Tag - fellow

Tag - fellow

How to Prepare for your Physician Interview

June 8th, 2023 The path to landing your dream job starts before you ever sit down for a face-to-face interview. If you want to stand out to potential employers, you’ll need to do some homework. Check out this inforgraphic for tips.

Residents and Fellows: Where to Begin with a Private Practice

April 21st, 2014 As you near the end of your residency or fellowship, you have the chance to decide whether to join an existing practice or start your own. While your decision will be based on personal preference and your comfort level with starting a business directly out of medical school, the following steps can help you determine which choice is best for you.

My Locums Story – How I Used Locums to Improve My Skills After Medical School

February 2nd, 2014 Dr. Bassam Rimawi is an overachiever. He started medical school when he was just 15 years old and now he’s completing two simultaneous OB/GYN fellowships at a hospital in South Carolina. If that wasn’t enough, he continues to work locum tenens assignments on the side.

Why Young Doctors are Choosing Hospitals over Private Practices

January 15th, 2014 While a family practice physician may have aspired to own his own private practice 20 years ago, today’s doctors are increasingly choosing to work at hospitals and clinics instead. “There’s something appealing about having someone else pay the light bill,” says Kristin Gillenwater.

Family Practice Residents Invited To Apply For Haiti Medical Mission Scholarship

October 14th, 2013 CompHealth is excited to support a scholarship to allow one family medicine resident attend a medical mission in Haiti with the American Academy of Family Physicians Foundation.