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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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PracticeLink.com S UMMER 2019 69 live & practice LIZ FUNK In cities and towns around the country, getting outside is a way of life, and adventure lovers take advantage of nature's playground whenever possible. In Rapid City, South Dakota, state and national parks offer jaw-dropping vistas. In Boise, Idaho, locals head to the mountains after work for night skiing. In Lewes, Delaware, residents and visitors alike play along miles of surf and sand. And in Austin, Texas, enjoying time outdoors is just part of everyday life —whether eating BBQ, listening to music or heading past the city limits to look at the stars. Lewes, Delaware The historic town of Lewes, Delaware, takes pride in its slogan: "The first town in the first state." Founded in 1631, Lewes retains the charm of an old fishing village, but also boasts a vibrant culinary scene and a lively shopping district. In general, Southern Delaware is defined by its laid-back, beachy atmosphere, and it's experiencing growth as families discover the high quality of life it affords. Plus, if you are a lover of watersports, there are miles of coastline to enjoy. " I T ' S A PRIVI lege T o B e AB le T o hel P CAR e for people," says Bobby Gulab, M.D. Gulab is senior vice president and chief medical officer for Beebe Medical Group in Lewes, Delaware. Gulab was born and raised in Delaware and completed his internal medicine residency at Christiana Care, a Delaware-based health system. Gulab began to shift his focus from patient care to hospital administration during the economic recession in 2008. "When the economy was collapsing in 2008, there was so much talk about health care being a broken system. I felt strongly that physicians needed a better —the— GREAT OU T D O OR S LIV e & P r ACTIC e

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