Redefining Recruitment to Retention

What is AAPPR?

The Association for Advancing Physician and Provider Recruitment (AAPPR) is redefining recruitment to retention and is the only professional organization where physician and provider recruitment leaders and others who influence recruitment, onboarding and retention can connect, learn and advance their careers.

  • Connect
  • Learn
  • Advance
"You can’t put a price tag on the value of networking with your AAPPR peers! "
— Kate Rader Director School of Medicine Faculty Recruitment, The University of Texas Rio Grande Valley
"AAPPR provides an excellent space for networking and building relationships with peers, as well as developing a better understanding of how to do our jobs at our highest potential."
— Cressa Coldsmith Provider Recruiter, Summit Health
"I believe the AAPPR membership is extremely valuable to the success of my job as a Physician Recruiter. The online assistance, the networking and the educational opportunities are amazing. I wouldn’t be the recruiter I am, without AAPPR."
— Robin Schiffer, FASPR Director Physician Recruitment & Public Relations, OhioHealth MedCentral Hospitals
"I always enjoying the networking and relationship building that takes place at AAPPR. It is great to be part of a like minded community!"
— Stephanie Jackson, FASPR Physician Recruiter, Reliant Medical Group

AAPPR Welcomes Newest Strategic Corporate Partner: LocumsMart

The Association for Advancing Physician and Provider Recruitment (AAPPR), the leading authority on physician recruitment, onboarding, and retention, has announced a new strategic corporate partner for 2021 – LocumsMart. Through its online portal LocumsMart provides a comprehensive virtual marketplace which connects healthcare facilities with agencies and candidates. AAPPR’s strategic partner program, launched in 2017, fosters […]


Find Your Hidden Passion with AAPPR

When I was offered an opportunity to start a new Onboarding program for our faculty practice 11 years ago, there were very few successful programs out there to replicate. Fortunately for me, I was a member of AAPPR and was able to rely heavily on my colleagues to bounce around ideas and they were always […]