - 8am-8pm

Friday - 8am-4pm

Saturday - 8am-4pm

Closed Daily from 12pm-1pm for Lunch

For more information about our clinic, please visit our website at

Please fax, email or hand-deliver your CV to:
Hillside Family Medicine
9220 Lake Otis Pkwy, Suite 9
Anchorage, Alaska 99507
Attn: Practice Manager
Fax: (907) 344-0214

E-mail: or


Family Physician for  Outpatient Clinic, ER, or Hospital at Yukon Kuskokwim Health Corporation; Bethel, Alaska

Meaningful work experience 

Leave behind traditional lower 48 practice and come gain a large, dedicated multidisciplinary medical staff who feel privileged to live in and care for a native Alaskan community rich in tradition and culture. Share the excitement and challenges of providing care to 27,000 people in 48 villages scattered throughout a region similar in size to the state of Oregon. Help Village Health Aides, subregional clinic midlevels, and aeromedical teams extend health care to remote communities.

Eligibility for Loan Repayment up to $20,000.00 per year for IHS and up to $25,000 per year with the NHSC

This region is designated an underserved region and the Indian Health Services (IHS) and the NHSC has loan repayment programs available. Loan repayment is not guaranteed with offer of employment, as all employees must apply directly through the applicable organization.

Benefits & Compensation

 Full-time employee benefits include: PTO (paid time off) of 4.5 weeks per year for the first three years, 5.5 weeks for the next three years, and 7.5 weeks after six years of continuous employment. $5,000.00 and 10 days are available for CME/CE. Tort Claims (no tail) malpractice coverage. Ten holidays per year. You manage the care. YKHC provides exceptional healthcare coverage with low co-pays, outstanding retirement plan, and competitive relocation allowance.

SALARY:  $161,489 - $201,861/YR:   LOCUMS Salary:  $967.50 - $1075/10 hr. shift 

$15,000 Signing Bonus + Annual Retention Bonus

General Clinical Practice Description

Full spectrum, hospital-based regional health care system with 50 beds, Level IV Trauma Center; routine and surgical OB; family practice, pediatric and specialty clinics, as well as dental, optometry, physical therapy providers. Regional medical care is supported by full spectrum lab services, 24-hour teleradiology, telemedicine, specialty consultations, and medevac services. Family Medicine Practice Description: Full spectrum, cradle to grave, family medicine services. Care for acute and chronically ill adults, well and sick children, and complete pregnancy care. Patient panels range from 1500-2000 village and Bethel patients. No call. Opportunity to work additional hours in ER or as a hospitalist.

Medical student and resident rotation availability

YKHC offers the opportunity to work in the clinic, ER, inpatient, OB, in remote villages and on Medevacs, to use all your abilities caring for a generous population that truly appreciates your efforts. Many of us who work here today were first introduced to YK as residents or students. Requirements include 3rd or 4th year medical student or 2nd or 3rd year resident, memorandum of agreement between us and your training program, letter of good standing from your school/program, copy of current Alaska resident license (residents), and a copy of current immunization status. Please contact Marcia Haggerty, MD at 907-543-6179 or email for availability and questions about the rotation.


Ida Charles;  Telephone:  800-478-8905, extension # 4 or by e-mail at: or Barbara Estes;  telephone: 888-646-1316, 812-656-8020 or by e-mail at:

Please check out our website at for further information.

Juneau, Alaska - SEARHC (Southeast Alaska Regional Health Consortium)

Make a difference providing care to the Alaska Native/Native American community in Juneau. Full time family practice physician to join our group of 8 family physicians, 1 pediatrician, 1 psychiatrist and 4 midlevels.

The family physicians primarily provide continuity outpatient care, also provide inpatient care and OB (at Bartlett Regional Hospital). Call is only 1:8, with the midlevels taking routine phone calls on weeknights.

Our clinic provides comprehensive care, including pharmacy, lab, radiology (xray, ultrasound and mammography), optometry, physical therapy, behavioral health/substance abuse counselors, social work, RN case managers, diabetes nurse, clinical dietitian and a dental clinic. For more information, see

We offer an excellent salary and full benefits including CME, full malpractice coverage (no tail), moving allowance, and a retirement plan.

Juneau is the state capitol, with a population of 30,000. We have unlimited outdoor recreation and Juneau is a great community to raise a family.

For more information, please contact Janice Sheufelt, MD at (907) 463-4057 or


Family Practice Opportunity in Fairbanks

Tanana Valley Clinic, a 43 provider multi-specialty clinic in Fairbanks, Alaska has an excellent opportunity for a BC/BE family practitioner with/without OB. Excellent call schedule of 1:9 and a Monday-Friday office schedule. We have provided comprehensive medical and surgical care to the Fairbanks community since 1959 and have a supporting staff of over 250 employees.

Fairbanks, a family friendly community, is located in the Tanana Valley surrounded by spectacular mountains and unlimited wilderness.  Fairbanks also offers an excellent educational environment with a major university, a variety of public and private schools, vast cultural opportunities plus exceptional outdoor recreational activities.

Come join our team of healthcare providers!

TVC offers a competitive salary, benefit programs, sick & vacation pay, malpractice coverage, CME, sign-on-bonus and more.

Call (907) 459-3500 ext 2431/2271 for information.

Fax CV and cover letter to (907) 459-3532 or

Email: or

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