Maine

Nicole Breton and Joan Mank
Tel: 207-287-5524
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Maine is a rugged and sprawling landscape of nearly 31,000 square miles, nearly as large as the rest of New England combined. With a population of only 1.2 million, this great space offers roughly 15 acres per resident. The Pine Tree State’s remarkable geographic and biological diversity may best be represented by the vivid images Americans tend to share: lobsters and moose, white pines and potatoes, blueberries, black flies and black bears, pointed firs, craggy coastlines and cozy home towns. Maine is the first state to greet the sunrise every day—and the first to see the sunset as well. U.S. Rte. 1 and the Appalachian trail both ends (or begin) here. Piscataquis County is the only designated frontier county east of the Mississippi while Aroostook ("The County") is larger than Connecticut and Rhode Island together with a good chunk of Massachusetts thrown in. The state motto is "Dirigo: I lead,": and in many ways Mainers and their place continue to embody the old adage, "As Maine Goes, So Goes the Nation".

Key Points

  • One of the best environments for rearing children in the U.S.
  • Over 50 community health centers and other rural health clinics providing quality primary care for underserved communities.
  • Over 40 modern hospitals.
  • 6,000 lakes and ponds.
  • 32,000 miles of rivers and streams.
  • 17 million acres of forestland.
  • 5,000 miles of rugged coastline.
  • 2,000 off shore islands.
  • The second most visited National Park in the U.S. (Acadia).
  • 98% of lowbush blueberries in the U.S.
  • The best lobster in the world- and over 40 millions pounds of it annually.
  • Some of the best schools, colleges and universities in the U.S.
  • The nation’s highest percentage of high school graduates and lowest rate of teenage pregnancy.
  • A fantastic quality of life—and great places to grow up!

Specialties Sought

New Openings—inquire within!!!

Check out individual provider sites for the most up to date openings.

Dental Recruiting

MAINE NEEDS DENTISTS!!! And, Maine is truly a Land of Great Opportunity for Dentists, both new graduates, particularly those looking for loan repayment, and seasoned providers who are perhaps looking to step away from the demands of running a practice and working five or six or even four days a week. Maine does offer some unique incentives including a loan forgiveness program through the Finance Authority of Maine and a new program exempting dentists new to Maine from paying State Income Taxes. 

http://www.medental.org/

 

J1 Contact Information

Nicole Breton and Joan Mank
Maine State Office of Rural Health and Primary Care
41 Anthony Avenue
Augusta, Maine 04333
Phone: 207-287-5524
Nicole.Breton@maine.gov
Maine State Office of Rural Health and Primary Care Web Site

Nicole Breton and Joan Mank
Maine State Office of Rural Health and Primary Care
41 Anthony Avenue
Augusta, ME 04333
Phone: 207-287-5524
Nicole.Breton@maine.gov
Maine State Office of Rural Health and Primary Care Web Site

Additional Contacts

Joan Mank
Joan.Mank@maine.gov
Tel: 207-287-5524

Merica Tripp
Merica.A.Tripp@maine.gov

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