The Guide

FALL 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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28 PLEASE RESPOND TO KENTUCKY Mitchell Sims Manager of Physician Recruitment 1201 Pleasant Valley Rd Owensboro, KY 42303 (270) 485-2725 Owensboro Health Owensboro Health is a community-focused, nonprofit healthcare system that provides innovative medical advancements and compassionate care to help improve the community. Owensboro Health includes Owensboro Health Regional Hospital, which is a top-ranked hospital located 123 miles north of Nashville, TN and 109 miles southwest of Louisville, KY. Owensboro Health also includes diagnostic centers and regional clinics; primary care, education and wound healing centers; a cancer center; home care services; and Healthpark (a medical-based fitness facility). Owensboro Health Regional Hospital represents a new era of healthcare and wellness for the region. The brand-new, $500 million dollar hospital and medical office building project features a nine- story facility licensed for 477 patient beds, and offers views of lush green vistas and natural scenery from every room. In addition, highly advanced medical technology is easily accessible. About Our Community Named one of the Top Cities Where Millennials are Flocking, Top 100 Best Small Cities in the U.S., and identified as one of America's Best Places to Live and Work, Owensboro is the hub of western Kentucky and known for a welcoming atmosphere. Located on the southern banks of the Ohio River with a newly renovated downtown riverfront area, the community has much to offer the outdoor enthusiast, cultural aficionado, and family-focused lifestyle with top-rated public and private school systems. Owensboro has a low crime rate and cost of living, a high quality of life, and wide variety of friendly communities and housing options. SEEKING DIA, FP, GE, HOS, IC, IM, MFM, N, OM, P, PCC, RHU, UCM PLEASE RESPOND TO SEEKING DELAWARE D, END, FP, GE, HOS, IM, N, ON, PCC, U Marilyn Hill Director of Physician Services, Beebe Medical Group Administration 1515 Savannah Road Suite 102 Lewes, DE 19958 (302) 313-2300 x2101/2113 Beebe Healthcare Ready to move to the beach? Beebe Healthcare, on the coast of southern Delaware, has year-round physician opportunities in a fast-growing resort area with work-life balance. Beebe Healthcare is a progressive, not-for-profit community health system with a 210-bed hospital and numerous satellite facilities throughout coastal Delaware. The area has a five-year projected population growth rate of 9.2%, and a $180,000,000 system-wide expansion is underway. Beebe is progressive, with high patient satisfaction. Services include cardiac surgery, interventional cardiology, cancer center with radiation, 256-slice CT, 3.0T MRI, PET CT Scan, daVinci Xi robot, 3D mammography, and hyperbaric chambers. The Margaret H. Rollins School of Nursing is on site. About Our Community Beebe Healthcare is located at the beach in beautiful, family-friendly south coastal Delaware. The quality of life here is exceptional, and the environment is smart, progressive and safe. Our ocean-side setting is surrounded by nature, recreational and entertainment attractions. We're in a cozy, relaxed community, yet close to cultural and professional hubs such as Philadelphia, Baltimore, Washington, D.C., and New York City. Delaware beaches and boardwalks are nationally ranked by Parents Magazine, National Geographic, and Travel and Leisure. Here you'll be immersed in water sports, outdoor life, golf and cycling. Cultural offerings range from beach life and festivals to theater, fine art and superb dining. Delaware has overall low taxes and no state sales tax. Come discover Beebe Healthcare and the south coast of Delaware! Beebe Healthcare. Rich in History, Focused on the Present, with an Eye to the Future.

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