Effective Recruiting: Using Location Ties to Source Candidates

Posted by Doximity TF Team

Convincing a doctor to move – whether it’s for a locum tenens position or an opportunity for the doctor to settle down – is easier if your candidate has a personal connection or local tie to your community or state. Did the physician candidate (or their spouse or partner) get their undergraduate degree at a local University? Maybe he or she attended medical school or completed their residency training there? Was the candidate – or their spouse – born there? Perhaps they have family or close friends who live nearby. Candidates are often willing, eager even, to go back to their roots.  

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Filed under Convincing a doctorto move, Recruiting out-of-area-physicians, Relocation recruiting, Past locations are the ties that bind

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