Physician Career Listings

We appreciate your interest in Physician & Provider employment opportunities at Beverly Hospital and in the Beverly Hospital Community. If you have submitted your profile and/or CV on the Current Opportunities page, we will contact you promptly to discuss your background and our organization. If you'd like to connect with Physician Recruitment directly, please contact:

David Deluca
Senior Physician Recruiter
Ellen Sullivan
Physician Recruiter
Kate Schnabel
Senior Physician Recruiter
Rich Crosby
Senior Physician Recruiter

Current Openings for Providers

  • Primary Care Opportunities – Boston Area

    Join one of our Winchester Hospital and Lahey Health affiliated practices directly north of Boston. Winchester Hospital is a Truven Top 100 Hospital (one of the top 100 hospitals in the country) as are all of the Lahey Health hospitals and is also rated the top hospital to work for in the state. Our primary care opportunities are all open due to growth. Our practices are certified in Patient Centered Medical Home and are focused on patient care and quality. Winchester has the top rated ACO in the country. You will be fully supported in achieving your goals by outstanding staff and forward thinking administration. This is a highly functioning organization dedicated to providing a positive experience for patients, staff and physicians alike. 

    Rick Tolstrup
    Senior Physician Recruiter

  • OB-GYN Physician

    Join a thriving OB-GYN practice that is affiliated with Winchester Hospital, which is the first community hospital in Massachusetts to achieve Magnet Status, the highest achievement offered by the American Association of Nursing! Additionally, the Boston Business Journal named us one of the "50 Best Places to Work in Boston" for the past eight years. This year we have been named to Thompson & Reuters "Top 100 Hospitals in the US!"

    We do over 2000 births per year, which is the most for any community hospital north of Boston.

    This is a wonderful opportunity for a young OB-GYN to join a busy established practice in a beautiful community.

    Level 2b Special Care Nursery with C-Pap Waiver - staffed by Boston Children's Hospital Neonatologists allows us to keep babies as young as 32 weeks.

    Ellen Sullivan
    Physician Recruiter

  • Medical Director: Lahey Comprehensive Breast Center - Lahey Health and Lahey Health Cancer Institute

    Scope Of The Position:

    Lahey Health System and Lahey Health Cancer Institute (LHCI) seek a Medical Director for the Lahey Comprehensive Breast Center. The candidate will serve as Medical Director of the Lahey Comprehensive Breast Center and team lead of the Breast Multidisciplinary Model of Care (MMOC) team within the LHCI. The candidate will be based at Lahey Hospital and Medical Center(LHMC) in Burlington, Massachusetts and perform clinical services at LHMC, Lahey Medical Center Peabody (LMCP)  the Lahey Outpatient Center Danvers (LOCD)  and the Beverly and Addison Gilbert Hospitals(BH/AGH). The candidate will have a primary leadership role in the diagnosis and treatment of breast diseases and the coordination of the multidisciplinary care at LHMC, LMCP and LOCD. The candidate will also have a leadership role in coordinating breast services at the other sites of clinical care in the Lahey System: Winchester Hospital and at facilities in Derry and Salem, New Hampshire.   The specific responsibilities are as follows:

    • General Duties and Responsibilities
      • Develop and implement the Comprehensive Breast Center’s strategic initiatives, programs, and services in collaboration with the clinical care teams and administration.  This involves working collaboratively with other breast site directors within the Lahey Health system to implement standards and operational goals that assure consistency of services and quality among all Lahey Breast Centers across the Lahey Health System.
      • Provide medical leadership for surgical breast care, assuring efficient, effective, and timely medical care for patients with diseases of the breast.
      • Ensure adherence to all Hospital, and accrediting/regulatory agency standards, policies and procedures, including, NAPBC, ACR and NCCN.
      • Partner with the other sites within the Lahey Health System to create a patient-focused care flow and experience, optimizing community and hospital support programs and services.
      • Chair weekly breast case conferences (tumor boards) and participate in the Multidisciplinary Breast Clinic at LHMC, LMCP and LOCD   
      • Meet with LHMC, LMCP and Beverly Hospital and AGH Breast Center Staff and administrative leaders on a quarterly basis to review program performance and take any necessary actions.
      • Lead the certification and maintenance process for the National Accreditation Program for Breast Centers.
      • Lead the Lahey Health Breast NAPBC steering committee for the LHMC, LMCP and LOCD Breast Centers.
      • Participate in regular meetings with all medical and surgical disciplines involved with breast care and maintain an open line of communication with staff. Assist with recruiting of physicians and staff related to the breast program when necessary.
      • Participate in the clinical care of patients presenting to the Lahey Health Breast Center, including initial diagnostic assessment, treatment and follow-up.
      • Provide surgical services and oversight of patients with benign and malignant breast disease.

    • Quality Assurance
      • Establish a quality improvement program that includes standards of clinical care, protocols and clinical outcomes to be measured and improved upon through the breast care program in collaboration with the Lahey Health Breast Centers, promoting clinical standardization system-wide.
      • Monitor standards for quality in relation to radiologic, surgical, and medical care (including medical oncology and radiation oncology) provided through the Breast Center.
      • Assist in tracking, analyzing and reporting of defined quality indicators as defined in NAPBC and ACOS Commission on Cancer standards, as well as any additional indicators as defined by the Hospital Cancer Committees or the Breast MMOC team.
      • Monitor physician adherence to performance expectations.

    • Leadership
      • The Medical Director has primary authority for the management of the clinical care aspects of the Comprehensive Breast Center and serving as the lead for the Breast MMOC team within in the LHCI.
      • Provide leadership by demonstrating good judgment, being an effective communicator, working well with providers and others, building consensus among personnel, providing appropriate guidance and oversight, and being able to motivate individuals.
      • Utilize effective conflict resolution for successful outcomes.
      • Design a working model for the Breast Center that incorporates quality, state of the art technology, fiscal responsibility, stewardship, research and education.
      • Participate in local and national breast organizations.
    • Education & Research
      • Foster clinical breast cancer research studies conducted at the Breast Center.
      • Participate as faculty in surgical residency educational programs, as requested.
      • Conduct academic and scholarly activities leading towards presentations at medical meetings and peer-reviewed publications.
      • Promote ideas to increase accrual for breast surgery, imaging, treatment, translational research, cancer control, and prevention clinical trials.

    • Public Relations  & Community Service
      • Represent the Breast Center in cross-departmental interactions regarding all medical and most administrative matters.
      • Manage community outreach and Breast Center promotional programs in conjunction with appropriate professional resources.
      • Represent the Center in external professional affairs, and maintain liaisons with cooperating and affiliated organizations.

    Reporting Relationships

    • The candidate will have direct reporting relationships to the Chief, Division of General Surgery, LHMC and the Director of the Lahey Health Cancer Institute.

    Academic Appointment

    • The candidate will be eligible for an academic appointment at the Tufts University School of Medicine commensurate with level of academic achievement.

    Required Knowledge, Skills And Personal Characteristics:

    Education and Experience:  This position requires a medical degree and Board Certification through the American Board of Surgery (ABS) and successful completion of an accredited breast fellowship program. The candidate should have a record of demonstrated leadership in a multidisciplinary breast program and strong interpersonal and organizational skills.

    Knowledge:  Considerable knowledge of clinical management protocols, office operations, and quality control of breast care patients is required.  A working knowledge of fiscal management, human resource management, and ability to research and evaluate data is required. 

    Non-Clinical Skills:  The candidate must speak and understand conversational English and have considerable ability to write clear and concise reports.  The candidate must be able to perform multiple concurrent tasks, handle constant interruptions, manage stressful situations, make independent decisions, and possess excellent telephone etiquette skills.  The

    candidate must work well in a team environment and have effective communication skills and be able to deal with young, elderly, sick or handicapped people.

    Reporting Relationships:

    Reporting Relationships:  The candidate will have direct reporting relationships to the Chair, Division of General Surgery, Lahey Hospital and Medical Center, and the Director of the Lahey Health Cancer Institute.

    Interested candidates are encouraged to send CVs and Letters of Introduction to:
    David DeLuca
    Senior Physician Recruiter
    Lahey Health
    25 Mall Road
    Burlington, MA 01805
    P: 781-744-8646