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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86 S PRIN g 2018 physicians in the area, and is very physician-friendly, according to Larson: "Community oriented, patients first." Zarina Manwah, senior clinical recruiter for emergency medicine at TeamHealth, adds that despite a challenging health care environment, "our emergency medicine clinicians are ready for each patient that comes through the e R doors." "For 35 years, we've provided support services, networks of communication and educational resou rces, and we've brought together a community of thousands of emergency medicine professionals to share and shape best practices," s ay s M a n w a h . T e a m H e a l t h partnered with Beaufort Memorial in January 2013, and Larson joined in connection with that relationship. When Manwah talks to candidates about life in Beaufort, she is quick to share the variety of cultural offerings, both old and new, that make the small city a wonderful place to live. "Beaufort is filled with many historical mansions," she says. "Art galleries, antique shops and modern boutiques dot the entire downtown and uptown walking districts, along with fine dining and quick eateries." Plus, she says, the moderate climate means you can dine al fresco often. " People f i nd B eau for t ver y charming, very friendly," says Robb Wells, vice president of tourism at the Beaufort Regional Chamber of Commerce. "It's a 300-year-old city and close-knit community. Many of us are not originally from here, but it was inviting enough that we wanted to call it home, and we act like we've been here the whole time." Beau fort's prox im ity to the

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