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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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PracticeLink.com Winter 2018 75 live & practice Now recruiting at PracticeLink.com Ascension Deaconess Health System Digestive Care Center e mCare e mergency Staffing Solutions i CAH n r ural r ecruitment Methodist Hospital Owensboro Health 12 Pain Management Group Springstone, i nc. t eamHealth 91 Veterans Health Administration Waring attended Molloy College in Rockville Centre, New York, located on Long Island approximately 20 miles east of New York City. Waring was a senior in college on September 11, 2001, and he was one of the first ambulance responders. "They asked for additional ambulances to come. We got a crew together, and we went into the city," says Waring. His ambulance was staged at New York-Presbyterian Lower Manhattan Hospital, blocks from ground zero, and the team stayed overnight. Waring described the situation as "chaotic." The experience fully solidified his interest in critical care. He attended Ross University School of Medicine and completed his residency at Rochester General Hospital in upstate New York. Waring completed a fellowship in pulmonary/critical care medicine at the University of Connecticut. After two years in Connecticut, an advertisement from Owensboro Health caught Waring's eye. " I came to visit the hospital and thought it was gorgeous," Waring says. "I came down for a second look and decided it was where I wanted to be." At Owensboro Health Regional Hospital, Waring works in a hospital- based private practice. He finds the combination of the work that he's doing, the personality of the patient population, and the culture of the organization to be a winning combination. "I really like managing the very sick and critically ill. The patients are very appreciative. The hospital is more like a big family; everyone works well together and the patients really appreciate what we do." Owensboro Health Regional Hospital provides service to 14 counties, 2 in southern Indiana and 12 in western Kentucky. Says Mitchell Sims, manager of physician recruitment for Owensboro Health, "We are licensed for 477 beds. We have a Level III NICU, which is the largest N ICU west of Louisville. We have two da Vinci robots and 16 operating room suites." On average,

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