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FallGuide 2017

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28 PLEASE RESPOND TO MICHIGAN Jacki Courney  1721 South Stephenson Avenue Iron Mountain, MI 49801 jcourney@dchs.org (800) 236-3240 dchs.com Dickinson County Healthcare System Dickinson County Healthcare System has served the Upper Peninsula of Michigan and adjoining counties of northeast Wisconsin since 1951. We provide inpatient, outpatient, diagnostic and specialty services along with an extensive community health education program aimed at illness prevention and health preservation. Progressive in nature, the healthcare system paved the way to the 21st century by opening the doors of its new $29 million, 97-bed Dickinson Memorial Hospital in 1996, followed by an attached medical office building in 1997. Three other recent expansions include a Rad/Onc Center, an additional OR suite, and expanded Radiology and Rehab Services. These improvements plus a strong physician recruitment program will guarantee accessible and affordable quality healthcare to the area now and for generations to come. About Our Community Dickinson County is located on the border of the Upper Peninsula of Michigan and northern Wisconsin. The four seasons provide an abundance of recreational activities including golf, water sports, snow mobiling, skiing, hunting, fishing, hiking, biking and more. Pace of life is slower, and a traffic jam here can be a flock of turkeys crossing the road. Iron Mountain is an hour and a half from Green Bay, Wisconsin and five hours from Chicago, Illinois. The area is very family-oriented, friendly and safe, with a low crime rate. Education is a high priority here. There are many excellent school systems from which to choose. Secondary education is also accessible. Bay College, in Escanaba, has recently completed construction of its Iron Mountain extension campus. We work closely with the college for clinical rotations for many of its healthcare related programs. SEEKING FP, IM, N, OBG, ORS, OTO, PA/NP, PD, RO PLEASE RESPOND TO MARYLAND Kim Collins  Physician Recruiter kcollins7@aahs.org (443) 481-5166 MyAAMG.org Anne Arundel Medical Group Since 1902, we have built upon our legacy as a reliable medical resource for residents of the capital city of Maryland. Anne Arundel Medical Center now serves a regional population of more than one million area residents. We are steadfast in our enduring mission to enhance the health of the people we serve. That means providing: • Patients with compassionate, high quality services that will help alleviate pain, preserve health and extend life. • Physicians and other health professionals with the best resources and patient care services available in the region. • The communities we serve with a full continuum of convenient, cost-effective and accessible services. • Employees with leading-edge clinical, professional and educational opportunities. About Our Community Annapolis is the capital of Maryland and home to the United States Naval Academy and St. John's College, a liberal arts college with a history going back to 1696. We're proud of our charming colonial heritage, which stands in contrast to our sophisticated dining, shopping and entertainment. Annapolis is modern and diverse and our lifestyle reflects that. Our hometown is considered the gateway to the Chesapeake Bay and the Eastern Shore of Maryland. On the other side of the Chesapeake Bay Bridge, you'll find the historic towns of Easton and Cambridge. Keep driving and you'll reach the boardwalk in Ocean City, the largest seaside resort in the Mid-Atlantic. We are just 29 miles east of Washington, D.C., 26 miles south of Baltimore, and an easy train ride to New York City. Beyond the metro area, you can charter a sailboat, take a ferry across the Bay, or ski Wisp Mountain. Hiking, biking, bird watching, kayaking and horseback riding are also great sources of fun. N, NP, P LM, NP, P, GS SEEKING

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