PracticeLink Magazine

Summer 2017

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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Come to Western Maryland and be only two hours from Washington, D.C., Pittsburgh or Baltimore. Excellent salary and benefits · Offices located on campus · Great schools, friendly community · Outdoor recreation including golfing, biking, hiking, fishing, boating Western Maryland is a scenic and historic area that offers endless outdoor amenities and adventures. Opportunities for biking, hiking, boating, skiing, and fishing are just a few. Good schools and friendly neighbors make this your choice for a place to have quality of life. Opportunities available in: Anesthesiologist, Family Medicine, Gastroenterology, Internal Medicine, Non-Invasive Cardiologist, Nurse Practitioner, Palliative Care, Physician Assistant, Psychiatry, Pulmonary Critical Care For more information, contact DOTSY MALONE, Physician Services Representative (866) 362-9647 • · Caring for what matters most Exceptional Quality of Life united health services hospitals is the largest healthcare system and leading private employer in the Greater Binghamton region. As a locally owned, not-for-profit, 500-bed system, it serves over 350,000 residents in the Southern Tier of New York State and portions of Northeast Pennsylvania. We are a regional referral center for such medical specialties as cardiac surgery, neurosurgery, renal dialysis, neonatal intensive care, trauma care, reconstructive surgery, chemical dependency care and physical rehabilitation. Recruiting: CardioThoracic Surgeon, Colorectal, Dermatology, Emergency Medicine, Family Medicine Faculty, Gastroenterology, General, General Surgery, Geriatrician, Hospitalist, Hospitalist Nocturnist, Neurosurgeon, Obstetrics/Gynecology, Orthopedics-Hand, Otolaryngology, Primary Care (FM/IM), Psychiatry, Rheumatology, Trauma, Urgent Care, Urology Contact: Lori Walling Physician Recruitment (607) 763-6392 S u MM e R 2017 25 does that number correspond to the number of opportunities available? That's where the PracticeLink Physician Recruitment Index comes in. The Index is a relative indication of the ease or difficulty of job searches in various specialties based on supply and demand information gathered by the PracticeLink system quarterly. The larger the "Jobs per candidate" number for your specialty, the better your potential standing in the market. The change in rank ref lects the specialty's movement since last quarter. The Most-Challenging-to-Recruit Specialties are those specialties with the highest demand-to-supply ratio in the PracticeLink system. The specialties on this list likely won't come as a surprise to candidates; they're often narrow fields. The Most-In-Demand Specialties represent the specialties that have the most jobs overall posted on P rac ticeLi n k — specia lties for which the demand for physicians is highest. For the Index, we then rank those in - demand specialties according to the supply. Those at the top represent specialties with the most jobs available and the fewest candidates per job. After reading these Indexes, ask yourself: Do these Indexes match your experience of searching for a job in your specialty? Do you need to widen or narrow your job-search parameters as a result? ● This PracticeLink Physician Recruitment Index was pulled April 1. Candidate ratios include physicians who have registered with within the past 24 months.

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