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Physician recruiting is often an added responsibility for healthcare administrators, medical directors and human resource professionals that they simply do not have time for. We carefully pre-qualify our physician candidates by obtaining detailed information explaining the who, what, when where and whys of the job change. We then discuss with the candidates the specific location, practice, and details that we do have regarding financial package. Then, with permission of the candidate, we forward the C.V. and Physician Candidate Profile Form to the person coordinating the recruiting in the hospital, medical group, or healthcare system.

We also work with a select few smaller recruiting firms across the country, not only to provide a larger candidate pool to our clients, but also so that we have more opportunities to offer our physician candidates.

A variety of resources are utilized to locate appropriate physician candidates, from direct mail campaigns to postings on our website, to advertising in a variety of media. Each practice opportunity is unique, as are each of our client's needs. Communicating frequently and clearly during the entire process has proven during the past decade to be integral to the success of the interviews, negotiations and ultimately to our clients hiring physicians that fit their needs.

We would be happy to speak with you regarding assisting you fill your physician openings. We work with virtually all specialty areas, and our physician candidates are seeking jobs in every state of the USA. Contact us by telephone at (520) 577-5159 or cellular (520) 203-3984, or via email at mcpaul@medicalcareerpaths.com or mcpaul@comcast.net. We will submit a contingency recruitment contract for review. Medical Career Paths has also provided retained recruitment services and can assist you if you feel you need a retained search.

We look forward to assisting you.

Mary Cranny-Paul, R.N., B.S.N.
Executive Director

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