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3/20/17 3:26 PM
As of July 1st, The Accreditation Council for Graduate Medical Education will allow first-year residents to work 24 hours without a break, scrapping the 2011 placed 16 hour shift cap. If a particular transition between doctors necessitates it, that can be extended to 28 full hours.
Texas | Emergency Medicine Physician Spotlight: Robert A. Frolichstein, MD - President, GSEP, San Antonio
10/10/16 1:40 PM
SPOTLIGHT: Robert A. Frolichstein, MD - President, Greater San Antonio Emergency Physicians, P.A.
Will you be attending ACEP16 in Las Vegas? If so, make time to come by Booth #S2421 and meet Dr. Robert Frolichstein, of Greater San Antonio Emergency Physicians (GSEP). He will be available to speak with you face-to-face and discuss the emergency physician openings within the San Antonio Methodist Hospital System Emergency Departments and freestanding EDs.
Don't Wait! Schedule your time today by emailing a copy of your CV to GSEP@EMrecruits.com.
Robert Frolichstein, MD
Medical School: University of Missouri School of Medicine
Residency: San Antonio Uniformed Services Health Education Consortium
Residency Specialty: Emergency Medicine
Current Position: President and Partner, Greater San Antonio Emergency Physicians (GSEP)
Tell us a little more about GSEP....
We are an independent, democratic professional corporation of over 75 emergency medicine physicians serving 6 hospitals in San Antonio, Texas. We handle over 200,000 patient visits to our Emergency Departments and Urgent Care Centers.
8/18/16 3:33 PM
The beginning of a physician's career is full of unknowns. What would emergency physicians tell their younger-selves if they had the knowledge they have now? That is exactly what we wanted to find out when we reached out to the physician leadership team at our Hawaii emergency medicine group, Hawaii Emergency Physicians Associated.
Topics: Career Advancement
12/18/15 12:52 PM
8 Simple Rules for Telephone Interviewing
You've found what you think might be the perfect opportunity. You've spoken to the position's recruiter and they agree... this could be a match. Before a face-to-face interview takes place, however, the emergency medicine group you're interested in has decided they'd like to speak with you over the phone. Simple enough, right? Yes, but you still need to properly prepare yourself to ensure that you make a strong impression and secure a site interview.
Telephone screening offers an introduction and gives some level of assurance that you are appropriate for the opportunity. Remember the impression you make during the telephone interview determines if there will be a site visit. Unqualified candidates are screened out over the telephone. If you are unprepared or ill-mannered on the phone, you may not have an opportunity to go to the next step.
Topics: Career Advancement