Physician Employment Contract Review

Don’t Let Your Employer Take Advantage of You

Dangers of Not Having an Employment Contract Reviewed

Unfair Non-Compete

Unfavorable Call Schedules

No Tail Insurance

Not Enough Paid-Time-Off

Liquidated Damages

Poor Benefits

Bonus Repayment

No Expense Reimbursement

Poor Quality of Life

The Risk Involved

A physician faces much risk when they take contract matters into their own hands. Contract terms are highly negotiable and have a great impact not only on professional life but also on lifestyle, family and the future. There are many important contract terms and clauses which can present complex and diverse issues for any physician.

Protect Your Interests

A physician should not enter into a contract without having the agreement reviewed by legal counsel first. You need to have someone protect your interests. You need a firm grasp of the key terms and their implications.

Desires and Expectations

An employment contract must effectively communicate the desires and the expectations regarding the position. Although starting salary is something to be considered, it is not the most important factor. The physician’s personal style of practice, liability coverage, benefits and call schedules all play a part in having the best contract possible.

How You Should Be Treated

When an experienced healthcare attorney reviews your contract, you will find great financial benefits. In fact, having a review can end up outweighing the cost of the review. You as a physician are a very valuable resource, and you should be treated that way.

Physician Employment Contract Review

It May Just Save Your Career