Shortage of surgeons pinches U.S. hospitals
San Diego, CA (PRWEB) April 19, 2009
In the health field, where professionals are already frequently overworked, squandering away hours on a job search is the last thing doctors and nurses want to be doing with their limited free time. Meanwhile, healthcare facilities are scratching their heads over how to spread the word about their job openings to the best and brightest medical pros the industry has to offer. The Web site MatrixMJ.com is meeting both of these pressing concerns head on.
Developed by a physician and a human resources professional, Matrix Medical Jobs is a job search board that encompasses over 50 specialties throughout the health field. On the job seeker's end, it provides targeted leads specific to his or her area of medical expertise. From the open-position hospital or medical group's perspective, it's revolutionary technology pushes the advertised job through to the most appropriate candidates. As a result, it saves both sides significant time, and because its interface leverages precise matching tools, it accomplishes this feat without sacrificing quality. Nurses, physicians, surgeons, cardiologists, pharmacists, allied health professionals and other medical specialists who would like to uncover their job niche quickly and efficiently can do so online at http://www.matrixmj.com.
Last year, "USA Today" covered a story titled, "Shortage of surgeons pinches U.S. hospitals," citing an ongoing problem that dates all the way back to the 1980s and 1990s. The article went on to point out, "Now the impact of a national shortage of surgeons and family practice doctors is echoing across the country." Indeed, just last week, KHOU.com reported that "Houston (is) facing a doctor shortage." Meanwhile, the "Washington Post" asserted that although the "Economic Recession Has Temporarily Alleviated (the) Nationwide Nursing Shortage," the "economic incentive that has swollen the nursing work force during the recession seems certain to evaporate when the economy rebounds, throwing the health care system deeper than ever into the crisis."
With shortages abounding in nearly all medical specialty areas, hospitals and health groups are scrambling for viable candidates to fill their openings. That means quality healthcare jobs are readily available if candidates have the time to search and know where to look for them. Matrix Medical Jobs eliminates these contingencies on both sides of the equation by bringing together medical experts with the top employers in their main area of specialization. The end result is securing of the perfect job (or filling of a job opening with the perfect candidate) in less time.
For more information on Matrix Medical Jobs' expert matching interface, contact Kristie McDonald toll free at (800) 890-3385, ext. 13. To post a medical job opening or to conduct a tailored, results-focused medical employment search, visit the job board online at http://www.MatrixMJ.com.
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