STAT Careers is an all-inclusive recruitment platform built for medical professionals and created by medical professionals. We remove external recruiters from the equation and allow medical users to take control of their own destiny. STAT Careers helps match employees with future employers based on specific criteria such as work-life balance, niche skill sets, and personality. Our unique platform brings never before seen transparency to the job search.
Rock is a practicing interventional radiologist and recent recipient of the Top Doctors award. He completed his training at the Johns Hopkins Hospital in Baltimore, MD. With a special interest in data and informatics, he is the driving force behind STAT Careers' algorithms. Having worked many long call shifts often dealing with life threatening ailments, Dr. Adkins understands the challenge of becoming a successful medical worker while balancing family needs and mental health. He firmly believes medical professionals should continue to educate and empower themselves in order to take full advantage of their unique skill sets. It is no surprise that he is an avid proponent for medical side gigs having previously worked as a software consultant for Epic, expert witness, and more.
Many basic work qualities Dr. Adkins appreciates and preaches were formed while working his way through the ranks of his family’s car dealership at an early age. It is this “family first” culture that has served as a guide for the inception and growth of STAT Careers.
Kasie is a practicing dermatologist and MOHs surgeon. She completed her training at the Cleveland Clinic in Cleveland, OH. As a mother of three, she champions STAT Careers mission of helping all healthcare professionals find the work-life balance they truly deserve. She is an advocate for non-traditional work hours, maternity leave, and equal pay.
Dr. Adkins is a second generation physician and has many family members in medical fields ranging from dentistry, respiratory technology, radiologic technology, and physical therapy. When not in clinical practice or traveling with her family, she often spends time lecturing on topics such as work/life balance or contract negotiation. She has a passion for teaching new medical graduates and has served as an adjunct professor at multiple academic institutions.