PACE Physician

  • Compensation: $204,000- $224,000
  • Required Qualifications:
  • City/State: Brighton, MA

I'm partnered with a Non-Profit to find a Full-Time Physician to join a PACE program in Brighton, MA! 

Working on an interdisciplinary team, you’ll have the unique opportunity to deliver concierge services to the Medicare population while enjoying a relaxed schedule, outstanding benefits, and a supportive work environment. This passionate non-profit is committed to offering a holistic approach to care and you can play a pivotal role in improving the quality of life of the participants! 

Here's what makes this opportunity truly special:

  • Relaxed Schedule: Say goodbye to weekends and evenings! Here, they value work-life balance and offer a schedule that allows you to enjoy your personal time while making a meaningful impact (4pm stop time, limited call).
  • Manageable Patient Load: They’re passionate about providing personalized care, which is why your patient load is limited to only 10-15 per day. This allows you to dedicate ample time to each participant, ensuring their needs are met comprehensively. 
  • Excellent Benefits: Your well-being matters. They offer a comprehensive benefits package, including 4 weeks of paid time off (PTO), 2 weeks of sick time, 11 paid holidays, 1 personal day, and 5 days of dedicated Continuing Medical Education (CME) time. Additionally, you’ll receive a CME stipend of $3000 per year to support your professional growth.
  • Covered Malpractice Insurance: You’re covered. Your malpractice insurance will be fully covered, providing you with peace of mind along with reimbursement of licensing fees. 
  • Brighton, MA: If you’re not from here, welcome to the birthplace of the Industrial Revolution in the United States! Brighton offers a vibrant cultural scene, historical landmarks, and a diverse community. You'll have the opportunity to explore and immerse yourself in this dynamic city.

As part of the interdisciplinary team, you’ll collaborate closely with nurses, social workers, therapists, and other healthcare professionals to provide holistic and patient-centered care. This position offers you support through your team and the opportunity of fulfillment delivering quality geriatric care. 

I’m excited to be partnering with this incredible organization and I know this role is a commodity amongst those passionate about geriatric care! 

Working with the elderly population takes someone with passion and drive along with skill to overcome special challenges- could this be a fit for you? 


  • Completes initial, periodic and annual physical examinations of the participants.
  • Evaluates participants for episodic visits, for acute illnesses and for follow-ups of hospitalizations in the clinic, at home or at a nursing home.
  • Makes nursing home visits in accordance with the state nursing home requirements and as needed.
  • Use telehealth as needed and where appropriate
  • Participates in the PACE hospital rounding system and the on-call schedule.
  • Evaluates the needs of the participants and develops treatment plans in concert with the other members of the Interdisciplinary Team.
  • Perform other duties as required.


  • Board Certified in Internal Medicine or Family Practice, or eligibility for Board Certification (for recent graduates).
  • Board Certified in Geriatric Medicine, preferred.
  • Current License to practice medicine in the Commonwealth of Massachusetts.