Physician Jobs in Delaware

Delaware provides a unique environment in which to live and practice during your next physician assignment. The 2004 issue of 'Cities Ranked and Rated' lists Delaware as the 25th best place to live in America on this year’s list.  With an exceptionally large draw area, a physician can build an enormous patient base and be as busy as they want to be. Plus, your malpractice, travel, lodging and transportation costs will be covered during this physician job. If this sounds like a physician job you’d be interested in, register now, or read on to hear about your new community!

As the first state of the new Federal union, Delaware has a rich and fiercely proud history. Though small in size, it has played an important part in America’s history and the shaping of the nation as well as serving to key industries today. Since Delaware is located on the mid-Atlantic coast, it has a moderate climate year-round which makes it a great place to live, work and play during your next physician job.

There is a lot packed in to the 1,982 square miles of Delaware. You can escape to “Chateau Country” for the landscapes that inspired and made Andrew Wyeth famous. See the great blue heron and much other wildlife at the Bombay Hook Wildlife refuge, or take in the many historical sights like Old New Castle with its charming towns and cobble stone streets. For those seeking a hip and more vibrant scene, there are many downtown districts that are alive with many great restaurants, chic high-rise condos, cultural attractions, and clubs.

Come take a physician assignment in Delaware and the warmth, charm, and high quality of life of small city living, while being less than two hours from Philadelphia, Washington, D.C., and Baltimore.  Register Now!

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