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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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[logo here] 30 PLEASE RESPOND TO MISSOURI Paula Johnson  Director of Physician Recruitment 1423 N. Jefferson Springfield, MO 65802 paula.johnson@coxhealth.com (417) 269-4369 Fax: (417) 875-3082 coxhealth.com CoxHealth CoxHealth is the only locally owned, not-for-profit health system based in Springfield, Missouri. CoxHealth provides substantial community benefit to serve the unmet needs of its friends and neighbors. Established in 1906, the organization serves more than 900,000 people in a 24-county service area in southwest Missouri and northwest Arkansas, offering a comprehensive array of primary care and specialty care at five hospitals and more than 80 clinics in 24 communities. The health system includes Cox Medical Center South, Cox Medical Center Branson, Cox North Hospital, Meyer Orthopedic and Rehabilitation Hospital, Cox Monett Hospital, Oxford Health Care (the nation's second largest hospital- based home health agency), Home Parenteral Services (home infusion therapy), CoxHealth Foundation, Cox College, CoxHealth Plans and more. Facts: • 10,069 employees • 600+ integrated physicians and advance practice providers • 5 hospitals • 954 licensed beds • Total economic impact and benefit to our region is $750 million. About Our Community Springfield, Missouri, is consistently rated as one of the "Top Quality of Life Communities" in the nation by Money Magazine. Located in the southwest portion of the state, Springfield is the third largest city (metro population 450,000) and offers diversity in the arts, a wide variety of outdoor activities, and numerous sporting events. SEEKING ADM, APM, CHN, CHP, CRS, D, EM, FP, GE, GO, HO, HOS, IC, IM, MFM, N, OBG, ORS, OTO, PCC, PD, PDS, PLM, RHU, TRS, UCM, VS PLEASE RESPOND TO [photo here] [photo here] [photo here] MONTANA Rochelle Woods  1405 Broadway, Suite 200 Billings, MT 59101 physicianrecruiter@billingsclinic.org (888) 554-5922 billingsclinic.com Billings Clinic Billings Clinic is an integrated health system dedicated to serving the needs of our communities through compassionate, patient-focused care, education and research. Inspired by excellence and the pristine natural beauty of the West, our care serves central and eastern Montana, northern Wyoming and the western Dakotas. We believe that combining a group physician's practice, a regional acute hospital, and a subacute and long-term care facility has led to outstanding results for our patients. As the largest multi-specialty group practice in the region, more than 280 physicians, physician assistants and other mid-level providers call Billings Clinic their professional home. Our 50-specialty clinic is Magnet Recognized and has been named among "100 Top Hospitals" by U.S. News and World Report, "Best Regional Hospitals" by Truven Health Analytics and has also been honored with the Beacon Award for Critical Care Excellence. For both patients and providers, this is medicine at its best. About Our Community Billings Clinic is nationally recognized for clinical excellence and is a proud member of the Mayo Clinic Care Network. Located in the magnificent Rocky Mountains in Billings, Montana, this friendly college community has great schools, safe neighborhoods and family activities. Exciting outdoor recreation is just minutes from home. 300 days of sunshine! Ride or walk along the Yellowstone River, enjoy gorgeous views from a local trail, or travel west for wilder landscape. Experience a large selection of music, theater, dining venues and museums. Come see why we love to live and work in this majestic Montana community. A, DMP, EM, END, FP, GE, HOS, HOS, IM, IM, MFM, ON, N, NS, OBG, OM, OPH, ORS, PD, PHO, PD, P, PCC, R SEEKING

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