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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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66 S UMMER 2018 PracticeLink.com Sentara Medical Group Innovation. Transformation. Quality. We Improve Health Every Day Sentara Medical Group, a division of the not-for-profit Sentara Healthcare, brings together more than 1,100 providers across Virginia and North Carolina. We are recognized as one of the nation's top integrated and progressive healthcare systems. Come share in our mission to improve health every day and help cultivate our vision to be the healthcare choice of the communities we serve. Sentara is dedicated to people, quality, patient safety, service and integrity. Benefits include: -Competitive compensation -Generous CME -Employer paid retirement options 403b with company match Pension plan -Flexible schedules Please contact Holli McConnell, Physician Recruitment Manager at hdmcconn@sentara.com or visit sentara.com. Huntsville Hospital, the second largest hospital in Alabama, is a 941-bed hospital that serves as the regional referral center for north Alabama and southern Tennessee. Huntsville Hospital is Alabama's Only Top 50 Heart Hospital, Top 100 Spine Surgery Centers and a Women's & Children's Hospital with a St. Jude Affiliate Clinic. Huntsville is the fastest growing city in the state and among the fastest in the Southeast. Huntsville is also home to the highest number of PhD's per capita in the nation - one of Forbe's Top Ten Smartest Cities in the World. Cardiac Anesthesiology Cardiology Emergency Medicine Family Medicine Gastroenterology Hospitalist/Nocturnist Neurology Occupational Medicine Oral/Max Surgeon Pediatric Critical Care Pediatric Hospitalist Pediatrics-Emergency Medicine Pediatrics-Neurology Pediatrics-Surgery Physical Medicine & Rehab-Physiatry Pulmonary Critical Care Experience. The Difference. SUZANNE LECROIX, PHYSICIAN RECRUITER 256-265-7073 • suzanne.lecroix@hhsys.org www.huntsvillehospital.org PHYSICIAN OPPORTUNITIES where it appeared. • Tip: Jot down each presentation as it occurs, so you don't forget. "In residency, you lose track of some of the presentations you may give," says Stephanie Kuhlmann, D. o ., associate professor of pediatrics at K u School of Medicine-Wichita. "You forget about all the little things you do. Even though they're kind of small, they can get you a promotion. Every little thing you do can go on you C v ." Teaching experience: Include any involvement in teaching, tutoring, classroom assisting, curriculum development or similar activities. Training fellow undergraduates, through peer mentoring or student orientations, may also be applicable. • Details to include: Name of the institution where you provided instruction, your role, the subject and month/year. • Tip: Teaching is a valuable skill in the medical profession. Adding teaching experience to your C v may give you an opportunity to talk about it later during your interview. Volunteer experience: List unpaid work and community involvement. If your volunteer service includes sitting on more than one board or you have a highly relevant board appointment, consider creating a sepa rate section for boa rd memberships. • Details to include: Name of the organization, type of organization (if necessary), your title, dates involved and a brief description of your contribution. • Tip: Trim this section by including only the most significant or relevant positions. Including brief volunteer stints or unrelated items could detract from more

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