Seeking full-time Board Eligible/Board Certified Ob/Gyn physician to join our Women’s Health Team at Cooley Dickinson Health Care. Join our thriving practice of six physicians and six Certified Nurse Midwives. With four locations we offer women in the Pioneer Valley the full scope of health care, including pregnancy, childbirth and midwifery services as well as comprehensive gynecology care.
The hospital features a state-of-the-art and spacious Child Birth Center and a daVinci S robot with a modern operating room suite. The Childbirth Center offers 6 labor and delivery rooms and 10 large, post-partum rooms that cater to both patients and their families. The office practice has a fully integrated EMR, in-office ultrasound and a team passionate about providing solid ob/gyn care.
In addition to being a progressive community hospital, our unique relationship with Massachusetts General Hospital in Boston enables us to offer patients the best of a coordinated partnership between an academic medical center and a community healthcare system: the right care, at the right time, in the right place. When needed, we bring MGH’s advanced subspecialty care and expertise right to Cooley Dickinson’s patients in Northampton through on-site clinics and telemedicine services, closer to home for patients as appropriate. In cases where direct tertiary or quaternary care is necessary or advised, we similarly make it easy through shared systems and processes for Cooley Dickinson’s patients to receive care directly at Massachusetts General Hospital in Boston if desired
Cooley Dickinson Health Care, an affiliate of Massachusetts General Hospital and a member of Partners HealthCare, is an acute care community hospital that serves the greater Pioneer Valley in Western Massachusetts.
Every year Cooley Dickinson serves more than 75,000 patients in its hospital and affiliated practices, logs over 50,000 home care visits through its VNA and Hospice program, and delivers on average over 600 babies at its award-winning Childbirth Center. Over 30,000 people visit its emergency room annually; over 65,000 undergo medical imaging exams; and laboratory technicians conduct more than 750,000 tests.