At Geisinger, our innovative ideas are inspired by the communities and families we serve. Since health changes with age, healthcare should too. To meet the unique needs of our senior patient population, we have implemented community-focused initiatives like Geisinger 65 Forward to provide a new, comprehensive approach to primary care for people 65 and older.
Geisinger 65 Forward is a senior-focused center dedicated to providing “one place” for all health and well-being needs such as wellness coordination, center activities and specialized care. Our physicians, nurses and staff are committed to providing seniors with the quality medical care they deserve, so they can live better!
Fulfill your calling at Geisinger 65 Forward and keep patients healthier and happier to enjoy more of what life has to offer. At work, you will experience:
More time with patients. Up to 60 minutes with patients to answer questions and address concerns.
Easier and frequent appointments. Because we specialize in healthcare just for seniors, we're able to see them more often.
Smaller patient panel. Max patient panel of 450 per physician.
Interdisciplinary team. Includes nursing, care coordinator/coach, social worker, receptionist, nutritionist, administrator and wellness coordinator.
Support for patients. From group ceramics to rummy card games, our centers offer a slew of fun activities to meet both old friends and new.
Why join Geisinger?
$100,000 recruitment loan and medical school loan repayment of up to $150,000
Monthly $2,500 stipend available to residents and fellows
Excellent annual compensation (starting at $250,000) and benefits, including relocation, malpractice and tail coverage
Visa sponsorship available: H1B
15 paid CME days and $3,500 for CME activities
Teaching/Research: Geisinger has an exciting intellectual environment highlighted by our four primary care residency programs, including: Family medicine, internal medicine and internal medicine/pediatrics and the Geisinger Commonwealth School of Medicine. The medical school is a leader in innovative education, with a curriculum emphasizing active learning, longitudinal clinical experiences and community engagement. The research division supports >50 full-time faculty and >30 clinician scientists with expertise across a wide array of research areas, including informatics, data science, precision health, genomics, implementation science, outcomes research, bioethics, and clinical trials.
Professional opportunities for mentorship, growth and advancement
Geisinger Community Medicine consists of 43 community practice sites throughout central, south-central and northeast Pennsylvania. These multispecialty locations provide primary and specialty care. In conjunction with Geisinger Health Plan, the Medical Groups staff offers their own unique version of medical home.