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FALL 2018

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Practice l ink.com F A ll 2018 79 live & practice Hallmark Health Medical Associates (HHM A) is a physician-led o rganization with p ractice locations in seve ral communities just no rth of Boston. Physician opportunities: Inte rnal Medicine, Family Medicine, and Psychiatry Highlights of our physician-led group: • Com petitive benefits and c reative scheduling • O n-boa rding and mento ring p rog rams • State-of-the-a rt p ractice efficien cy models fo r patient- cente red medical homes • Healthca re's Most Wired Hos pital • Long-te rm talented p ractice management staff • Histo ric communities with sho rt commute times and g reat schools • Located just 6 miles no rth of Boston and an easy d rive to the ocean, boating, hiking, s kiing, museums, and mo re. Become a part of the Hallmark team! Please connect with us: Alison Bruyn · abruyn@hallmarkhealth.org · 781-338-7505 Where Quality of Care Meets Quality of Life. www.hhma.org A member of Hallmark Health System in Massachusetts, including Lawrence Memorial Hospital and Melrose-Wakefield Hospital. C linical partner of Tufts Medical Center. knew I wanted to work at a place with a supportive team atmosphere while also working with physicians that challenge me." She says she knew without a doubt her colleagues at Stillwater Medical Center would foster that type of environment. Becau se Sti l lwater Med ica l Center is a community hospital, there a re a lso other benef its. "All decisions are made by local leadership, both on the management and board level. This allows us to have a cohesive medical team that makes the patients, not the bottom- line, the priority," says Joy Haken, a recruiter at Stillwater Medical Center. Haken also notes the facility is "one of the few community- owned hospitals that has operating margins averaging 7.5 percent over the past five years," indicating a strong sense of financial stability. The 117-bed acute care general hospital serves patients across nor th- centra l Ok la homa , a nd is staffed by more than 1,200 employees and over 100 physicians. I n add ition to the hospita l's recurring awards for high employee satisfaction, the orga n ization has also earned recognition for quality in patient performance and outstanding leadership. According to Haken, Stillwater Medical Center also offers "the latest in technology so our patients don't have to drive out of town to receive medical care," with advancements that include robotic su rgery, Xenex Germ-Zapping Robots and 3D mammography. T h e h o s p i t a l i s c u r r e n t l y recruiting for gastroenterology, internal medicine, hospitalist, interventional cardiology, invasive/ noninvasive cardiology, psychiatry, pu l monolog y a nd emergenc y med ici ne. W hen Ha ken ta l ks to prospective physicians, she highlights that Stillwater is a "small city with a small-town feel, with all the qualities of life that are needed for families to prosper," including great schools, affordable housing and entertainment. Cristy Morrison, president and C eo of Visit Stillwater, underscores the strength of the community in the small city. "Sti l lwater is a n ex tremely

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