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FALL 2017

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80 FALL 2017   PracticeLink.com Be the center of it all. Baptist Health continues to recruit the best physicians, providing the best care for the community. We have employed and non- employed opportunities available in the following specialties: Breast Surgery Cardiology Endocrinology Family Medicine Faculty Gastroenterology General Surgery Hematology / Oncology Internal Medicine Interventional Cardiology Maternal Fetal Medicine Neuro-surgery Neurology / Neuro-Intensivist OB / GYN Palliative Care Pediatrics Psychiatry Pulmonary / Critical Care Rheumatology Urology Vascular Surgery Contact Karen Ludick, Physician Recruitment Coordinator at (334) 273-4507 or kmludick@baptistfirst.org for more information about any of these specialties. BUILD YOUR CAREER at the hospital of choice. Community Hospital in Grand Junction, Colorado, is a full-service, acute-care hospital licensed for 60 beds. We offer full outpatient diagnostic services and inpatient care for the Western Slope region of Colorado, and eastern Utah. Community Hospital brings together expert staff and world- class technology in a healing, family-centered environment. We have comprehensive diagnostic capabilities: state-of-the-art ultrasound, CT (Philips Ingenuity 128 MDCT), digital mammography and cardiac testing. Community Hospital proudly partners with University of Utah Heath Care and Huntsman Cancer Institute to provide world-class medical and radiation oncology right here at home. Learn more about physician careers— yourcommunityhospital.com administration fellowship at the University of Colorado Hospital. Davidson became the vice chair for the anesthesiology department and served in leadership roles at the University of Colorado Hospital. Davidson's wife, Amy Gagnon, M.D., also has deep ties to the University of Colorado. "I did my undergraduate degree and medical school at the University of Colorado," she says. "I knew from medical school that I wanted to do maternal fetal medicine. I was interested in the medical complications and the ultrasound aspect of maternal fetal medicine. I was fortunate to match at the University of Colorado for my residency and a three-year fellowship in maternal fetal medicine." When a top position at St. Mary's Medical Center in Grand Junction, Colora do, op ene d , Dav id son interviewed and was hired. He's now president. The hospital, part of SC l Health, also had a need for a maternal fetal medicine specialist, and Gagnon was hired as well. "It's a complex hospital in a relatively rural area," Davidson says. "We provide a lot of services here, and they're services that are not typically found in a smaller area like this. We have two helicopters and a plane, and a strong aeromedical program. A third of our patient volume comes from outside of our county, Mesa County. We're a Level II trauma center, but we act like a Level I trauma center. We have a Level III NIC u . We offer cardiac surgery and neurosurgery, and we have a primary stroke center." The nearby Community Hospital, a 501(c)(3) non-profit hospital in

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