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Hospitalist Sample Resume

 

A hospitalist is perhaps one of the broadest medical jobs out there. A hospitalist can over see the ER patients as well as direct, manage and report a patient’s conditions to their primary care doctor. It is a lot of responsibility and it is more than being just a doctor. So your resume needs to be more than just an average physician resume.


Curriculum Vitae

For starters, you might not want to even do a resume but do a curriculum vitae instead. A CV might be better because it lists employment history, education, professional service and honors in a chronological order. A resume is usually designed to highlight your skills and experience. The biggest issue is a resume traditionally should not be more than a page long and if you are applying for a hospitalist position you will know that you can not fit all your qualifications on one page.

There is some debate if your hospitalist CV should include an objection or not. Some interviewers will want to see an objective while others would rather see it on your cover letter. As with a resume you want to list your experience in reverse chronological order. You might have some gaps in your experience due to being let go or taking time off to travel and do research and you should explain those gaps in your cover letter.

Another important aspect to include on your hospitalist CV is your licensure status and your board eligibility. This way they know your credentials. You want to make sure you are upfront about your needs and wants but if there are some things you are not willing to budge on say your work schedule, you might want to put that in the cover letter so that if it does not match with the hospital you do not waste their time or yours. Unlike traditional work places, hospitals may have policies that they will not bend, even for you.

Hospitalist recruiters also like to see your personal information. It is these recruiter’s jobs to see if you are going to match with the hospital and with the community so personal information is key. Most hospitalist jobs will require you to locate and the recruiters want to make sure you will be happy in your new environment. By knowing your hobbies and interests it will make it easier on them to see if you fit.

Lastly, stand out from other applications. Recruiters like to see people who have gone above and beyond responsibilities and brought a little extra value to where they previously worked.

A hospitalist is not a traditional job that you can land with just any old resume. A CV will help you get your experience and skills across much better than a resume.

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