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FallGuide 2017

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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29 PLEASE RESPOND TO MARYLAND Sharee Selah  Director of Physician Recruitment Services 920 Elkridge Landing Road Linthicum Heights, MD 21090 sselah@umm.edu (410) 328-5817 ummsphysician.jobs Garrett Allegany Washington Frederick Baltimore City Montgomery Carroll Howard Prin ce Georges Charles St. Mary's Calvert Anne Arundel Baltimore Harford Cecil Kent Queen Anne's Caroline Dorchester Talbot Wicomico Somerset Worcester UMMS Primary Service Area Inpatient Hospital Other Medical Facility AN, EM, END, FP, GS, HOS, IM, N, OBG, P, PD University of Maryland Medical System Our commitment to advancing patient safety and quality standards for medical care allows us to achieve the most positive outcomes possible for each and every patient. Collectively, our facilities provide care to over one million patients per year in a variety of geographic locations, offering services that span all levels of care, from acute inpatient and specialty care services to outpatient care centers. We serve as a national and regional referral center for trauma, cancer care, neurocare, cardiac care, physical rehabilitation, and women's and children's health. Together, we're building an extraordinary model of integrated care delivery. And because of our partnership with the University of Maryland School of Medicine, we are among the leaders in medical discovery and education. For physicians looking to advance their career, there is just no place like it. About Our Community Think life "outside of work" should be as rewarding as the work itself? You've come to the right place. Our facilities are located in some of the most exciting and desirable locations in the state. Outdoor enthusiasts love the variety: sandy beaches, hiking trails, white water rafting. Sports fans love the excitement of our professional and college teams. UMMS has a network of facilities in Baltimore and surrounding areas, as well as in several cities along the Eastern Shore of the Chesapeake Bay. It's an exciting place to make your home. SEEKING PLEASE RESPOND TO MARYLAND Dotsy Malone Manager, Physician Recruitment 12500 Willowbrook Rd. Cumberland, MD 21501 dmalone@wmhs.com (866) 362-9647 wmhs.com/recruitment FP, GE, IM, N, OBG, P, PLM Western Maryland Health System The Western Maryland Health System (WMHS) is a progressive, integrated healthcare network that includes a new state-of-the-art hospital, a nursing home, and a comprehensive range of outpatient services. The new Western Maryland Regional Medical Center rises seven stories and has 585,000 square feet of interior space with 275 patient beds. The new facility enables WMHS and its skilled physicians to continue providing a level of care that patients once had to travel to Baltimore, Washington, DC or Pittsburgh, PA to receive. About Our Community Exceptional opportunities for physicians exist in Allegany County, Maryland. Nestled in the mountains of Western Maryland, Allegany County and the tri-state area offer a quality lifestyle ideal for both couples and families. It is far enough away from the pressures of urban life and offers a moderate cost of living. Enjoy the scenic beauty and four-season recreational activities of the entire region that includes Mountain Maryland, the Potomac Highlands of West Virginia, and the Laurel Highlands of Pennsylvania. Cumberland boasts the charm of Victorian-era architecture and is well-known for its lighted church steeples that can be seen while traveling on Interstate 68. While the peace and beauty of mountainside Maryland may make you feel like you're far from major metropolitan areas, Pittsburgh, PA, Baltimore, MD, and Washington, DC, are only a few short hours away. SEEKING

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