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SUM 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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48 S UMMER 2018 PracticeLink.com features The patient comes first at Summit Health, but the organization also focuses on the well-being of the staff and team. Everyone is valued and important. - Joshua Dunkelbarger, MD Summit ENT and Hearing Services Openings for Physicians, Physician Assistants, and Nurse Practitioners! Visit SummitHealth.org/Careers for a complete list. Highly competitive salary Loan repayment Relocation expenses Health, life, and disability insurance Retirement saving with employer match Medical malpractice insurance and tail coverage Generous allowances for CME Join the LEADING HEALTHCARE PROVIDER in South Central Pennsylvania (Franklin County) Contact Tammie Chute | 717-267-7780 tchute@summithealth.org SummitHealth.org/Careers "Recruiters know from experience t h a t p h y s i c i a n c a n d i d a t e s underestimate the pressure they will get from family about living a 10-hour travel day away," Walker says. If your extended family lives near each other — but five states away from your job — the pressure to move home and raise your kids near family will only intensify over time. Your remote job will probably last a few years, at most. Recr u iters ca n tel l when a candidate is all-in for the long-term — hell-bent on becoming partner and gunning for a department head job in five years. Great cultures are built by these passionate physicians. "If my group has two candidates with roughly equal credentials … the one who is fired up about building a life here and genuinely excited about our practice is going to have an edge," says Walker. Candidates can jump to the top of employers' hot lists by adding details in their cover letter to explain their interest in the area. For example, a candidate might write: "I'm interested in this job because my older brother and his family live in [suburb name], and my best friend from college lives downtown. Our wives are also friends, and we visit or vacation together almost every year." Or perhaps: "I have no ties to [city name], but I visited twice for medical conferences, and my husband and I simply fell in love with your city. Everywhere we looked, everyone we met reinforced the feeling that this was our ideal home. We are also looking at [other city] and [other city], but your city is our No. 1 choice, and we are excited about starting to explore." We can't tell you everything Most employers won't tell you why you didn't get the interview or the job. Typically, hiring managers and recruiters can only say they are moving forward with another candidate. This zipped-lip protocol developed as so many rules do: through lawsuits. Any further discussion runs the risk of an eeo C complaint or, at the

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