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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26 PLEASE RESPOND TO CALIFORNIA Norman Franklin Recruiter Elk Grove, California 95758 norman.franklin@cdcr.ca.gov (877) 793-4473 ChangingPrisonHealthCare.org California Correctional Health Care Services California Correctional Health Care Services (CCHCS) was established to oversee and provide a constitutionally appropriate level of health care in all 35 adult prisons operated by the California Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation throughout California. To fulfill this mission, we have improved our day-to-day health care operations ensuring that our patients have timely access to safe, efficient medical care. This would not have been possible without the tireless efforts of our dedicated physicians. As part of a multidisciplinary team working within a supportive and collaborative infrastructure, CCHCS looks to physicians, like you, to lead these efforts. In return, we offer a positive work-life balance with all of the security that comes with State employment, including: • 40-hour work week • Competitive salary • Retirement that vests in five years • Paid insurance, license, and DEA renewal • Visa sponsorship opportunities • Paid CME with paid time off to attend About Our Community With 35 facilities throughout California, we have a location that's sure to fit your lifestyle. Whether you're seeking the relaxed charm of the Central Coast, the classic California dream of Southern California, the arts and innovative culture found in the San Francisco Bay Area, the natural beauty and wonder of the southern deserts, the tight-knit communities of the Central Valley, or the rugged outdoor lifestyle of Northern California you'll find it with California Correctional Health Care Services! FM, IM SEEKING PLEASE RESPOND TO ARKANSAS Jillian Hicks Batesville, AR 72503 jhicks@wrmc.com (870) 262-6545 whiteriverhealthsystem.com White River Health System White River Health System (WRHS) is a not-for-profit, multi-facility healthcare organization serving residents of North Central Arkansas. The system includes two hospitals, rural health clinics, physician offices, and outpatient care centers. Our service area consists of 100,000 residents in five counties. White River Medical Center (WRMC), with 244 beds, is a regional referral center located in Batesville, Arkansas, and is the flagship of WRHS. The Medical Staff includes 100 physicians representing 23 specialties. Stone County Medical Center (SCMC) is a state-of-the-art 25-bed critical access hospital in Mountain View, Arkansas, providing acute inpatient care, general and orthopedic surgery, and 24/7 physician coverage in the Emergency Department. Our goals are to provide patient focused care, offer healthcare services based on community need and develop the medical community through physician recruitment and partnerships with educational institutions. For more information about WRHS, visit our website at www.whiteriverhealthsystem.com. About Our Community Batesville, Arkansas, is the home to White River Medical Center, the flagship facility of WRHS and strategically located 90 miles north of Little Rock, AR and 125 miles northwest of Memphis, TN. Picturesque Mountain View, Arkansas, is the home to WRHS' critical access hospital, Stone County Medical Center. The regional economy is a diverse mix of agriculture, education, healthcare, manufacturing, and tourism. Residents enjoy low crime rates, affordable property, and quality schools. If you are looking for a safe, close knit, friendly family community and enjoy outdoor recreation, let us show you what Batesville, Mountain View, and North Central Arkansas can offer. C, EM, END, FP, GE, HOS, IM, NEP, N, ORS, PD, MPD, P, NS SEEKING

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