Hiring Foreign Medical Graduates
Foreign Medical Graduate HIRING MADE EASY
How do you address your physician shortage needs?
Author: Ranchod Law Group
My clients, hospitals, medical facilities, and clinics, range in size and in practice areas, but they all have one major thing in common, all of my clients come to me because they are suffering from a shortage of physicians.
If you are like my other medical facility clients you are extremely busy managing your facility, patient needs, Human Resources staffing needs and policies, and a host of other issues that are involved in practicing medicine and running a medical facility. Your facility depends on having sufficient competent physicians on staff.
Unfortunately, if your medical facility is feeling a shortage of physicians now, it is about to get a lot worse. As reported by Forbes on September 11, 2013, an estimated 7 million previously uninsured Americans will have coverage January 1, 2014, thanks to the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act (that number will jump to 20 million by 2016). When combined with the millions of Baby Boomers that will be reaching Medicare age, the nation is facing a Perfect Storm of physician shortages. Forbes further reports that an estimated 75,000-150,000 new physicians will be needed over the next decade.
I created this book to address the solution of hiring foreign medical graduates to address the physician shortage your facility is, or could be facing.
Why you should download and read this book
The use of foreign medical graduates can alleviate the physician shortage you are experiencing in your facility. Foreign medical graduates can also be employed to grow your medical facility. This book is most helpful for hospital executives, medical facility administrators, human resource personnel, or any health care management professional who is considering the employment of foreign physicians.Contact us now for your copy of Hiring Foreign Medical Graduates for more information on Hiring Foreign Medical Graduates
NOTE: This information is not intended to provide solutions to individual problems and does not constitute an attorney client relationship. Readers are cautioned not to attempt to solve individual problems on the basis of information contained herein and are strongly advised to seek competent legal counsel with an experienced Immigration Attorney regarding case specific situations.