Geisinger in Northeast Pennsylvania encompasses the Wilkes-Barre/Scranton region of Pennsylvania. Geisinger has three hospital campuses within that market, in addition to a fully-integrated network of community practice sites. Click here for more information on Geisinger's facilities.
Quality of Medicine, Quality of Life
See John Buckley, Chief Administrative Officer of Geisinger-Northeast, talk about the quality of medicine at Geisinger and the quality of life in Pennsylvania:
Listen as Anthony Aquilina, DO, Chief Medical Officer of Geisinger-Community Medical Center, talks about Geisinger's latest innovations and acquisitions that keep it on the leading-edge of medicine:
Attractive Job Opportunities
Geisinger currently has exciting job opportunities available in the Northeast region, including a Director of Trauma Surgery, Director of Critical Care Medicine, Critical Care Medicine Physicians, and Hospitalists. Click here to learn more about these opportunities, or to search additional physician job openings.
Quality of Life in Northeastern Pennsylvania
Wilkes-Barre, PA, one half of the Wilkes-Barre/Scranton metropolitan area, is surrounded by the Pocono Mountains and the Susquehanna River. Set amongst Pennsylvania's mountains gives Wilkes-Barre the distinct luxury of offering the benefits of cultural city living with theaters, major sports arenas, outlets and high-end shopping while simultaneously pleasing nature enthusiasts with mountain resorts, state parks, and plenty of outdoor summer and winter sports.
Scranton, PA, serves as the largest principal city in the Wilkes-Barre/Scranton metropolitan area. Scranton offers residents a low cost of living, high quality of life, and excellent education from pre-school to graduate school. Scranton's location is able to offer a multitude of recreational opportunities year round - from mountain resorts and coal mine tours to Triple-A baseball games and museums. Located close to major highways and the Wilkes-Barre/Scranton International Airport makes traveling convenient and simple to plan.
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