Expo and Career Fair

Expo & Career Fair

CDC

The CDC developed the Let’s Stop HIV Together campaign to help health care providers promote HIV testing, prevent HIV for patients at risk through sex or injection drug use (IDU), and achieve viral suppression.

 Check out CDC’s HIV Nexus, a one-stop location for information across the HIV care continuum, including up-to-date tools and guidelines, free CME/CE opportunities and educational materials for your patients and you.


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CentraCare

CentraCare is one of the largest health systems in Minnesota, consisting of eight hospitals including St. Cloud Hospital, 30+ clinics, 11 senior housing facilities and eight long-term care facilities. Our team of more than 900 physicians and APPs provide care to a service area of approximately 700,000, using the latest advancements in care, technology and treatments close to home.



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Dartmouth-Hitchcock


Choose mentorship from over 15 experts in the field of health care delivery science and primary care services research. Mentoring opportunities focus on establishing fundamental research skills, obtaining preliminary pilot data, writing first-authored manuscripts, and submitting a research project grant or career development award in one or more of Dartmouth’s many strengths, including secondary analysis of population-based data sets, intervention research, and implementation science. Fellows also have the opportunity to apply for a 3-year fellowship that includes a Masters in Public Health.

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Cleveland Clinic

Cleveland Clinic is one of the world's largest and busiest health centers. Patients come to Cleveland Clinic from all over the world. We offer advance treatment for all illnesses and disorders of the body. We enjoy a strong reputation for outstanding quality care. U.S. New & World Report has declared that we are among the top five "Best Hospitals" in America. Contact Jen Kambies, kambiej@ccf.org

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Johns Hopkins Community Recruiters

Johns Hopkins Medicine pushes the boundaries of discovery, transforms health care, advances medical education and creates hope for humanity.

Johns Hopkins Community Physicians serves Maryland and Wash. DC with 40 locations across the Mid-Atlantic and our 2021 plan includes expansion into Northern Virginia. Our staff and providers are highly engaged and committed to teamwork. Through the diverse backgrounds, opinions and experiences of our employees, we are able to deliver on the promise to improve the health of the communities we serve. Come learn about our open positions and how Together, we will Deliver the Promise of Medicine.

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The Permanente Medical Group, Inc

The Permanente Medical Group, Inc. is the largest medical group in the United States — and one of the most distinguished. Our 9,000 physicians are leading the transformation of health care and delivering superior clinical outcomes that have a positive and often life-changing impact on the health of our more than 4.5 million patients in Northern California. We equip our physicians with the tools they need so they can focus on what they do best, providing world-class patient care. Join us is in leading the future of healthcare.


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VA HSRD

VA’s Health Service Research and Development Service (VA HSR&D) advances the science of healthcare delivery with the aim of improving the care and health outcomes of Veterans. VA HSR&D investigations address fundamental questions of quality, safety, access, equity, cost, and organization within the country’s largest integrated healthcare system.

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UpToDate

UpToDate has become a primary and focal point-of-care resource for medical knowledge. SGIM has partnered with UpToDate over the past fifteen years to bring the general internist perspective to UpToDate topics through scholarly review of chapters. Many UpToDate topics are written primarily for specialists but have important primary care implications with clear need of general medicine input.

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