PracticeLink Magazine

SUMMER 2014

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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32 | PracticeLink.com SUMMER 2014 I F YOU'VE STARTED looking for a new practice, you have prob- ably searched PracticeLink. com conf dentially to see what opportunities are available. Or perhaps you've already registered with us and shared some of your basic informa- tion, such as your name, degree, education and when you're avail- able to start a new practice. But your job search is about more than your graduation dates and training stats. It's about f nd- ing the best available f t for your professional interests, your personal needs and your family's future. Taking a few more steps with PracticeLink will help you person- alize and supercharge your search. What is PracticeLink? PracticeLink is the most widely used career advancement resource for physicians. We help more than 20,000 registered physicians and advanced practitioners each year connect with the more than 5,000 health care systems and medical fa- cilities that use PracticeLink to f nd and recruit job-seeking providers. We're not a search f rm. All our services are free for providers. And no matter where you are in your career—residency, fellowship or practicing—PracticeLink can help. Start your job search at Practic- eLink.com, where you can either search our Job Bank anonymously or create a free Web-CV prof le to respond to any of the more than 17,000 jobs posted now. If you choose to create a pro- f le, we will also email you new or updated opportunities within your practice preferences twice a week. You may also gain ac- cess to highly desirable op- portunities not yet posted. How does PracticeLink personalize my job search? After you register with Practic- eLink, one of our friendly and professional Physician Relations team members will schedule a brief phone interview with you to understand the "what" and "why" behind your job search. In this short phone call—we call it an "inDepth Interview"—we will gather the details about what you are looking for both in a practice and community. Want to relocate closer to family? Looking for a particular climate? Need to stay close to your current location? Our goal is to help you paint a more comprehensive picture of your job search. This saves you time by helping in-house recruiters decide if you might be interested in their community and opportu- nity before reaching out to you. We can also answer any ques- tions you might have about your job search, and all of this at ab- solutely no cost to job-seekers. By starting your job search on PracticeLink.com and taking a few minutes to speak with our Physician Relations team, you can improve your chances at f nding your dream practice more quickly. We look forward to helping you make your job search more enjoy- able and the outcome more reward- ing and putting you in the driver's seat of this important step in your career. ● Brian Brown (Brian.Brown@PracticeLink.com) is the manager of PracticeLink's Physician Relations Department. 3 easy ways to power up your job search 1. Start searching for opportunities at PracticeLink.com. 2. Call (800) 776-8383 and ask to speak to one of our friendly Physician Relations representatives. 3. Email your CV to CV@PracticeLink.com, and we'll take it from there! Smart ways to use PracticeLink to advance your career PracticeLink Tips By BRIAN BROWN Putting you in the driverÕs seat of your job search Take the next step with PracticeLink, and supercharge your search. Your job search is about more than your graduation dates and training stats. It's about finding the best available fit for your professional interests, your personal needs and your family's future. 2 4 3 - S u m 1 4 . i n d d 3 2 243-Sum14.indd 32 6 / 1 3 / 1 4 1 2 : 5 3 P M 6/13/14 12:53 PM

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