Recruitment & Retention Tools

RESOURCES

Recruitment & Retention

National Resources

CareerMD

careermd.com

CareerMD connects physicians with employers – online, in print, and face to face at events all across the country. In the past decade, thousands of residents, fellows and physicians have found their jobs through CareerMD.


NHSC (National Health Service Corps)

nhscjobs.hrsa.gov

HHS announces the new NHSC (National Health Service Corps) Jobs Center! Search for NHSC Sites by current job openings, HPSA scores, location, etc. You'll find customized site profiles including languages spoken by patients, hours of operation, information about nearby schools and businesses all in one convenient place.


AAFP CareerLink Recruitment Guide

www.aafpcareerlink.org

The American Academy of Family Physicians is one of the largest national medical organizations, representing more than 100,300 family physicians, family medicine residents and medical students nationwide. Founded in 1947, its mission has been to preserve and promote the science and art of Family Medicine and to ensure high-quality, cost-effective health care for patients of all ages.


Association of Staff Physician Recruiters

www.aspr.org

The Association of Staff Physician Recruiters (ASPR) is a professional organization exclusively for in-house physician recruitment professionals. ASPR is the leading authority on physician recruitment and retention. The organization’s focus is to support and enhance the careers of in-house physician recruitment professionals.

ASPR is comprised of more than 1,100 in-house physician recruitment professionals employed directly by hospitals, clinics, physician practices, academic medical centers, and managed care organizations from across the United States and Canada.


NOAH

noah-health.org

NOAH provides access to high quality consumer health information in English and Spanish. The NOAH volunteer editors do not write this information. Instead, librarians and health professionals in New York and beyond find, select, and organize full-text consumer health information that is current, relevant, accurate and unbiased.


PracticeMatch Services

practicematch.com

Job board for all healthcare practitioners and physician data, lists, profiles, cv, information, mailing lists, and practice opportunities.


PracticeLink

www.practicelink.com

Physician jobs and employment from over 900 employers nationwide. PracticeLink provides physician opportunities to over 10000 candidates across all US states.


State Resources

Georgia HealthWorks

www.gahealthworks.com

Georgia HealthWorks is the premier job board portal for healthcare employers and job seekers in the Georgia region. . Dedicated to jobs focused in Georgia including nursing, allied health, medical coding and billing, pharmaceutical sales, public health, and many other health careers, Georgia HealthWorks is committed to providing the best information and resources to fulfill employer and job seeker needs.


Georgia Academy of Family Physicians (GAFP)

www.gafp.org

The Mission of the Georgia Academy of Family Physicians is to promote the health of the citizens of Georgia by advancing the specialty of Family Medicine through education, advocacy and service to family physicians in the State of Georgia.


The Georgia Board for Physician Workforce (GBPW)

gbpw.georgia.gov/portal/site/GBPW

The Georgia Board for Physician Workforce (GBPW) is a state agency responsible for advising the Governor and the General Assembly on physician workforce and medical education policy and issues. The 15 member Board works to identify the physician workforce needs of Georgia communities and to meet those needs through the support and development of medical education programs. The Board's responsibilities include monitoring and forecasting the supply and distribution of physicians in Georgia; assuring an adequate supply, specialty mix, and geographic distribution of physicians to meet the health care needs of Georgia; coordinating physician workforce planning with state funding for medical education; and the development and support of medical education programs required to meet physician workforce needs.