PracticeLink Magazine

FALL 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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PROfles ™ To respond to these opportunities, visit Tell them you found them in PracticeLink Magazine! 96 | FALL 2014 MICHIGAN PLEASE RESPOND TO: SEEKING: CCM, FP, IM, NP, PA/ NP, PD, P Patrick O'Neill Physician Services Coordinator 1900 Columbus Avenue Bay City, MI 48708 (231) 487-7584 McLaren Bay Region At McLaren Bay Region, we strive to be Michigan's best value in healthcare as defined by quality, outcome and cost. After merging four hospitals during the 1970s and 1980s, McLaren Bay Region developed a full continuum of health services for Eastern Michigan. With acute care at McLaren Bay Region's Main Campus and Bay Special Care Hospital West Campus, including home health services, women's health and rehabilitation services, and more than 2,000 employees, we provide quality care to nearly a half million people in East Michigan. We promote teamwork, ongoing training and education, and encourage personal freedom and growth. Leadership and excellence in performance are sought and rewarded here. About our Community McLaren Bay Region is fortunate to be located in Bay County, one of the finest educational, recreational and cultural areas in the Great Lakes. The area includes 30 miles of shoreline which provides outstanding opportunities for bird watching, boating, fishing, camping, and swimming. Bay County enjoys a very low crime rate, excellent shopping, and a wide variety of housing options. Classic and stately homes, dating back to the rich lumber history of the area, newer suburban housing, country-club condos and apartment living combine to provide something for everyone's taste. Colleges and universities are within commuting distances, and diverse geography allows for a home on the river or bay, in the country, city or suburbs. PLEASE RESPOND TO: SEEKING: MICHIGAN EM, END, FP, GE, PUD, RO, U Jacki Courney, CPS, ND Physician Recruitment Manager 1721 S. Stephenson Avenue Iron Mountain, MI 49801 800-236-3240 fax 906-776-5347 Dickinson County Healthcare System Dickinson County Healthcare System has served the Upper Peninsula of Michigan and adjoining counties of northeast Wisconsin since 1951. We provide inpatient, outpatient, diagnostic and specialty services along with an extensive community health education program aimed at illness prevention and health preservation. Progressive in nature, the healthcare system paved the way to the 21st century by opening the doors of its new $29 million, 97-bed Dickinson Memorial Hospital in 1996, followed by an attached medical office building in 1997. Three other recent expansions include a Rad/Onc Center, an additional OR suite, and expanded Radiology and Rehab Services. These improvements plus a strong physician recruitment program will guarantee accessible and affordable quality healthcare to the area now and for generations to come. About our Community Dickinson County is located on the border of the Upper Peninsula of Michigan and northern Wisconsin. The four seasons provide an abundance of recreational activities including golf, water sports, snow mobiling, skiing, hunting, fishing, hiking, biking and more. Pace of life is slower, and a traffic jam here can be a flock of turkeys crossing the road. Iron Mountain is an hour and a half from Green Bay, Wisconsin and five hours from Chicago, Illinois. The area is very family-oriented, friendly and safe, with a low crime rate. Education is a high priority here. There are many excellent school systems from which to choose. Secondary education is also accessible. Bay College, in Escanaba, has recently completed construction of its Iron Mountain extension campus. We work closely with the college for clinical rotations for many of its healthcare

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