As an Employed Physician, Your Time is Not Your Own
That's why so many employed physicians contact me. The job sounded great when you met with the recruiter, the practice manager and the staff, but once you were on board, you realized that jumping onboard really meant jumping onto the treadmill.
Your days are booked 8:00 or 9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. with patient care or surgery, then you have to catch up on charting, email patients, review reports, and attend obligatory physician meetings. What began as a regularly scheduled job has turned become more exhausting than residency. But how do you get out? You have no time. You call recruiters, and they simply tell you they don't work with doctors leaving practice. You apply online for jobs, but you never get a response. Where do you turn.
I know you're on a tight schedule, but I can help. The telephone will become your best friend, and with my help and support, meeting new people on the phone will be as easy as walking into the exam room. So, let's talk. I can help set your mind at ease and help you see a much brighter job future.
Successfully implementing your career transition is a second job. Approach it with the same level of structure and commitment you approach your practice and you'll have every reason to be successful.
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I'll provide you an initial one-hour consultation, absolutely free, and you can decide if you believe I can help you with your transition we can discuss an easily managed monthly program to get you into the right job market, in the right way, for you.