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FALL 2017

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live & practice Now recruiting in and around Fayetteville on PracticeLink.com HealthSouth Medical Associates of Northwest Arkansas (MANA) 84 Washington Regional Universal Health Services, Inc. 84 FALL 2017   PracticeLink.com About ProMedica ProMedica is a locally-owned, nonprofit health system providing quality health care services to 27 counties in northwest Ohio and southeast Michigan. We're a network of hospitals, physicians, health care professionals, researchers, and specialty clinics and facilities. We offer a full range of diagnostic, medical, and surgical specialties in areas such as emergency medicine and trauma, heart and vascular, oncology, orthopaedics, neurology, women's services, and children's services. Employment with ProMedica Physicians includes: • Competitive compensation & performance incentives • Generous vacation & CME allowance • Generous benefit package, including malpractice insurance & assistance with relocation. • Being part of a diverse provider network focused on high-quality, patient-centered care. • Teaching & research opportunities ProMedica Physicians is an ever-expanding network of employed advanced practice providers and physicians board certified in nearly 30 specialties. We have more than 900 physicians and advanced practice providers in northwest Ohio and southeast Michigan. With connections to leading hospitals and a wide spectrum of health services, we work to give patients easy access to compassionate, quality health care. Opportunities available: • Anesthesia – General, Pediatric • Associate Program Directors, Family Medicine Residency • Cardiology • Cardiac Electrophysiology • Dermatology • Family Medicine • Internal Medicine • Gastroenterology (Ohio and Michigan) • Hematology/Oncology • Hospitalists • Neurosurgery • Neurology • Obstetrics • Occupational Medicine • Ophthalmology • Optometry • Orthopaedic Surgery • Otolaryngology • Neurotology • Pediatrics – Part time faculty for family medicine residency • Pediatric General and subspecialties: Gastroenterology, Neurology and Neurosurgery • Pulmonology • Surgery – General, Trauma • Urology For more information, please email Jackie Vankirk at Jackie.VanKirk@ProMedica.org, Deanna Stocker at Deanna.Stocker@ProMedica.org or Brett Banks at Brett.Banks@ProMedica.org promedica.org/careers © 2017 ProMedica already had this dual interest in nutrition and weight loss. At the time, bariatric surgery was still in its infancy, but the seed was planted in my head." Today, McCullough is a bariatric surgeon for ProMedica, a health system with four hospitals in metro Toledo and 12 hospitals across northwest Ohio and southeast Michigan. There are more than 900 physicians and advanced practice providers employed by ProMedica. Another major health system in the Toledo area is Mercy Health, a Catholic health care ministry that operates three hospitals in the greater Toledo area and four hospitals within an 80-mile radius of Toledo. In Toledo, Mercy Health - St. Anne Hospital is a 128 bed facility; Mercy Health - St. Charles Hospital is a 410 bed facility; and Mercy Health - St. Vincent Medical Center is a 568 bed facility. "We are broad in terms of the fact that we have everything from a Level I trauma center to the region's only burn and reconstructive skin center. We are comprehensive stroke certified. We have the only 24/7 mobile stroke unit in the country," says Tom Leeds, director of medical staff recruitment at Mercy Health. Additionally, all of Mercy's metro Toledo hospitals have a da Vinci Robot, including the new da Vinci Xi surgical system. Leeds says that, at any given time, he recruits for 45 to 55 positions. "The focus in our market for Mercy Health is primary care, neuroscience, vascular surgery, orthopedics and pediatric subspecialties," he says. Toledo has a population of 280,000 and a metro population of 600,000. "There are an inordinate amount of great things to do in the Toledo area," says Richard Nachazel, president of Destination Toledo. "We have an internationally acclaimed museum of art. We have a beautiful smoke- free casino. The casino has one of the best steakhouse restaurants in the city. We have two iconic professional sports teams: the Toledo Mud Hens, who are popular in baseball circles, and the Toledo Walleyes. They're a hockey team and they just won their division. They made playoffs for the Kelly Cup." And then, of course, there is golf. Toledo has contributed significantly to the history of golf. "A man named S.P. Jermain was known around the United States as the father of public golf," Nachazel says. "He built the first golf course west of New York City here

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