PracticeLink Magazine

Spring 2018

The career development quarterly for physicians of all specialties, PracticeLink Magazine provides readers with feature articles, compensation stats, helpful job search tips—as well as recruitment ads from organizations across the U.S.

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PracticeLink.com S PRIN g 2018 29 RIGHT HERE IN DELAWARE. At Bayhealth, our physicians have access to sandy beaches, boutique and outlet shopping, and countless water sports. With major cities like Philadelphia, Baltimore and New York within close driving distance — the possibilities are endless. Bayhealth is central and southern Delaware's largest health care system and is an affiliate of Penn Medicine in heart and vascular, cancer, and orthopaedics. To learn more about available medical staff positions, contact Physician Recruiter Mark Douyard at 302-744-6603 or email him at Mark_Douyard@bayhealth.org. BAYHEALTH.ORG Find your place on our team. re L oca TI o N: o K • Using a friend or relative in the moving business to move, as long as they are a registered, tax- paying business with a website and appropriate insurances. (Get bids from other movers to document that your cousin's invoice is in line.) • Staying in a reasonable, mid-range hotel en route to your destination. re L oca TI o N: N o T o K • Submitting a $1,500 for movers. (Tips are usually not covered by employers.) • Submitting a handwritten invoice for a cash payment to a mover with no business license, no tax ID and no searchable identity. • Instructing movers to disassemble play structures in the old yard and rebuild them in the new yard at the employer's expense. • Detouring to a resort where nightly rates are double what hotels on your route would have been. • Submitting grocery, drug store or clothing purchases because the closing for your new house was delayed. • Submitting relocation expenses a month after the deadline. Before you submit that expense report, hit "save" and do something else for a few hours. Ask yourself if your reimbursement requests sound reasonable, sensible and fair. If so, you most likely have done a great job and reinforced your terrific reputation with your new employer! THERESE K ARSTEN ( Therese.Karsten@ HCAhealthcare.com) is Director of Physician Recruitment for HCA's Continental Division and a frequent contributor to PracticeLink Magazine.

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