Some interview questions for a doctor are "Why do you want to join our practice?," "Where do you see yourself in five years?" and "What makes you think you'll fit in here?" These are commonly asked questions that can help determine whether or not a doctor is a good fit for a practice.
Preparing beforehand for the interview is vital to be successful at the job interview. Do relevant research about the background of the hospital or clinic in question, its providers and its partners. Then, write down strong answers to possible interview questions.
Asking the interviewer some well-thought-out questions about the practice is a way of showing keen interest on working for the hospital. Unless the interviewer mentions it, asking about salary or benefits during the first job interview is not recommended.