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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 81 Join MercyOne Looking for an opportunity to provide personalized health care to communities throughout Iowa and the surrounding area? Formerly known as Mercy Health Network, this strong network was renamed MercyOne on Feb. 1. MercyOne operates under a joint agreement between two of the nation's largest Catholic health systems – Catholic Health Initiatives and Trinity Health – to meet the health care needs of those living in and around Iowa. MercyOne proudly features: l 4 0+ hospitals and 230+ clinics across the state l More highly-rated specialty services than any network in Iowa l 20,000+ health-focused team members committed to the communities we serve Employment opportunities exist across our state-wide network, including the MercyOne Northeast Iowa Region, formerly known as Wheaton Franciscan Healthcare–Iowa. Pursue opportunities in Family Medicine, General and Bariatric Surgery, Obstetrics and Gynecology and more, at MercyOne.org/waterloo/for- healthcare-professionals . Contact Lori Landsgard, MercyOne Physician Recruiter, at lori.landsgard@mercyhealth.com or 319-272-7325. "OF ALL THE LIVES I'VE IMPROVED, MINE WAS THE MOST UNEXPECTED." Appreciative patients • Friendly Ohio towns • Excellent care If you chose a career in medicine to give back, you'll find your calling at Holzer. Learn more at Holzer.org/careers. for more info, contact Ginger Canaday-Thompson gthompson@holzer.org | 740-645-7596 providers within the health system for assistance. "Working together a nd emphasizing a tea mwork approach is highly valued inside the system," adds Canaday-Thompson. There are also numerous teaching opportunities available to providers, thanks to the organization's g M e program, which accepts medical students from both the West Virginia School of Osteopathic Medicine and the Ohio University Heritage College of Osteopathic Medicine. T h e r e a r e a l s o t e a c h i n g opportunities in the Family Medicine Residency Program, which opened its doors three years ago. Four of the current family medicine residents, including Bryant, have signed on to begin permanent employment at Holzer once their residencies are complete, which is a testament to their positive experiences. "Hol zer ta kes ca re of thei r physicians," says Bryant. "They're very kind and supportive. There are some amazing teachers that have really helped me become the physician that I am today. They really want you to succeed." That same sense of support exists outside the hospital, too. Holzer Family Practice Medical Director Lance Broy, M.D., notes Gallipolis seems to embrace young families with open arms. When Canaday- Thompson talks to candidates, the family-friendly culture is something she emphasizes. If you happen to be coming to the area on your own, do not fear. Your neighbors, who will often be willing to go out of their way for you, can become like family. There is plenty to do in Gallipolis, especially around the holidays, when the Gallipolis In Lights event "takes

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