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What to Expect at a Site Visit

doctor shaking hands with a prospective candidate

You’ve been invited on a site visit to a medical facility you’re thinking about joining. While you’ll likely be given a tour and rundown of the organization’s values, culture, and expectations, you should also be conducting your own research on the facility prior to this visit. To help prepare you for all you need to know, we’ve compiled a list of what to expect from a typical site visit.

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7 Things You Should Do the First 7 Weeks of Your New Job

You’ve finally landed your dream job, now you have to keep it. Making a good first impression on your colleagues and employer in the first few weeks will be critical to your long-term success in your position. Here we’ve collected 7 things you should be doing during the first 7 weeks of your new job.

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Physicians: To Change Your Career, Change Your Perspective

changing careers

There are countless alternative career options for physicians, but more often than not, we fall into the sunk costs fallacy. We already spent a decade in school and hundreds of thousands of dollars in loans, and now we want to leave that job? This doesn’t seem conducive to any good state of mind, so when changing careers, it’s important to also change your perspective.

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Established and Proven Options for Alleviating Medical Education Debt

PHYSICIAN DEBT RELIEF

The average US residency graduate has accumulated $250k in debt from their medical education. Suffice to say, a high student loan burden is a near certainty for almost all who take the road of a physician. In this post Dr. Laura Gilroy outlines the established methods for resolving medical education debt.

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Rural Medicine: Go Small to Win Big

practicing medicine in a rural area

Though not as glamorous as taking jobs in the big city, rural physician jobs offer a variety of benefits. Many rural hospital teams report a higher level of camaraderie and ingenuity, and it can be easier to have a voice on a smaller team. Sometimes you need to go small to win big.

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Urban, Suburban, or Rural Practice: Pros and Cons

rural urban suburban practice

Many physicians dream of the day they get the free agency to choose their desired locale, rather than have their geography determined by fate. From city skylines to cornfields, there are pros and cons to every style of practice. Here is one physician’s perspective on the differences between urban, suburban, and rural practice.

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8 Signs You Should Avoid That Potential Employer

8 signs you should avoid an employer

While financial incentives are a big motivator for jobs, it can be a nightmare working for a bad boss. Therefore, it is important to recognize red flags in the interview process and beyond when vetting a new employer. Here are 8 tips that you might want to pass over on that prospective job offer.

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Reduce Workplace Stress and Thrive

how to reduce workplace stress

It is common knowledge that stress decreases worker productivity and impairs employee happiness, but the long-term effects are much worse. This is why it is important to take charge of your relationship with work and manage it in a healthy way to prosper in both personal and professional life. Here are a few tips on workplace stress reduction.

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How to Make the Most of Your Clinical Physician Job…

No job is perfect, but we all strive for career satisfaction. Therefore, it’s important to make the most of your current position. For those in a clinical healthcare setting, this can mean identifying what you like about your current job and gaining new perspective. Here are 6 tips on how to make the most of your clinical job.

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Interview Tips for New Healthcare Providers

A healthcare provider being interviewed for a job

In this article Dr. Faith Coleman provides some excellent tips about securing an interview, and the interview process, for doctors, nurses, and anyone who is coming out of training and seeking their first new job in healthcare.

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