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  • The pandemic has led millions of people to move in the last two years, and physicians are no exception. LeAnn Patton, recruitment resource coordinator, handles “all things physician relocation” for Provider Solutions & Development. We caught up with her for some inside tips on what physicians nee...
  • When Dr. Estelle Lin was deciding where she wanted to work after residency, she wasn’t sure which path would fit her best — a clinic or a hospital setting. Rather than committing to a long-term position, she decided to try out both. Here, we talk with her about the pros and cons of working in eac...
  • Health equity is improving for the LGBTQI+ (lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, queer and intersex) community, yet research suggests there is much work to be done. Here, Provider Solutions & Development interviews Swedish health system’s Dr. Kevin Wang about his journey as a gay physician and ho...
  • You play an important role in training your medical residents. Are you confident in doing so? Learn about the importance of giving these residents learning opportunities and others ways to enhance their experience and create a positive working relationship.
  • In the age of physician burnout, simply taking your PTO can be a step toward reclaiming your health. Learn the science behind why prioritizing yourself can improve your well-being and your productivity, and read tips on how to plan a successful vacation.
  • For Dr. Adrian Dryden, COVID meant more than learning new protocols and wearing extra PPE. It upended his life, starting with a job loss and ending with him having to return to Canada, where he grew up. Read how Provider Solutions & Development's team helped him navigate a complex immigration pro...
  • “Do you have any questions for us?” When you’re interviewing, how you respond to this question can make all the difference between a misstep and finding your perfect fit. Here, one of our senior recruiters shares insider knowledge on how to get at what really matters in your physician job interview.
  • As a physician and a mother, Dr. Dina Vaynberg has always had to juggle life’s challenges, but the pandemic intensified the struggle. Here, the OBGYN and mom of toddler sons talks about what health systems must do to better support physician moms and offers tips on how to make sure your next role...
  • Long before the pandemic, doctors faced their own mental health concerns. Learn what’s been done — and what’s needed — to improve access to help.
  • When it comes to career choices, physicians have many options. From employed to part-time and location-based work, you’re bound to find your fit.
  • If you’re job hunting right now, making a good impression through the screen of your laptop has taken on a whole new importance. We asked our recruiters their top tips on how to approach your virtual interview with confidence. Here’s what they had to say. | NATIVE CONTENT |
  • The internet can be a powerful health care tool — giving patients access to their medical records and enabling direct communication with their providers. But it can also be a source of misinformation. Here, Provider Solutions & Development shares facts about medical misinformation, ways to addres...
  • For Dr. Steven Dailey, getting his black belt was just as important as where he’d be performing surgery. He is now building a thriving Orthopedics program in a small town hospital, with a jiu jitsu studio just down the street. Here, he shares how he worked with Provider Solutions & Development to...
  • Sure, money and location are important when you’re deciding where to work next. But often it’s the intangibles that will tip the scales toward one particular opportunity. How innovative is the health system? What’s the work culture like? Here, we dive under the surface to explore how you can make...
  • Inspired to cure cancer and not just treat it, Dr. Rangaswamy Chintapatla has built a career where he spends as much time running clinical trials as he does seeing his Oncology patients. Here, he describes the many benefits of incorporating research into your practice.
  • A 4 a.m. phone call from home alerted Dr. Brandon Temte, a third-year resident teaching at a medical school in Uganda, that coronavirus was now a pandemic. The U.S. was closing its airports. He caught the last international fight out and returned to a completely changed hospital and country. Here...
  • He spent nearly a decade as a small town physician, but Dr. Samuel Nyamu always knew he wanted to practice in a large, metropolitan environment. Read about his big leap, and how he, his wife and four children have found their happy place in California.
  • Burned out from decades of bureaucracy and long hours, Dr. Tony Knott left his practice behind and flew to England. A five-year adventure ensued, including learning to drive on the left side of the road and launching a book publishing company. Now a family practice doctor at NYC Health + Hospital...
  • Dr. Terena Gimmillaro worked in the food service industry for years before becoming a primary care physician. Her background gave her a heart for helping people struggling with the disease of addiction. Read how she pivoted her career, and learn about her pioneering approach to helping patients d...
  • An in-house recruitment manager at Provider Solutions & Development shares his expert advice on the benefits of Locum Tenens roles and navigating the changing industry during the COVID-19 pandemic.