Wanted: EM Physician – Located in an isolated community, this position offers middling compensation and few benefits. There is limited specialty back-up and constant shortages, but essentially pleasant and competent support staff. Enjoy advantages, such as good parking.
Although it has been nearly 25 years, I still remember vividly the interview for what became my first physician recruiter role. “What do I do after I’ve filled all the positions?” I innocently asked. No answer. They were too busy laughing.
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Dr. Doe has been the medical director of his democratic group’s only
contract for 27 years. He was board certified in family medicine but
successfully took the ABEM exam and has maintained his board
certification. He receives a substantial stipend from both the hospital
and his group for filling this role but he has scheduled himself
full-time clinically for the last three years because the group is
In a democratic emergency medicine group, there are many ways to arrive
at decisions, from command-and-control to consensus-building. What works
best will depend on the character of your group, and what you hope to