The Society of Physicians with Non-Clinical Careers (SPNCC)

An online portal for physicians interested in non-clinical careers

Join the Society of Physicians with Non-Clinical Careers (SPNCC) and learn about non-clinical jobs, careers, and opportunities.



Welcome to all the new members!

Started by Joseph Kim, MD, MPH. Last reply by Tresa Brazier Feb 22. 48 Replies

SPAM and inappropriate users

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American Association for Physician Leadership 2015 Annual Meeting

Don't miss the American Association for Physician Leadership 2015 Annual Meeting

This year, the meeting will be at the Venetian in Las Vegas, April 18-22. Courses include:

Physician in Management Seminar
Authentic Leadership Development
Managing Physician Performance
Three Faces of Quality
Resolving Conflict
Solve This! Breakthrough Thinking for Physician Executives
Leadership and Governance for Group Practice Board Members
Preparing for the CEO Role
Using Influence to Work Collaboratively
Resilient Leadership

Hope to see you there! You can register at:

NY is looking for a Clinical Informaticist

PCIP is seeking a Clinical Informaticist.

The NYC Department of Health and Mental Hygiene (DOHMH), Primary Care Information Project (PCIP) is devoted to improving population health in underserved neighborhoods through health information technology. The PCIP is the largest project of its kind nationwide, focusing on the efficient use of prevention oriented electronic health records (EHRs) in New York City. We strive to transform the quality of health care services in these neighborhoods by helping providers use electronic health records and other health technology to improve the quality of care.

PCIP also operates the New York City Regional Electronic Adoption Center for Health (NYC REACH) by assisting providers in New York City through practice transformation, quality improvement initiatives and other support services, such as Meaningful Use support, revenue cycle management, and data security.

Job ID: 21997024
Position Title: Clinical Informaticist
Company Name: Fund for Public Health in New York
Worksite: Public Health
Job Function: Healthcare Informatics
Location(s): Long Island City, New York, 11101, United States
Posted: February 12, 2015
Entry Level: No
Job Type: Full-Time
Job Duration: Indefinite
Min Education: MD

You can view the full job description here.

APHA Public Health Fellowship in Government

The APHA Public Health Fellowship in Government is designed to provide a unique public policy learning experience, to demonstrate the value of science-government interaction, and to make a contribution to enhancing public health science and practical knowledge in government. The overarching goals are to increase the capac­ity of public health professionals to inform the discussions and the decisions of the individuals and institutions that influence or determine policies and to provide relevant expertise and analysis to support decision-makers confronting increasingly complex issues.

The fellowship aims to:
  • Establish and nurture critical links between federal decision makers and public health professionals;
  • Educate public health professionals about the legislative process and the skills necessary to be successful including the ability to translate complex public health issues into legislative, regulatory and policy initiatives;
  • Foster positive exchanges between public health professionals and policymakers; and
  • Increase the visibility and impact public health professional in the policy arena.
You can learn more and apply for this fellowship here:

The Economist's Virtual MBA Fair is Feb 3-5 @theeconomist

Thinking of an MBA? The Economist's Virtual MBA Fair is Feb 3-5, 2015. Chat online with admissions officers from MBA programs all over the world including the Darden School of Business and the Yale School of Management. Attend to win prizes like MBA scholarships and The Economist subscriptions. Learn how you can make yourself the strongest candidate possible.

Connect on LinkedIn this holiday season

The holidays can be a great time to do some networking with friends and family. You never know who's going to show up at that next holiday party. Connect with people on LinkedIn to stay in touch and to see how that relationship may open doors of opportunity for you in the future.

If you're new to LinkedIn, here are a few simple tips to get you started:

1. Find and join a few groups on LinkedIn and participate in some conversations to virtually meet people in that community. If you're a physician in a leadership position, join the American Association for Physician Leadership group on LinkedIn. Interested in entrepreneurship? Join the Society of Physician Entrepreneurs (SoPE) group on LinkedIn.

2. After you're updated your profile, reconnect with lost classmates. I'm sure they'll enjoy hearing from you after all those years. You may be surprised to hear what some people are doing now. Your surgeon colleague may be working for a big consulting firm. A dermatologist you know may be a medical director at a biopharmaceutical company.

3. Next, look at the list of alumni from your schools. LinkedIn makes it easy to identify alumni who may be in influential hiring positions. Perhaps one of them would be willing to offer an informational interview.


Latest Activity

Profile IconGarrett Sullivan, Joe Viggiano, Tiffany Hall and 2 more joined The Society of Physicians with Non-Clinical Careers (SPNCC)
Monica Herrera is now a member of The Society of Physicians with Non-Clinical Careers (SPNCC)
Feb 23
Tresa Brazier replied to Joseph Kim, MD, MPH's discussion Welcome to all the new members!
"Hello. I am an anesthesiologist working part time at a local hospital. I have a bachelors in molecular biology. I remember going through the clinical years of medical school when my colleagues would be debating which field to choose as they loved so…"
Feb 22
Profile IconWilliam Joseph Novelli Jr and Concepcion BARRETO joined The Society of Physicians with Non-Clinical Careers (SPNCC)
Feb 22
Profile Iconaman khullar, Todd Richards, Dr. Alberto Alexander and 1 more joined The Society of Physicians with Non-Clinical Careers (SPNCC)
Feb 20
Joseph Kim, MD, MPH posted a discussion

SPAM and inappropriate users

Dear member,As a reminder - direct solicitation of any kind is inappropriate and you will be removed from this group.Occasionally, an inappropriate person many join this group and start sending SPAM and other irrelevant messages. When this happens, we will do our best to flag and remove the member. Your input and help is greatly appreciated in identifying such people so that we can quickly remove them.Thank you for cooperation and assistance.See More
Feb 20
Muhammad Shahzeb Munir replied to Alexis's discussion Free Services to Help Physicians Find Non-Clinical Jobs/Careers
"Very interested in your services. I am extremely interested in Genomic and precision medicine companies. I have a back ground in it. I continue to read on the subject and remain in search of opportunities. Can you help with finding a Medical Science…"
Feb 19
Fadel SAIBOU updated their profile
Feb 18

Blog Posts

In NJ any nonclinical job for physician

Posted by Stuart rice on December 12, 2013 at 11:57am 0 Comments

Looking for any non clinical jobs for anesthesiologist in NJ

what are the chances of aphysician getting a non clinical job outside the medical field

Posted by godfrey mbonu,md on October 13, 2013 at 5:06pm 0 Comments

medical field is becoming a little suffocating

Treat Your Feet Better

Posted by nicholas cappello on January 25, 2013 at 9:40am 0 Comments

Treat Your Feet Better

Thursday, January 17th, 2013

The average person walks the equivalent of three times around the Earth in a

lifetime. That is enormous wear and tear on the 26 bones, 33 joints and more

than 100 tendons.

In a recent survey for the American Podiatric Medical Association, 53 percent

of respondents reported foot pain…


Health Care Where You Work (New York Times)

Posted by nicholas cappello on October 8, 2012 at 7:40am 0 Comments

Health Care Where You Work (New York Times)

Tuesday, September 4th, 2012

I just finished ready this New York Times article and it makes sense to provide care at the work place,

use nurses to  save on healthcare and use preventative care so problems…




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