PACE Physician

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

I’m working with a large non-profit in Lowell, MA to find a Full-time physician to join their PACE Program! 

This organization is passionate about geriatric care and has over 350 employees. You’ll work closely with an interdisciplinary team of nurses, dieticians, social workers, and therapists to deliver passionate and quality geriatric care within this diverse community. 

As a PACE physician, you’ll have a relaxed schedule with only 10-15 patients per day and a stop time at 4pm (want to be home for dinner and afterschool activities? This is your chance!). 

After a morning meeting you’ll see patients in the day center and then use your afternoon for admin time and rounding in SNF’s or homes as needed. 

You’ll have plenty of time to deliver excellent care and not feel rushed and overwhelmed in your day-to-day work.  

Aside from the perks of the schedule, you’ll have excellent benefits boasting full medical/dental and vision starting day 1, plus 4 weeks of PTO, 2 weeks of sick time, 1 personal day, 11 paid holidays, a 403b, paid malpractice insurance and reimbursement for licensing fees. That adds up to over 2 months of paid time off per year! 

With a competitive salary commensurate with your training and years of experience, you’ll be set in this position and can feel secure with your future. 

I would be happy to answer any questions and give you more details about the role. 

Click “Apply” and I’ll reach out to schedule a time to connect. 

Fun fact: Did you know Lowell has an annual festival dedicated to celebrating the Merrimack River?


  • 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.