PracticeLink Magazine

Winter 2018

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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Page 68 of 91 W INTER 2018 69 live & practice For more information, contact Holly Lestage, Provider Recruitment Manager 508-973-2765 More than medicine. Southcoast Health is one of the largest and fastest growing health systems in New England. Since its inception in 1996, Southcoast has become a sought-after destination for health care professionals. As a thriving part of the New England medical community, Southcoast Health offers practice excellence in an environment you want to call home. Southcoast Health is backboned by the Southcoast Physicians Group which has grown to 400+ providers, and we're still growing. This integrated multi-specialty group spans our three hospitals in Southeastern Massachusetts and extends into parts of Rhode Island. We strive to recognize each community's identity while sharing one mission: To care for and improve the health and to promote the wellness of the individuals and communities we serve. We currently have openings in Family Practice, Internal Medicine, Urgent Care, GI, Dermatology, Endocrinology, ID, Neurology, Rheumatology, Pulmonary/Critical Care, Hospitalist, OB/GYN, ENT, and Thoracic Surgery. When Beach began job searching, she saw a pediatrician opportunity with St. Vincent Medical Group, a subsidiary of Ascension, the country's largest nonprofit health system. She applied and was hired. "One of my reasons for my move to St. Vincent was that I wanted to be somewhere for a long time and work with patients over a long period. Unless a family moves, when you're a pediatrician, you stay with people for a while. You get to see people have siblings," says Beach. St. Vincent Carmel has a special focus on women and families. In 2015, the 121-bed hospital opened the St. Vincent Carmel Women's Health Center. Says Seth Turner, a primary care physician recruiter for St. Vincent's Health, the hospital is proactive about acquiring cutting- edge technology to support their patient care. Says Turner, "One of St. Vincent Carmel's featured offerings is an Advanced Breast Care program with care navigators and the newest 3-D mammography technology, tomosynthesis, which is considered the 'mammogram of the future,' especially for women who have dense breast tissue. This machine can take a three- dimensional snapshot allowing radiologists to look for tumors layer by layer, almost like flipping the pages of a book." Additionally, says Turner, St. Vincent Carmel offers da Vinci robotic surgery for gynecological and other surgical procedures, and breast oncology and reconstruction surgery. The hospital also operates a Women's Cardiac Risk Clinic. Turner is currently recruiting for hospitalists, internal medicine physicians and nocturnists. St. Vincent's main campus is in Indianapolis, 25 minutes from Carmel; St. Vincent Hospital is the flagship location of St. Vincent Health. Indianapolis has several prominent health systems that operate or are headquartered in the city. Franciscan Health operates Franciscan Health Indianapolis, a hospital known for its full-service heart and vascular care program. Indiana University Health (I u Health) operates three hospitals in Indianapolis, including I u Health

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