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  • Dallas, TX
  • United States
  • Medicus Partners
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Rob Clarke
Medicus Partners
Which best describes your profession?
Agency, Recruiter, Manager, Executive
How many years have you been in the business?
10 - 14 years
Which industries do you work in now?
What kind of networking are you open to?
Open networking
How do you introduce yourself to people you meet in business?
Hi, I am Robert Clarke, I am a Principal with Medicus Partners and is based in Dallas. I have been recruiting in the healthcare, executive, IT, biopharmaceutical, mortgage and financial industries since 1998 - but mainly in the healthcare since that time. I have experience in a variety of production-based recruiting environments, providing comprehensive, in-depth experience and proven success in a wide range of practice settings.

Executive with over 12 years experience in leadership throughout a variety of production-based environments. Consistently met deadlines in a production setting to proactively meet the continually changing business and recruiting requirements.
Comprehensive, in-depth experience and proven success in leading and managing cross-functional projects, building teams, introducing new technologies, and developing business processes to support business and recruiting development and consultation with hiring authorities.

Management Strengths:
Strategic Planning and Implementation·
Policy and Procedure Development·
Negotiation with Candidates and Hiring Authorities·
Regional Staff Management and Leadership·
Team Building ·
Organizational Development·
Performance, Process, and Quality Improvement·
Project Management·
Communication and Networking

executive searches, healthcare, physicians, pharmaceutical, biotechnology, technology, IT, mortgage

Prior to joining Medicus Partners, I held leadership positions with other retained physician recruiting organizations. I have been instrumental in implementing many strategies both in recruiting and business development and has received numerous top honors in production, including highest rankings for client satisfaction.

I am a native of Dallas, TX, I am married and have a son. I enjoy spending time with my family, traveling and playing golf and poker.

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Name someone you most admire
My wife and son, Michael Jordan, Tiger Woods, Warren Buffett
Which blogs would you recommend people read?
What recruiting tools can you not live without?
Phone, database, email, AIRS, direct mail
What do you like best about
I love networking and learning about others in the recruiting world. Recruiting is an extremely demanding profession and it is essential that you stay on top of an ever changing and shifting market. Sharing experiences and ideas helps us all grow!
...and what would you change and why?
Public/candidates perception of in essence an overall change in the "bad apples" of our profession - it is through their efforts that make being a recruiter in today's market even more challenging than it was 10 years ago.
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What makes me a smart recruiter

Posted on December 23, 2008 at 12:33pm 1 Comment

Great topic and great posts thus far, here are some things I think are essentials...

1) Being Proactive versus reactive - you must guide your candidate and client through the process and talk about things like other interviews and counteroffers long before those things come up. Get up front contracts with your candidates and clients on common struggling points- if you have the same thing repeatedly costing you from success- you MUST learn and keep that from happening by proactively… Continue

the greatness of Randy Pausch.....

Posted on July 25, 2008 at 1:11pm 1 Comment

He will be missed, what an inspiration......for those not familiar with his work, there is a bunch of material on youtube, here is a great one....


My favorite recruiting article of all-time.......

Posted on June 20, 2008 at 4:36pm 0 Comments

Being in a retained market for physician recruiting you constantly fight the good fight of all the following scenarios in a great article by Harry Griendling. I pray many hospitals read this and change their recruiting cycle for the better!

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At 4:03pm on October 24, 2011, Tamara Gore Pendleton said…

Hi Rob,

I work for Hire Opportunities Career Fairs and noticed you are in Irving.  I am hosting a career fair in Irving in December and wanted to invite you to recruit at that event.  You can go to for more information and you can also use coupon code 40off for $40 off the registrations fee.



At 2:48pm on December 1, 2010, Jeff Dries said…
Hey Rob,

Do you (your company) specialize in Pathologist/Physician recruitment? If so, I may have a lead for you.

Feel free to shoot me an email at

At 11:33am on December 19, 2008, Steve Levy said…
Thanks for the invite - it's done!
At 5:08pm on November 21, 2008, Faisal Javed said…
Hi Rob,

Thanks for accepting invite...

At 6:07pm on November 12, 2008, Becky Metcalf said…
Hi Rob,

Thanks for the connection, it's good to "meet" you!

At 4:21pm on September 26, 2008, Pam Kortekamp said…
Hi thanks for the email. I have been working in the healthcare space, recruiting pharmacist if you are interested in working on a split fee basis.
Thanks Pam
At 2:18am on September 26, 2008, nancy said…
Thanks for the networking request, glad to be connected.

At 4:53pm on September 2, 2008, Nancy Ford said…
Geez, you are always so deep Rob! Now I feel like erasing my puny little answer on that motivation post! LOL
At 11:26pm on August 7, 2008, Rushit Shah said…
Thanks for the Add Rob.

At 11:52am on August 6, 2008, Nancy Ford said…
Hi Rob! Well sometimes you have to swim against the current, but when you can go with the flow and manipulate the direction of the flow that's always easier! :D

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