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Commonwealth Care Alliance

- Enjoy 5 weeks vacation, 12 holidays, 403b w/ match, loan repayment, tuition assistance, and more!

- Practice without the pressure of most primary care jobs... clinical creativity is prized!

- Panel sizes are small and care is provided in partnership with a multidisciplinary team.


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Family Medicine
CCA - Springfield - Main Street (Springfield, MA)
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Practice Type: Employee
Setting: Community Health / Outpatient
Accepts J1 Visa? No | H1B Visa? Yes
Requires BE? Yes | BC? Yes
  • FT/PT
  • Hours: Flexible | No Weekends!
  • Employed
  • MD/DO
  • New Graduates Welcome
  • Average patients seen: 3 - 4
  • Call Schedule: Very Light | Phone Only | Rotated Between All Physicians
  • Loan Repayment
  • Relocation Assistance Available
  • Compensation: Competitive Salary Negotiable Based on Experience | Relocation is Negotiable
  • Benefits: Medical/Dental/Vision/Prescription | HMO/PPO | Health and Dependent Care FSA | Commuter Transit and Parking FSA | Group Life/AD&D | Supplemental Life | Short and Long-Term Disability | 403b With Match | CE Credits | Malpractice | Accrued Time Off (11.38 Hours per Pay Period to Start) | 12 Holidays | Fitness and Weight Loss Reimbursement | EAP | Employee Referral Program | Loan Repayment of $500 per Month
  • Additional Information:
    - BE needs to become BC within 1 year.
    - H1B visa candidates are accepted if they are already here on a visa.
    - Bilingual in Spanish, Russian, or Vietnamese is a plus.
    - Looking for a PT physician (15 - 30 hours). Potential to become FT. Must work 20+ hours to be eligible for benefits.
    - Physician will be seeing severely acute patients both in office and in home.
    - EMR: EClinicalWorks

Internal Medicine
CCA - Springfield - Main Street (Springfield, MA)
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Practice Type: Employee
Setting: Community Health / Outpatient
Accepts J1 Visa? No | H1B Visa? Yes
Requires BE? Yes | BC? Yes
  • Part Time
  • Hours: Flexible | No Weekends!
  • Employed
  • MD/DO
  • New Graduates Welcome
  • Average patients seen: 3 - 4
  • Call Schedule: Very Light | Phone Only | Rotated Between All Physicians
  • Loan Repayment
  • Relocation Assistance Available
  • Compensation: Competitive Salary Negotiable Based on Experience | Relocation is Negotiable
  • Benefits: Medical/Dental/Vision/Prescription | HMO/PPO | Health and Dependent Care FSA | Commuter Transit and Parking FSA | Group Life/AD&D | Supplemental Life | Short and Long-Term Disability | 403b With Match | CE Credits | Malpractice | Accrued Time Off (11.38 Hours per Pay Period to Start) | 12 Holidays | Fitness and Weight Loss Reimbursement | EAP | Employee Referral Program | Loan Repayment of $500 per Month
  • Additional Information:
    - BE needs to become BC within 1 year.
    - H1B visa candidates are accepted if they are already here on a visa.
    - Bilingual in Spanish, Russian, or Vietnamese is a plus.
    - Looking for a PT physician (15 - 30 hours). Potential to become FT. Must work 20+ hours to be eligible for benefits.
    - Physician will be seeing severely acute patients both in office and in home.
    - EMR: EClinicalWorks

Med/Peds
CCA - Springfield - Main Street (Springfield, MA)
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Practice Type: Employee
Setting: Community Health / Outpatient
Accepts J1 Visa? No | H1B Visa? Yes
Requires BE? Yes | BC? Yes
  • FT/PT
  • Hours: Flexible | No Weekends!
  • Employed
  • MD/DO
  • New Graduates Welcome
  • Average patients seen: 3 - 4
  • Call Schedule: Very Light | Phone Only | Rotated Between All Physicians
  • Loan Repayment
  • Relocation Assistance Available
  • Compensation: Competitive Salary Negotiable Based on Experience | Relocation is Negotiable
  • Benefits: Medical/Dental/Vision/Prescription | HMO/PPO | Health and Dependent Care FSA | Commuter Transit and Parking FSA | Group Life/AD&D | Supplemental Life | Short and Long-Term Disability | 403b With Match | CE Credits | Malpractice | Accrued Time Off (11.38 Hours per Pay Period to Start) | 12 Holidays | Fitness and Weight Loss Reimbursement | EAP | Employee Referral Program | Loan Repayment of $500 per Month
  • Additional Information:
    - BE needs to become BC within 1 year.
    - H1B visa candidates are accepted if they are already here on a visa.
    - Bilingual in Spanish, Russian, or Vietnamese is a plus.
    - Looking for a PT physician (15 - 30 hours). Potential to become FT. Must work 20+ hours to be eligible for benefits.
    - Physician will be seeing severely acute patients both in office and in home.
    - EMR: EClinicalWorks

Nurse Practitioner - Team Leader
CCA - Framingham - Mt. Wayte Ave (Framingham, MA)
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Practice Type: Employee
Setting: Community Health / Outpatient
Accepts J1 Visa? No | H1B Visa? No
Requires BE? No | BC? Yes
  • Full Time
  • Hours: Monday - Friday 8:30 AM - 5:00 PM
  • Employed
  • Call Schedule: Rotating Weekends | Phone Only | Two Weekend Days on, Two Week Days off During Call Week
  • Loan Repayment
  • Compensation: $100K - $115K Based on Experience
  • Benefits: Medical/Dental/Vision/Prescription | HMO/PPO | Health and Dependent Care FSA | Commuter Transit and Parking FSA | Group Life/AD&D | Supplemental Life | Short and Long-Term Disability | 403b With Match | CE Credits | Malpractice | Accrued Time Off (11.38 Hours per Pay Period to Start) | 12 Holidays | Fitness and Weight Loss Reimbursement | EAP | Employee Referral Program | Loan Repayment of $500 per Month
  • Additional Information:
    - 3-5 years of relevant clinical, home care, and case management experience as a nurse practitioner desired.
    - Prior clinical supervision, teaching, or mentorship preferred.
    - This nurse practitioner will cover central MA in Framingham.
    - Provides leadership to a team of Advanced Practice Clinicians, Registered Nurses, and Licensed Practical Nurses.
    - The Team Leader also provides home-based primary care, care management, and care coordination for a pro-rated panel of patients in need of intensive care management.
    - EMR: EClinicalWorks

Nurse Practitioner - Nurse Practitioner
CCA - Springfield - Wason Ave (Springfield, MA)
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Practice Type: Employee
Setting: Home Care
Accepts J1 Visa? No | H1B Visa? Yes
Requires BE? No | BC? Yes
  • Full Time
  • Hours: Monday - Friday 8 AM - 5 PM | Flexible | No Weekends!
  • Employed
  • Call Schedule: Phone Only | Evenings | Rotated 1 Week at a Time Within Call Group
  • Loan Repayment
  • Compensation: Salary $80K - $125K | Based on Experience
  • Benefits: Medical/Dental/Vision/Prescription | HMO/PPO | Health and Dependent Care FSA | Commuter Transit and Parking FSA | Group Life/AD&D | Supplemental Life | Short and Long-Term Disability | 403b With Match | CE Credits | Malpractice | Accrued Time Off (11.38 Hours per Pay Period to Start) | 12 Holidays | Fitness and Weight Loss Reimbursement | EAP | Employee Referral Program | Loan Repayment of $500 per Month
  • Additional Information:
    - Requires BLS certification.
    - Needs to have 2 - 3 years of clinical experience in home health or primary care. (RN experience is accepted)
    - H1B visa candidates are accepted if they are already here on a visa.
    - Bilingual in Spanish, Russian, or Vietnamese is a plus.
    - Must see every member on their panel a minimum of four times per year (once per quarter). Current panel is around 30. Also, must do a minimum of 6 annual comprehensive assessments per month (Some of these member's are on their panels and some are not)
    - Will be seeing severely acute patients both in office and in home.
    - EMR: EClinicalWorks

Physician Assistant - Team Leader
CCA - Framingham - Mt. Wayte Ave (Framingham, MA)
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Practice Type: Employee
Setting: Community Health / Outpatient
Accepts J1 Visa? No | H1B Visa? No
Requires BE? No | BC? Yes
  • Full Time
  • Hours: Monday - Friday 8:30 AM - 5:00 PM
  • Employed
  • Call Schedule: Rotating Weekends | Phone Only | Two Weekend Days on, Two Week Days off During Call Week
  • Loan Repayment
  • Compensation: $100K - $115K Based on Experience
  • Benefits: Medical/Dental/Vision/Prescription | HMO/PPO | Health and Dependent Care FSA | Commuter Transit and Parking FSA | Group Life/AD&D | Supplemental Life | Short and Long-Term Disability | 403b With Match | CE Credits | Malpractice | Accrued Time Off (11.38 Hours per Pay Period to Start) | 12 Holidays | Fitness and Weight Loss Reimbursement | EAP | Employee Referral Program | Loan Repayment of $500 per Month
  • Additional Information:
    - 3-5 years of relevant clinical, home care, and case management experience as a physician assistant desired.
    - Prior clinical supervision, teaching, or mentorship preferred.
    - This physician assistant will cover central MA in Framingham.
    - Provides leadership to a team of Advanced Practice Clinicians, Registered Nurses, and Licensed Practical Nurses.
    - The Team Leader also provides home-based primary care, care management, and care coordination for a pro-rated panel of patients in need of intensive care management.
    - EMR: EClinicalWorks

Physician Assistant (PA)
CCA - Springfield - Wason Ave (Springfield, MA)
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Practice Type: Employee
Setting: Home Care
Accepts J1 Visa? No | H1B Visa? Yes
Requires BE? No | BC? Yes
  • Full Time
  • Hours: Monday - Friday 8 AM - 5 PM | Flexible | No Weekends!
  • Employed
  • Call Schedule: Phone Only | Evenings | Rotated 1 Week at a Time Within Call Group
  • Loan Repayment
  • Compensation: Salary $80K - $125K | Based on Experience
  • Benefits: Medical/Dental/Vision/Prescription | HMO/PPO | Health and Dependent Care FSA | Commuter Transit and Parking FSA | Group Life/AD&D | Supplemental Life | Short and Long-Term Disability | 403b With Match | CE Credits | Malpractice | Accrued Time Off (11.38 Hours per Pay Period to Start) | 12 Holidays | Fitness and Weight Loss Reimbursement | EAP | Employee Referral Program | Loan Repayment of $500 per Month
  • Additional Information:
    - Requires BLS certification.
    - Needs to have 2 - 3 years of clinical experience in home health or primary care. (RN experience is accepted)
    - H1B visa candidates are accepted if they are already here on a visa.
    - Bilingual in Spanish, Russian, or Vietnamese is a plus.
    - Must see every member on their panel a minimum of four times per year (once per quarter). Current panel is around 30. Also, must do a minimum of 6 annual comprehensive assessments per month (Some of these member's are on their panels and some are not)
    - Will be seeing severely acute patients both in office and in home.
    - EMR: EClinicalWorks


Commonwealth Care Alliance

To make a difference in the world. To be a part of something truly meaningful, and truly special. To come to work every day knowing you’re making life better for the most vulnerable and underserved people in our communities.

This is part of what makes Commonwealth Care Alliance such an extraordinary place to work. To grow. To make a real contribution. And to be part of a team that shares a sense of passion and dedication to an inspiring mission.

We're big enough to be a real force in Massachusetts health care and to offer excellent compensation and benefits. Yet we’re small enough that you can have a real impact here and look forward to advancing your career.


Facilities

CCA - Framingham - Mt. Wayte Ave
73 Mt Wayte Ave #4, Framingham, MA 01702

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Based in Massachusetts, Commonwealth Care Alliance (CCA) is a not-for-profit, community-based healthcare organization dedicated to improving care for individuals who are dually eligible for MassHealth (Medicaid) and Medicare with complex medical, behavioral health and social needs, including persons with disabilities. CCA offers two health plans: Senior Care Options (HMO SNP), for individuals ages 65 and over who have Medicare and MassHealth Standard or only MassHealth Standard; and One Care, a Massachusetts demonstration program for dual eligible individuals ages 21 to 64. These comprehensive health plans provide all the services covered under Medicare and MassHealth, and other benefits as determined necessary by an inter-professional care team in conjunction with CCA’s preferred provider network. For two consecutive years (2016-17), CCA’s One Care plan received a top consumer rating for quality and access in the Consumer Assessment of Healthcare Providers and Systems (CAHPS) national survey of Medicare-Medicaid Plans, administered by the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid (CMS).

As a primary care physician here, you’ll provide home-based primary care to the most bio-psycho-socially complex members within Commonwealth Care Alliance (CCA). Panel sizes are small, clinical creativity is prized, and care is provided in partnership with a multidisciplinary team including nurse practitioners and integrated behavioral health. We are both a provider and a payor so incentives are aligned that allow you not to worry about productivity, but just to take good care of our members – your patients! You’ll find that often your first visit with a new patient is a 2 hour home visit! It is an extraordinarily satisfying way to practice, gain skills, and impact some of our state’s most complex patients, as well as grow your career.

Our unique approach to care is based on:

Trusting, engaged relationships

- Care teams earn members’ trust by being available day in and day out and by responding quickly to medical and social needs.

- Every member’s beliefs and preferences are valued and respected.

- Every member has a dedicated care manager to coordinate all aspects of their care plan.

- Comprehensive care planning looks out for both current and future needs.


Addressing unmet needs

- Care plans focus heavily on primary care and social services and supports.

- Care is delivered in interdisciplinary teams with clinical and nonclinical caregivers chosen to meet the member's needs.

- Care plans include behavioral care, help finding and using community resources, transportation to appointments, crisis support, care transition follow-up, and more.


Transformative approach to care delivery

- Person-centered care focuses on following members’ wishes and maintaining their independence and dignity.

- Home-based primary care for members who cannot get to a doctor’s office.

- Mobile integrated health program sends paramedics with behavioral health training on home visits when needed, reducing ER visits and hospitalizations.

- Community Crisis Stabilization Units care for members in a crisis, so they don’t have to be admitted to a hospital far from home.

- Life Choices Palliative Care program helps members receive compassionate end-of-life care according to their wishes.

- Opioid/Substance Use Disorder treatment program includes: continued engagement with members, including home visits, throughout treatment; protocol-driven evaluation and use of opioids in pain control; and increased interventions while reducing opioid use.

Framingham, MA

Framingham is one of those unique places that offer just about every shopping opportunity imaginable. Our section of Route 9 / Worcester Road is well-known throughout New England as a mecca for popular retail and restaurant experiences. 

The world-class companies, innovative new start-ups, fun microbreweries, and eclectic restaurants and boutiques that have chosen to make Framingham their home are all part of what makes Framingham a uniquely welcoming community for all types of businesses. Ideally situated between Boston and Worcester, with access to highways and transit, we work with our business community to highlight the benefits of choosing Framingham! 

Downtown Framingham provides a dense urban experience with cultural amenities and direct access to public transportation including frequent commuter rail service to Boston and Worcester. Downtown Framingham offers cultural amenities such as the Danforth Museum and the Amazing Things Arts Center along with a mix of ethnic restaurants and specialty stores. Stop by one of our great bakeries for a cup of strong Brazilian coffee on your way to the commuter rail, or catch a show at Amazing Things. Our downtown is anchored by the Memorial Building, which serves as the town’s primary government office and just down the street is a full-service federal Social Security office.

Arts and culture flourish in Framingham and an abundance of entertainment venues are located throughout the town. The IMAX theater, AMC movie complex, Amazing Things Art Center, and Nevins Hall at the Historic Memorial Building just begin to identify the diversity of experiences offered. Framingham also plays host to a number of regional cultural institutions including the Danforth Museum of Art, the Mazmanian Art Gallery, Garden in the Woods, and the Framingham History Center. 

Located 20 miles west of Boston and 20 miles east of the City of Worcester, Framingham offers easy access to premier amenities and events that are always just a quick hop in the car or an easy train ride away.

CCA - Springfield - Main Street
3550 Main Street STE 101, Springfield, MA 01107

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Based in Massachusetts, Commonwealth Care Alliance (CCA) is a not-for-profit, community-based healthcare organization dedicated to improving care for individuals who are dually eligible for MassHealth (Medicaid) and Medicare with complex medical, behavioral health and social needs, including persons with disabilities. CCA offers two health plans: Senior Care Options (HMO SNP), for individuals ages 65 and over who have Medicare and MassHealth Standard or only MassHealth Standard; and One Care, a Massachusetts demonstration program for dual eligible individuals ages 21 to 64. These comprehensive health plans provide all the services covered under Medicare and MassHealth, and other benefits as determined necessary by an inter-professional care team in conjunction with CCA’s preferred provider network. For two consecutive years (2016-17), CCA’s One Care plan received a top consumer rating for quality and access in the Consumer Assessment of Healthcare Providers and Systems (CAHPS) national survey of Medicare-Medicaid Plans, administered by the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid (CMS).

As a primary care physician here, you’ll provide home-based primary care to the most bio-psycho-socially complex members within Commonwealth Care Alliance (CCA). Panel sizes are small, clinical creativity is prized, and care is provided in partnership with a multidisciplinary team including nurse practitioners and integrated behavioral health. We are both a provider and a payor so incentives are aligned that allow you not to worry about productivity, but just to take good care of our members – your patients! You’ll find that often your first visit with a new patient is a 2 hour home visit! It is an extraordinarily satisfying way to practice, gain skills, and impact some of our state’s most complex patients, as well as grow your career.

Our unique approach to care is based on:

Trusting, engaged relationships

- Care teams earn members’ trust by being available day in and day out and by responding quickly to medical and social needs.

- Every member’s beliefs and preferences are valued and respected.

- Every member has a dedicated care manager to coordinate all aspects of their care plan.

- Comprehensive care planning looks out for both current and future needs.


Addressing unmet needs

- Care plans focus heavily on primary care and social services and supports.

- Care is delivered in interdisciplinary teams with clinical and nonclinical caregivers chosen to meet the member's needs.

- Care plans include behavioral care, help finding and using community resources, transportation to appointments, crisis support, care transition follow-up, and more.


Transformative approach to care delivery

- Person-centered care focuses on following members’ wishes and maintaining their independence and dignity.

- Home-based primary care for members who cannot get to a doctor’s office.

- Mobile integrated health program sends paramedics with behavioral health training on home visits when needed, reducing ER visits and hospitalizations.

- Community Crisis Stabilization Units care for members in a crisis, so they don’t have to be admitted to a hospital far from home.

- Life Choices Palliative Care program helps members receive compassionate end-of-life care according to their wishes.

- Opioid/Substance Use Disorder treatment program includes: continued engagement with members, including home visits, throughout treatment; protocol-driven evaluation and use of opioids in pain control; and increased interventions while reducing opioid use.

Greater Springfield Region

The region's hub - the city of Springfield - is the fourth largest city in New England and offers a booming economy with more affordable pricing and rural feel than its big-city neighbors, making it a perfect destination for businesses or individuals.  With a long history in manufacturing and growing education and healthcare industries, the city's economy is strong. A variety of attractions and entertainment options keep locals happy and attract many visitors who contribute to the thriving tourism industry. A prime location, educated workforce, and low operating costs make the greater Springfield region ideal for any business.

Located at the "crossroads of New England," with easy access to the north-south Interstate 91 and east-west Interstate 90, Springfield is at the geographical center with easy access to the rest of the region and to major airports, rail service and interstate highways adding to the ease of moving products and attracting commuters without the added expense of other major metropolitan areas.

In total, more than 5,500 businesses have chosen to call greater Springfield home. These businesses, which employ more than 61,000 workers, span a variety of industries including manufacturing, healthcare, financial services, retail, and more. 

The areas' location inside the Knowledge Corridor, among the highest concentrations of colleges and universities in the country, ensures an educated workforce to support the region's businesses. With nearly 30 world-renowned higher educational institutions and over 150,000 students, the workforce is plentiful to fill a multitude of jobs.

A diverse variety of recreational and cultural options keep and attract its workforce and have helped build a tourism industry that contributes approximately $662 million annually to the region.

Springfield and its surrounding communities are affordable sites for both businesses and employees to locate. The cost of living in the region is nearly 50 percent less than nearby major metropolitan centers like Boston or New York. Real estate costs are low for both single-family homes - just below the national average - and for industrial and business sites.

Many of the municipalities provide pre-permitting sites and offer tax incentives for locating here, and significant investments in local infrastructure and broadband expansion provide for a business-friendly environment. Since housing and the cost of living are lower in the region than other cities, this adds to the total cost savings for any business looking to locate or expand here.

CCA - Springfield - Wason Ave
101 Wason Avenue, 3rd Floor, Springfield, MA 01107

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Based in Massachusetts, Commonwealth Care Alliance (CCA) is a not-for-profit, community-based healthcare organization dedicated to improving care for individuals who are dually eligible for MassHealth (Medicaid) and Medicare with complex medical, behavioral health and social needs, including persons with disabilities. CCA offers two health plans: Senior Care Options (HMO SNP), for individuals ages 65 and over who have Medicare and MassHealth Standard or only MassHealth Standard; and One Care, a Massachusetts demonstration program for dual eligible individuals ages 21 to 64. These comprehensive health plans provide all the services covered under Medicare and MassHealth, and other benefits as determined necessary by an inter-professional care team in conjunction with CCA’s preferred provider network. For two consecutive years (2016-17), CCA’s One Care plan received a top consumer rating for quality and access in the Consumer Assessment of Healthcare Providers and Systems (CAHPS) national survey of Medicare-Medicaid Plans, administered by the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid (CMS).

As a primary care physician here, you’ll provide home-based primary care to the most bio-psycho-socially complex members within Commonwealth Care Alliance (CCA). Panel sizes are small, clinical creativity is prized, and care is provided in partnership with a multidisciplinary team including nurse practitioners and integrated behavioral health. We are both a provider and a payor so incentives are aligned that allow you not to worry about productivity, but just to take good care of our members – your patients! You’ll find that often your first visit with a new patient is a 2 hour home visit! It is an extraordinarily satisfying way to practice, gain skills, and impact some of our state’s most complex patients, as well as grow your career.

Our unique approach to care is based on:

Trusting, engaged relationships

- Care teams earn members’ trust by being available day in and day out and by responding quickly to medical and social needs.

- Every member’s beliefs and preferences are valued and respected.

- Every member has a dedicated care manager to coordinate all aspects of their care plan.

- Comprehensive care planning looks out for both current and future needs.


Addressing unmet needs

- Care plans focus heavily on primary care and social services and supports.

- Care is delivered in interdisciplinary teams with clinical and nonclinical caregivers chosen to meet the member's needs.

- Care plans include behavioral care, help finding and using community resources, transportation to appointments, crisis support, care transition follow-up, and more.


Transformative approach to care delivery

- Person-centered care focuses on following members’ wishes and maintaining their independence and dignity.

- Home-based primary care for members who cannot get to a doctor’s office.

- Mobile integrated health program sends paramedics with behavioral health training on home visits when needed, reducing ER visits and hospitalizations.

- Community Crisis Stabilization Units care for members in a crisis, so they don’t have to be admitted to a hospital far from home.

- Life Choices Palliative Care program helps members receive compassionate end-of-life care according to their wishes.

- Opioid/Substance Use Disorder treatment program includes: continued engagement with members, including home visits, throughout treatment; protocol-driven evaluation and use of opioids in pain control; and increased interventions while reducing opioid use.

Greater Springfield Region

The region's hub - the city of Springfield - is the fourth largest city in New England and offers a booming economy with more affordable pricing and rural feel than its big-city neighbors, making it a perfect destination for businesses or individuals.  With a long history in manufacturing and growing education and healthcare industries, the city's economy is strong. A variety of attractions and entertainment options keep locals happy and attract many visitors who contribute to the thriving tourism industry. A prime location, educated workforce, and low operating costs make the greater Springfield region ideal for any business.

Located at the "crossroads of New England," with easy access to the north-south Interstate 91 and east-west Interstate 90, Springfield is at the geographical center with easy access to the rest of the region and to major airports, rail service and interstate highways adding to the ease of moving products and attracting commuters without the added expense of other major metropolitan areas.

In total, more than 5,500 businesses have chosen to call greater Springfield home. These businesses, which employ more than 61,000 workers, span a variety of industries including manufacturing, healthcare, financial services, retail, and more. 

The areas' location inside the Knowledge Corridor, among the highest concentrations of colleges and universities in the country, ensures an educated workforce to support the region's businesses. With nearly 30 world-renowned higher educational institutions and over 150,000 students, the workforce is plentiful to fill a multitude of jobs.

A diverse variety of recreational and cultural options keep and attract its workforce and have helped build a tourism industry that contributes approximately $662 million annually to the region.

Springfield and its surrounding communities are affordable sites for both businesses and employees to locate. The cost of living in the region is nearly 50 percent less than nearby major metropolitan centers like Boston or New York. Real estate costs are low for both single-family homes - just below the national average - and for industrial and business sites.

Many of the municipalities provide pre-permitting sites and offer tax incentives for locating here, and significant investments in local infrastructure and broadband expansion provide for a business-friendly environment. Since housing and the cost of living are lower in the region than other cities, this adds to the total cost savings for any business looking to locate or expand here.


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Maria Barbagallo
Clinical Recruiter

Phone
(617) 426 - 0600
 ext.3959
Address
30 Winter Place
Boston, MA  02108

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