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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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, IC, D, EM, FP, GE, GO, HO, HOS, HOS, HOS, IM, MFM, N, OBG, OFA, OTO, APM, PLM, PD, CHN, CHP, PDS, PD, PCC, RHU, CRS, ORS, TRS, VS, TRS, UCM PLEASE RESPOND TO MISSOURI Donna Shelby Director of Physician Recruiting 1500 N. Oakland, Bolivar, MO 65613 Bolivar, MO 65613 donna.shelby@citizensmemorial.com (417) 328-6273 Fax: (417) 328-1130 citizensmemorial.com Citizens Memorial Healthcare Citizens Memorial Healthcare is a fully-integrated healthcare system devoted to exceptional patient care provided by leading physicians and caring staff. Citizens Memorial Hospital is located in Bolivar, Mo., and serves Cedar, Dade, Dallas, Hickory, northern Greene, Polk and St. Clair Counties. In addition to hospital services, CMH consists of 32 primary care and specialty care physician clinics, six long-term care facilities, one residential care facility, five independent living communities, Senior Health Center, home health, hospice, homemaker plus, health transit services, home medical equipment and rehabilitation services. CMH was awarded the prestigious Davis Award of Excellence by the Health Information and Management Systems Society, and has been recognized for its innovative efforts associated with its organizational patient electronic medical record system. CMH was also named a Most Wired and Most Wireless Hospital, and was named one of the Top 10 Rural Hospitals in America. CMH is one of the 10 largest employers in southwest Missouri. In 2010, CMH was awarded the Missouri Quality Award, which is modeled after the coveted Malcolm Baldrige National Quality Award. About Our Community Bolivar is a great small town of approximately 11,000 residents. The public school system is first-rate academically and athletically and was recently named as a National Blue Ribbon High School. There are several public parks and a relatively new YMCA with a state-of-the-art aquatics center that opened in 2012. Bolivar is just a short drive from several lakes and rivers and is located just 25 miles north of Springfield, the third largest city in Missouri. SEEKING AN, D, END, FP, FP, IC, MPD, N, OFA, ORS, P, UCM, U

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