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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32 PLEASE RESPOND TO PENNSYLVANIA Mount Nittany Health Mount Nittany Health provides primary and specialized care for central Pennsylvanians and includes Mount Nittany Medical Center and Mount Nittany Physician Group. Both the Medical Center and the Physician Group offer a wide array of exciting professional opportunities. In addition to being awarded for quality orthopedic surgery services, the Medical Center was recently recognized by The Joint Commission for achieving advanced inpatient diabetes and primary stroke center designations. Mount Nittany Physician Group offers more than 100 providers in a variety of specialties and continues to expand services. Mount Nittany Health takes a holistic approach to ensure outstanding quality for both patients and our employees because we know that recruiting and retaining quality healthcare professionals is the best investment we can make in the care of our patients. About Our Community Centre County, Pennsylvania, is known for big city amenities nestled in a relaxed country atmosphere. The county is dotted with warm and welcoming communities, from historic small towns to the larger metropolitan hub of State College. The county consists of rural comforts like scenic nature, safe neighborhoods and a laid-back environment. Home to six Pennsylvania state parks, the area is ideal for outdoor activities. With The Pennsylvania State University's main campus here, you can also enjoy Big Ten sports as well as national touring entertainment groups. And, the State College metro area is ranked the second safest small town in which to live in the United States. Combine this with excellent public schools, timeless architecture and a lively community of artists, and you have one terrific place to live and raise a family! Lorelei Shaw Director of Physician Recruitment 1850 East Park Avenue 3rd Floor State College, PA 168013 lshaw@mountnittany.org (814) 278-4866 Fax: (814) 238-0790 mountnittany.org SEEKING IC, D, FP, GE, HOS, IM, OBG, U PLEASE RESPOND TO OHIO SEEKING David Andrick CMSR/FMSD/FASPR Director of Physician Recruitment 915 W Michigan Street Sidney, OH 45365 dandrick@wilsonhealth.org (937) 498-5503 Fax: (937) 497-8251 wilsonhospital.com Wilson Health Wilson Health is a full service community hospital serving residents of Shelby County, Ohio, and the surrounding communities. The hospital is accredited by the Healthcare Facility Accreditation Program (HFAP). Wilson strives to provide high standards of care for outpatients, inpatients and those served in business and industry. Wilson's Board of Trustees and Administration are committed to offering modern equipment for diagnosing and treating medical conditions and services that are well planned and executed for the best results possible for patients. Since Wilson is a community hospital, its goal is to offer as many services as feasible so patients do not not have to travel far to receive quality healthcare. About Our Community Shelby County was established in 1819 with Hardin serving as the first County seat. The name Shelby came from General Isaac Shelby, an officer in the American Revolution who was noted for his bravery and honesty, and was elected Governor of Kentucky. The people of the County chose the name Shelby because many of them were from Kentucky and admired General Shelby a great deal. The 420 square-mile county is a blend of agriculture and industry giving Shelby County a stable economy. The County is made up of 14 townships with trustees handling duties in each, eight incorporated villages (Anna, Botkins, Fort Loramie, Kettlersville, Lockington, Port Jefferson, Jackson Center and Russia) and one city (Sidney). The population of the County is 49,423. FP, PD, OB-GYN, IM

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