Bonjour! To all urologists longing to prioritize quality of care and patient relationships: here is a job that will speak to you. And, from its scenic location just one hour south of Montreal, it may do so in a cute French accent.

We invite you to discover Plattsburgh, New York, where an academic appointment for a bread-and-butter urologist with the University of Vermont means free UVM tuition for your dependents. Taking on the patient load of a retiring urologist, you’ll prosper both professionally and personally with the strong, friendly ties of this tight-knit medical community.

Call is a light 1:3, with support from urologists at the university, and is most often handled over the phone. A da Vinci Si is available, though robotics are optional.

Do you love to fish, hike, and ski? If the answer is oui, then there’s all the more reason to make your home in this Adirondack resort town on the coast of Lake Champlain. Every winter is a wonderland of world-class ski slopes, rinks, and bobsled runs maintained by Lake Placid’s U.S. Olympic Training Center. Your cubs can train right at home in Plattsburgh at the Beartown Ski Area, a family-friendly ski hill where many great skiers have gotten their starts racing on the local ski team.

When the snow has melted, enjoy the Plattsburgh City Beach, one of the longest freshwater beaches in the U.S., for stunning views of Lake Champlain and the Green Mountains of Vermont. Plattsburgh is a premier spot for fishing and in the summer hosts the largest professional bass fishing tournaments in the world, with millions of dollars in prize money.

Commuting across the lake is a breeze on the ferry that runs reliably every 10–15 minutes year-round. This makes it possible to live across the lake and be home in 20 minutes or to drive to Burlington just for the thrill of it.

But before you go, grab a quick dinner at one of Plattsburgh’s great restaurants. There are plenty of options to choose from! The Himalaya restaurant will warm you with its savory fare and friendly service. Quiche et Crepe will make you happy to say oui to breakfast, lunch, or dinner. Or keep it American with craft cocktails and the modern culinary style of Latitude 44 Bistro.

Immerse yourself in the lifestyle of the Adirondacks and find the peace that comes from truly getting to know your patients. Call Marty at 512-422-6766 or email your CV to

Visa candidates welcomed!