1. Do patients pay to use best doctors?
No. Best Doctors is either included in an employee's benefits package at no charge or is part of the member's health insurance policy. Any additional tests or services that may be required based on the Best Doctors recommendation are covered according to the provisions of the member's health plan.
2. Who is general practitioners?
They try to deal with as much of a patient's health problems as they can without sending them to a specialist.
A doctor who performs surgery is called a surgeon.
Some physicians specialise in a certain kind of medicine. These physicians are called specialists. They may only treat injuries to a certain part of the body, or only treat patients who have certain diseases.
Medical doctors (M.D.s) are physicians who work in hospitals, clinics, medical centers, or private practices. M.D.s treat people for illnesses and injuries. They also prescribe medications, order diagnostic tests, diagnose ailments, and record patient information.
6. Medical Doctor interview questions part 2:
► What are your weaknesses and strengths?
► Describe your most successful accomplishments.
► What are the key challenges of this (field of medicine)? What are your personal challenges?
► Why should we hire you? What benefits will you bring to us?
► Do you have references?
► How would your employers describe you?
► How would your patients describe you?
7. Medical Doctor interview questions part 1:
► Why did you choose this career?
► Why did you choose this specialty?
► Your professional experience: Tell us about your background as a doctor: education and experience. What are your specialties/ expertise?
► What unique skills do you possess?
► Why are you interested in this hospital/department?
► What are you career goals? Is this hospital a proper fit?
► How do you handle workload stress and emergency situations?
► Describe your day to day activities, priorities and tasks?
8. What other practices are you investigating?
Be honest with your answer to this question, but highlight that the facility you are interviewing with is the most important. Possible answer: "None that compare to this clinic, because it is ________ and _________.
9. Why should I hire you as Medical doctor?
This is one of the last questions that you might hear in the interview. If you do hear it, you are probably doing well. It is important to not overqualify yourself with your answer to this question. Try to highlight why you would be the only candidate who would fit the position.
10. Why are you interested in this position?
This is likely one of the first questions a candidate might be asked. Most candidates see success when they highlight the facility and the surrounding area. Talk about why you want to be in that city (Is it the size of the city? Cost of living? The people? Quality schools for your kids? No income tax?) and what is unique about the facility (Size? Renowned doctors? The facility culture?). This is a subjective question, but try to answer succinctly and get to the point quickly.