PracticeLink Magazine

FALL 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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86 FALL 2017 live & practice Now recruiting on American Family Care American Physician Partners Ascension Health 7 Correct Care Solutions EmCare 24 EMrecruits Evicore Healthcare Hospital Corporation of America Indian Health Service LifePoint Health MHM Services, Inc. Nashville General Hospital Sound Physicians State of Tennessee Universal Health Services, Inc. Veterans Health Administration in Toledo, Ottawa Park. It was built in 1899. In 1920, they added a second nine holes." S.P. Jermain also founded the Inverness Club, opened in 1903, which is today a well- known course that has hosted two P g A Championships and four u .S. Opens. In 2021, the Inverness Club will host the Solheim Cup, which, according to Nachazel, "is the highest level of professional golf competition for lady golfers." However, no need to be intimidated by the Inverness Club's stature. Nachazel says that, because golf is part of the culture in Toledo, many courses are family-friendly and even encourage children to learn the game. "There is a young people's golfing program at courses in the area called First Tee. Inverness has a First Tee program," Nachazel said. "The whole goal is to build the popularity of the game with youngsters. I am teaching my grandson and granddaughters. The courses in Toledo are very welcoming to children." "If you like to golf, Toledo is great," McCullough agrees. "There are fabulous golf courses, public and private. There are more than two dozen golf courses within Toledo." McCullough's leisure time tends to revolve around his family, including his three children, who are 15, 12 and 10. "Toledo has a lot of activities for kids," McCullough says. "We have one of the best zoos in the country and a great children's museum downtown." Overall, McCullough says the best part of living and practicing in Toledo is the friendly, easygoing people. Their congenial nature makes patients easy to work with. "One of the best parts of practicing in Ohio is the people," McCullough says. "Patients show up for appointments, they listen to you, and they are grateful. Toledo is a great place to practice medicine. I love it." Franklin, Tennessee Located just outside Nashville, Franklin, Tennessee, is perfectly situated for doctors, families, country music lovers and golfers alike. Its sunny weather and southern hospitality infused with the hustle and bustle from the nearby metropolis makes Franklin a best-of- both-worlds hub for physicians. Millard Collins, M.D., has a passion for family practice. He is the interim chair and an associate professor of family and community medicine at Meharry Medical College, the medical school affiliated with Nashville General Hospital, a teaching hospital with 125 beds. Collins also serves as the associate dean for student affairs at Meharry Medical College. "Being a native New Orleanian, I attended

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