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FALL 2014

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80 | PracticeLink.com FALL 2014 3: "Schools and educational systems are fantastic." 4. "I like that the Fox Cities are, from a physician's standpoint, large enough that I can maintain some level of anonymity but small enough that I do run into patients from time to time." Recruiting notwithstanding, he adds, "I think it speaks volumes that we have so many physicians who come back home because they know how good it is here." Some programs of both health care institutions in the city—Appleton and St. Elizabeth Hospitals—could be models for some of America's most presti- gious institutions. Beginning with frst physician encounters at Appleton Hospital, the keyword is effciency, as well as high-quality care. In fact, notes spokesperson Megan Wilcox, "We bring patients in to help us educate care team members and improve processes," such as making appointments at more convenient times and providing same-day lab results. FastCare clinics are open 24/7. A Com- munity Health Action Team has helped improve care in the hos- pital itself. Extending care to the wider area includes "community plunges" to determine residents' needs, taking services to many county families and matching poor families with community mentors. St. Elizabeth Hospital is in a multi-year process to completely renovate and update its campus, much of the plan based on sug- gestions from some 700 patients www.watsonclinic.com Nestled Between Tampa Bay Beaches and Orlando Attractions To apply for a practice opportunity, please send your CV to Sharon Paul: wcphysicians@watsonclinic.com · 800-854-7786 Watson Clinic continues to raise the bar by selecting medical staff that are the most talented—and promising —visionaries from the fi nest medical schools around the country. It has evolved into one of the largest and most successful medical groups in the Southeast with over 220 physicians practicing in 39 specialties and off ers a wealth of strengths and benefi ts to physicians seeking a home for their practice. With year-round moderate weather, 243 days of sunshine, and some of the country's best sports teams and world-renowned attractions, Lakeland/Central Florida is an ideal place to live! We welcome your interest and invite you to contact us for more details. OPPORTUNITIES: Dermatology/Dermatopathology, Hospitalist, Family Medicine, Neurology, Total Joint-Orthopedic Surgery, Rheumatology, Vascular Surgery, Physician Asst/Nurse Practitioner No State Income Tax! Everything is finer in Carolina…Primary care jobs with FQHCs (nHSC loan-repayment eligible sites), independent RHCs, and hospital owned practices on the coast, in the foothills, and everywhere in between. Opportunities Available In: Family Practice, Internal Medicine, Ob/Gyn, and Pediatrics Envision a Health Care Career in South Carolina For more information, contact the South Carolina Office of Rural Health 803.454.3850 x2009 • fax 803.454.3860 E-mail stacey@scorh.net www.scorh.net 107 Saluda Pointe Dr., lexington, SC 29072 The SC Office of Rural Health provides candidate referrals to RHCs, FQHCs, and its member hospitals. Appleton, Wisconsin Continued from previous page Live and Practice Soccer cities

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