Obstetrics & Gynecology
Monadnock Community Hospital is seeking an OB/GYN. This is a permanent assignment.
- General OB/GYN procedures
- No fetal high-risk
- Only delivery babies beyond 35 weeks
- Brand new birthing suites–OB floor renovated in 2015
- 24 hour Anesthesia available
- 6 person team of pediatricians available when
- Dartmouth is utilized for tertiary care and they have a
- Dartmouth students do visit for training
- EMR: Quest Quanam – friendly and easy to interface
- 4 days in the office per week
- 10 nights of call monthly from home
- Weekend work rotated within the team. Last weekend
had 4 deliveries
- “We work hard but have a great team and are verify
family oriented” The partners work together to catch
as much family time as possible.
- Partnership available
- Position available now & 2019 Graduates welcomed
About Monadnock Community Hospital:
The major strength of MCH is found in the ability of our physicians and staff to offer extensive services utilizing state-of-the-art technology, while maintaining the personalized care of a community hospital. MCH is a 25-bed Critical Access Hospital offering Medical, Surgical and Intensive Care; Obstetrics; Pediatrics; and Mental Health services. In addition, a wide variety of outpatient services are available, including Pulmonary, Cardiac and Physical Rehabilitation; 24-hour Emergency Care; a fully equipped laboratory; and an extensive Radiology department. MCH is blessed with strong leadership and a dedicated community that allows us to meet the ever-changing requirements of today's healthcare environment. As that environment changes, MCH is also committed to changing and providing the communities we serve with appropriate and innovative programs.
About the community:
Monadnock Community Hospital (MCH), located in the beautiful Monadnock region of Southern New Hampshire.
Like the rest of New Hampshire and the Monadnock region, tourism is the third largest industry. The town's outdoor amenities include hiking trails, wild flowers, cross-country skiing, kayaking, cycling and small lakes for swimming, sailing, fishing and ice-skating. It is a popular bird-watching area, one of two sites of the NH Audubon autumn migratory raptor count. Incorporated: 1760
Origin: This territory was chartered in 1737 by the Massachusetts legislature, and the first settlers arrived in 1739. The township was probably named from Charles Mordaunt, third Earl of Peterborough. Peterborough was incorporated in 1760 by Governor Benning Wentworth, with continuance for two years only. The incorporation was renewed in 1762, to continue until disallowed by the King. Peterborough had the first free public library supported by taxation, and the first mill in the state that wove cloth mechanically. It is home to the MacDowell Colony, a retreat for writers, artists, and composers. Guests have included Edward Arlington Robinson, Leonard Bernstein, and Thornton Wilder, whose play Our Town was inspired by Peterborough.