Employment contract

Discussion in 'Ob/Gyn' started by DomoDomo, Sep 29, 2014.

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  1. DomoDomo

    DomoDomo 7+ Year Member

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    I have signed a letter of intent, now just waiting for the practice to send the contract. What is a reasonable amount of time that this should take? Thx!
     
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  3. Global Disrobal

    Global Disrobal Along for the ride Moderator Emeritus SDN Moderator 10+ Year Member

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    Depends on the size of the practice and your role entering (e.g. partnership track vs. associate). Generally larger practices have contracts in place and within 4-6 weeks you should have a draft in hand. With solo practitioners, they may have to get an attorney to draft one, and it may take longer. This is not a hard case, and you can simply e-mail the practice and say "my attorney would like a time frame for the review of the contract so that he/she can plug me into their schedule. When should expect a draft?"

    Good luck!
     

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