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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PracticeLink.com S PRIN g 2019 67 Practice medicine your way in Sidney, Ohio Autonomy, security, and a great place to practice are what you'll find with Wilson Health. oin our hospital team with the independence of Private Practice and the advantages of Hospital Employment. Enhanced compensation and amazing benefits help you reach financial goals quickly, and full support of an experienced practice management group and supportive administration help you develop your own practice philosophy. J We now have practice opportunities in: Great private and public schools • Affordable housing • Lakes and recreation Just 2 hours from Cincinnati, Columbus and Toledo CONTACT David Andrick, CMSR/FMSD/FASPR, Director of Physician Recruitment dandrick@wilsonhealth.org 937-498-5503 • wilsonhealth.org • FP • Pediatrics • IM Come to Western Maryland and be only two hours from Washington, D.C., Pittsburgh or Baltimore. Excellent salary and benefits · Offices located on campus · Great schools, friendly community · Outdoor recreation including golfing, biking, hiking, fishing, boating Western Maryland is a scenic and historic area that offers endless outdoor amenities and adventures. Opportunities for biking, hiking, boating, skiing, and fishing are just a few. Good schools and friendly neighbors make this your choice for a place to have quality of life. Opportunities available in: Cardiology, Psychiatry, Pulmonary/ Critical Care, Primary Care Providers, Nurse Practitioners For more information, contact DOTSY MALONE, Physician Services Representative (866) 362-9647 • dmalone@wmhs.com · www.wmhs.com Caring for what matters most or "I'm also a Bulldog!" But don't cross the line by asking for details, like "Where is your spouse?" or "What year did you graduate?" Wrapping up the interview As you conclude each meeting, the interviewer will ask you if you have any final questions. Don't hesitate to raise any lingering concerns that may have arisen along the way. It's better to get the information than to head home with an unresolved issue marring your ability to make a decision. If nothing is outstanding, simply ask: What is the next step? When will I hear further? Is there other information or material you need from me? This adds a note of finality and helps express your interest in the position. Interviews can be challenging, and each meeting presents a new scenario to assess and respond to. One interviewer may be warm and inviting, while the next one's aloof attitude may cause you to completely forgo your questions. So get your list of questions ready, but don't worry too much about remembering every single one. Simply identifying your areas of inquiry ahead of time is helpful. This way, you'll not only make a good impression during the interview, but you'll also be more likely to go home with the details you need make the right decision. Win! Find your next practice— and enter to win a $500 gift card— at PracticeLink.com/Win.

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