At MedHawk we are dedicated to providing you with the resources you need to make an informed decision.
MedHawks CV Advice
Whether you are coming out of training or making a career change it is important to keep an updated CV. Your CV acts as an extension of your career. This will be the first impression your future employer will have of you. The following are several tips that will help you put your best foot forward:
To prevent identify theft never include your Social Security number on your CV.
Explain gaps in job history
Explain reasons for job changes
Include personal information (i.e family, hobbies, interest, etc)
Education- typically for undergraduate, graduate, post-graduate and CME credits, with dates and degrees granted.
Include all the states you hold licenses (active & inactive)
Work Experience and include all dates and account for any gaps in employment, starting with the most recent.
Include research or any clinical trials you are or have been involved with
Include professional memberships, publications, etc.
Provide three to five references (Call references to make sure they are aware you have provided them as a reference and to confirm their contact information)
Any questions please contact firstname.lastname@example.org for assistance. Or, call us at 949.973.8542 and we will be happy to assist you with your CV.
Board Certification Websites
American Osteopathic Association Bureau of Osteopathic Specialists
142 E. Ontario St., Chicago, IL 60611
American Association of Physician Specialists 2296 Henderson Mill Road, Suite 206
Atlanta, Georgia 30345
American Board of Medical Specialties 1007 Church Street, Suite 404
Evanston, IL 60201-5913
(847) 328-3596 fax
Medical Board Websites
State Board of Medical Examiners
Continuing Education Websites
The sites below will assist you with the upcoming CME events and conferences.