Are you facing these challenges?
- Stress and anxiety over selecting your next job.
- Being asked to sign an employment contract without understanding what’s in it.
- Reviewing job offers and not knowing what to ask.
- Making the transition from training to practice without any mentoring.
- Fear and trepidation that you’ll become burned-out, cynical and disengaged like the clinicians who trained you.
- Not knowing who to turn to for advice.
I’ve been there. Learn from My JourneyI was staring at my first employment contract and I had no idea what to do next. Finishing fourteen years of training deep in debt and with my first child on the way, I had no margin for error. There was no one I could turn to who knew what I needed to know and was also willing to share.
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“…Because of your help with my first job, my husband and I felt comfortable enough to move our family plans up two whole years. We’re expecting our first child this summer and we might even be able to have one more baby than we first thought! I hope it’s ok if send my future students to you when they’re looking at their first jobs so you can do the same for them.”
Anna S. M.D.
My offer and why it’s great for youToday, when almost everyone entering medical practice is taking an employed position, you need someone in your corner. Your new employer is run by savvy businessmen, not doctors. These business leaders have every interest in getting you to do the most work for the least cost to them. To level the playing field you need an advisor who’s actually been there, who can decode the language in your employment offer and tell you what it actually reveals. Only then can you make the best choices for your future with confidence and power.
- 1. Expert analysis of your options so you can choose the position that’s right for you.
- 2. Comprehensive planning so you can make the most of the offer you select.
- 3. Mentoring through your transition from training to practice, so you don’t have the
- stress of dealing with your new challenges alone.