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Lotus Medical Staffing has a position for you! We value getting to know you and what you’re looking for in a position, whether it’s: higher compensation, better quality of life, being closer to family, challenging your clinical skills, academics, or leadership. During our prescreen process we will discuss your ideal job and the positions that meet your requirements.

Lotus Medical Staffing respects your privacy and will never disclose your CV without your permission.

We assist in scheduling on-site interviews and ensure you are fully prepared. Your recruiter will orient you prior to your interview, providing you with a complete schedule outlining where to report, who you will meet, and other pertinent details. We want to make sure you are fully prepared to be at your best and walk away with an offer!

Are you a new graduate?

Lotus will assist you through your job search and the placement process step by step, addressing any questions or concerns you might have. We know which of our nationally recognized clients are ready to speak to new grads and ensure we introduce you to them in a timely manner. Residents and Fellows should start their job search in the Fall and interview throughout December and January, as the placement process typically takes 6-9 months. The placement process of an SRNA typically takes 1-6 months.

Choosing the right position:

We recommend you consult with your spouse or family to help you narrow down what is important with these guiding questions:

  1. Do we need to be close to other family members, like aging parents?
  2. How important is compensation vs quality of life?
  3. Should we base our geographical preferences on school systems, churches, or culture?
  4. Will we be happy in a rural or metropolitan area?
  5. Can my spouse or significant other find work as well?

Which offer should I accept?

Now that you have a few offers from our clients, it is important to compare all of the positions and consider the following categories when choosing the right opportunity:

Compensation – Compare compensation to cost of living, as this varies greatly throughout the country. Is there state tax, affordable housing, public vs private schools? Does this position offer partnership or a production bonus? Is there a sign on or relocation bonus? What will I make year 1 vs year 3?

Quality of life – This may be defined as work schedule vs time off. How long is a normal work day? How often am I on call? 

Benefits – Employers are now offering a wide array of benefits to remain competitive in the job market. Examine the entire package and determine which benefits are most valuable to you and your family. We have included a list of benefits that you may be offered below: 

  • Health Insurance
  • Life Insurance
  • Disability – short and long term
  • Vision
  • Dental
  • Tuition reimbursement
  • Malpractice Insurance (including tail)
  • CME Stipend
  • PTO/Vacation
  • Retirement Plan/Matching
  • Licensing fees
  • Paid college tuition for children
  • Membership dues

Geographical preferences – Does the area provide a safe and secure setting for my family? Would we reside close enough to extended family? Are there organized activities or athletic programs for our children? Is the culture diverse enough for my family? How are the schools ranked on a national level? Is there a local church that would meet my religious requirements? What activities can we participate in during our free time?