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30+ days ago

Hospitalist - Physician

TeamHealth Dalton, GA +2 locations

Hospitalist opening in Dalton, Georgia. This and other physician jobs brought to you by DocCafe. FULL TIME STAFF PHYSICIAN OPENING. TITLE: Hospital… DocCafe


20 days ago

Emergency Medicine - Physician Assistant

TeamHealth Dalton, GA +2 locations

Emergency Medicine opening in Dalton, Georgia. This and other physician assistant jobs brought to you by DocCafe. Opportunity for a Physician… DocCafe


20 days ago

Emergency Medicine - Physician

TeamHealth Dalton, GA

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


30+ days ago

Hospitalist - Physician Assistant

TeamHealth Cleveland, TN

Hospitalist opening in Cleveland, Tennessee. This and other physician assistant jobs brought to you by DocCafe. Opportunity for a Nurse Practitioner… DocCafe


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    Big company, but not bad

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    I have been working at Team Health full-time (more than 3 years)

    Pros

    Plenty of room for growth and / or leadership positions. This company is quite large and offers many different geographic locals to practice. The benefits are priced well and there are plenty of retirement options as well.

    Cons

    It is a large company. There seems to be a great deal of turn over of entry level supporting staff (schedulers, benefits and HR people). This often makes communications with corporate challenging. They can be slow to make changes.
    Front line leadership, as with many big companies, seems to be trying to climb the corporate health care ladder. It sometimes leads to bad or over-zealous leaders. There's been a recent restructuring of upper level management that may make changes.

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    Recruit and retain experience. Keep salaries and benefits competitive.

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