PracticeLink Magazine

Spring 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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72 S PRIN g 2018 A WellSpan Physician Career: What's your goal? Join WellSpan Medical Group, a physician-led organizaƟon providing innovaƟve care throughout southcentral Pennsylvania. We are part of WellSpan Health, one of the region's largest integrated health systems, with more than 1,200 providers, a network of six community and teaching hospitals, and comprehensive specialty care services. We're transforming the paƟent experience through health IT and care coordinaƟon across providers, care environments and life stages. At WellSpan, your goals are our goals. To learn more about physician and other provider opportuniƟes, or to apply, visit or send your CV to: Josh Irwin, MBA Director, Physician RecruiƟng ¥ 937-498-5503 rg dandrick@wilsonhealth.o rector of Physician Recruitment Di David Andrick, CMSR/FMSD/FASPR, TACT CON G/S • Internal Medicine • Practice Family • Hospitalist • reation rec Lakes and • rdable housing ffo A • reat private and public schools G opportunities in: We now have practice J y. you develop your own practice philosoph roup and supportive administration help practice management g y, and full support of an experienced financial goals quickl Enhanced compensation and amazing benefits help you reach Practice and the advantages of Hospital Employment. oin our hospital team with the independence of Private Sidney, Ohio your way in Practice medicine find with Wilson Health. place to practice are what you'll reat y, and a g y, securit Autonom A short drive to Columbus, Cincinnati & Toledo center's doors. With a median age of 57 among the core population, plus an estimated 3 million tourists exploring the area each year, physicians play a critical role in keeping both local and visiting populations healthy and safe. Staying healthy is important to residents and visitors alike, who take every opportunity to explore the outdoor splendor Sedona offers. "There is so much to do on the land," says Jennifer Wesselhoff, President/ C eo of the Sedona Chamber of Commerce and Tourism Bureau. "Hiking, biking, mountain biking, meditation. We joke that God made the Grand Canyon, but he lives in Sedona. It's true!" While many people visit the Grand Canyon's rim to check it off their bucket list, Wesselhoff says Sedona is more accessible for exploring. "You can get into the rocks and land pretty easily and be immediately hiking and biking." Many people also gravitate to Sedona to experience its mediation and spiritual offerings, as Sedona was considered sacred land for Native A mer ica ns, accord i ng to Wesselhoff. The town offers meditation and spiritual retreats and world-class wellness spas quietly tucked alongside institutions steeped in small-tow n charm. The most meditative activity is sometimes as simple as stepping outdoors for a few moments. "W hen you're surrounded by beauty and nature, it puts everything in perspective," says Wesselhoff. In addition to attracting top medical talent, the area also has a vibrant community of entrepreneurs and other professionals who have made a conscious decision to move

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