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​Are you looking to join a dynamic health care system committed to providing expert, compassionate care to patients through the course of their lifetimes?

You've come to the right place! Welcome to MaineGeneral Health!

We want to be part of your career journey both now and into the future. Wherever your passion is, our breadth of services and locations provide you with well-rounded and fulfulling career experience.

Medical Provider Openings

MaineGeneral Health has 247 physicians on its active medical staff and 154 advance practitioners on its Professional Services Staff - and we continue to grow every day!

In addition to our hospital campuses in Augusta (Alfond Center for Health) and Waterville (Thayer Center for Health), MaineGeneral  owns and operates seven primary care practices, two express care clinics and multiple specialty clinics throughout the Kennebec Valley.

Other Staff Openings

MaineGeneral Health employs more than 4,000 people on a full- or part-time basis.

Employment sites are not limited to the Alfond Center for Health in Augusta or the Thayer Center for Health in Waterville - but are scattered throughout the Kennebec Valley region at primary and specialty care offices, clinics, nursing homes and many other locations.

» View openings for all positions (except medical providers) and submit an online application.

Join the MaineGeneral Team!

MaineGeneral Health, the state's third-largest health care system, is hiring for a variety of positions. Learn more from our staff about why they love working at MaineGeneral.

Nursing at MaineGeneral

MaineGeneral Health is hiring nurses, certified nurses aides and nursing unit assistants. Listen to Chief Nursing Officer Jennifer Riggs explain how MaineGeneral is committed to fostering an environment in which nursing staff can thrive and succeed.

Considering a nursing career at MaineGeneral? Registered nurses Cassandra Bickford and Jaime Avery, nursing unit assistants Scarlet Tuner and Cheryl Moon and certified nurses aide Heidi Stratton share why they've chosen to be part of the MaineGeneral nursing team.