There are a number of items that will make credentialing go much smoother, whether you are planning on going on a locum’s assignment or taking a permanent position. Take a look at the list below and brush up your… Read more »
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Can you believe it? You are almost there. If you are a 2020 resident or fellow, all those years of training, sacrifice, 12+ hours days and sleepless nights are (hopefully for some of you) coming to an end! Now you face… Read more »
As a doctor who is eager to embark on a locum tenens assignment or help patients, you likely don’t want to get bogged down in the time and red tape of medical licensure. Working in a new state will… Read more »
Introducing the Pacific Companies Doc Lounge Podcast Pacific Companies is excited to announce their first ever podcast series! Pacific Companies is no stranger to the healthcare industry. With over 18 years as one of the nation’s top physician recruitment… Read more »
We were recently asked by a physician about what is a “community/practice profile” and why do we do this. Community/practice profile. The conducting of a community/practice profile is perhaps the single most important ingredient to our success as permanent physician… Read more »
I am frequently asked by physicians, administrators and my colleagues on what is the best way to quantify the need for an additional physician. There is not a one size fits all when trying to determine the need for bringing… Read more »
We were recently asked by a physician why recruiters generally don’t disclose the location of the jobs they represent. While I cannot speak for other recruiters I have worked for other recruiting firms in the past and I suspect… Read more »
Introducing the Pacific Companies Doc Lounge Podcast Pacific Companies is excited to announce their first ever podcast series! Pacific Companies is no stranger to the healthcare industry. With over 18 years as one of the nation’s top physician recruitment firms,… Read more »
As a society we’re pretty removed from death. We don’t really talk about it. Yet when medical students start their training, it suddenly becomes something they’re intimately acquainted with. So how are doctors taught to deal with death? There… Read more »
Medical waste is a type of waste that is generated by healthcare facilities such as dentist offices, hospitals, veterinary clinics, medical research labs and blood banks. Every facility’s staff has its own answers. Practices differ, and state regulations do… Read more »