PracticeLink Magazine

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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58 S UMMER 2018 PracticeLink.com Come to Western Maryland and be only two hours from Washington, D.C., Pittsburgh or Baltimore. Excellent salary and benefits · Offices located on campus · Great schools, friendly community · Outdoor recreation including golfing, biking, hiking, fishing, boating Western Maryland is a scenic and historic area that offers endless outdoor amenities and adventures. Opportunities for biking, hiking, boating, skiing, and fishing are just a few. Good schools and friendly neighbors make this your choice for a place to have quality of life. Opportunities available in: Cardiology, Family Medicine, Gastroenterology, Internal Medicine, Neurology, Nurse Practitioner, Obstetrics/Gynecology, Palliative Care, Psychiatry, Pulmonary/Critical Care, Vascular Surgery For more information, contact DOTSY MALONE, Physician Services Representative (866) 362-9647 • dmalone@wmhs.com · www.wmhs.com Caring for what matters most RIGHT HERE IN DELAWARE. At Bayhealth, our physicians have access to sandy beaches, boutique and outlet shopping, and countless water sports. With major cities like Philadelphia, Baltimore and New York within close driving distance — the possibilities are endless. Bayhealth is central and southern Delaware's largest health care system and is an affiliate of Penn Medicine in heart and vascular, cancer, and orthopaedics. To learn more about available medical staff positions, contact Physician Recruiter Mark Douyard at 302-744-6603 or email him at Mark_Douyard@bayhealth.org. BAYHEALTH.ORG Find your place on our team. best for everyone. "I was already commuting for my residency. The job I found was actually closer than my previous commute had been." If you do have family, like Valtos, you will want to spend as much time as possible learning about the community before you step foot into the interview. "My wife and I are pretty good researchers," says Valtos. Before moving from Missouri to their new home in northeast Alabama, they went online to find the best community fit for their family. "We looked up the health of the com mu n it y, school ra n k i ngs and school performance records, crime statistics, even weather reports," he says. By the time of the interview, you should not have many questions left to ask about the community, he says. Still, here are a few you might ask to help determine if you and your family will feel comfortable there: 7 w HA t IS t H e COMMU n I t Y'S D e MOG r APHIC? If you're looking to su rrou nd yourself and your family with people of similar ages, what part of town would be best for you to look in? What activities are available? Are there places for colleagues and friends to meet outside of the workplace? Whether you are interested in fine dining and theater or professional sports and barbecue, you need to know if this is a place where you and your family will fit in for an extended period of time, says Allen. Says Valtos: "You want to ask yourself if you can see yourself here

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