Always FREE to the Job Seeker!Practice opportunities are available in almost every region of the country.
New opportunities arise every week or two and are posted on our web site www.farrhealthcare.com
Medical Director, TBI and subacute opportunities in: KSSkilled nursing facility opportunities in: AZ, FL, GA, IL, IN, MO, OH, PA, TXPediatric rehab opportunity in: GA Practice Purchases in CA, FL, ND, NV, and TN
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REALLY, A BAD REFERENCE ABOUT ME!
Yes, it’s hard to believe that someone would not give you a good reference. Surprisingly, every now and then I obtain a bad reference about someone. Therefore, it’s important that you really vet your references to make sure they will provide positive information about you.
Getting good references doesn’t start at the point of asking for a reference. Getting good references starts with developing good relations on a long-term basis. Of course, this should be a natural process and part of all of our ongoing efforts to have good interpersonal relationship skills. Said another way, just because you had a good conversation yesterday with someone is not cause to ask them for a reference today.
When you ask someone to provide a reference for you, judge their response to you. If it’s enthusiastic, that’s a good clue that it will be a good reference. If they nod with little expression, take awhile to get back to you, say they don’t know enough about you, etc., then you might want to get another reference. Not all references are necessarily contacted so this person shouldn’t feel slighted if not called.
References are confidential so you don’t know what the reference will say about you. However, if you consistently don’t get jobs, bad references may be the reason. Change who you get as references and see if this makes a difference in your job search.
By Linda Farr
WHY DOCTORS LEAVE THEIR JOBS
The following information about why doctors leave practices and how to increase physician retention is included below.
This survey was done recently by CompHealth.
REMINDER – IMMEDIATE RELEASES OF NEW PRACTICE OPPORTUNITIES
If you’d like to receive immediate release of new practice opportunities, please sign up at my website at www.farrhealthcare.com. The upper left hand side has a place where you can enter your email address. About once every week or two, you will receive an email about any new practice opportunities. More information about the new practice opportunities may be found by clicking on the Openings tab on the Farr Healthcare website. Even more information is available by contacting Farr Healthcare, Inc. at [email protected], 888-362-7200.
REMINDER – FORUM FOR COMMENTS ABOUT PHYSIATRY
Now there’s a place to record your comments or questions about physiatry non-clinical issues. I look forward to your thoughts. So far only 1 physiatrist has participated. Please visit my website at www.farrhealthcare.com and click on the tab that says Forum. Please feel free to use it as often as you wish. If a response is requested, I will work to provide it! look forward to hearing your thoughts.
REMINDER – THANK YOU REFERRAL BONUS
As a thank you, Farr Healthcare, Inc. continues its referral bonus program. Any doctors you refer to me for a particular opportunity who ultimately start work at that opportunity, Farr Healthcare, Inc. will provide you with a $1,000 as a thank you. I look forward to hearing from you.
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