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PracticeLink Magazine crossword—winter 2013

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Take a break from job searching with this crossword, appearing in the Winter 2013 issue of PracticeLink Magazine.

Across

1. It has a big impact on your compensation level

5. Luxurious, as of an office

8. Surpass

9. Highest ranked specialty for compensation in 2011, per the Medscape Physicians Compensation Report

11. Compass direction

12. The E in 2 down

14. Site of the Wolverines and St. Joseph Mercy Hospitals (2 words)

16. College email address ending

18. OB-___

20. Make a fresh ____

21. Computer memory

23. “That’s right!”

24. Suitable

25. A new job has to be a good ____

26. Advice on how to treat people (2 words)

30. Competing offers

31. Home of the Bulldogs and St Mary’s Hospital

33. Sanitized

35. Nation that has a very high standard of medical care

36. Friend

37. Highest-paying work situation for a physician per a 2012 survey

38. Usual commuting choice

41. Executive position

42. Organizational procedures

43. More environmentally friendly

 

Down

1. Oklahoma players

2. Important specialty, for short

3. Solve, of problems (2 words)

4. Drink that can be hot or cold

5. Health Care ___

6. One of the highest-paying specialties in 2011

7. “Listen!”

9. Changes again to fit into a new environment

10. Transplant giver

13. Prepared

15. Deli bread

17. Medical title

19. Government security agency, abbr.

22. Tried out the hospital canteen

24. Assists

25. Provide the funds for

26. Georgia’s mascot

27. Secrecy agreement

28. Key word recommended to new doctors entering the private world

29. College grounds

30. Look to work for the ___ hospitals

32. Is in pain

33. Golden state

34. Pet

36. Experienced professionals

39. It’s used to reduce swellings

40. Neckline shape

231 crossword grid

 

 

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