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Employment

Physician Employment Agreement

Florida

Asked on May 23, 2023

How to value a physician employment agreement?

I am a physician looking to enter into a new employment agreement with a local hospital. I am looking to understand how to value this agreement, as it will be a long-term commitment, and I want to ensure that I am getting a fair deal. In addition, I am also concerned about the terms and conditions, and want to make sure that I am not agreeing to any terms that are not in my best interests.

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Employment

Florida

Answered 414 days ago

Venus C.

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Hello. It's great that you're being proactive and want to make sure you're getting a fair deal. Long-term commitments like these require careful consideration. Here’s a few things to consider. First off, consider the compensation. Take a close look at not just your base salary but also any bonuses, incentives, and benefits they're offering. Compare these numbers to what other physicians in your area are getting to see if it's a fair deal. Regarding benefits, factor those into your evaluation. Think about things like healthcare coverage, retirement plans, malpractice insurance, vacation time, and CME allowances. Consider how these perks align with your personal needs and preferences. Also, while money matters, consider the contract length, termination provisions, any restrictions (like non-compete clauses), your expected workload, and opportunities for professional development. It's essential to fully grasp these aspects to see how they align with your goals. Overall, the objective is to think about what matters most to you and whether the contractual terms align with your interests. In the end, your employment agreement should be a win-win for both you and the hospital. Keep in mind that this response is meant to provide general guidance only and is not a substitute for personalized legal advice. Every individual matter is unique. As such, consulting with an attorney to review your employment agreement and address your specific needs is highly recommended. I wish you the best of luck as you venture into this new employment opportunity.

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