The Guide

Spring 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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19 PLEASE RESPOND TO Banner Health From Alaska to Arizona, Banner Health is dedicated to fulfilling our nonprofit mission of making a difference in people's lives through excellent patient care. Based in Phoenix, Arizona, Banner Health is one of the largest, nonprofit health care systems in the country and the leading nonprofit provider of hospital services in all the communities we serve. Our Western Region facilities serve a number of rural areas—many are the only inpatient facilities available within the community. In February 2015, Banner Health marked a historic moment in its long history, with the completion of its merger with the University of Arizona Health Network in Tucson, Arizona, to form Banner – University Medicine. This health system, anchored in Phoenix and Tucson, makes the highest level of care accessible to more Arizona residents. At the heart of this merger is academic medicine—research, teaching and patient care—across three academic medical centers. About Our Community With 25 hospitals in seven western states (15 in Arizona), Banner Health, a Top 5 Large Health System, is one of the nation's most respected and awarded health systems recognized for its leadership and dedication to the communities we serve and offers highly integrated and innovative environments, a collaborative team-oriented workplace and clinical settings that focus on patient excellence. Banner Health offers a variety of specialized services including: heart and cancer care, pediatrics, organ transplants, high-order multiple births, Level I Trauma services, rehabilitation and behavioral health services. MULTISTATE Karen Height Sourcing Director 1630 17th Avenue Greeley, CO 80631 (970) 810-2075 SEEKING AI, CHN, FP, GE, GS, HO, HOS, IM, MPD, N, NS, OBG, ORS, P, PA/NP, PD, PDS, PG, PLM, PMD, U, VS PLEASE RESPOND TO SEEKING MULTISTATE Aisha DeBerry, MBA, PHR, SHRM-CP, FASPR (410) 409-9465 Bon Secours Health System Bon Secours Health System is a not-for-profit Catholic health system sponsored by Bon Secours Ministries. Headquartered in Marriottsville, Maryland, the system owns, manages, or joint ventures 19 acute-care hospitals, one psychiatric hospital, five nursing care facilities, four assisted living facilities, and 14 home care and hospice services. More than 24,000 Bon Secours employees help people in six states, primarily on the East Coast. In 1881, the first Sisters of Bon Secours arrived in the United States to care for those who were sick and dying in their homes in Baltimore, Maryland and established their first hospital in Baltimore in 1919. By 1980, the Sisters had founded or assumed responsibility for several Catholic hospitals, long-term care facilities and other health care services. They formed Bon Secours Health System in 1983 to provide skilled, unified management, and professional resources for all their health care operations while preserving their Catholic tradition of providing quality care to all, especially to those who are poor, sick, and dying. About Our Community Since 1983, through acquisitions and joint ventures with other religious and non-sectarian organizations, the system has added facilities in several communities – now including not only Baltimore, but also Charleston and Greenville, South Carolina; Portsmouth, Kilmarnock, Richmond, Norfolk, and Newport News, Virginia; Suffern, Riverdale, Warwick, and Port Jervis, New York; Ashland, Kentucky; and St. Petersburg, Florida. In an effort to meet the many needs for health care and social services in its community, for over 15 years Bon Secours has entered into partnerships with community groups, parishes, other health care providers, educators, city planners, and others to find creative ways to build up communities and empower residents. ALL

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