In today’s physician recruitment market, “quality of life” reigns supreme. Many young physicians find themselves more interested in the community a practice is situated in than the practice itself. New generations of physicians are seeking opportunities that emphasize a healthy work-life balance – and they want to make sure the community they will call home will have plenty for them to do.

 

But writing a good community description is about more than just highlighting the excellent museums and hiking trails in your community. As physicians relocate with their families, community features that affect those nearest and dearest to them become increasingly important.

 

Below are the top six things you should include in a great community profile that will draw physicians to your community – and make your physician recruitment efforts a success.

 

 


 

 

Key Take Aways:

  • Include information that will help them identify opportunities for their family
  • Make sure they know the true cost of living in your area so they can make an informed decision
  • Give them information of fun things to do alone or with family