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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THIS PLACE IS AMAZING So is the difference YOU can make From the moment you walk into a Greenville Health System facility, you see the positive difference. It's in the friendly way we address each patient and employee. It's in the advanced technology and training centers that attract some of the finest professionals in the nation. It's in the strategic partnerships, the innovative teaching models and the invaluable learning opportunities that make GHS a best-in-class employer. » RECRUITING FOR ALL SPECIALTIES IN THE GREENVILLE / UPSTATE, SC AREA Find out how you can make a difference at www.ghs.org/physicianrecruitment. Contact Kendra Hall, Senior Physician Recruiter physicianservices@ghs.org · (800) 772-6987 · (864) 797-6114 78  S u MM e R 2017 PracticeLink.com live & practice raise a family, with close proximity to larger metro cities, an excellent airport for travel connecting to Atlanta and low cost of living." "I feel l i ke people th i n k of Columbus as a hidden gem," says Nancy Carpenter, executive director and C eo of Visit Columbus. "People frequently say to me, 'I had no idea that Columbus was this pretty.'" Carpenter explains, "We're a town of 25,000, and the county has 50,000 people. We have 135 restaurants and 1,600 hotel rooms. We have a brand-new Fairfield Inn, a Courtyard and a Marriott, and we're getting a new Holiday Inn Express in January." Carpenter notes that Columbus is one of the largest industrial markets in Mississippi, adding, "We got a great burst of economic development." She continues, "We're fortunate for our location. We're in the middle of a lot of communities that are thriving, not just surviving. If people like old-world charm and Southern hospitality, they're certainly in the right place. But they can also have great recreation a nd modern cu lina ry choices and housing options. People can certainly enjoy being in Columbus in a quaint historic area or a thriving neighborhood that is child-friendly." There's plenty to do in Columbus, thanks in part to Mississippi's warm climate. Carpenter says, "We have a terrific waterway — it's the largest ma nmade waterway a fter the Panama Canal. There's boating and fishing on the waterway, and every summer, we have Fireworks on the Water where 10,000 people come out to see an elaborate fireworks display. People also enjoy the riverwalk. There is a 45-mile path that people like to walk and run." As for Reed, he is able to work at a cutting-edge medical center and spend his weekends at his cabin in the woods. During the past hunting season, he provided deer meat to four needy families in the Columbus area. Reed's commitment to caring for others extends to his life outside the hospital. He says that this sense of community is simply part of life in Columbus. BANGOR, MAINE Bangor, Maine, offers the visual beauty of New England, including the picturesque summers and the winters that look borrowed from

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