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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31 PLEASE RESPOND TO MISSOURI Terrah Reeves Physician Recruiter 54 Hospital Drive Osage Beach, MO 65065 treeves@lakeregional.com (573) 302-2732 lakeregional.com Lake Regional Health System When you work at Lake Regional Health System, you find community. There is a rhythm and balance to work and life near the shores of the Lake of the Ozarks. The Lake and its surrounding business districts provide year-round activities. It is a vibrant place that engages everyone. 100-bed acute care facility serving a population of approx. 90,000 within a 25 mile radius of hospital! Level III Trauma Center, Level II Stroke Center, Level II Nursery, seven primary care clinics, 18 specialty clinics, five pharmacies and operates four satellite rehab therapy clinics–with $12 million in new construction projects underway. Start Your New Opportunity Today! Opportunity Highlights: • Employed - Market Competitive Base Salary + Incentive Program • Sign-on Bonus and Relocation Assistance • Visa Sponsorship Opportunities • Experienced Support Staff and Practice Management About Our Community Enjoy lake living and the best of both worlds! If you have dreamed of living on the water, but love the Midwest lifestyle, then you can have both with our opportunities. Live on the Lake and have a view of the water off of your back deck. If you have a family, their needs come first. Living and working at the Lake of the Ozarks allows just that. This is a place where your children learn in highly-ranked, well-supported and well-funded schools that pride themselves on providing safe, quality education to students of all ages. • 54,000-acre lake with 1,150 miles of shoreline • Premium shopping, 5-star dining options • Access to the largest Missouri state parks with hiking trails, camping and caves • Excellent private and public school options available • Lower cost of living than found in other U.S. cities SEEKING IC, GE, IM, FP, HEM/ONCO, HOS, N, OBG, ORTHO, PEDS, PUD, URO, NP, PA PLEASE RESPOND TO P3 Health Partners P3 Health Partners is a patient-centered, physician-led and population health-focused healthcare company. Founded and led by physicians, Sherif Abdou, and Amir Bacchus, P3 is on a mission to change the way healthcare is delivered. We believe that together as physicians, we can heal the system, restore purpose and meaning in day-to-day operations, and infuse care and health back into healthcare. We are looking for a team of bright, motivated and like-minded clinicians to join us as we embark on a journey to redefine medicine. We are currently preparing to launch a new medical group located in Las Vegas. Our first clinics will open this year. Whether you are just entering healthcare or have years of clinical experience, we invite you to join P3. Contact us today to learn more about open positions for primary care physicians, nurse practitioners and physician assistants. About Our Community Southern Nevada is a vibrant and diverse community offering something for everyone. If you love arts and culture, you'll enjoy Broadway-level productions and world-renowned performers at The Smith Center. Families enjoy our wide selection of private and charter schools, museums, parks, and festivals. Sports fans can cheer for our home teams, including the Golden Knights and the soon-to-be Las Vegas Raiders. Those who yearn for the great outdoors enjoy hiking at Red Rock, boating and jet skiing at Lake Mead, or camping, skiing, and snowboarding at Mt. Charleston. While we're known for one famous street in the middle of the city, we invite you to explore the southern Nevada glow beyond the neon. NEVADA Rinda Gibson Clinician Recruiter rgibson@p3hp.org SEEKING FP, IM, NP, PA/NP

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