Primary Care Physician (NYC Health + Hospitals Neighborhood Clinics)
Brooklyn, New York
Loan Repayment Full Time BE Or BC New Grad Bilingual COVID-19
Seeking a board-eligible/board-certified Internal Medicine or Family Medicine primary care physician to join the NYC Health + Hospitals/Williamsburg in Brooklyn. These clinics provide access to healthcare for all New Yorkers, regardless of citizenship or healthcare status, through New York's NYC Care program. Be a part of healthcare history and live in a charming borough just a train ride away from Manhattan.
Loan forgiveness options available
New York City retirement benefits
Generous PTO, including 11 paid holidays
Hospital- and community-based positions available
Access to multiple physician specialties
Monday to Friday schedule, some weekends as needed
Multilingual is a plus
New graduates/residents welcome to apply
Where You'll Work
Be at the frontier of universal healthcare with NYC Health + Hospitals, which is increasing access to its neighborhood health clinics in conjunction with New York's ground-breaking NYC Care program. NYC Care connects all New Yorkers who are ineligible for health insurance, including undocumented residents and those who cannot afford insurance, to reliable care. These outpatient, neighborhood-based primary care clinics are operated by NYC Health + Hospitals.
Where You'll Live
Brooklyn, the most populous of New York City's five boroughs, is on the western end of Long Island, connected to Manhattan by the iconic Brooklyn Bridge. Known for attractions such as Coney Island and Prospect Park, Brooklyn is also home to great restaurants, lively music and upscale shopping. In addition to a hip, urban culture, you'll discover quiet neighborhoods lined with mature trees and the borough's iconic brownstones.
Who You'll Work For
NYC Health + Hospitals is the largest public health care system in the United States, providing essential inpatient, outpatient and home-based services to over one million New Yorkers every year in more than 70 locations, both community- and hospital-based, across the city's five boroughs. With 11 acute-care hospitals, five long-term care facilities and a network of primary care clinics, its diverse workforce empowers New Yorkers, without exception, to live the healthiest life possible.
Equal Opportunity Employer including disability/veteran