The Guide

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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34 PLEASE RESPOND TO VIRGINIA Carilion Clinic Carilion Clinic is the largest not-for-profit integrated health system serving nearly one million people in western Virginia, with 7 hospitals, 240+ practice sites and 24 GME programs. This network of 680+ physicians in over 70 specialties offers Carilion physicians faster access to patient information and history with a sophisticated, fully integrated electronic medical record system (EPIC) and excellent access to subspecialty consultation. The Virginia Tech Carilion School of Medicine and Research Institute leverages Virginia Tech's world-class strength in basic sciences, bioinformatics, and engineering with Carilion Clinic's highly experienced medical staff and history in medical education. Together, we help our communities stay healthy and inspire our region to grow stronger. About Our Community There are many benefits to living in western Virginia. Housing is affordable in urban settings and smaller communities. The climate is mild and we enjoy all four seasons. Outdoor activities include camping, biking, hiking, golfing, fishing and boating. Enjoy the 500 miles of shoreline at Smith Mountain Lake or the trails of the scenic Blue Ridge Parkway. The region features award-winning schools, nationally ranked and internationally acclaimed colleges and universities. Natural beauty, exceptional amenities, and an unparallel quality of life is why the region has been coined "the best kept secret in the east." Andrea Henson  Roanoke, VA (800) 856-5206 SEEKING ALL PLEASE RESPOND TO WASHINGTON MultiCare Health System MultiCare Health System, a non-profit community based organization located in Tacoma, Washington, is ranked among the top 100 Integrated Delivery Networks as measured by IMS Health recognizing organizations that are reshaping the way care is provided and treatment decisions are made. According to Hospitals & Health Networks Magazine, MultiCare Health System is one of the nation's "Most Wired" health care organizations for the sixth year in a row noting achievements in clinical quality and safety, in the continuum of care and in technology infrastructure, as well as in business and administrative management. Access to patients' health records, imaging and laboratory results are available at all MultiCare facilities as well as providers' offices or homes. Five hospitals, a large employed multi-specialty group, two family practice residencies and numerous regional programs comprise the health system. More than 2,000 providers locally, over 750 employed by MultiCare Medical Associates, together with physicians based in Seattle and the University of Washington, provide convenient consultative and referral resources in most medical disciplines. About Our Community The Puget Sound area offers an awe-inspiring backdrop for a variety of lifestyle choices. The region is known for its pristine mountains, lakes and saltwater shoreline, and has a temperate climate with temperatures ranging from 40°–80°, low humidity, and a 10-month growing cycle. Seattle and Sea-Tac International Airport are within an easy 32-mile commute. National sports teams, live theater, and innumerable recreational, educational and entertainment resources offer something for the entire family. Microsoft, Google & Boeing are key industries in the area and Tacoma's deep-sea port is a hub for international commerce, making the Pacific Northwest one of the fastest growing regions both regionally and nationally. MultiCare Recruiting Services  PO Box 5299, MS: 603-1-PHYS Tacoma, WA 98415-0299 (800) 621-0301 SEEKING C, CHP, DBP, FP, GO, HOS, IM, N, OBG, OM, ORS, P, PA/ NP, PD, PDE, PDS, PE, PG, PLM, PMD, PN, U, UCM, VS

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