2/27/18 11:08 AM
3/7/17 1:38 PM
See the Best Orlando has to Offer -
When most people think of Orlando images of Mickey Mouse® and the theme parks that made the city famous come to mind, but Orlando has a lot more to offer than just long lines and pricey food! Check out some of our suggestions below for having a great time while attending AAEM17. If you check any of these out, be sure to check in and give us a shout #LoveLifeLoveEM @EMrecruits. Stop by our booth #609 to discuss your future career in EM.
2/28/17 10:28 AM
It’s a common struggle, a crowded Emergency room versus the rumble in your tummy. Though not often addressed, the question seems to appear just about everywhere advice is given to EM staff. What should be a mandatory part of your day is often an afterthought when you work in emergency medicine. We’ve searched the internet for the best advice and gathered it together here!
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.
1/28/16 12:32 PM
The Burden of Physician Burnout: Why The Rates Continue to Rise
It's no new fact that physicians experience burnout at a higher rate than the rest of the U.S. population -- 37.9% compared to 27.8%, according to a recent study in Achieves of Internal Medicine -- and that emergency medicine physicians rank higher than any other medical specialty. What's even more concerning, physicians, especially residents, also report higher suicide rates than the general population, however only 26% of physicians who report suicidal thoughts seek help.