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About Us

What is Practice in Illinois?

Practice in Illinois - PILL, offers a state specific recruiting program that connects physicians, physician assistants, nurse practitioners and CRNAs with Illinois healthcare employers and communities.

Launched in 2013, PILL is a program of the Medical Opportunities network.  PILL is managed by the Michigan Health Council (MHC), a 501(c)(3) nonprofit offering affordable recruiting solutions through online programs – Medical Opportunities in Michigan, Medical Opportunities in Ohio, Opportunities in Medicine in Indiana and Practice Opportunities in Pennsylvania.

How does PILL work with Healthcare Employers?

PILL is not a recruitment firm. PILL provides healthcare employers (health systems, individual hospitals, group practices, etc…) the opportunity to become a PILL member and gain the ability to post unlimited opportunities for physicians, physician assistants, nurse practitioners and search the database of self-registered candidates that have expressed an interest in Practicing in Illinois. Employers pay an annual membership fee to access the password protected program.  No additional fees are ever charged.  To learn how to become a PILL member, please contact us at 1-800-479-1666 or

How does PILL work with Physicians, Physician Assistants, Nurse Practitioners and CRNAs?

PILL provides physician, physician assistant, nurse practitioner and CRNA candidates the FREE ability to register on the site, submit their CV and search opportunities with PILL employer members. Candidates can make their information viewable to PILL members or chose to remain private.   PILL does not sell or disclose candidates’ entrusted information. If you would like to register on PILL to view opportunities in Illinois, click on FIND A JOB.

How is PILL funded?

The Medical Opportunities program was initially funded by a grant received through the Kellogg Foundation. Today, the Medical Opportunities programs are self-sustaining programs, supported by its members – healthcare employers throughout the Great Lake State! There is never a charge to the candidate.

Additional Questions?

If you have questions regarding PILL please click on Contact Us.