PracticeLink Magazine

Winter 2019

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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72 W INTER 2019 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: IM, FM, FM w/O B, Psychiatry NP/PA opportunities: Acute Ca re/ICU, Prima ry Ca re, Psychiatry, Pulmona ry Highlights of our physician-led group: • Com petitive benefits and c reative scheduling • Full hos pitalist su p po rt • O n boa rding and mento ring p rog rams • Am bulato ry flow model based u pon lean methodology and patient-cente red medical homes • Long-te rm talented p ractice management staff • Ca ree r advan cement o p po rtunities • 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 · · 781-338-7505 Where Quality of Care Meets Quality of Life. · A m e m b e r o f M e l ro s eWa ke fi e ld H ea l th ca re i n Ma s sa c h u s e t ts i n c l u d i n g La w re n c e M e m o ria l H o s p ita l o f M ed fo rd a n d M e l ro s e -Wa ke fi e ld H o s p ita l. C linical partner of Tufts Medical Center. m u s i c s c e n e s a r o u n d — t a k e that, Nashville!" When you want to get outside, M i l w a u k e e h a s a b u n d a n t opportunities for kayaking, biking, sailing, snowshoeing, tobogganing, skating, skiing and more. "You have all the big city amenities with all the feel of small, friendly neighborhoods," adds Cooper. "I would tell physicians considering r e l o c a t i n g t o M i l w a u k e e — welcome home!" Homewood, Alabama S i t u a t e d a t t h e f o o t h i l l s o f t h e A p p a l a c h i a n Mo u n t a i n s , Birmingham, Alabama, is a southern hub for health care. Newcomers to the greater Birmingham area, which includes the suburb of Homewood, are often struck by the natural beauty of the area, which also boasts a strong sense of community and hospitality, not to mention a low cost of living despite its cosmopolitan charm. Health care is the largest employment sector in Birmingham, and incoming physicians are welcomed with open arms into area hospitals and practices. J AY Me YT h A le R , M.D., DID not wa nt to reti re from medicine. After working for over 30 years in public academic med ica l hospita ls, i nclud i ng serving as chair of his department at Wayne State University for more than 12 years, he moved back to Birmingham. He'd practiced at the University of Alabama at Birmingham earlier in his career, and the city was a good fit again. T houg h no one cou ld fau lt Meythaler if he did want to retire, he says he simply wasn't done taking care of patients. In his current role as the medical director for Encompass Health Shelby County, Meythaler enjoys the opportunity to work with rehab patients, which is the hospital's primary focus. The facility only opened in April of 2018, and Meythaler was a key player. Both he and his wife are happy in Birmingham. "My hospital is on the back side of Oak Mountain. It has backpacking trails; I'm looking at the mountain right now from my

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