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30+ days ago

Emergency Medicine - Physician

TeamHealth Nelsonville, OH +2 locations

Emergency Medicine opening in Nelsonville, Ohio. This and other physician jobs brought to you by DocCafe. Opportunity for a Physician to join our ED… DocCafe


16 days ago

Emergency Medicine - Physician Assistant

TeamHealth Parkersburg, WV

Emergency Medicine opening in Parkersburg, West Virginia. This and other physician assistant jobs brought to you by DocCafe. Opportunity for a… DocCafe


22 days ago

Emergency Medicine - Physician - Only Physicians May Apply

TeamHealth Nelsonville, OH +2 locations

Emergency Medicine opening in Nelsonville, Ohio. This and other physician jobs brought to you by DocCafe. Opportunity for a Physician to join our ED… Percipio Media


21 days ago

Staff PA

TeamHealth Parkersburg, WV

Opportunity for a Physician Assistant or Nurse Practitioner to join our ED team full-time at Camden-Clark Medical Center - Memorial Campus in… Percipio Media


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    Nice people to work for until...

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    I worked at Team Health full-time

    Pros

    There is a great infrastructure of support for doing one's job well as a new physician or mid-level or even as an experienced physician. support for continuing education (they don't just pay lip service to this, they provide really good resources). Everyone seems to be friendly.

    Cons

    Will do whatever it takes to keep a contract... will hire a new graduate for a position where the management clearly does not want a new graduate and then turn around and fire them for not being experienced enough when management complains.

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    Realize that sometimes resentment may be harbored related to a contract you have recently gained and that this resentment may be taken out on your new hires, especially PAs and NPs, and even more so if they are new graduates. Be willing to stand by and support these employees.

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