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Advice on recruitment of podiatrists to work in private practice

Discussion in 'Practice Management' started by Bonnie, May 16, 2021.

  1. Bonnie

    Bonnie Active Member


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    Hi
    I wanted any advice on recruitment of podiatrists to work in a private practice. It appears diificult at present to recruit part time podiatrists on an associate basis. Is direct employment of a podiatrist a better option?
    Advice appreciated.
    Thank you
    Bonnie
     
  2. Blarney

    Blarney Active Member

    Hey Bonnie, employing someone can be easier, it can depend on where you're based

    I've had both associates and employees.

    DM me and we can arrange a chat.

    Justin
     
  3. Bonnie

    Bonnie Active Member

    Thank you Justin
    Regards
    Bonnie.
     
  4. Bonnie

    Bonnie Active Member

    Hi Justin# What does DM mean?
    wondered if you can advice as not able to find an associate part time as yet.
    Thanks
    Bonnie
     
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