PracticeLink Magazine

Summer 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 28 of 83 S UMMER 2019 29 J O B D O C T O R Chesapeake | Norfolk | Virginia Beach | Suffolk Hampton | Newport News | Williamsburg | Yorktown Gloucester | Urbanna | West Point After Hours Care • Allergy • Immunology • Audiology • Cardiology • Central Laboratory • Clinical Research Cosmetic and Reconstructive Surgery Dermatology • Endocrinology • ENT • Otolaryngology • Family Medicine Internal Medicine • Geriatric Medicine • Gastroenterology • General Surgery • Hernia Center Colorectal Surgery • Hospitalist • Imaging and Breast Center • Nephrology • Neurology • Nutrition Services Obstetrics and Gynecology • Ophthalmology • Orthopedics • Spine • Sports Medicine • Foot and Ankle Pain Medicine • Pediatrics • Physical Therapy • Fitness • Procedure Suite • Psychiatry and Behavioral Medicine Pulmonology • Rheumatology • Sleep Health • Urology • Weight Loss Medicine Administrative Staff Support Leadership Positions Available Leadership Positions Available Administrative Staff Support Administrative Physician Owned and Operated Leadership Positions Leadership Positions Available Physician Directed Quality Care Shareholder Status Available Physician Directed Quality Care Physician Physician Directed Quality Care Physician Accountable Care Organization Leadership Positions Available Accountable Care Organization Accountable Care Organization Autonomy of True Experience Care Contact Steven Leblang, MD 757.232.8764 Career Opportunities Available They dig into your family's needs Because in-house recruiters know that a balanced life is critical to a healthy life, they want to find out how you define your balance. What things must be proximal to your home? How long of a commute do you need in order to put work behind you? Do you want to live in a loft, in a gated community or on acres of land? They help you imagine your next step What do you envision for your practice? You may have experienced a variety of settings in medical school, residency and fellowship: academic and community, for-profit and not-for-profit, large group practices and maybe even solo practices. What have you experienced in each of those models that you hope to experience in your next practice? Is it present or is it possible with the opportunity you're considering? Your in-house recruiter can tell you that. They help you think about your future W hat are your goals for the future? If you have something in mind, make it known. You may learn something important about the organization's culture by the way this information is received. If you come to an agreement that there may be a match, there is another important service your in-house recruiter will help provide: an excellent site visit that will take all your needs into consideration and help you see the community, facility, leaders and potential colleagues firsthand. Never underestimate the ability and the willingness of your in-house recruiter to advocate for you, their organization and their community. They are determined to find the right match that will become a long-term relationship for all. CHARLENE PLOT YCIA ( is a physician recruiter at Mercy. Read more about our contributors on page 22.

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