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Onyx M.D. Now Tweet Jobs for Physician Job Opportunities by Specialty
Date:9/30/2009

ey are lost for physicians when they sift through numerous job boards and websites with dated job postings. Finding the right job at the right time presents physicians with the opportunity to expand their skill set, enhance their income and deliver care to under-served communities while still managing their busy lifestyles.

"Docs are now using their iPhones and Blackberries to check new tweets at work or on their lunch breaks," says Recruiting Consultant Blake Snowden at Onyx M.D. "The moment new jobs are posted, docs want to be the first to jump on the new opportunities."

More and more physicians today are using this type of technology to enhance their careers. Onyx M.D. is adapting to the changing environment by utilizing Twitter to reach their physicians instantly.

About Onyx M.D.:
Onyx M.D. is the Nation's fastest growing physician-owned and operated locum tenens and permanent physician recruiting company. With offices in Denver and Dallas, Onyx M.D. is expanding to meet the increasing physician staffing demands of the health care industry.

This leadership provides a deep understanding to the practice of physicians and the position of health care facilities. The nationwide physician and nursing shortage has put new strains on healthcare delivery. Hospitals across the country have responded by becoming increasingly reliant on temporary staffing solutions. Onyx M.D. was founded in 2004 to respond to this growing demand and is one of the leaders in the industry today.

For additional information, visit www.onyxmd.com.

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