As a resource to the physician candidates we recruit, it is always our responsibility to our candidates to notify you of the latest compensation news and trends. Here’s a press release directly from the IRS website about a expanded tax benefit for physicians who work in underserved areas: “Affordable Care Act Provides Expanded Tax Benefit
Hospitals use physician recruiters for many reasons, but typically they are the gatekeepers for the hospital – the first line of attack. Physician recruiters are advocates for their employers – the hospital – so they are being employed and operated at the request of the hospital. Serving the hospital can mean a variety of things:
The House of Representatives passed a historic health care reform package late Sunday night. The vote on the last of the two bills in the package was 220-211. All 178 Republicans, along with 33 Democrats, voted against the measure. What did you think of the vote? Get the Poll Creator Pro widget and many other
One of the biggest mistakes a physician can make on an interview is to not ask questions. Although you may have met the hospital CEO, the physicians of the practice, and some of the other administrators who have answered a lot of questions about the job, it is still a shock when they ask the
Next stop: CareerMD Sacramento Fidelis Partners will be attending the upcoming CareerMD fair in Sacramento, California on January 19, 2010. Come meet our recruiters and learn about our open job opportunities. Residents and Fellows in all medical specialties and all years of training are invited to attend these FREE events to meet employers from leading
Next stop: CareerMD – Los Angeles Fidelis Partners will be attending the upcoming CareerMD fair in Los Angeles, California on October 5, 2009. Come meet our recruiters and learn about our open job opportunities. Residents and Fellows in all medical specialties and all years of training are invited to attend these FREE events to meet
If you do not have a CA medical license, better get started on the application process now … The California medical licensing application process is one of the longest in the country. A California license can take 6-9 months to obtain, and sometimes up to one year, especially if you attended an international medical school.
BEFORE YOUR JOB INTERVIEW Learn all you can about the hospital/opportunity you are meeting with so that your questions are sophisticated and knowledgeable during the interview. Being well-informed shows your interest in the organization and it also helps you formulate intelligent questions. Practice and Prepare. Practice answering interview questions with your friends, and take