Guthrie is a not-for-profit, integrated health care system designed to offer patients a full spectrum of health services. Academics are a distinguishing characteristic of the Guthrie organization, which date back to 1901 when the School of Nursing was founded. The Donald Guthrie Research Foundation started in 1942 and with funds from the Emily Guthrie Estate the Guthrie Research Institute was formed in 1980. Guthrie's commitment to learning and education is demonstrated in its training programs, including the Internal Medicine Residency program in 1958, General Surgery Residency program in 1959, Family Practice Residency program in 1993, Cardiovascular Disease Fellowship program in 2009, Pulmonary Disease and Critical Care Medicine Fellowship program in 2018, Gastroenterology Fellowship program in 2018, Emergency Medicine Residency program in 2019, Anesthesiology Residency program in 2019 and the Orthopaedics Residency program in 2021.
In November 2015, Guthrie became the first health care organization based in Pennsylvania and New York to join the Mayo Clinic Care Network, a national network of healthcare providers committed to better serving patients and their families through collaboration. The formal agreement gives Guthrie access to the latest Mayo Clinic knowledge and promotes clinical collaboration that complements local expertise.
Today, one of the longest established group practices in the country, Guthrie has more than 365 primary and specialty care physicians and 300 advance practice practitioners and has more than 1,000,000 patient visits each year in 22 communities in Pennsylvania and New York. Guthrie’s commitment to its core values of patient centeredness, teamwork and excellence—the defining values upon which Guthrie Clinic was founded—remain robust and unchanging.
Guthrie Medical Group is seeking a Board-Certified Endocrinologist to lead and grow its busy, well-established practice. This leadership opportunity will also coincide with the launch of a new Endocrinology Fellowship starting 2023.
The Chief’s major duties and responsibilities include the following:
- Utilizing a proven track record of academic accomplishments and professional service to ensure the continuation and enhancement of Endocrinology at Guthrie.
- Sub-specialty programmatic support and growth
- Recruitment and retention of top-quality physicians who will contribute to the goals of the Division and Guthrie Clinic
- MD/DO with Board Certification
- Licensed or eligible for licensure in Pennsylvania and New York
Compensation is competitive and commensurate with experience. The salary range for this role is $325,000 - $375,000 with a generous benefits package.