PracticeLink Magazine

Spring 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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Page 48 of 91 S PRIN g 2019 49 Find Mid-Atlantic employers in one place—! If you are looking to practice in a community big or small and enjoy a four season lifestyle, we invite you to explore the Mid-Atlantic! MAPRA is comprised of over 100 in-house recruiters representing individual hospitals and health systems within the Mid-Atlantic Region. To view open positions in our region and apply directly online visit Looking for a job in the Mid-Atlantic Region? Delaware, Maryland, Virginia, West Virginia, Pennsylvania, New Jersey, and Washington D.C. 602 Michigan Avenue Holland MI 49423 Michigan's West Coast A special place to work and live. Send CV to Beth Brackenridge, or call (616) 355-3898. Explore more at Located along the breathtaking shores of Lake Michigan, Holland is a veritable playground for families, beach-goers and outdoor enthusiasts. With a high quality of life, a welcoming medical staff and supportive hospital, this is the perfect place to practice. Currently Recruiting: • Family Medicine • Hospital Medicine • Internal Med/Peds • Psychiatry • Rheumatology • Urology does that number correspond to the number of opportunities available? That's where the PracticeLink Physician Recruitment Index comes in. The Index is a relative indication of the ease or difficulty of job searches in various specialties based on supply and demand information gathered by the PracticeLink system quarterly. The larger the "jobs per candidate" number for your specialty, the better your potential standing in the market. The change in rank ref lects the specialty's movement since last quarter. The Most-Challenging-to-Recruit Specialties are those specialties with the highest demand-to-supply ratio in the PracticeLink system. The specialties on this list likely won't come as a surprise to candidates; they're often narrow fields. The Most-In-Demand Specialties represent the specialties that have the most jobs overall posted on P rac ticeLi n k — specia lties for which the demand for physicians is highest. For the Index, we then rank those in-demand specialties according to the supply. Those at the top represent specialties with the most jobs available and the fewest candidates per job. After reading these Indexes, ask yourself: Do these Indexes match my experience of searching for a job in my specialty? Do I need to widen or narrow my job-search parameters as a result? T h i s P r a c t i c e Li n k P h y s i c i a n Recr uitment Inde x wa s pulled January 2019. Candidate ratios include physicians who have registered with within the past 24 months.

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