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46 WINTER 2015 Te Weather Is Beautiful. Wish You Were (Practicing) Here. BC1403681_0814 n Breast surgery n Cardiothoracic surgery n Interventional cardiology n Noninvasive cardiology n Family medicine outpatient n Gastroenterology n General surgery n General thoracic surgery n Internal medicine outpatient n Obstetrics/gynecology n Neurosurgery n Gynecology/oncology n Hematology/oncology n Hospitalist and nocturnist n Otolaryngology n Pediatrics n Pediatric hematology/ oncology n Pediatric surgery n Rheumatology n Urgent care Email your CV: BMGProviderRecruitment To learn more about rewarding physician opportunities: (813) 321-6625 Life's too short to practice medicine just anywhere. An inviting career opportunity awaits you with BayCare Medical Group, part of BayCare Health System, a leading and dynamic multihospital Florida health care organization on the west central Gulf coast. We are offering opportunities in: For more information, please contact Carolina Chaves, Physician Recruiter · (508) 941-7568 There are physicians, and then there are Signature Physicians. Join a winning team. At Signature Healthcare, physicians are the foundation of our team, with physician representation on our boards of directors, integrated care coordination with support staf , and full marketing assistance. Signature Healthcare is an environment where a practice can grow and a physician can excel. Located just 21 miles from Boston, Signature Healthcare is one of the largest integrated healthcare systems in Southeastern Massachusetts; encompassing the award-winning Brockton Hospital and Signature Medical Group, a multi-specialty, multi-site physician group practice. Meet some of your future co-workers at or suburb but knew that a small town wasn't in her future. Not that a smaller community wasn't appealing, but Dominguez recognized that she hadn't had the broad surgical training needed to serve the needs of a smaller community. "People in other programs get training in removing gallbladders," for example, which she hadn't had as a family practice resident. For that reason, she wanted to join a practice that specialized in serving moms and healthy babies, which she thought she would be much more likely to f nd in an urban or suburban setting. RELATED Making a list, checking it twice · making-a-list/ Dominguez grew up in the suburbs of southern California and knew from an early age that she wanted to be a physician. She went to high school in San Diego and did her undergradu- ate work at UCLA in kinesiology. She then intentionally took a year off after college to do something she knew she wouldn't have the opportunity to do once she proceeded with her medical training and taught fourth grade at an underserved bilingual elementary school. Med school at the University of California at San Diego came next, followed by residency at Long Beach Memorial. Knowing that she wanted to perform obstetrical care in private practice, she pursued further OB training during residency and became the chief OB resident at Long Beach, taking advanced OB electives at several busy urban hospitals. During the early years of her medi- cal career, Dominguez began heading to a more holistic approach in treating 2 0 1 5 AN N UAL Quality of Life issue A sense of place Continued

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