Job Search Advice for Primary Care Family Medicine Residents

Job Search Advice Primary Care Family Medicine Residents

Searching for the right position can take a lot of effort. Knowing where to start and how to navigate the job search process ahead of time can save quite a bit of time and energy. These are the most common actions that will improve the quality and number of your job offers. Please note: This article…

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Interview Tips for New Doctors

Preparing for a job interview can be nerve-wracking, especially for new doctors entering the field. Here are interview tips for new doctors to set you on a path to success. Research the Institution: Before your interview, take the time to research the institution where you’re applying. Understand their mission, values, and the services they offer.…

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Case Studies: Working with ETS Family Medicine

Case Studies on Working with ETS Family Medicine

Here are several cases studies to help you understand the low pressure, high performance process of working with the specialized recruiters at ETS Family Medicine. In this PDF you’ll find examples of: Starting a Search for a New Physician Finding the Right Candidate for a Rural Community Helping a Practice Actively Growing Being Ready for…

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“What Salary Should I Offer?”

What Salary Should I Offer a new Doctor Candidate?

The fourth installment in our series Family Physician Competitive Pay Note: This for outpatient only, primary care family medicine physicians and internal medicine physicians. Credibility of the author, Ben Kennedy, ETS Family Medicine Recruiter: “In 2023, I’ve interviewed 147 family medicine and internal medicine physicians. We typically discussed multiple jobs and I witnessed firsthand their…

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The Good News about the Dreaded Phrase “Competitive Pay”

How to understand what "competitive pay" really means.

The third installment in our series Family Physician Competitive Pay The phrase “competitive pay” is an invitation to negotiate. You have seen the hollow phrases of “competitive pay” or “generous compensation” and the like when reading job descriptions for family medicine physicians. It often comes off as evasive or deceptive. Chances are you hate reading it.…

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