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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78 S UMMER 2018 PracticeLink.com Make a Difference OUR MISSION is to care for the people in our communities. Not only do we care for our neighbors, friends and families, we care for each other. Our teams are committed to continuous improvement and lifelong learning through career development, cutting- edge medical research and working with patients on their personal health journeys. Now recruiting for OB/GYN, Neurology, Dermatology, Primary Care, Orthopaedics, Psychiatry, Radiology, Urology, Hospital Medicine, Endocrinology, Gastroenterology and General Surgery Kyle R. Hayman, DASPR Manager, Talent Acquisition kyle.r.hayman@hitchcock.org Learn more at DHProviders.org "If someone is serious about their profession yet requires almost- immediate access to year-round recreation and a very high quality of life, they'd be hard pressed to find a more ideal location," says Shawn Stinson, director of communications of Visit Salt Lake. According to Stinson, those who are unfamiliar with Salt Lake City, or who have not visited in the past 10 or 15 years, will likely be pleasantly surprised by what they find in the Salt Lake City of today. "Trust me when I say, those of us who have lived here for some time know, understand and appreciate the perceptions that Utah's capital city is saddled with, but those days are fading rapidly," he says. For instance, while many first-time visitors might associate conservatism with the city, Salt Lake City has an incredibly strong l GB t Q community, and in 2016 elected Jackie Biskupski, an openly gay woman, as mayor. Sitting in the shadow of the Wasatch Range, Utah's capital attracts professional skiers, climbers and cyclists as well as weekend warriors who take advantage of the rock climbing, biking, hiking, snowshoeing, camping and fishing options, not to mention Nordic skiing or snowboarding at the 10 world-class ski resorts within an hour of downtown. Unbeatable access to the outdoors makes for an incredible lineup of annual events, which include Oktoberfest at Snowbird and Tour of Utah, a week-long professional cycling race. Summer outdoor concerts and year-round festivals also highlight the arts and culture scene, which Stinson says is "on par with some of the nation's finest." "There's so much to do; I don't have to travel virtually anywhere," says Johnson. "I'm looking out the window now at the beautiful mountains. In 10 minutes, I could be hiking up the trails or snowshoeing. Ski resorts are 12 miles away from my house. A lot of people that are interested in Utah are interested in outdoor sports, and there is the opportunity to be very active here." W hen Johnson ref lects on his decision to move home to Utah, he's certain it was the right move. " M y v a l u e s a l i g n w i t h

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