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FALL 2014

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FALL 2014 PracticeLink.com | 77 Continued the communications account director. And critically ill patients can reach it. "We receive the sickest of the sick patients from across the state," she adds. "And our helipad can accommodate four fights at a time." Among other hos- pitals in its group, St. Joseph Medical Center recently received a three- star quality rating for coronary artery bypass grafting surgery and aortic valve replacement. At another, UM Charles Regional Medical Center, patients can now view their medical information online. All physicians practicing at the hospital are also members of the University of Maryland School of Medicine, founded in 1807 and the U.S.' oldest public medical college. Over the years, it has led the way in teaching improvements from making anatomical dis- section compulsory to offering courses in preventive medicine and, more recently, a dedicated, multidisci- plinary trauma program. It's been the site of the most extensive face transplant to date. But, for hospitals, city involvement does not stop at the doors. Johns Hopkins, for instance, is involved in more than 300 city revitalization programs, includ- ing community building ventures, a children's early head start program, a summer jobs incentive, housing support for male substance abusers and a women's substance abuse program. If Francis Scott Key were living today, he would undoubtedly dream up an anthem to praise not only hospital improvement efforts but also all of the other caring citizens involved in them. n Looking to practice in or near Baltimore? Check out these opportunities on AbsoluteCARE Health Alegis Care AmSurg Baltimore Living Well Center Genesis HealthCare Good Samaritan Hospial of Baltimore Greater Baltimore Medical Center Laurel Regional Hospital Maryland VA Healthcare System MedStar Medical Group (See page 75) Mid-Atlantic Permanente Medical Group MHM Services Univ of Maryland Medical Center (See page 75) Univ of Maryland Baltimore Washington Medical Center Univ of Maryland Healthcare System Univ of Maryland Rehabilitation & Orthopaedic Institute Univ of Maryland St. Joseph Medical Center Patient First Urgent Care Center (See page 33) Righttime Medical Care Sinai Hospital of Baltimore Sound Physicians (See page 24) Southern Hospitalists Towson Medical Center Upper Chesapeake Health Vohra Physician Group ...And more! Control your own schedule with us. MedExpress is physician led, so we know what physicians want. We're committed to providing you with the opportunity to create the work/ life balance you need. – We help you find the schedule that works for you. – You'll work fewer days a month, with no call. – Our administrative and practice support means you don't take the job home. – Competitive compensation completes the picture. Note: In Delaware, MedExpress is referred to as MedExpress Walk-in Care. ©2014, Urgent Care MSO, LLC – Call 304-290-0211 – Email cmccarter.recruiting@medexpress.com – Scan the QR code – Visit medexpress.com/docsUSA MedExpress is a leader in urgent care medicine, with more than 125 full-service facilities in Delaware, Florida, Indiana, Maryland, New Jersey, Pennsylvania, Tennessee, Virginia and West Virginia. medexpress.com Want more time for this? Learn how we can give you the career you want.

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