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Neurology :

Neurologists Needed at Neurosciences Center in Vibrant Baton Rouge!

A well-regarded neuroscience center in Baton Rouge, Louisiana is seeking general and sub-specialized neurologists to join its thriving practice. Sub-specialty interest in epilepsy, neuromuscular, multiple sclerosis, headache, sleep, and neurohospitalist medicine are especially welcome, but all sub-specialists are encouraged to apply. Hospital directorship is available for an experienced neurologist.

Medical Center Highlights:
• 12-Bed Neuro-ICU
• Primary Stroke Center
• Center for Comprehensive MS Care
• State-of-the-art imaging center and neuro-diagnostic lab (MRI, EEG, EMG/NCS, Ultrasound, Echo)
• DBS Program and Surgeon on staff
• Sleep Lab
• Active plan to build and develop EMU

Position Highlights:
• All subspecialties can be accommodated, however, there is an immediate need for Headache, MS, Neuromuscular, Sleep, and Epilepsy
• Subspecialty volume can be built up to approximately 80%
• M-F Schedule for outpatient neurologists
• 7on/ 7 off schedule for neurohospitalists
• J-1 and H-1b visa support available
• Leadership opportunity available for interested candidates
• Non-burdensome, consultative call schedule
• Teaching opportunities available
• Research opportunities available
• 2-year partnership track
• Extremely competitive compensation package, student loan forgiveness available
• Work-Life balance

MS Highlights:
• One of three centers in Louisiana designated by the National MS Society for comprehensive MS Care in its "Partners in Care" Program
• APP Support with specially MS-trained providers

Epilepsy Highlights:
• Partner with current epileptologist
• Support for building an EMU

Located on the eastern bank of the Mississippi River, Baton Rouge is the capital of Louisiana and its second-largest city. As the "Capital City", Baton Rouge is the political hub for Louisiana, and is the second-largest city in the state after New Orleans, with an estimated population of 228,590 in 2015. Baton Rouge is a major industrial, petrochemical, medical, research, motion picture, and growing technology center of the American South. Baton Rouge enjoys a strong economy that has helped the city be ranked as one of the "Top 10 Places for Young Adults" by Portfolio Magazine and one of the top 20 cities in North America for economic strength by Brookings. With a prime, central location—just an hour away from New Orleans and Lafayette—Baton Rouge is the perfect city to explore the eclectic culture of Louisiana. Baton Rouge houses over 300 years of history, much of which can be tasted in its delectable food, seen in its distinct architecture and learned through its unique culture. With a vibrant arts scene, a myriad of exciting shopping and dining options, and a rich sense of history, Baton Rouge is a great place to work and live.

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Type: Neurology

Subspecialty: Epilepsy, General Neurology, Headache, Multiple Sclerosis/Neuro-Immunology, Neurohospitalist, Neuromuscular, Sleep, Stroke

Position #: 935

State: Louisiana

Characteristics: Above market compensation package, Excellent work/life balance, Leadership role available, Well organized and managed practice


Neurology :

Outpatient Neurologists Needed at Well-Respected Neurology Practice in Akron/Cleveland Area

A well-established Neurosciences practice in Northeast Ohio is seeking a neurologist to join its thriving private practice. This well-esteemed group has been developing specialty service lines around all major neurological diseases including stroke, dementia, musculoskeletal, movement disorders, headache, brain injury, and MS. The practice also fully supports the development of new programs and services. A general neurologist or a neurologist with sub-specialty interests in multiple sclerosis or EMG would be welcome.

Position Highlights:
• Desirable hospital and clinic schedules
• Outpatient centered practice with light call
• General neurologist, MS or EMG sub-specialists especially welcome
• No buy-in for partnership
• State-of-the-art facilities and technology
• On-site MRI and infusion suite
• EEG, EMG, and nerve conduction in-office
• Collegial Atmosphere
• Expansive patient network
• Comprehensive operational support and infrastructure
• Certified clinical support staff

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Type: Neurology

Subspecialty: Clinical Neurophysiology (EEG or EMG), General Neurology, Headache, Movement Disorders, Multiple Sclerosis/Neuro-Immunology, Sleep

Position #: 940

State: Ohio

Characteristics: No or low trauma call


Neurology :

Sophisticated Group in Sunny Arizona Seeks Neurohospitalist

Seeking a neurohospitalist who wants to join a group of superbly credentialed neurologists and neurosurgeons! This practice opportunity offers the clinical excellence associated with a top-flight academic program, but in a private practice environment that is constantly in pursuit of excellence. This position includes the opportunity for research, teaching, and a faculty appointment. This sophisticated, state-of-the-art practice is in one of the most beautiful large metropolitan areas of Arizona.

Neurohospitalists will have a 7 on/ 7 off schedule. The hospital has the largest neuro-ICU in the southern half of Arizona!

Boasting the best of both worlds, this city has the progress of a major city and the friendly atmosphere of a small town. It has a rich cultural heritage with a unique blend of Native American, Spanish, Mexican and Anglo-American influences. Enjoy 360 sunny days a year and the natural beauty of the Sonoran Desert with parks and nature preserves all around this cosmopolitan, bustling city full of cultural diversity!

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Type: Neurology

Subspecialty: Neurohospitalist

Position #: 1131

State: Arizona

Characteristics: Access to large metropolitan area, Excellent work/life balance, Low cost of living area


Neurology :

Sophisticated Group in Sunny Arizona Seeking Movement Disorders Subspecialist

Seeking a neurologist with interest in movement disorders, who wants to join a group of superbly credentialed neurologists and neurosurgeons! This practice opportunity offers the clinical excellence associated with a top-flight academic program, but in a private practice environment which is constantly in pursuit of excellence. This position includes the opportunity for research, teaching, and a faculty appointment. This sophisticated, state-of-the-art practice is in one of the most beautiful large metropolitan areas of Arizona.

This practice has a fellowship-trained, movement disorders neurosurgeon who is extremely collaborative and is eager to share patients with a movement disorders neurologist in the practice.

Boasting the best of both worlds, this city has the progress of a major city and the friendly atmosphere of a small town. It has a rich cultural heritage with a unique blend of Native American, Spanish, Mexican and Anglo-American influences. Enjoy 360 sunny days a year and the natural beauty of the Sonoran Desert with parks and nature preserves all around this cosmopolitan, bustling city full of cultural diversity!

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Type: Neurology

Subspecialty: Movement Disorders

Position #: 1131

State: Arizona

Characteristics: Access to large metropolitan area, Excellent work/life balance, Low cost of living area


Neurology :

Director of Neuromuscular Medicine Opportunity Available at Leading Pennsylvania Medical Center

A Central Pennsylvania largest comprehensive neuroscience program is seeking several a Director of Neuromuscular Medicine to continue the expansion and development of an already robust program. Enjoy the opportunity for protected research time as well as teaching residents and medical students.

Main Campus Highlights:
• 500+ Bed Hospital
• Comprehensive Stroke Center
• Provide services to 2.6 million people in 43 counties
• Recently named one of the top 100 hospitals in the country and one of the top 100 hospitals for stroke care
• State-of-the-art equipment allows physicians to handle the most complex cases

Opportunity Highlights:
• Faculty Appointment Available
• Opportunity to develop a Neuromuscular Fellowship Program
• 100% subspecialty volume available
• Teaching and research opportunities
• Funded, protected research time available
• 2 Adult Neurology residencies
• New Child Neurology Residency Program starting July 2023
• Opportunity to build fellowship programs
• Telemedicine opportunities
• Three EMG labs with a board-certified technician team and outreach sites
• Dedicated Neuro-APPs
• Join three neuromuscular specialists, eight board-certified EMG-trained professionals, and access to peripheral nerve ultrasound, skin biopsy, and in-house nerve and muscle neuropathology
• Large general hospitalist team; mid-levels admit patients
• Very Competitive compensation

Enjoy living and working in a gorgeous and affordable Pennsylvania city! Its beautiful location is perfect for those who love outdoor recreation, hiking, biking, running, horseback riding, fishing and/or hunting. The area offers a wonderful quality of life and tons of recreational activities to enjoy.

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Type: Neurology

Subspecialty: Neuromuscular

Position #: 1139

State: Pennsylvania

Characteristics: Above market compensation package, Attractive schedule options available, Leadership role available, No or low trauma call, Research support available, Student loan repayment available, Teaching encouraged, Visa support available


Neurology :

Comprehensive Academic Neuroscience Program with Teaching and Research Opportunities!

Central Pennsylvania's largest comprehensive neuroscience program is seeking several neurologists to join their collegial team at their main campus and affiliated community hospitals.

Many subspecialties can be supported at the Main Campus, including: Epilepsy, Headache, MS, Neuro-Oncology, Behavioral/Cognitive, Movement Disorders, as well as Stroke and Neurohospitalist (with a 7-on/7-off schedules). General Neurology interests can also certainly be accommodated, and those with additional subspecialty interests are welcome to apply.

The program has 2 neurology residency programs and has plans to build multiple fellowship programs in the near future.

The community hospitals provide an ideal opportunity for a general neurologist who is seeking a nice work/life balance. The program is also excited to welcome Neurologists in fully-remote tele-medicine positions, as well as an opportunity for a 100% MS-focused position in Wilkes-Barre, PA.

Opportunity Highlights:
• No call for outpatient Neurologists
• 100% subspecialty volume available
• Fully-remote tele-Neurology positions (up to 12 patients per day)
• 7-on/7-off schedule for Neurohospitalists
• Comprehensive Stroke Center
• Teaching and research opportunities
• Funded, protected research time available
• 2 Adult Neurology residencies
• New Child Neurology Residency Program starting July 2023
• Opportunity to build fellowship programs
• Neurophysiology fellowship to begin soon
• Neurointensivists would work with Critical Care to build up Neuro-ICU
• 12 bed EMU
• Level 4 Epilepsy Center
• Infrastructure in place for doing Epilepsy Surgeries
• Telemedicine opportunities
• Infusion suites at both Danville and Wilkes-Barre hubs
• Large general hospitalist team; mid-levels admit patients
• Very Competitive compensation

Enjoy living and working in a gorgeous and affordable Pennsylvania city! The region is perfect for those who love outdoor recreation, hiking, biking, running, horseback riding, fishing and/or hunting. The area offers a wonderful quality of life and tons of recreational activities to enjoy.

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Type: Neurology

Subspecialty: Epilepsy, General Neurology, Headache, Movement Disorders, Multiple Sclerosis/Neuro-Immunology, Neurohospitalist, Neuromuscular, Neuro-oncology, Neurorehabilitation, Stroke, Alzheimer's Disease/Dementia, EMG

Position #: 1139

State: Pennsylvania

Characteristics: Above market compensation package, Attractive schedule options available, Leadership role available, No or low trauma call, Research support available, Student loan repayment available, Teaching encouraged, Visa support available


Neurology :

Multiple Sclerosis Faculty Opportunities Available at Leading Pennsylvania Medical Center

Central Pennsylvania's largest comprehensive neuroscience program is seeking MS faculty members to continue the expansion and development of an already robust program. Enjoy the opportunity for protected research time as well as teaching residents and medical students.

Main Campus Highlights:
• 500+ Bed Hospital
• Comprehensive Stroke Center
• Provide services to 2.6 million people in 43 counties
• Recently named one of the top 100 hospitals in the country and one of the top 100 hospitals for stroke care
• State-of-the-art equipment allows physicians to handle the most complex cases

Opportunity Highlights:
• Physician-led health system with world-class neurosciences institute.
• Teach neurology residents!
• Amazing research support! Loads of outcomes research and clinical trials plus basic science research institute. Protected time is available
• Practice can be 100% or nearly 100% MS
• Large group provides support
• No call requirements - focus fully on your clinic
• Work with a Health Plan on the management of biologics and managing patients through the development of clinical care paths
• Total team already in place for patient care including specialized PA and LPN who are currently managing MS Patients
• Senior-Level and Junior-Level candidates are encouraged to apply, as this program is booming

Enjoy living and working in a gorgeous and affordable Pennsylvania city! Its beautiful location is perfect for those who love outdoor recreation, hiking, biking, running, horseback riding, fishing, and/or hunting. The area offers a wonderful quality of life and tons of recreational activities to enjoy.

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Type: Neurology

Subspecialty: Multiple Sclerosis/Neuro-Immunology

Position #: 1139

State: Pennsylvania

Characteristics: Above market compensation package, Attractive schedule options available, Leadership role available, No or low trauma call, Research support available, Student loan repayment available, Teaching encouraged, Visa support available


Neurology :

Outpatient Neurology Opportunities with Progressive Healthcare System in Southeast Pennsylvania

A large and growing healthcare system in Pennsylvania is looking to develop its outpatient neurology practices. They have locations in Harrisburg and throughout Southeast Pennsylvania. This person will be joining an extremely collaborative and friendly health system. Positions for generalists and clinical neurophysiologists exist at their satellite clinic sites throughout Southeast Pennsylvania.

Position Highlights:
• Opportunity to develop a practice to enjoy
• Non-burdensome call
• Use EPIC EMR
• Extensive APC support
• Primary Stroke Center with eventual goals of becoming Comprehensive
• join a large team of neurologists and APCs
• Collaborate with an open and progressive administration


Benefits:
• Competitive salary plus incentive bonus
• Health, life, and disability insurance
• Medical malpractice insurance
• Defined contribution plan; 403(b) plan with employer match
• Financial CME support
• Relocation allowance

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Type: Neurology

Subspecialty: Clinical Neurophysiology (EEG or EMG), General Neurology, Headache, Movement Disorders, Neurodegenerative (Alzheimer/Cognitive), EMG, EEG

Position #: 1143

State: Pennsylvania

Characteristics: Above market compensation package, Attractive schedule options available, Excellent work/life balance, Mountains nearby, Near lakes and gorgeous natural areas, Particularly patient focused, Well organized and managed practice, Low cost of living area


Neurology :

Neurohospitalist and Outpatient Opportunities with Progressive Healthcare System in Southeast Pennsylvania

A large and growing healthcare system in Pennsylvania is looking to develop its neurology service line by hiring dedicated neurohospitalists as well as outpatient neurologists. Those subspecializing in Sleep Neurology, Cognitive Neurology, Movement Disorders, or Clinical Neurophysiology would be greatly welcomed!

Highlights:
- 7/7 schedule for Neurohospitalists
- Use of EPIC EMR
- Non-burdensome night and weekend call
- Extensive APC support
- Join a large, collegial team of neurologists and APCs
- Collaborate with an open and progressive administration

Benefits:
• Competitive salary plus incentive; commencement; and retention bonuses
• Professional dues
• Health, life, and disability insurance
• Medical malpractice insurance
• Defined contribution plan; 403(b) plan with employer match
• CME time; PTO; and paid holidays
• Relocation allowance

Harrisburg:
Nestled in the Susquehanna Valley. As Pennsylvania’s capital, Harrisburg has played a pivotal role in the shaping of American history, both as a major link in rail and water transportation and as the setting of major Civil War battles; the city is now a vibrant hub of family activities, from cruises along the Susquehanna to arcades and athletics on City Island. In 2010 Forbes rated Harrisburg as the second-best place in the U.S. to raise a family. With a newly energized downtown coupled with a robust economy that boasts 10 Fortune 500 companies, Harrisburg provides a stable and safe environment that promotes family values and welcomes diversity. Offering easy access by car or rail to several of America's largest cities, Harrisburg provides an excellent opportunity to be near major centers, without the traffic and crime traditionally associated with large cities.

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Type: Neurology

Subspecialty: General Neurology, Movement Disorders, Neurohospitalist, Sleep, Stroke, Alzheimer's Disease/Dementia

Position #: 1143

State: Pennsylvania

Characteristics: Above market compensation package, Attractive schedule options available, Excellent work/life balance, Mountains nearby, Near lakes and gorgeous natural areas, Particularly patient focused, Well organized and managed practice, Low cost of living area


Neurology :

Medical Director of Neurology Opportunity with Progressive Healthcare System in Central Pennsylvania

A growing and progressive healthcare system in Central Pennsylvania is seeking a Medical Director of Neurology. Those with leadership experience or goals are encouraged to apply!

Opportunity:
- Build a comprehensive neuroscience program among two main and six satellite outpatient practice sites and seven hospitals
- Leadership and management of daily operations that involve medical staff and patient care
- Develop subspecialized clinics in collaboration with our neurosurgery program
- Development of program objectives, plans, policies and procedures, guidelines, protocols
- Active participation in monitoring and evaluating the quality of care
- Achievement of positive patient outcomes
- Management of medical staff performance measures and professional development
- Support and participate in all Joint Commission survey initiatives and further develop Joint Commission programs, specifically Stroke

Benefits:
• Competitive salary plus incentive bonus
• Health, life, and disability insurance
• Medical malpractice insurance
• Defined contribution plan; 403(b) plan with employer match
• Financial CME support
• Relocation allowance

Harrisburg:
Nestled in the Susquehanna Valley. As Pennsylvania’s capital, Harrisburg has played a pivotal role in the shaping of American history, both as a major link in rail and water transportation and as the setting of major Civil War battles; the city is now a vibrant hub of family activities, from cruises along the Susquehanna to arcades and athletics on City Island. In 2010 Forbes rated Harrisburg as the second-best place in the U.S. to raise a family. With a newly energized downtown coupled with a robust economy that boasts 10 Fortune 500 companies, Harrisburg provides a stable and safe environment that promotes family values and welcomes diversity. Offering easy access by car or rail to several of America's largest cities, Harrisburg provides an excellent opportunity to be near major centers, without the traffic and crime traditionally associated with large cities.

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Type: Neurology

Subspecialty: Clinical Neurophysiology (EEG or EMG), Epilepsy, General Neurology, Headache, Movement Disorders, Multiple Sclerosis/Neuro-Immunology, Neurodegenerative (Alzheimer/Cognitive), Neurohospitalist, Neuromuscular, Stroke

Position #: 1143

State: Pennsylvania

Characteristics: Above market compensation package, Attractive schedule options available, Excellent work/life balance, Mountains nearby, Near lakes and gorgeous natural areas, Particularly patient focused, Well organized and managed practice, Low cost of living area


Neurology :

Neurohospitalist opportunity in Northern Virginia

A large healthcare system, with hospitals and clinics throughout the Northern Virginia region, is seeking additional neurohospitalists.

The successful candidate will enjoy an academic appointment and teaching opportunities with rotating medical students, internal medicine residents and family medicine residents. Their Neuroscience Research Program offers clinical, translational and basic science research opportunities. Although a busy and primarily clinical neurology practice, this opportunity affords the right candidate many research opportunities to pursue in many ongoing studies, as well as delving into their own interests if so inclined.

Opportunity Highlights:
• Cover stroke call overnight, soon to be 1:9
• Schedule is 7on/7 off for one month, then M-F next month
• Faculty appointment
• Resident teaching and medical student teaching
• Research is encouraged and supported
• Dedicated research staff
• Robust support staff to include NPs and PAs
• Telemedicine program in place and most night calls taken from home

Live and play in a historic Civil War community which has become one of the most exciting metropolitan areas in the United States. Fairfax, VA is surrounded by some of the nation's top schools and most prestigious Universities. Fairfax has been home to many notable and influential people in our country's history. Ranked #3 in the "Top 25 Places to Live Well" by Forbes Magazine in 2009, Fairfax sits on the Potomac River directly across from Washington, D.C. It is a thriving metropolitan area with easy access to the wonders of our nation's capital. Fine dining, fabulous entertainment, and a diverse international culture permeate the area. Excellent school options, public and private are available in the many lovely urban and suburban residential areas. Enjoy the Fairfax annual Chocolate Lovers Festival and many other celebrations held all year long.

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Type: Neurology

Subspecialty: Neurohospitalist, Stroke

Position #: 1495

State: Virginia

Characteristics: Access to large metropolitan area, Attractive schedule options available, Diverse community, Excellent schools nearby, Research support available, Teaching encouraged, Well organized and managed practice


Neurology :

Large Healthcare System near DC with Academic Ties seeks Outpatient Neurologist

A large healthcare system, with hospitals and clinics throughout the Northern Virginia region, is seeking outpatient and vascular neurologists to join their team. The ideal outpatient candidates will have interests in sleep medicine, neuromuscular medicine, or movement disorders.

The successful candidate will enjoy an academic appointment and teaching opportunities with rotating medical students, internal medicine residents and family medicine residents. Their Neuroscience Research Program offers clinical, translational and basic science research opportunities. Although a busy and primarily clinical neurology practice, this opportunity affords the right candidate many research opportunities to pursue in many ongoing studies, as well as delving into their own interests if so inclined.

Opportunity Highlights:
• Non burdensome call
• Faculty appointment
• Resident teaching and medical student teaching
• Comprehensive Stroke Center
• Level 4 Epilepsy Center
• Research is encouraged and supported
• Dedicated research staff
• Robust support staff to include NPs and PAs
• Telemedicine program in place and most night calls taken from home

Live and play in a historic Civil War community which has become one of the most exciting metropolitan areas in the United States. Fairfax, VA is surrounded by some of the nation's top schools and most prestigious Universities. Fairfax has been home to many notable and influential people in our country's history. Ranked #3 in the "Top 25 Places to Live Well" by Forbes Magazine in 2009, Fairfax sits on the Potomac River directly across from Washington, D.C. It is a thriving metropolitan area with easy access to the wonders of our nation's capital. Fine dining, fabulous entertainment, and a diverse international culture permeate the area. Excellent school options, public and private are available in the many lovely urban and suburban residential areas. Enjoy the Fairfax annual Chocolate Lovers Festival and many other celebrations held all year long.

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Type: Neurology

Subspecialty: General Neurology, Movement Disorders, Neuromuscular, Sleep, Stroke, EMG

Position #: 1495

State: Virginia

Characteristics: Access to large metropolitan area, Attractive schedule options available, Diverse community, Excellent schools nearby, Research support available, Teaching encouraged, Well organized and managed practice


Neurology :

Northern California Living -- Hospital System Hiring Subspecialized Outpatient Neurologists!

Join a large hospital system in Northern California as it grows its neurology service line. They are seeking outpatient-only and inpatient/outpatient-mixed neurologists to serve the community at their hospitals throughout Northern California. General neurologists and neurologists with subspecialty interests will be well-supported in seeing at least 50% subspecialty volume.

North West of Sacramento Position Highlights:
• Primary Stroke Center
• Medical Catchment area of over 250,000 people
• All sub-specialties supported; support for majority subspecialized practice
• Headache, Movement disorders, Epilepsy, Neuromuscular, EMG/EEG, Sleep, and Pain interests welcome
• Zero call – neurohospitalist team, and tele-neurology coverage in place
• Biplanar on site
• Tele-neurology network in place
• Traditional employment model
• Very competitive compensation package, including signing bonus, CME stipend, and STD/LTD/401K with employer match
• H1B visa support

North East of Sacramento Position Highlights:
• Medical Catchment area of 100,000 people
• Primary Stroke Center
• Outpatient-only, though option to do 20-30% inpatient if desired
• Zero call, unless electing to do inpatient
• Opportunity to be regional subspecialist using telemedicine
• Tele-neurology network in place
• Traditional employment model
• Located in the beautiful Sierra Nevada foothills of Northern California, where outdoor lifestyles, food, and arts/entertainment abound
• The very competitive compensation package, including signing bonus, CME stipend, and STD/LTD/401K with employer match
• Just a little over an hour from Sacramento International Airport and 3 hours from San Francisco

With more than 300 sunny days a year Northern California is a wonderful place for anyone who enjoys the beautiful outdoors! Great hiking and biking trails, fishing, camping, boating, and skiing. Raise a family with terrific schools, affordable housing, and friendly neighborhoods.

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Type: Neurology

Subspecialty: Clinical Neurophysiology (EEG or EMG), Epilepsy, General Neurology, Headache, Movement Disorders, Multiple Sclerosis/Neuro-Immunology, Neurodegenerative (Alzheimer/Cognitive), Neuromuscular, Neuro-oncology, Sleep, Stroke, Interventional Pain, Alzheimer's Disease/Dementia, EMG, EEG

Position #: 1898

State: California

Characteristics: Access to large metropolitan area, Attractive schedule options available, Excellent work/life balance, No or low trauma call, Low cost of living area


Neurology :

Exciting Academic Opportunity for Alzheimer's Specialist in Tennessee

An academic medical center in Tennessee is looking for neurologists with specialty training in behavioral neurology to join as full-time members of a comprehensive multidisciplinary center exclusively devoted to the diagnosis and management of patients with Alzheimer’s disease and other dementias.

The Alzheimer’s clinic is a multidisciplinary group of highly qualified specialists working together to provide comprehensive and compassionate care to patients with Alzheimer’s disease and other cognitive disorders, as well as caregiver support. The 7500 square-foot clinic has been meticulously designed for the assessment and treatment of patients affected by Alzheimer’s and other dementias.

Position Highlights:

• Behavioral Neurology fellowship required
• Full-time outpatient clinical setting
• Clinical trials participation encouraged
• Research experience welcomed
• Support of multidisciplinary team
• Opportunities for research
• Very comprehensive salary and benefits package

This city is a thriving place to work and live. Located in beautiful East Tennessee at the foothills of the Great Smoky Mountains, it is a vibrant community recently voted the “Best Place to Live Among Mid-Sized Cities” and highly ranked in economic growth. The cost of living is 6.6% lower than the national average and there is no state income tax. High-tech, aerospace and automotive are just a few of the booming industries in Knoxville. The area is known for quality education, a temperate climate and a great mix of big-city amenities and small-town friendliness. With a variety of neighborhoods from which to choose and an abundance of year-round recreational activities, Eastern Tennessee is truly a wonderful place to call home.

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Type: Neurology

Subspecialty: Neurodegenerative (Alzheimer/Cognitive)

Position #: 1907

State: Tennessee

Characteristics: Access to large metropolitan area, Excellent schools nearby, Excellent work/life balance, No/Low state income tax, Low cost of living area


Neurology :

Zero Call Responsibilities with 100% Outpatient Opportunity in Tennessee

An academic Medical Center in Knoxville is seeking a General Neurologist to join its team. The center takes a multidisciplinary approach to patient care that is coordinated by the neurology team as well as advanced registered nurse practitioners, social workers, and registered nurses. The Neurology Department is seeking an energetic neurologist who will partner with the current neurology team and step into immediate patient volume.

Medical Center Highlights:
• Level 1 Trauma Center
• Magnet recognized hospital
• Referral center for Eastern Tennessee, Southeastern Kentucky, North Georgia, and Western North Carolina/South Carolina

Practice Highlights:
• 100% Outpatient Position
• Opportunities and support for clinical trials, clinical research as well as teaching. Students and non-neurology residents regularly rotate through the clinic and can be proctored as desired. Opportunities for lectures and further teaching as desired as well
• Very flexible scheduling with a lot of provider autonomy
• Comprehensive benefits package & competitive salary
• Support from nurse practitioners and social workers
• Additional compensation available for supervising medical students, speaking in lectures, and participating in clinical trials
• No inpatient or hospital call. No inpatient responsibilities.

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Type: Neurology

Subspecialty: General Neurology

Position #: 1907

State: Tennessee

Characteristics: Access to large metropolitan area, Excellent schools nearby, Excellent work/life balance, No/Low state income tax, Low cost of living area


Neurology :

Stroke Director and Staff Vascular Neurology Opportunities in Eastern Pennsylvania

A large healthcare system in Eastern Pennsylvania is seeking additional vascular neurologists. Someone with leadership interests could also serve as the Stroke Medical Director.

Hospital highlights:
• 714-bed acute care hospital
• Level 2 Trauma Center
• Primary Stroke Center working to become Comprehensive Stroke Center accredited
• 8 bed Neuro ICU
• 26-operating room surgical tower completed in October 2016
• Neurosciences catchment area of around 750,000 people
• Clinical Research is welcomed and supported
• Clinical campus for nearby medical school
• The hospital currently has residency programs in Family Practice, Internal Medicine and OB-GYN. They are adding residencies in General Surgery and Emergency Medicine
• New neurology residency beginning in 2022

Position Highlights:
• Busy stroke center with 3-4 stroke patients per day
• Work closely with endovascular neurosurgery, Neuro ICU, and Stroke Teams
• Competitive compensation package including sign-on bonus, relocation assistance, student loan repayment and incentive bonus

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Type: Neurology

Subspecialty: Stroke

Position #: 1920

State: Pennsylvania

Characteristics: Above market compensation package, Access to large metropolitan area, Attractive schedule options available, Excellent schools nearby, Leadership role available, Mountains nearby, Near lakes and gorgeous natural areas, Particularly patient focused, Research support available, Student loan repayment available, Teaching encouraged, Well organized and managed practice, Low cost of living area


Neurology :

Opportunities for Sleep and MS Subspecialists in Eastern Pennsylvania

A large healthcare system in Eastern Pennsylvania is seeking subspecialists in MS/neuroimmunology and sleep medicine to join their growing team.

Hospital highlights:

• 714-bed acute care hospital

• Level 1 Trauma Center

• Primary Stroke Center working to become Comprehensive Stroke Center accredited

• 8 bed Neuro ICU; Neuro can use up to 41 beds between SICU and MICU

• 26-operating room surgical tower completed in October 2016

• Neurosciences catchment area of around 750,000 people

• Clinical Research is welcomed and supported

• Clinical Campus for a Medical School

• New Neurology Residency beginning in 2022

• The hospital currently has residency programs in Family Practice, Internal Medicine and OB-GYN. They are adding residencies in General Surgery and Emergency Medicine

• Competitive compensation package including sign-on bonus, relocation assistance, student loan repayment and incentive bonus



Sleep Position Highlights:

- Sleep Medical Clinic structured in the advanced collaborative model

- Supported by Sleep Therapist Clinic, run in conjunction with AASM accredited 10-bed sleep lab

- Follow-up patients with CPAP/mask interface issues are directly seen and followed in the Sleep Therapist Clinic before being followed in the Sleep Medical Clinic. There are plans for In House DME to provide more Comprehensive Patient care.

- The clinic staff along with Sleep Education Certify Technologists regularly operate the Sleep Therapist Clinic for complicated post hospital and Sleep Medical Clinic follow-up patients



MS Position Highlights:

- Subspecialized MS practice

- Infusion suites at multiple sites offering DMT and other medications

- Neurorehabilitation program

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Type: Neurology

Subspecialty: Multiple Sclerosis/Neuro-Immunology, Sleep

Position #: 1920

State: Pennsylvania

Characteristics: Above market compensation package, Access to large metropolitan area, Attractive schedule options available, Excellent schools nearby, Leadership role available, Mountains nearby, Near lakes and gorgeous natural areas, Particularly patient focused, Research support available, Student loan repayment available, Teaching encouraged, Well organized and managed practice, Low cost of living area


Neurology :

Academic Pediatric Neurology Faculty Positions in New York State!

A well-established academic program is seeking pediatric neurologists to join their collegial team. Interests in Epilepsy as well as general, developmental, neuromuscular and headache pediatric neurology are of particular interest to the group and will be well-supported (though all subspecialists are encouraged to apply). This is a terrific opportunity to build a busy clinical practice, engage in collaborative research, and teach neurology residents.

Pediatric Neurology Practice Highlights:
• Collaborate with the departments of Neurosurgery and Pediatrics
• Dedicated pediatric Epilepsy neurosurgeon
• NAEC Level 4 Designated Comprehensive Epilepsy Center
• Provide instruction to medical students as well as Neurology residents and fellows
• Engage in clinical or bench research
• Join a growing pediatric neurology team supported by APPs, dedicated nurses and support staff
• On-site Children’s Hospital featuring an EMU suite and support services for families

Enjoy the best of both worlds:
The neurology group is a private, physician-run practice. In addition to a competitive compensation plan provided by the group, additional compensation is provided by the state and the physicians enjoy state benefits and retirement.

The region boasts a beautiful and diverse natural environment with abundant outdoor activities, outstanding schools, a moderate cost of living, and safe, family-oriented communities. The city has over 700,000 people and offers access to many major East Coast cities. World-renowned wineries, upscale shopping, and fine dining make this region a veritable destination.

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Type: Neurology

Subspecialty: Child Neurology, Clinical Neurophysiology (EEG or EMG), Epilepsy, Headache, Movement Disorders, Multiple Sclerosis/Neuro-Immunology, Neurodegenerative (Alzheimer/Cognitive), Neuromuscular, Developmental Neurology, EMG, EEG, Neuro Genetics

Position #: 1988

State: New York

Characteristics: Near lakes and gorgeous natural areas, Research support available, Teaching encouraged


Neurology :

Academic Stroke, Behavioral, and IOM Neurologists Needed at Pennsylvania Main Campus Academic Center

A large academic medical center in western Pennsylvania is seeking additional Neurohospitalist, Stroke, Movement Disorders, Behavioral/Cognitive, and General Neurologists to join their academic main campus medical center. Enjoy access to basic science labs and clinical trials; work and study on the cutting edge of neurology!

For Inpatient and Outpatient Neurologists interested in working at affiliated community programs, there are also a number of locations available near the main campus, and across the state. A variety of subspecialty interests can also be supported in these beautiful suburban and small city locations!

Main Campus Highlights:

Extensive clinical and basic science research support
Teach medical students, neurology residents, and fellows
Subspecialty interests in Stroke/Neurohospitalist, Movement Disorders, Behavioral and General Neurology well supported
Neurology telemedicine services
Competitive Compensation

Community Hospital Highlights:

Mixed inpatient outpatient, or fully inpatient Neurohospitalist positions available
Enjoy a broad scope of neurological patients
Neurology telemedicine services
Extensive support from the main campus academic center
Faculty appointment available
Work with collegial colleagues
Enroll patients in clinical trials
Can provide H1-B sponsorship

The area is known for its medical and technological excellence. This beautiful mid-sized city has a catchment area of 2 million people and has something for everyone, from professional sports teams, outdoor recreational activities, extraordinary dining options to high-end retail shopping. With an abundance of artistic, cultural, and educational opportunities, the region is a great place to call home.

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Type: Neurology

Subspecialty: General Neurology, Movement Disorders, Neurohospitalist, Alzheimer's Disease/Dementia

Position #: 2024

State: Pennsylvania

Characteristics: Access to large metropolitan area, Research support available, Teaching encouraged


Neurology :

Leading Academic Medical Center in Pennsylvania Seeking Faculty

The Department of Neurology is a strong, growing department and has a complement of 32 adult neurologists, who see over 1,200 in-patient and 20,000 outpatient cases each year. The basic science and clinical research programs are rapidly expanding, and include outstanding programs in epilepsy, stroke, ALS, and other neurological conditions. Additionally, the neurologists in this group supervise a class of 4 residents per year, as well as fellows in vascular neurology, clinical neurophysiology, and neuromuscular diseases. They are seeking general neurologists to join the faculty as the Access Clinic demand continues to grow. The Access Clinic is a collaborative team of neurologists and APPs, meant to shorten the wait time for patients' initial assessments of neurological concerns.

Hospital Highlights:
• 628 beds;
• 31-bed Neuro-ICU
• Level 1 trauma center;
• Over 65,000 emergency room visits per year;
• Home to 254,000 square-foot Biomedical Research Building;
• In 2013 there were over 27,000 admissions, 27,000 surgical cases, and more than 893,000 outpatient visits;
• More than 1,100 primary and specialist physicians and advanced practice providers.

General Neurology Highlights:
- Join two neurologists and the team of APPs in the General Neurology Division
- Opportunity to take part in telehealth program
- The schedule is flexible, with part of your week seeing patients in clinic and part of your week collaborating with APPs in the Access Clinic
- The goal of the Access Clinic is to improve the wait time for patients by providing an initial consultation and if needed, referring to the appropriate subspecialist within the department.

Neuromuscular Position Highlights:
- Teach neuromuscular and clinical neurophysiology fellows
- ALS Association Certified Treatment Center of Excellence, seeing over 80 new ALS patients each year in an interdisciplinary clinic, with the use of telehealth for follow-up. This is a nationally recognized center providing outstanding patient care and conducting clinical research.
-MDA Center
- Comprehensive diagnostic testing capabilities, including neuromuscular ultrasound and autonomic testing capabilities in addition to EMG, and substantial research opportunities

Movement Disorders Position Highlights:
• Providing BOTOX and DBS
• Close collaboration with functional neurosurgeon performing DBS implants
• Active ongoing NIH-funded clinical research projects and opportunities for faculty involvement

Neuroimmunology Position Highlights:
- Recognized as a Center for Comprehensive MS Care
- Neurologists supported by a well-knit team of support staff, including a dedicated APP, RN nurse navigator and LPN, a specialty pharmacist, pharmacy technician and pre-authorization staff, as well as a shared social worker
- Infusion capability at the hospital and outpatient facilities
- With a large population of MS patients and strong basic research in neuroimmunology on campus, the opportunities for research are excellent.

Cognitive Neurology Position Highlights:
- Individuals with basic or clinical research experience are welcome and will be well supported
- Opportunity to see cognitive cases 100% of the time
- No competition in the region for cases of Alzheimer’s and related dementias
- Position is supported by a shared social worker, two psychometrists, two neuropsychologists (with plans to add a third neuropsychologist and third psychometrist), and family training and education resources are available
-Collaboration with Dementia Care Clinic in Geriatrics for caring for patients with more advanced dementia

Stroke Position Highlights:
• Joint Commission-certified Comprehensive Stroke Center;
• Recipient of the American Heart Association/American Stroke Association Get With The Guidelines® Stroke Gold Plus award for six consecutive years;
• Close collaboration with neurosurgeons, endovascular specialists and neuroradiologists
• Teach residents and stroke fellows

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Type: Neurology

Subspecialty: Clinical Neurophysiology (EEG or EMG), General Neurology, Headache, Movement Disorders, Multiple Sclerosis/Neuro-Immunology, Neurodegenerative (Alzheimer/Cognitive), Neurohospitalist, Neuromuscular, Stroke, Alzheimer's Disease/Dementia, Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis (ALS), Cerebrovascular, EMG, EEG

Position #: 2037

State: Pennsylvania

Characteristics: Above market compensation package, Attractive schedule options available, Excellent schools nearby, Excellent work/life balance, Leadership role available, Mountains nearby, Near lakes and gorgeous natural areas, No or low trauma call, Particularly patient focused, Research support available, Teaching encouraged, Well organized and managed practice, Low cost of living area


Neurology :

No-call outpatient and Neurohospitalist opportunities in Central Pennsylvania

A large healthcare system in Central Pennsylvania is developing a close and collaborative relationship between the community and academic arms, to bring the very best in patient care to the greater communities in the region. Opportunities exist for inpatient and outpatient neurologists at various practices throughout the region.

Position Highlights:
- Flexible scheduling options
- 100% outpatient, no call opportunities
- Neurohospitalist opportunities
- Participate in clinical research
- Subspecialty interests welcomed in the context of a general neurology practice

Central Pennsylvania:
Situated between major East Coast cities, Central Pennsylvania is an ideal region to create roots. You’re only a few hours from Philadelphia, Baltimore, Washington DC, and New York City, but with much less traffic and a much better cost of living. The numerous towns and communities dotting the foothills offer something for everyone, whether you appreciate an idyllic downtown setting or a more a private home, with land surrounding you.

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Type: Neurology

Subspecialty: Clinical Neurophysiology (EEG or EMG), General Neurology, Neurohospitalist, EMG, EEG

Position #: 2037

State: Pennsylvania

Characteristics: Above market compensation package, Attractive schedule options available, Excellent schools nearby, Excellent work/life balance, Leadership role available, Mountains nearby, Near lakes and gorgeous natural areas, No or low trauma call, Particularly patient focused, Research support available, Teaching encouraged, Well organized and managed practice, Low cost of living area


Neurology :

ALS Physician-Scientist Faculty position in Pennsylvania

Neurologists with clinical and research expertise in ALS are invited to apply for a position at a large university in Pennsylvania, with a corresponding academic appointment (open rank, tenure-track or non-tenure track) at Penn State College of Medicine. A major asset of the department is a nationally recognized ALS program excelling in patient care, education, and clinical research. This recruitment is partially supported by a generous gift to the ALS program.

What we’re seeking:
• Professional degree – MD, DO, MD/PhD, DO/PhD, or foreign equivalent
• BC/BE in Neurology and Neuromuscular Neurology fellowship training or foreign equivalent
• Clinical experience in ALS with strong background in relevant clinical research and/or patient-oriented laboratory research
• The ideal candidate would have a track record of successful research funding
• Commitment of at least 50% time dedicated to research
• Candidates who will pursue and acquire external funding while being supported initially by a generous start-up package
• Excellent patient care abilities
• Interest in teaching in undergraduate and graduate medical education curriculum

What we offer:
• Outstanding ALS program with a national reputation
• Interaction with dynamic researchers, clinicians and educators across all neuroscience-related departments in a highly collaborative culture
• Cutting-edge basic and clinical neuroscience research and top-notch facilities at both hospital and university campuses, creating a cross-departmental clinician-scientist community.
• Faculty rank and track commensurate with experience
• Competitive salary and generous benefits

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Type: Neurology

Subspecialty: Neuromuscular

Position #: 2037

State: Pennsylvania

Characteristics: Above market compensation package, Attractive schedule options available, Excellent schools nearby, Excellent work/life balance, Leadership role available, Mountains nearby, Near lakes and gorgeous natural areas, No or low trauma call, Particularly patient focused, Research support available, Teaching encouraged, Well organized and managed practice, Low cost of living area


Neurology :

Medical Director of Stroke Needed in Upstate New York!

A well-established academic program in upstate New York is seeking qualified applicants at the Assistant/Associate Professor level for the Medical Director position of its Comprehensive Stroke Center. The successful candidate will have completed a stroke fellowship and be Board Certified in vascular neurology as well as possess clinical and teaching skills along with leadership experience. Previous experience in developing and/or leadership in an accredited Comprehensive Stroke Center is required.

The candidate is expected to collaboratively expand an established high-quality clinical service with colleagues in neurocritical care, neurology, and neurosurgery. The candidate will be responsible for leading and expanding the Comprehensive Stroke Center services including telestroke network, outpatient services, and inpatient stroke service. The candidate would be responsible for overseeing residents, fellows sharing in the attending schedule and conducting clinical research.

This Comprehensive Stroke Center sees about 900 stroke patients a year and is a major referral center for the region. They have 3-5 admissions per day and a nightly census of 15 stroke patients. The hospital is also in the midst of developing a stroke medicine network whereby they provide telestroke services for the smaller regional hospitals.

Hospital Highlights:
• Only Level 1 Trauma Center in the region
• Participation with 11 hospitals through Telestroke program to the neighboring community and rural hospitals
• State of the art 14 bed dedicated Neuro ICU with 13 bed Stepdown unit (including 5-bed EEG monitoring unit)
• Work with three board-certified/fellowship-trained Neuro-intensivists, three Endovascular Interventionalists from radiology, neurology and neurosurgery, four stroke neurologists
• American Heart Association/American Stroke Association’s Get With The Guidelines®-Stroke Gold Plus/Target Honor Roll Elite PlusQuality and Performance Achievement Award since 2012

Practice Highlights:
• Stroke Director Opportunity
• Provide instruction to Neurology and Neurosurgery residents and Neurology, ICU and Stroke fellows
• Join the largest neurology group in the area with over 20 faculty in multiple specialties.
• Collaborate with a dedicated stroke team of Neurologists, Neurosurgeons, Interventional Radiologists, Cardiologists, Rehabilitation Therapists, Stroke Certified Registered Nurses, Neuroscience Certified Registered Nurses, Neurovascular Registered Nurses - Board Certified
• Dedicated and department managed Clinical Research Section

Enjoy the best of both worlds:
The Neurology Medical ServiceGroup (MSG) is a private, physician-run practice. Competitive compensation plans are available comprised of funds from both the MSG and the state. As a result, physicians are eligible for state benefits and retirement plans.

The region offers cultural resources and convenient access to the Finger Lakes Region and the Adirondack Mountains. Syracuse is consistently ranked in the top 50 places to live by U.S. News & World based on an affordable cost of living and a highly ranked school system. The area is culturally rich and diverse with a variety of entertainment and recreational activities. The central location in the Northeast puts New York City, Philadelphia, Boston, and the Canadian cities of Montreal, Ottawa, and Toronto within a four-hour drive.

For more stroke director opportunities and to learn about stroke director recruitment go to https://www.rosmansearch.com/pages/Stroke-Director-Recruiters.html.

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Type: Neurology

Subspecialty: Stroke

Position #: 2042

State: New York

Characteristics: Diverse community, Leadership role available, Student loan repayment available


Neurology :

Academic Subspecialized Neurology Opportunities in New York State

A well-established academic program is seeking academic neurologists with general neurology interests as well as subspecialized interests in dementia, movement disorders, headache, and neuro-ophthalmology for their Neurological Institute. There is also an opportunity for a general neurohospitalist to have a dedicated inpatient practice. This is a terrific opportunity to build a busy clinical practice, engage in collaborative research, and teach neurology residents. The dynamic Chief of Neurology is excited to mentor young, talented neurologists or welcome someone with experience.

Dementia Practice Highlights:
• Join additional neurologist in the Cognitive Neurology Division
• Center of Excellence for Alzheimer’s Disease
• Collegial relationship with Geriatrics Department
• Outpatient setting with robust nursing and support staff
• Engage in clinical, basic, and translational research programs
• No stroke or trauma call for outpatient neurologists

Movement Disorders Practice Highlights:
• Join additional neurologist in Parkinson’s Disease and Movement Disorders Program
• Collaborate with neurosurgery on DBS treatment and post-surgical management cases
• Actively engaged in clinical research
• Botox treatment for dystonia and spasticity & apomorphine injections for Parkinson’s Disease
• No stroke or trauma call for outpatient neurologists

Headache Practice Highlights:
• Join current division of 3 headache neurologists
• Outpatient clinic setting for headache and migraine service
• Robust nursing and support staff
• No stroke or trauma call for outpatient neurologists

Neuro-Ophthalmology Practice Highlights:
• Join additional neurologist in the Neuro-Ophthalmology Division
• Clinic support includes nurse, Certified Ophthalmic Assistant, and administrative assistant
• Actively engaged in clinical research with Clinical Research Coordinator support
• No stroke or trauma call for outpatient neurologists

General Neurology/Neurohospitalist Practice Highlights:
• Join current division of 7 general neurologists
• Neurohospitalist opportunity with 7on/7off schedule
• Teach in-house neurology residents and fellows
• No stroke or trauma call for outpatient neurologists

Enjoy the best of both worlds:
The Neurology Medical Service Group (MSG) is a private, physician-run practice.

Competitive compensation plans are available comprised of funds from both the MSG and the state. As a result, physicians are eligible for state benefits and retirement plans.

The region offers cultural resources and convenient access to the Finger Lakes Region and the Adirondack Mountains. The Central New York area is consistently ranked in the top 50 places to live by U.S. News & World based on an affordable cost of living and a highly ranked school system. The area is culturally rich and diverse with a variety of entertainment and recreational activities. Our central location in the Northeast puts New York City, Philadelphia, Boston and the Canadian cities of Toronto, Montreal and Ottawa within a four-hour drive.

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Type: Neurology

Subspecialty: Clinical Neurophysiology (EEG or EMG), General Neurology, Headache, Movement Disorders, Neurodegenerative (Alzheimer/Cognitive), Neurohospitalist, Neuro-ophthalmology, Alzheimer's Disease/Dementia, EMG, EEG

Position #: 2042

State: New York

Characteristics: Diverse community, Leadership role available, Student loan repayment available


Neurology :

Academic Stroke and Interventional Neurologists Needed in New York State!

A well-established academic program is seeking stroke and interventional neurologists to join their collegial team. This is a terrific opportunity to build a busy clinical practice, engage in collaborative research, and teach neurology residents. The dynamic Chief of Neurology is excited to mentor young, talented neurologists.

This Comprehensive Stroke Center sees about 900 stroke patients a year and is a major referral center for the region. They have 3-5 admissions per day and a nightly census of 15 stroke patients. The hospital is also in the midst of developing a stroke medicine network whereby they provide telestroke services for the smaller regional hospitals.

Practice Highlights:
• Stroke Inpatient service 12-14 weeks per year
• Only Level 1 Trauma Center in the region
• Only Level IV Epilepsy Center
• Vascular neurology fellowship program
• State of the art 14 bed dedicated Neuro ICU with 13 bed Stepdown unit (including 5-bed EEG monitoring unit)
• Full multimodality neuromonitoring capability
• Provide instruction to Neurology and Neurosurgery residents and Neurology, ICU and Stroke fellows
• Work with Advanced Practice Providers, residents, fellows, and Neuroscience-certified nurses

Enjoy the best of both worlds:
The Neurology Medical Service Group (MSG) is a private, physician-run practice.

Competitive compensation plans are available comprised of funds from both the MSG and the state. As a result, physicians are eligible for state benefits and retirement plans.

The region offers cultural resources and convenient access to the Finger Lakes Region and the Adirondack Mountains. The Central New York area is consistently ranked in the top 50 places to live by U.S. News & World based on an affordable cost of living and a highly ranked school system. The area is culturally rich and diverse with a variety of entertainment and recreational activities. Our central location in the Northeast puts New York City, Philadelphia, Boston and the Canadian cities of Toronto, Montreal and Ottawa within a four-hour drive.

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Type: Neurology

Subspecialty: Interventional, Stroke

Position #: 2042

State: New York

Characteristics: Diverse community, Leadership role available, Student loan repayment available


Neurology :

Pediatric Neurology Positions with a Premier Pediatric Hospital System in the Heart of California

A well-established Children’s Hospital in California is seeking pediatric neurologists to join their team.

East of San Francisco:
• Focus on outpatient Neurology in a supportive and established environment
• Projected patient visit growth by over 100% within the next 10 years
• Ranked on U.S. News & World Reports' Best Children's Hospitals list for 2019-2020

North of Los Angeles:
• Opportunity to help grow the Neurology clinic at this new location
• Projected patient visit growth by over 700% within the next 10 years
• Ranked on U.S. News & World Reports' Best Children's Hospitals list for 2019-2020

Practice Highlights:
• Be part of a team of 8 Pediatric Neurologists
• Enjoy the full support and resources of a large, free-standing Children’s Hospital
• Work with other well-trained pediatric specialists who work well together
• Enjoy the opportunity for teaching with their pediatric residency program
• Support for clinical research interests
• Competitive base compensation and productivity bonuses
• Flexible 1:6 call take at main campus

Live and work in the heart of California
The region supplies an array of local attractions and cultural events, easy access to other large urban centers, outdoor activities, and some of the most beautiful national park areas in the country. With a metropolitan area of just under 1 million, yet one of the lowest costs of living in the state, the region allows you to enjoy the comfortable weather and amenities you expect, along with an attractive and affordable housing market that makes it a great location to raise a family and call home.

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Type: Neurology

Subspecialty: Child Neurology, Clinical Neurophysiology (EEG or EMG)

Position #: 2053

State: California

Characteristics: Access to large metropolitan area, Leadership role available, Mountains nearby, Teaching encouraged, Low cost of living area


Neurology :

Division Chief of Neuromuscular Neurology at Main-Campus Academic Medical Center

A well-known academic program in Philadelphia is seeking a Neuromuscular Division Chief to join their main-campus. This is a new opportunity to support the growing neuromuscular neurology service line due to programmatic growth.

Hospital Highlights:
• 14-bed Neuro ICU
• 12-bed intermediate Neuro ICU
• 8-bed Epilepsy Care Unit
• State-of-the-art electrodiagnostics laboratory
• Headache Clinic
• Level 1 Trauma Center
• Comprehensive Stroke Center

Neuromuscular Division Chief Highlights:
• Lead a team of four neuromuscular neurologists
• Protected administrative time (20%)
• Monday-Friday Schedule
• Research interests would be well-supported but research is not required
• Opportunity to grow the expanding program
• Teach residents and fellows
• Faculty appointment (Associate Professor or Professor)

Philadelphia, the city of brotherly love, is known for both its rich history and modern amenities. Enjoy street cultural festivals, concerts, shopping at King of Prussia Mall or America’s oldest farmer's market, museums, and trendy restaurants. Whether you prefer sitting on the beach in the summer or skiing in the winter, Philadelphia offers easy access to destinations for year-round recreations! For families, there are many, many public and private school options and some of the nation’s most elite Universities nearby.

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Type: Neurology

Subspecialty: Neuromuscular

Position #: 2061

State: Pennsylvania

Characteristics: Access to large metropolitan area, Diverse community, Teaching encouraged


Neurology :

Division Chief of Stroke Opportunity at Main-Campus Academic Medical Center

A well-known academic program in Philadelphia is seeking a Stroke Division Chief to join their main-campus. The current stroke division chief is relocating to be closer to family.

Hospital Highlights:
• 14-bed Neuro ICU
• 12-bed intermediate Neuro ICU
• 8-bed Epilepsy Care Unit
• State-of-the-art electrodiagnostics laboratory
• Headache Clinic
• Level 1 Trauma Center
• Comprehensive Stroke Center

Stroke Division Chief Highlights:
• Stroke Director Opportunity
• Lead a team of 6 stroke neurologists
• Protected administrative time (20%)
• 22-bed stroke unit
• Telestroke is available
• Monday-Friday Schedule
• Opportunities to expand clinical research
• Grant holders are very well supported
• Teach residents and fellows
• Faculty appointment (Associate Professor or Professor)

Philadelphia, the city of brotherly love, is known for both its rich history and modern amenities. Enjoy street cultural festivals, concerts, shopping at King of Prussia Mall or America’s oldest farmer's market, museums, and trendy restaurants. Whether you prefer sitting on the beach in the summer or skiing in the winter, Philadelphia offers easy access to destinations for year-round recreations! For families, there are many, many public and private school options and some of the nation’s most elite Universities nearby.

For more stroke director opportunities and to learn about stroke director recruitment go to https://www.rosmansearch.com/pages/Stroke-Director-Recruiters.html.

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Type: Neurology

Subspecialty: Interventional, Stroke

Position #: 2061

State: Pennsylvania

Characteristics: Access to large metropolitan area, Diverse community, Teaching encouraged


Neurology :

Academic Main Campus Opportunity in Downtown Philadelphia

A well-known academic program in Philadelphia is growing its main campus and community-based neurology faculty. General Neurologists and subspecialists in stroke, neuromuscular diseases, and cognitive neurology would be very much welcomed, though others are encouraged to apply! Participate in clinical and bench research as well as teaching residents and fellows with a faculty appointment!

Highlights:
• 14-bed Neuro ICU
• 12-bed intermediate Neuro ICU
• 8-bed Epilepsy Care Unit
• State-of-the-art electrodiagnostics laboratory
• Headache Clinic
• Neuro-Muscular Division Chief opportunity available
• Level 1 Trauma Center
• Comprehensive Stroke Center
• Opportunities for clinical research
• Teach residents and fellows
• Participate in the regional tele-stroke program.
• Inpatient and Outpatient opportunities
• Faculty appointment

Behavioral/Cognitive Neurology Highlights:
• Join current behavioral/cognitive neurologist
• See an average of 8 patients per day

General Neurology Highlights:
• Majority Outpatient volume, though some inpatient volume could be supported if interested
• Step into immediate volume
• Collegial team environment

Teleneurology Highlights:
• Provide teleneurology coverage to community hospitals
• Possibility to be 100% Remote or a blended clinic & remote position

Neurohospitalist Highlights:
• Opportunity for a neurohospitalist at one of several community practices
• 7 on/7 off schedule

Philadelphia, the city of brotherly love, is known for both its rich history and modern amenities. Enjoy street cultural festivals, concerts, shopping at King of Prussia Mall or America’s oldest farmer's market, museums, and trendy restaurants. Whether you prefer sitting on the beach in the summer or skiing in the winter, Philadelphia offers easy access to destinations for year-round recreations! For families, there are many, many public and private school options and some of the nation’s most elite Universities nearby.

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Type: Neurology

Subspecialty: General Neurology, Headache, Multiple Sclerosis/Neuro-Immunology, Neurodegenerative (Alzheimer/Cognitive), Neuromuscular, Stroke

Position #: 2061

State: Pennsylvania

Characteristics: Access to large metropolitan area, Diverse community, Teaching encouraged


Neurosurgery :

Academic-affiliated Hospital Seeking Chief of Neurosurgery

An academic-affiliated medical center is seeking an experienced neurosurgeon to become Chief of Neurosurgery. With a catchment population of over 330,000 and very little competition (only one orthopedic spine surgeon), the area has a very strong need for neurosurgery services. The hospital is a 450-bed Level 2 trauma center serving several surrounding counties. The hospital/group is supported by a renowned academic neurosurgery program offering opportunities to collaborate with the University in Grand Rounds, collaborative research and other academic activities.

The new neurosurgeon will lead and develop the neurosurgery program, Interests in general neurosurgery, spine, vascular, and trauma are all welcome and will be well-supported.

Practice Highlights:
• Q3 call schedule for general neurosurgery; call is supported by a team of Intensivists and Hospitalists; highly consultative call;
• 330,000 catchment area & 500-600,000 trauma catchment population;
• Block OR time;
• O-Arm;
• Stryker Navigation;
• 12 Brand new, state-of-the-art OR's;
• Brand new bi-plane angiosuite
• Highly competitive hospital salary plus administrative stipend, wRVU bonus, signing bonus and retention bonus;
• Very stable and supportive hospital administration

Situated in the Mountains, this scenic town offers a family-friendly environment, terrific public and private schooling options, boutique shopping and an abundance of outdoor recreational activities. Visit the local theatre, where you can enjoy the ballet, exciting plays and the local symphony orchestra. One of the neighboring towns offers boutique shopping, bed-and-breakfasts & beautiful Victorian homes.

The town offers many beautiful, wooded and secluded neighborhoods. Many local rivers, lakes & parks make this town a terrific location for water skiing, hiking, biking, canoeing, camping, fishing and hunting. Located only two hours from an international airport, this is a safe community offering a reasonable cost-of-living, outdoor recreation & small-town charm.

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Type: Neurosurgery

Subspecialty: Endovascular, General Neurosurgery, Spine, Trauma

Position #: 2090

State: Pennsylvania

Characteristics: Above market compensation package, Leadership role available, Near lakes and gorgeous natural areas, No or low trauma call, Low cost of living area


Neurology :

Join One of the Largest Remote IONM Firms - Work in the Comfort of Your Own Home

Remotely Based Position (work from home!)

This remote neuromonitoring firm provides professional intraoperative monitoring (IOM) services to hospitals and physicians throughout the United States and is seeking full-time remote readers. They have an expert staff of highly trained clinicians with years of experience in surgical monitoring, under the supervision of our physician team of board-certified Neurologists. Their mission is to provide high-quality information to surgeons during surgery so that patients receive high-quality care. As a Neurologist with the team, you will provide real time remote consultation for surgical cases being monitored by the clinical neuromonitoring team. The remote interpretation is conducted via a secure connection into the operating room, allowing real-time communication between Neurologists and onsite clinicians. Orientation and training are provided for physicians to ensure they successfully fulfill the role of a remote physician for the clinical neuromonitoring staff.

Highlights:
- JCAHO Gold Seal of Approval
- Provides services to over 400 facilities in over 20 states
- Assistance in licensing and credentialing
- Shared night and weekend call
- Competitive compensation with bonus potential

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Type: Neurology

Subspecialty: Clinical Neurophysiology (EEG or EMG), Epilepsy, General Neurology, Neuromuscular, IONM

Position #: 2097

State: Pennsylvania

Characteristics: Remote work


Neurology :

Neurohospitalist and Outpatient Neurology Opportunity with Academic Community Hospital in Philadelphia

An academic medical center in Philadelphia is seeking outpatient Neurologists to join its growing neurology team at its nearby community outpatient clinic. A Neurohospitalist could also be a great fit. Enjoy the benefits of a large and collegial neurology team, with all the trappings of academia - subspecialization, neurology resident teaching, and APP support, but none of the pressures to publish and pursue research unless desired.

Hospital Highlights:
• ~200 Beds
• Family, Radiology, and Emergency Medicine Residencies
• NP and PA support

Position Details:
• 100% Outpatient, mixed Inpatient/Outpatient Neurology, or Neurohospitalist
• All subspecialties encouraged to apply
• Movement Disorders and Headache would be particularly well-supported
• 8am-5pm schedule
• ½ day administrative time on Fridays
• 15-20 patients per day (30 minutes for established, 60 minutes for new)
• Up to 6 weeks per year of Inpatient, though Outpatient only schedule also available
• Option is available for zero call
• Opportunities to teach residents

Philadelphia, Pennsylvania:
The City of Brotherly Love is the largest city in Pennsylvania, and the fifth largest in the US. Philadelphia is well known for their arts and culture, as well as a variety of unique regional cuisines. With access to a large number of schools and some fantastic private schools, as well as a very blended variety of cultures, Philly is a wonderful place to experience culture and raise a family.

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Type: Neurology

Subspecialty: General Neurology, Headache, Movement Disorders, Neurohospitalist

Position #: 2126

State: Pennsylvania

Characteristics: Access to large metropolitan area, Diverse community, Excellent schools nearby, Leadership role available, Teaching encouraged, Visa support available


Neurology :

Neurocritical Care and Outpatient Neurology Opportunities with Main Campus Academic Program in Philadelphia

A large academic medical center in Philadelphia is seeking outpatient neurologists to join their growing neurology team, and a neurointensivist for summer 2023. In addition to General Neurology, sub-specialists with an interest in Movement Disorders are of particular interest, however those with interests in Headache would also be well supported. Enjoy the benefits of a large, and collegial neurology team, with all the trappings of academia - research, neurology resident teaching, and mid-level support. Enjoy immediate volume, the support of their well-equipped neurology program, and above average compensation.

Position Highlights:
• Outpatient-focused positions, and Neurocritical Care
• Sub-specialization available and encouraged
• 8am-5pm schedule for Outpatient
• ½ day administrative time on Fridays
• 7-on/7-off schedule for Neurocritical Care
• 4-6 weeks per year of Inpatient coverage, though an Outpatient only schedule is also a possibility
• 1:9 call schedule
• Opportunities for teaching and research

Philadelphia, Pennsylvania:
The City of Brotherly Love is the largest city in Pennsylvania, and the fifth largest in the US. Philadelphia is well known for their arts and culture, as well as a variety of unique regional cuisines. With access to a large number of schools and some fantastic private schools, as well as a very blended variety of cultures, Philly is a wonderful place to experience culture and raise a family.

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Type: Neurology

Subspecialty: General Neurology, Headache, Movement Disorders, Neurocritical Care

Position #: 2126

State: Pennsylvania

Characteristics: Access to large metropolitan area, Diverse community, Excellent schools nearby, Leadership role available, Teaching encouraged, Visa support available


Neurosurgery :

Immediate Volume in Gorgeous Great Lakes Coastal City!

A regional medical center in the Midwest is seeking a BE/BC neurosurgeon to join their community and work collaboratively with the community’s established neurosurgeon as well as their new neurosurgeon starting in 2021. There is a significant community need for elective neurosurgical cases.

The medical center provides care to 22 counties offering comprehensive care in a variety of specialties. The hospital recently applied for Level 2 trauma designation and is the central care facility for 8 surrounding hospitals.

Practice Highlights:
• Both neurosurgeons are booked out 60+ days, and current outmigration volume of ~35-40%. New neurosurgeon will walk into immediate volume and mentorship is available for younger candidates
• Strong case mix including simple and complex spine, general neurosurgeon, and trauma
• State-of-the-art equipment including Medtronic Stealth Navigation, MRI, CT, C-
Arms, O-Arms
• Hospital employed position offering attractive base salary, wRVU productivity bonus, overhead and PA support.
• 1:3 call schedule
• Primary service area of 250,000 in 8 counties and secondary service totals 22 counties with population of 400-500,000 depending on season/tourism
• Block OR time in 8-10 hour blocks available for new neurosurgeon

This is truly an outdoor paradise within the heart of the Great Lakes boasting access to beautiful fishing villages, waterways and beaches. Residents and visitors enjoy a myriad of outdoor activities year round, including cycling and hot air balloon rides in the summer months, and hockey, skating and sledding during the colder months.

The area has an excellent school system and is a wonderful community to raise a family. The area enjoys a very favorable temperature year-round with average highs of mid-70's and lows of 30's. The community is also within a reasonable drive of many larger Midwest cities.

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Type: Neurosurgery

Subspecialty: General Neurosurgery

Position #: 2222

State: Michigan

Characteristics: Above market compensation package, Leadership role available, Near lakes and gorgeous natural areas, Low cost of living area


Neurology :

Memory Disorders and Movement Disorders Neurologists needed at Established Academic Neurosciences Program in Hawaii

A large medical center in Honolulu, Hawaii is excited to hire a Behavioral/Memory Disorders neurologists to join their neurosciences program. The program is also expecting an opening for a Movement Disorders Neurologist at their northern location in the near future, and interested applicants are encouraged to apply.

Position Details:
• Behavioral/Memory Disorders and Movement Disorders interests well supported
• Clinical trials and investigator-initiated research available
• Internal seed funding for research and opportunities for local community foundation grants
• Dedicated clinical research coordinators and clinical data analysts
• Faculty appointment and teaching opportunities
• Hospitalists admit patients
• Neuro-trained APP support
• On-site infusion suite

About Honolulu:
Honolulu is the capital and largest city in the State of Hawaii. Honolulu is located along the southeast coast of the Island of Oahu. Sometimes called “The Gathering Place,” Oahu is the third largest Hawaiian island. The city is a major hub for international business and is a major portal into the mainland United States. The city famously hosts a diverse variety of east-west and Pacific cultures, cuisine, and traditions. As of 2015, Honolulu was ranked high on world livability rankings and was also ranked as the 2nd safest city in the United States. Honolulu's tropical climate lends itself to year-round activities. In 2004, Men's Fitness magazine named Honolulu the fittest city in the US. Whether you’re hiking atop iconic Leahi (Diamond Head), enjoying some of Hawaii’s best shopping, or simply unwinding on the sands of the island’s beautiful beaches, you’ll find variety at every turn in Honolulu and Oahu.

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Type: Neurology

Subspecialty: Movement Disorders, Alzheimer's Disease/Dementia

Position #: 2274

State: Hawaii

Characteristics: Access to large metropolitan area, Beach community, Diverse community, Leadership role available, Near lakes and gorgeous natural areas, Research support available, Teaching encouraged, Visa support available


Neurosurgery :

Prestigious Practice In The Southwest Seeks General Neurosurgeon!

An esteemed group of neurosurgeons in the Southwest expanding! Due to increased volume the practice is interested to recruit two neurosurgeons. Interests in skull base, spine, trauma and functional work will be supported in the context of a general neurosurgery practice. Experienced candidates and new grads are equally welcome. Mentorship is readily available for those newly trained.

The practice primarily admits to a level, I 486 bed medical center. The neurosurgeons work within a beautiful neuroscience institute known for its cutting-edge technology, as well as innovative and integrated patient services. The latest, state of the art equipment exists!

This is an opportunity to join a collegial group that emphasizes excellence in the neurosurgeons they seek and the care that they provide.

Practice Highlights:
• General Call is 1:5
• Four Neurologists, including a stroke neurologist
• Clinical research opportunities exist
• Phase 3 research is ongoing with new opportunities
• 125 cases anticipated in year one with more than 200 expected once established
• 70/30 spine/cranial mix of cases with the opportunity to grow your subspecialty interest over time
• Eight APPs on staff
• Guaranteed base plus RVU bonus plan offered


The city's geography is a postcard image of cactus forests, rolling hills, and rugged mountains. National and State Parks and Forests ring the city. From historic to high-tech, from ecological to military, with hands-on learning and over-the-top fun in between, the is an area steeped in natural beauty. The arts are well represented with theater, symphony and opera all available. The area is home to spas, golf, fine dining and abundant shopping. The city offers metropolitan living in a smaller, livable and affordable community.

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Type: Neurosurgery

Subspecialty: Functional/Epilepsy/Pain/Periph. Nerve, General Neurosurgery, Neurosurgical Oncology/Skull Base, Spine, Trauma

Position #: 2278

State: Arizona

Characteristics: Diverse community, Mountains nearby, Near lakes and gorgeous natural areas, Particularly patient focused


Neurology :

100% Outpatient Opportunity in New Jersey, with Full-time or Part-time Schedule Options

A well-run and growing private practice in New Jersey is seeking additional neurologists to join the group. This team values a work-life balance with zero call and the options for a full-time or part-time schedule.

Practice Highlights:
- APP support
- Someone with subspecialty interests would be well-supported. General Neurologists would also be greatly welcomed!
- Currently teaching IM residents, with hopes to have Neurology residents rotate through the clinic
- Easy access to infusion suite and imaging modalities
- Practice currently is doing routine EEG; ambulatory EEG; EMGs; Carotid and Transcranial Ultrasound; Video electronystagram; Basic Autonomic testing; and Botox
- Competitive compensation with bonus potential, along with excellent benefits

Headache Highlights:
- Ability to do BOTOX, nerve blocks, and trigger point injections
- Start at 50% headache volume, with ability to build to 100%

Movement Disorders Highlights:
- Ability to refer to and collaborate with local neurosurgeons for DBS
- Start at 50% movement disorders volume, and potentially build to 80% movement disorders volume

Cognitive Neurology Highlights:
- Up to 50% cognitive volume
- Clinical research interests could be well-supported; access to clinical trials and PI opportunity
- In-office physical therapist; social workers in area to refer patients to

Epilepsy Highlights:
- Ability to collaborate with neurosurgeons, if needed
- Start with 50% epilepsy volume, and build up to 80% epilepsy volume

Princeton, NJ:
Only 1 hour to NYC and 45 minutes to Philadelphia, the Princeton area is an idyllic area for someone to raise a family, or for someone interested in access to big cities while living in an area with a bit more room to breathe. The area has excellent public schools and endless private school options. The region is home to companies such as Tyco, Johnson & Johnson, and Bank of America, along with many other large companies. Also home to Ivy League school, Princeton University, the town attracts a sophisticated and international crowd, creating a unique hub of culture and education not often found in the suburbs.

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Type: Neurology

Subspecialty: Clinical Neurophysiology (EEG or EMG), Epilepsy, General Neurology, Headache, Movement Disorders, Neurodegenerative (Alzheimer/Cognitive), Neuromuscular, Sleep, Alzheimer's Disease/Dementia, EMG, EEG

Position #: 2337

State: New Jersey

Characteristics: Access to large metropolitan area, Attractive schedule options available, Diverse community, Excellent schools nearby, Excellent work/life balance, Particularly patient focused, Teaching encouraged, Well organized and managed practice


Neurosurgery :

General Neurosurgeon Needed in The Mountain West!

A supportive, physician friendly hospital in the mountain west is excited to welcome a neurosurgeon with an interest in spine to join this well-run, clinically busy team!

This opportunity offers a terrific volume of spine cases including complex spine and deformity within the context of a general neurosurgery position.

This is a 286 bed, level II trauma center with primary stroke designation. The hospital is one of the state’s leading comprehensive healthcare providers, offering modern medical technology and a progressive philosophy to care.

Practice Highlights:
• Call will be 1:4 with trauma team admitting patients
• Four APPs on staff and another will be provided for the new hire
• 120 cases anticipated in year one and 250 are expected once established
• Case mix of 80/20 spine and cranial cases
• Long-standing and stable practice management staff
• Latest in technology and equipment including an O-Arm, Medtronic Brain Navi and a Cyber Knife
• Block O.R. time available
• Attractive base plus RVU bonus plus call pay compensation offering

Surrounded by six breathtaking mountain ranges, this city offers plenty of opportunities for fresh air recreation, including hiking, biking, golf and viewing rare mountain wildlife. Find mouth-watering dishes at restaurants offering worldwide cuisine, unique shopping, arts, events and attractions that are second to none when it comes to the true west!

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Type: Neurosurgery

Subspecialty:

Position #: 2371

State: Montana

Characteristics: Mountains nearby, Near lakes and gorgeous natural areas, Well organized and managed practice, Low cost of living area


Neurosurgery :

Neurovascular Trained Neurosurgery Opportunity In The Mountain West!

A supportive, physician friendly hospital in the mountain west is excited to welcome a neurovascular trained neurosurgeon to join this well-run, clinically busy team!

As one of the state’s leading comprehensive healthcare providers, the medical center provides modern medical technology and a progressive philosophy of care.

The hospital is the first in the state to launch a full neuro-interventional program. Four neuro-interventionalists are rotating through currently. The team expects to receive thrombectomy capable designation in early 2023. A brand new, fully loaded Phillips biplane system has just been installed. Catchment area for neuro-interventional cases is approximately 750,000. This is a fantastic opportunity to collaborate with a fully supportive leadership team who have a robust business plan to build and grow this service!

Practice Highlights:
• General call will be 1:4 with trauma team admitting patients
• Vascular call schedule will be mutually agreed upon
• Four APPs on staff and another will be provided for the new hire
• 120 cases anticipated in year one and 250 are expected once established
• A 50/50 mix of neurovascular and general neurosurgery cases is anticipated
• Long-standing and stable practice management staff
• Technology and equipment include an O-Arm, Medtronic Brain Navi and a Cyber Knife
• Block O.R. time available
• Attractive base plus RVU bonus plus call pay compensation offering

Surrounded by six breathtaking mountain ranges, this city offers plenty of opportunities for fresh air recreation, including hiking, biking, golf and viewing rare mountain wildlife. Find mouth-watering dishes at restaurants offering worldwide cuisine, unique shopping, arts, events and attractions that are second to none when it comes to the true west!

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Type: Neurosurgery

Subspecialty: Cerebrovascular, Endovascular

Position #: 2371

State: Montana

Characteristics: Mountains nearby, Near lakes and gorgeous natural areas, Well organized and managed practice, Low cost of living area


Neurology :

Top New Jersey Neuroscience Center Seeks Staff Neurologists

A well-established, academic neuroscience institute in New Jersey is excited to welcome additional inpatient and outpatient neurologists to join their prestigious program. The institute is seeking fellowship-trained Neuro-otologists, Neuro-ophthalmologists, Stroke Neurohospitalist, and neuro-intensivists and are open to considering those with other subspecialty interests and training.

• 499-Bed Comprehensive Stroke Center, Level I Trauma Center
• 20-bed Neuro-ICU
• Level IV Epilepsy Center
• Accredited Sleep Center
• DBS Program
• Dedicated eye room
• State-of-the-art equipment including OTC machine, retinal photographer, and vestibular lab with rotary chair
• Multi-disciplinary team in place – adult and pediatric neurologists, neurosurgeons, neuropsychologists, neuro-pathologists, registered nurses, clinical nurse practitioners, neuro-radiologists, and neuro-rehabilitation specialists
• Faculty appointment available
• Neurology Residency Program
• Opportunities for teaching and research
• Competitive compensation and benefits package

About the area –
The location is a beautiful township in Central New Jersey, and voted one of the best places to live by Money Magazine. Offering proximity to a number of major east coast cities, fantastic schooling options, a diverse population, and a dynamic business community, the township is a great place to live and work!

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Type: Neurology

Subspecialty: General Neurology, Neurocritical Care, Neurohospitalist, Neuro-ophthalmology, Stroke

Position #: 2388

State: New Jersey


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Neurology :

Neuromuscular Opportunity with University-Affiliated Hospital in Massachusetts

A hospital in beautiful Western Massachusetts is seeking a subspecialized neuromuscular neurologist to join their collegial team.

Hospital Highlights:
- Teaching hospital and home to their own medical school campus
- Support for teaching and clinical research
- 716-bed Hospital
- Level 1 Trauma Center
- Primary Stroke Center, with plans to apply for Comprehensive accreditation

Opportunity Highlights:
- Faculty appointment
- CT, MRI, EMG, NCS diagnostics
- 4-room EMG suite with tech support
- Infrastructure and funding in place for ALS Clinic -- opportunity to lead it
- Dedicated EMG days
- General neurology call (no stroke) of 1:10 nights

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Type: Neurology

Subspecialty: Neuromuscular, EMG

Position #: 2408

State: Massachusetts

Characteristics: Attractive schedule options available, Diverse community, Excellent schools nearby, Excellent work/life balance, Mountains nearby, Near lakes and gorgeous natural areas, No or low trauma call, Research support available, Teaching encouraged, Well organized and managed practice


Neurology :

Rapidly Growing Chicago Health System Seeks Pediatric Neurologists

A thriving Chicago health system, poised to become Illinois’s largest, is excited to welcome an additional pediatric neurologist to their Women's & Children's Hospital. This stable and supportive administration emphasizes patient-care over high-volume and encourages their physicians to be innovative in their methods and procedures. They believe in putting the best tools at the disposal of their physicians and trusting their physicians to provide the best care.

Opportunity & Hospital Highlights
• General or Headache-focused Pediatric Neurology position
• M-F scheduling
• 1:3 non-burdensome call
• Level III Epilepsy Center
• Concussion Clinic
• Highly specialized neuroscience center
• Join group of pediatricians with 60 subspecialties
* 40 minutes from Chicago

As the third-largest city in the United States, Chicago is an exciting place to live and work. Culture abounds with top-rated museums, symphony, and theater. Restaurants and nightlife are among the best in the world and there is no shortage of recreational activities around Lake Michigan. Diverse neighborhoods and fabulous schools offer something for everyone in this dynamic city.

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Type: Neurology

Subspecialty: Child Neurology, Concussion/Sports, Headache

Position #: 2418

State: Illinois

Characteristics: Access to large metropolitan area, Diverse community, Leadership role available, Particularly patient focused


Neurology :

Rapidly Growing Chicago Neurology Program Seeks General Neurologists

A thriving Chicago health system, poised to become Illinois’s largest, is excited to welcome the addition of a general neurologist to one of their hospitals. This stable and supportive administration emphasizes patient-care over high-volume and encourages their physicians to be innovative in their methods and procedures. They believe in putting the best tools at the disposal of their physicians and trusting their physicians to provide the best care.

Position Highlights:
• General outpatient neurology opportunity
• Sub-specialty welcome in the context of general neurology
• Non-burdensome call
• APP support
• Competitive salary and benefits package

As the third-largest city in the United States, Chicago is an exciting place to live and work. Culture abounds with top-rated museums, symphony, and theater. Restaurants and nightlife are among the best in the world and there is no shortage of recreational activities around Lake Michigan. Diverse neighborhoods and fabulous schools offer something for everyone in this dynamic city.

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Type: Neurology

Subspecialty: Clinical Neurophysiology (EEG or EMG), General Neurology, EMG, EEG

Position #: 2418

State: Illinois

Characteristics: Access to large metropolitan area, Diverse community, Leadership role available, Particularly patient focused


Neurology :

Inpatient and Outpatient Opportunities at Academically-Affiliated Hospital in Illinois

A 433-bed tertiary care hospital, and the area’s only Level I Trauma Center in East-Central Illinois, together with its Medical Director of the Neurosciences Institute, and the VP of the Neurosciences Institute, is excited to welcome additional neurologists to join the team.

On the outpatient side, general neurology candidates, and candidates fellowship-trained in Headache, MS/neuro-immunology, Epilepsy and movement disorders. Additionally, candidates with interest in Neuro-Ophthalmology and Neuro-Oncology would be of interest to the program.

Outpatient Position Highlights:
• Dedicated, on-campus infusion suites
• Directorship available for experienced EMG/Neuromuscular sub-specialist
• Fully sub-specialized practice available
• Opportunities for teaching, research, and faculty appointment
• Non-burdensome call
• Competitive Compensation
• Extremely collegial physician and admin team

East-Central Illinois:
The area is anchored by the principal cities of Champaign and Urbana and is home to the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. The location is home to a beautifully diverse and intellectual population, a plethora of very affordable housing options, and many private and public schooling selections; it is the quintessential location to raise a family or put down roots.
From the downtown “college-town” area near the university to more sprawling, suburban locales, Champaign – Urbana boasts great shopping (from big-box retailers to boutique shops), a cutting-edge restaurant scene, wonderful park systems, and a truly family-oriented community. Additionally, the winters in the area are very mild and lend to very active, outdoor lifestyles.

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Type: Neurology

Subspecialty: Child Neurology, Clinical Neurophysiology (EEG or EMG), General Neurology, Headache, Movement Disorders, Neuromuscular, Neuro-oncology, Alzheimer's Disease/Dementia, EMG, EEG

Position #: 2428

State: Illinois

Characteristics: Above market compensation package, Diverse community, Leadership role available, Well organized and managed practice


Neurology :

Child Neurology Opportunity at Academically-Affiliated Hospital in Illinois!

A 433-bed regional care hospital, and the area’s only Level I Trauma Center in East-Central Illinois, together with its Medical Director of the Neurosciences Institute, and the VP of the Neurosciences Institute, is excited to welcome a child neurologist to join its team. The new pediatric neurologist will join a group of 2 new pediatric neurologists who are starting in the fall (2020) and 2 part-time locum neurologists. There is an opportunity for the medical director of pediatric neurology for the right candidate.

Position Highlights:
• 100% child neurology opportunity
• Established referral base
• Join 2 incoming pediatric neurologists
• Call take predominately by phone
• The hospital provides Level III Perinatal Services, Pediatric Intensive Care Unit (PICU), Neonatal Intensive Care Unit (NICU), Child Diagnostic Clinic and NICU follow-up clinic
• Opportunities for teaching, research, and faculty appointment
• Extremely collegial physician and admin team

East-Central Illinois:
The area is anchored by the principal cities of Champaign and Urbana and is home to the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. The location is home to a beautifully diverse and intellectual population, a plethora of very affordable housing options, and many private and public schooling selections; it is the quintessential location to raise a family or put down roots.
From the downtown “college-town” area near the university to more sprawling, suburban locales, Champaign – Urbana boasts great shopping (from big-box retailers to boutique shops), a cutting-edge restaurant scene, wonderful park systems, and a truly family-oriented community. Additionally, the winters in the area are very mild and lend to very active, outdoor lifestyles.

Champaign-Urbana is a 2-hour train ride to Chicago, 2-hours from Indianapolis, and the Bloomington airport has flights to many areas (and free parking!).

All in all, the location is wonderful for candidates who are seeking the benefits of a large, established city with the comfort and cost-of-living of small-town America.

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Type: Neurology

Subspecialty: Child Neurology

Position #: 2428

State: Illinois

Characteristics: Above market compensation package, Diverse community, Leadership role available, Well organized and managed practice


Neurology :

Large Atlanta Health System Seeks a Neuro-critical Care Director and Neurohospitalists

A large healthcare system in Atlanta, Georgia is seeking a new Director of Neuro-Critical Care, and stroke neurohospitalists to join their rapidly growing program.

Hospital Highlights:
• 625+-bed hospital
* 10-bed neuro-ICU
• National Recognized as Grade A by Leapfrog Hospital Safety
* Comprehensive Stroke Center / Level I Trauma Center

Position Highlights
• 7 on / 7 off scheduling
• Leadership opportunities for qualified candidates
• Clinical Trials, infusion therapy, surgeries radiation services all available
• Highly competitive salary with wRVU incentives
• Sign-on bonus and loan repayment
• Relocation Assistance
• Comprehensive Benefits
* J-1 & H1-B candidates welcome!

As one of the fastest-growing cities in America, Atlanta is a diverse city offering a terrific climate and an abundance of cultural opportunities. This area offers terrific public and private schooling options, exclusive neighborhoods, historic theatres, fine dining, great parks, and beautiful botanical gardens. The Atlanta International Airport is one of the busiest airports in the world offering convenient travel to many national and international destinations. Piedmont Henry Hospital is located in the community of Stockbridge, Georgia, part of the Atlanta metropolitan area, and less than 30 miles from the city.

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Type: Neurology

Subspecialty: General Neurology, Neurocritical Care, Neurohospitalist, Stroke

Position #: 2462

State: Georgia

Characteristics: Access to large metropolitan area, Diverse community


Neurology :

Exciting Opportunity for Outpatient Neurologists at Large Atlanta, Georgia Healthcare System

A large healthcare system in Atlanta, Georgia is seeking additional outpatient neurologists to join several of their locations, right outside of Atlanta-proper.

Outpatient Highlights:
• APP support
• Non-Burdensome, System-wide 1:12 call
• Tele-neurology in place
• Leadership and program-building opportunities available
• Approximately 5-15 consults, and 15-25 follow-ups per day
• Chief Medical Officer is a neurologist
• Ability to read EEGs would be welcome
• Stroke manager in place
• Teaching opportunity available with PA students at nearby university
• Competitive compensation and benefits package
* J-1 & H1-B candidates welcome!

As one of the fastest-growing cities in America, Atlanta is a diverse city offering a terrific climate and an abundance of cultural opportunities. This area offers terrific public and private schooling options, exclusive neighborhoods, historic theatres, fine dining, great parks and beautiful botanical gardens. The Atlanta International Airport is one of the busiest airports in the world offering convenient travel to many national and international destinations. Piedmont Henry Hospital is located in the community of Stockbridge, Georgia, part of the Atlanta metropolitan area, and less than 30 miles from the city.

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Type: Neurology

Subspecialty: Clinical Neurophysiology (EEG or EMG), General Neurology, Movement Disorders, Neuromuscular, EMG

Position #: 2462

State: Georgia

Characteristics: Access to large metropolitan area, Diverse community


Neurosurgery :

Busy Private Practice in Florida Seeking Spine-Focused General Neurosurgeon

A premier private practice in Florida is seeking a BE/BC neurosurgeon to join their collegial group. The group is recruiting because of the high volume of cases and expects the new neurosurgeon to develop a busy clinical practice very quickly.

The practice offers cutting-edge, sub-specialized care including epilepsy, skull base, spine, neurosurgical oncology and cerebrovascular cases. The new neurosurgeon can develop a busy clinical practice focusing on general neurosurgery, complex spine and trauma. Mentorship is available for a younger neurosurgeon.

Practice Highlights:
• Q4 call schedule - consultative in nature;
• 100-250 cases expected first year and 250-300 once established;
• Catchment area of ~1 million people;
• Wide variety and level of complexity of neurosurgical cases;
• All pediatric neurosurgery handled by local children’s hospital;
• Competitive salary sponsored by practice;
• 2 year partnership track with nominal buy-in and competitive long-term income potential, growing surgery center with potential for future buy-in;
• Collegial partners, long-standing reputation in community since 1999 with terrific reputations and supportive hospital systems;
• 2 PA’s employed by the group;
• Very little neurosurgery and orthopedic spine competition - ortho-spine does NOT take spine ER call;
• Beautiful area with fine arts, professional sports teams, great dining and too many beaches to count!

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Type: Neurosurgery

Subspecialty: General Neurosurgery, Spine

Position #: 2477

State: Florida


Neurology :

South-Central North Carolina System Seeks General Outpatient & Interventional Neurologists

A large, regional health care system in North Carolina looks forward to the growth of its clinical neurosciences department. The practice is seeking to grow both the inpatient and outpatient service lines and is excited to welcome both interventional neurologists, and 100% outpatient general neurologists.

Practice / Opportunity Highlights:
• New Neuroscience Center being built
• Advanced Certification as a Primary Stroke Center
• Inpatient neurology and almost all outpatient neurology subspecialties in the context of general neurology, welcome and well-supported; headache, epilepsy, and EEG/EMG would be an excellent fit
• 7 on/7 off schedule for inpatient neurologist
• AASM accredited sleep center
• Infusion suites on site for headache and MS
• Significant epilepsy volume; open to building an EMU
• Clinical research and teaching opportunities with Campbell University
• Non-burdensome call schedule
• Immediate volume available
• No local competition
• A highly collegial environment with a very supportive administration
• A competitive compensation package, including generous sign-on bonus and relocation allowance

The geographic area is a diverse community of more than 319,00 residents and has been recognized as an All-American City.

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Type: Neurology

Subspecialty: Clinical Neurophysiology (EEG or EMG), General Neurology, Headache, Interventional, Movement Disorders, Neuromuscular, EMG

Position #: 2520

State: North Carolina


Neurosurgery :

Dynamic Neurosurgery Practice in New York Seeking Spine-Focused Neurosurgeon!

A dynamic practice in New York is interested in hiring an ABNS BE/BC neurosurgeon to join a very busy, well-regarded practice. The practice has been highly successful with a strong emphasis on spine surgery and maintains an academic affiliation. The group covers and admits to several area hospitals including a surgery center.

The new neurosurgeon will enjoy a busy clinical practice with an emphasis on spine, including spine deformity, minimally-invasive approaches, instrumentation and routine spine. The practice is eager to mentor a younger neurosurgeon and support his/her practice by facilitating introductions with local physicians and hospital administration and supplementing volume with their own cases. A post-residency spine fellowship is required.

Practice Highlights:
• Enjoy the best of both worlds – autonomy of private practice and teaching/collaborative research of academics
• Spine-heavy practice with a variety of interests that can be supported
• Mentorship in both clinical neurosurgery as well as the business side of medicine
• Call schedule will be approximately 1 week per month
• Clinical faculty appointment available
• Initial case volume of ~150 cases with opportunity to do 250+ once established
• Admitting hospitals have state-of-the-art facilities and equipment
• Very competitive compensation provided by practice with opportunity for productivity incentives and future ancillary income opportunities

New York is a vibrant, dynamic area to live and work. Experience the beauty of great neighborhoods with tree-lined streets and lovely parks with many choices of excellent schools. Culturally diverse with tight communities and strong culture, there is never a shortage of things to experience. Variety is the spice of life and you will never exhaust the broad array of offerings in this amazing city that is like none other in the world.

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Type: Neurosurgery

Subspecialty: Spine

Position #: 2532

State: New York

Characteristics: Above market compensation package, Access to large metropolitan area, Diverse community, Excellent schools nearby, Particularly patient focused


Neurology :

Academic Program in Houston Recruiting Neurohospitalist

An academic health system in Southeast Texas is seeking a neurohospitalist for its main campus and affiliated community hospitals in Houston, Texas.

Medical Center Highlights:
• 1,014-bed Hospital
• Flagship hospital of a 17-hospital system
• Comprehensive Stroke Center
• Primary teaching hospital
• Level-1 Trauma Center

Position Details:
• Neurohospitalist Opportunity
• 7-on / 7-off Schedule
• Neurologists split their time at main campus and one of the affiliated community hospitals
• Consult only service at their community locations with telemedicine coverage
• Faculty appointment with opportunity to teach neurology residents and fellows
• Zero Outpatient Follow-up

Houston, Texas:
Houston is the most populous city in the state of Texas and the fourth-most populous city in the United States, with a census-estimated 2016 population of 2.303 million. Move to Houston and live, work and play in the city Kiplinger’s Magazine ranked the #1 best place to live in the Country! You could spend 365 days in this city and still not experience everything it has to offer. Health care thrives in this city that leads the nation in the quality and breadth of care. Houston is also recognized worldwide for its energy industry and is known as the Energy Capital of the World. Houston’s museum and theater district attracts over 7 million visitors each year and has something for every taste. There are 17 different school districts, over 300 private schools, and over 60 colleges and universities located throughout the city. Fine dining, world-class shopping, and terrific culture make this an amazing place to call home.

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Type: Neurology

Subspecialty: Neurohospitalist

Position #: 2538

State: Texas

Characteristics: Access to large metropolitan area, Diverse community, No/Low state income tax


Neurology :

Outpatient Neurology Opportunity in Indiana!

An award-winning hospital system in Indiana is seeking BC/BE neurologists to join its expanding neurosciences department at its 526 bed, Level II Trauma center. Step into a ready-made practice with the retirement of a Neurologist. The practice opportunity is flexible to include both inpatient and outpatient or 100% outpatient medicine. Candidates interested in the development of sub-specialty interests are encouraged to apply.

Opportunity Highlights:
• Inpatient/Outpatient or 100% outpatient
• Sub-specialty interests well-supported
• Supportive administration
• Competitive compensation package
• Non-burdensome call schedule
• Robust teleneurology program in place for night call

This college town is home to 170,000 residents and was even featured on NBC’s “Today” show as the No. 1 pick of the top 10 cities nationwide with the best housing values. There are top-quality public schools featuring traditional or specialized programs, as well as private and parochial options, offering something for every student. The town offers a broad expanse of sporting and cultural amenities, atypical to that of other similar-sized U.S. cities. The museum of art, a 23-acre zoo, 4 city golf courses, over 100 recreational programs in the park system, and whitewater rafting downtown, are just a few ways to enjoy your time in this vibrant town! With easy access to downtown Chicago in 90 minutes and 40 minutes to the beaches of Lake Michigan, this northern Indiana city offers the best of Midwest living!

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Type: Neurology

Subspecialty: Clinical Neurophysiology (EEG or EMG), Epilepsy, General Neurology, Headache, Movement Disorders, Neurohospitalist, Neuromuscular, Stroke, EMG, EEG

Position #: 2562

State: Indiana

Characteristics: Excellent schools nearby, Leadership role available, Well organized and managed practice


Neurosurgery :

Busy Physician-Run Practice in Southeast Hiring General Neurosurgeon

A very busy, well-established private group in the Carolinas is seeking a BE/BC neurosurgeon with interests in spine and general neurosurgery. The practice was founded in the mid-1990's and focuses on a variety of sub-specialties including minimally-invasive spine surgery, computer assisted endoscopic brain surgery and stereotactic radiosurgery.

Their 16,000+ square feet, state-of-the-art facility includes medical offices, neurosurgery clinics, interventional pain management, physical therapy, procedural rooms as well as X-Ray, MRI and CT. The facility is staffed with three neurosurgeons, an interventional pain management physician 2 PA’s, 2 NP’s and numerous nurses, radiology technicians and medical assistants.

This is a very busy practice offering immediate volume, mentorship for new grads, reasonable call schedule and terrific earning potential. The group covers and admits to two area hospitals.

Practice Highlights:
• Immediate volume available. Current surgeons doing 350+ cases per year on average
• Catchment area includes metro population and surrounding counties
• Case mix of 80% spine and 20% cranial including cranial trauma, primary brain tumors and pituitary tumors
• Q4 call schedule, mostly consultative, partners have PA’s and NP’s helping cover call, in clinic and in the OR
• Mentorship available for younger neurosurgeons
• Very competitive starting salary with potential first year income of $800K, signing bonus, relocation, CME, great benefits
• 2-year partnership track; partners earning ~$1M, profit sharing and retirement plan available beginning of year 2 and ancillary bonuses offered beginning year 3
• Equipment available includes CT, MRI, Neuronavigation, microscopes. Hospital open to purchasing new equipment/O-Arm

Located in one of the major cities in the state, this community is brimming with history, character, and Southern charm.

The local schools have been recognized as being among the state's best with numerous awards. This mid-sized Southern city is large enough to boast a performance theater, symphony orchestra, many ballet companies, museums, festivals, and minor league sports. Still, the City is small enough to preserve a small-town feeling with a number of tree-lined streets and parks, all of which add to the pleasant lifestyle that citizens enjoy. With excellent dining, shopping, and entertainment options, it's a great place to live and work.

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Type: Neurosurgery

Subspecialty: General Neurosurgery, Spine

Position #: 2574

State: South Carolina

Characteristics: Particularly patient focused, Well organized and managed practice, Low cost of living area


Neurology :

Join a Thriving Hospital and Neuroscience Institute in Eastern Texas!

A thriving hospital and neuroscience center in beautiful Eastern Texas is hiring a neurologist to join their well-established group of 4 neurologists. The new neurologist will be part of the Neuroscience Institute and be very well supported by the hospital administration and other physicians.

Practice Highlights:
 The hospital is well equipped to provide all levels of neurological services
 Dedicated NCC beds
 Epilepsy monitoring beds
 Dedicated stroke team
 404 beds
 Call schedule will be 1:5

The hospital is located approximately 90 miles east of Dallas with a population of approximately 108,000 residents with a metro area population of 198,000. The city is extremely family friendly with lots of activities and beautiful neighborhoods for people of all ages!

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Type: Neurology

Subspecialty: Epilepsy, General Neurology, Headache, Movement Disorders, Multiple Sclerosis/Neuro-Immunology, Stroke

Position #: 2584

State: Texas


Neurology :

Inpatient and Outpatient Neurology at Academically Affiliated Hospital in Michigan!

An academically affiliated hospital in Northeast Michigan is excited to grow its neurology department with the addition of an outpatient neurologist and neurohospitalist. The new neurologists will practice at a 320-bed hospital that has been recently named as one of “Best Hospitals in Michigan” by U.S. News & World Report.

Neurohospitalist:
• The schedule is M-F, though is 7on/7off is an option
• Will see up to 18 patients per day
• The fellowship is not required
• Opportunity to teach and faculty appointment is available
• Competitive compensation

Outpatient:
• Will see approximately 15 patients per day
• The opportunity exists to build subspecialty practice in headache, epilepsy, MS and movement disorders
• The call is 1:4, nearly all consults and rarely report in – they have teleneurology and telestroke in place
• Opportunity to teach and faculty appointment is available
• Competitive compensation

Northeastern Michigan is a paradise for outdoor enthusiasts who will be able to take advantage of over 3000 acres of parkland and nearby Lake Huron. The area also has many cultural opportunities in fields ranging from music and theater to science and the arts.

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Type: Neurology

Subspecialty: Epilepsy, General Neurology, Headache, Movement Disorders, Multiple Sclerosis/Neuro-Immunology, Neurohospitalist, Stroke, EMG, EEG

Position #: 2593

State: Michigan


Neurosurgery :

Neurosurgery Opportunity in a Large City on the Great Lakes

A large health system has an exciting opportunity in a large city on the Great Lakes for a neurosurgeon to join their busy Neurosciences Program at their Downtown Tertiary care Hospital. Neurosurgeon should have an interest and desire to do spine and cranial work and will be supported in their individual as well as service line success. Experienced neurosurgeons and new grads are invited to apply and will have the support of eager mentors.

This 431-bed acute care facility is home to a Comprehensive Stroke Center and an Interventional Pain Program. There is a designated Neuro ICU with a Neuro Rehabilitation Center on site. This hospital delivers the most advanced and specialized care for medical cases.

Currently, neurosurgeons are seeing approximately 300 cases/year and the new hire can expect to see 200 cases in their first year. There is support from neurosurgery APPs and epileptologists. The expected call schedule is 1:4. Compensation is highly competitive and includes an initial salary guarantee, sign on bonus, relocation expenses, and covered malpractice. Excellent benefits, including retirement plan with a generous employer match, 403B, 457B, and employer automatic contribution.

More Details:
*Premier Oncology and Surgical Location
*Multispecialty group with strong referral patterns
*Excellent Primary Care Referral Base
*Strong in-house Hospitalist Teams
*Clinical support staff including MA, RN, Nurse Navigator
*Full range of services available for patients
*Neurodiagnostic Lab
*Medical Imaging Technology, MRI, CT, and a PET scanner
*Full Interventional Radiology services with subspecialty *Radiology Group- includes Neuro-Interventional Radiology
*Fully accredited COC Integrated Network
*Radiosurgery Capability
*Must be BC/BE in Neurosurgery

Area Highlights:
With a county-wide population of nearly a million, this city offers the best of everything you'd expect to find in a major city while retaining a hometown feel. Sophisticated, scenic, affordable, and event-filled, it has an impressive array of public and private schools, prestigious universities, lovely family-friendly neighborhoods, and a vibrant downtown life. Live next to gorgeous lakes and natural areas while having an international airport close by. Recreational activities abound during all 4 seasons.

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Type: Neurosurgery

Subspecialty: General Neurosurgery

Position #: 2626

State: Wisconsin

Characteristics: Near lakes and gorgeous natural areas, Tort reform state


Neurology :

Academically-Affiliated Medical Center Near Boston is Seeking Outpatient Neurology Sub-Specialists!

An academically-affiliated medical center near Boston is seeking outpatient neurologists to join its growing team. Sub-specialty interest in cognitive, movement disorders and neuromuscular/EMG neurology will be well supported.

Hospital Highlights:
• A 335-bed tertiary care facility
• Level I Trauma Center
• Comprehensive Stroke Center

Practice Highlights:
• Join a team of 34 physicians, 2 PhDs, and 13APCs
• Significant sub-specialty volume right from the start
• 1:8 general neurology call
• No stroke or trauma call for outpatient neurologists
• Neurology residents from affiliated university take the first call
• Teaching and research opportunities
• Faculty appointment available

Sub-Specialty Position Highlights:

Cognitive Neurology Highlights:
• Join Director and additional cognitive neurologist
• Third cognitive neurologist joining in 2022
• 5 CRAs dedicated to neurology clinical trials
• Teaching opportunities with UCNS certified behavioral neurology/neuropsychiatry fellowship program 

Neuromuscular Medicine Highlights:
• Join division of 6 EMG specialists  
• Two neurophysiology labs with immediate EMG volume available
• Collaborate with specialized ALS and Muscular Dystrophy Clinic teams

Movement Disorders Highlights:
• Join current team of 3 movement disorders neurologists 
• 95-100% subspecialized volume
• Active DBS program

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Type: Neurology

Subspecialty: General Neurology, Neurodegenerative (Alzheimer/Cognitive), Neuromuscular, Alzheimer's Disease/Dementia, EMG, Neurodegenerative Disorders

Position #: 2649

State: Massachusetts

Characteristics: Access to large metropolitan area, Excellent schools nearby, Leadership role available, Teaching encouraged, Visa support available


Neurology :

Academic Pediatric Neurology Opportunity in Ohio!

A University medical center in Ohio is excited to announce the expansion of its neurology service line. They are in search of pediatric neurologists to join the thriving, fast-growing, and well-established Department of Neurology.

The University has just begun a new and exciting educational affiliation with a comprehensive health care network of specialized hospitals and outpatient facilities in Northwest Ohio and Southeast Michigan.

Hospital Highlights:
• 151-bed facility
• Only children's hospital in the region to be accredited by the Joint Commission

Child Neurology Highlights:
• M-F Schedule
• 1:3 Call schedule
• 3-4 Exam rooms per provider
• Faculty appointment available
• Teaching opportunity
• Employment through multi-specialist group
• Competitive compensation and benefits

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Type: Neurology

Subspecialty: Child Neurology

Position #: 2656

State: Ohio

Characteristics: Access to large metropolitan area, Diverse community, Excellent schools nearby, Research support available, Teaching encouraged, Well organized and managed practice


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Neurology :

Academic Outpatient Neurology Opportunities in Ohio!

A large university medical center in Ohio is excited to announce the expansion of its neurology service line. It is recruiting neurohospitalists, movement disorders, headache, cognitive/behavioral, general, neuromuscular, and neuro ophthalmology neurologists to join its thriving and fast-growing well-established academic Department of Neurology as faculty for its adult neurology team. These positions offer competitive compensation and benefits package with a favorable call schedule.

The University has operationalized a new and exciting educational affiliation with a comprehensive health care network of specialized hospitals and outpatient facilities in Northwest Ohio and Southeast Michigan.

Hospital Highlights:
• 794-beds
• Region’s first certified stroke center
• Get with the Guidelines Stroke Gold Plus Award from the American Heart Association and American Stroke Association 10 years in a row
• Largest acute care facility in the area
• Named one of Healthgrades’ 100 Best Hospitals in America
• Brand new state of the art inpatient and neurology dedicated outpatient facilities

Neurohospitalist Highlights:
• Teaching inpatient services staffed by residents and medical students
• 7-on 7-off schedule
* Very light call during on weeks
• Academic Appointment
• Join a collegial team of three neurohospitalists
• Practice in the brand new, state-of-the-art tower

General, Headache, and Cognitive/Behavioral Neurology Highlights:
• Teleneurology and outpatient clinical opportunities available
• Favorable call schedule, with teaching inpatient services staffed by residents and medical students
• Practice in the brand new, state-of-the-art inpatient and outpatient clinical facility

Movement Disorder Highlights:
• Participate in an active and well-established movement disorder program with two other neurologists and additional advanced practice provider
• Fellowship in movement disorder provides an additional educational opportunity for new faculty
• Ability to participate in clinical trials with a very active research program

Neuro-muscular Disorder Highlights:
• Opportunity to establish a new neuromuscular program and join two experienced neuromuscular neurologists
• Well established neurophysiology laboratory with well-trained technologists
• Rehabilitative medicine services available

Neuro Ophthalmology Highlights:
• Join a state-of-the-art clinic with dedicated equipment and staff
• Opportunity to develop a strong academic program in a collegial and collaborative environment
• Research and educational opportunities available and are strongly encouraged

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Type: Neurology

Subspecialty: General Neurology, Headache, Movement Disorders, Neurodegenerative (Alzheimer/Cognitive), Neurohospitalist, Neuromuscular, Neuro-ophthalmology, EMG

Position #: 2656

State: Ohio

Characteristics: Access to large metropolitan area, Diverse community, Excellent schools nearby, Research support available, Teaching encouraged, Well organized and managed practice


Neurology :

Neurocritical Care Specialty Opportunity in Columbus, Ohio

A nationally recognized, not-for-profit health system in Columbus, Ohio is hiring neurointensivists to service a growing need in Central Ohio. This is an opportunity to join one of the largest comprehensive Neuroscience programs in the country. This is a nationally recognized, innovative healthcare system delivering world-class patient care.

About Flagship Medical Center:
• 1045- Bed Medical Center
• Comprehensive Stroke Center
• Level 2 Trauma Center
• Level 4 EMU
• 32-bed closed Neurocritical Care Unit

About nearby location:
• Level 1 Trauma Center
• 397-bed
• Level 1 Trauma Center

Neurocritical Care Highlights:
• Alternate service between Flagship Medical Center and consult Medical Center
• No General Neurology Call
• Average of 16 patients per day
• one location runs as consult service, the other runs as admitting
• APP Support available
• Advanced diagnostic options include 24-hour cEEG, readily available 4v angiography, TCD, CT on the unit, and invasive monitoring such as brain tissue oxygen monitoring

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Type: Neurology

Subspecialty: Neurocritical Care

Position #: 2665

State: Ohio

Characteristics: Access to large metropolitan area, Diverse community, Excellent schools nearby, Visa support available, Well organized and managed practice, Low cost of living area


Neurology :

Inpatient and Outpatient Neurology Opportunities at Leading Neurosciences Program in Columbus, Ohio

A nationally recognized, not-for-profit health system in Columbus, Ohio is hiring inpatient and outpatient neurologists to service a growing need in Central Ohio. This is an opportunity to join one of the largest comprehensive Neuroscience programs in the country. This is a nationally recognized, innovative healthcare system delivering world-class patient care.

Columbus Stroke Highlights:
• Join a group of vascular neurologists to cover one of the largest stroke programs in the region
• Coverage through a traditional stroke service supported by trained APPs and a Telemedicine stroke network
• Comprehensive Stroke Center with 1,059 beds (200 thrombectomy cases/year), four Primary Stroke Center and region's mobile stroke unit
• Research opportunities through Research Institute, if desired (involved with many leading clinical trials such as DAWN, SWIFT Prime, ESCAPE-NA1, etc.)
• Typical day consists of 10 new patients and 12 follow-ups
• Clinical duties include the daily management of stroke service patients and provision of evaluative services for those with urgent procedural need for symptomatic or asymptomatic carotid stenosis.
• Rounding in-person with the help on an APP
• Epic for EMR
• Monday-Friday schedule includes rotating through clinic and virtual rounding

Columbus Epilepsy Highlights:
• Join an established practice that provides multidisciplinary and comprehensive care through collaborative efforts with epileptologists, neurologists, neurosurgeons and more
• Inpatient and outpatient opportunity (EMU, LTM, EEG Reading, OP Clinic) based out of the Level 4 NAEC epilepsy center in Columbus and outreach locations throughout the healthcare system
• Full spectrum of surgical procedures and access to the latest technology for epilepsy surgery (invasive monitoring including stereo-EEG, grids, as well as VNS, RNS, DBS, laser ablation)
• Dedicated full-time Social Worker (LISW)
• Three dedicated full-time Nurses
• Two dedicated full-time Advanced Practice Nurses
• Research opportunities through the health system's Research Institute, if desired
• Opportunity to be part of a world-class Neuroscience program and service line
• Competitive salaries and bonuses
• Fellowship Stipend available for those who qualify
• Generous student loan repayment of up to $80,000 and $8,000 for relocation assistance
• Comprehensive benefits package inclusive of paid time off, CME, and wellness offerings to support work life balance
• Epic EMR System

Columbus Access Clinic and Cognitive/Behavioral Highlights:
• 2 positions available at Neuroscience Wellness Center
• 100% Cognitive/Behavioral volume
• Opportunity to step into immediate volume and build a practice quickly
• Average of 6-8 patients per day
• Zero hospital call required
• Director of Cognitive Neurology title available for interested candidates
• Geriatricians are also on site
• Work out of an outpatient access clinic
• Dedicated RN, Full-time social worker, and plans to hire APPs
• Opportunities are available for dedicated research time
• Resident/fellowship stipend available for those who qualify
• $25k training stipend available for current trainees


Northern Columbus Hospital and Position Highlights:
• 326-bed hospital
• Northcentral Ohio’s only full-service hospital
• Primary Stroke Center
• Conveniently located between Columbus and Cleveland, 65 miles from each
• General neurology opportunity
• Ability to read EEG or EMG welcome but not required
• Non-burdensome call schedule
• No stroke call
• Substantial growth opportunity within the central Ohio market
• Primarily outpatient position, with some inpatient responsibility
• Competitive compensation package including, sign-on bonus, relocation expenses, student loan repayment, and resident/fellowship stipend available for those who qualify
• J-1 visa waivers available
• $50k training stipend available for current trainees

Southern Columbus Position Highlights:
• 45 minutes south of Columbus
• BE/BC General Neurologist
• Primarily outpatient position
• Someone trained to do EM/G’s is preferred, but not necessary
• If EMG trained, a neurologist can expect to interpret EMGs 4-5 days a week
• Subspecialty trained is welcomed but this is primarily a general neurology position
• Looking for someone to serve the local community, who can build relationships with other physicians is key.
• Someone who could educate the primary care physicians is helpful as well

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Type: Neurology

Subspecialty: Epilepsy, General Neurology, Stroke, Alzheimer's Disease/Dementia

Position #: 2665

State: Ohio

Characteristics: Access to large metropolitan area, Diverse community, Excellent schools nearby, Visa support available, Well organized and managed practice, Low cost of living area


Neurology :

Pediatric Epilepsy and Other Sub-Specialty Opportunities at Children's Hospital in Orlando

A large children’s health system in central Florida is seeking a pediatric epileptologist and other pediatric sub-specialists to join its growing neurology team at its main campus in Orlando. Pediatric epilepsy surgery experience is especially welcome.

This hospital opened in October of 2012 in a brand-new, state-of-the-art facility that has been expanding as its practices have grown. It has an expanding PICU and NICU with growing practices in General Pediatric Surgery, Neurosurgery, Thoracic and Cardiac Surgery, ENT and Urology. All medical specialties are represented with a current total physician faculty of over 200.

Position Highlights:
• Majority pediatric epilepsy practice available
• All pediatric sub-specialists welcome and well-supported
• No adult call
• Opportunity for teaching pediatric residents and adult neurology residents
• Leadership opportunity available for a qualified candidate
• Very competitive compensation

About Orlando:
In addition to being the Theme Park Capital of the World, Orlando is a major industrial and hi-tech center. The metro area has a $13.4 billion technology industry employing 53,000 people; and is a nationally recognized cluster of innovation in digital media, agricultural technology, aviation, aerospace, and software design. More than 150 international companies, representing approximately 20 countries, have facilities in Metro Orlando. Orlando is also home to national sports teams, a national-caliber performing arts center, and fine dining and retail. Located in the middle of the Sunshine State, outdoor activities are varied and abundant. The Atlantic Ocean and the Gulf of Mexico are each less than a 2-hour drive. With mild weather, friendly people, and a thriving economy, Orlando is a great place to call home.

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Type: Neurology

Subspecialty: Child Neurology, Clinical Neurophysiology (EEG or EMG), Epilepsy, General Neurology, Headache, Movement Disorders, Multiple Sclerosis/Neuro-Immunology, Neuromuscular, Neuro-oncology, Sleep

Position #: 2671

State: Florida

Characteristics: Access to large metropolitan area, Diverse community, Excellent schools nearby, Near lakes and gorgeous natural areas, Research support available, Well organized and managed practice


Neurology :

Neurointerventional Opportunity with Busy Stroke Center in Upstate New York

A large healthcare system in Upstate NY is recruiting for an additional interventional neurologist to join its division.

Practice Highlights:
- 26 weeks of service/ year
- See ~125 interventional cases and ~200 diagnostic cases per year
- Medical/ Surgical/ Neuro ICU with 14 beds, flexed to meet each service's needs. Separate 16-bed cardio-vascular ICU
- Bi-planar angio, Camino ICP monitoring equipment, CSF drainage equipment, Cadwell vEEG monitoring
- Closed NeuroICU service for support
- Close collaboration with neurosurgery
- Faculty appointment at SUNY Upstate
- APC support
- Competitive compensation package with student loan forgiveness option
- H1-b sponsorship

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Type: Neurology

Subspecialty: Interventional, Endovascular

Position #: 2709

State: New York

Characteristics: Above market compensation package, Excellent schools nearby, Excellent work/life balance, Leadership role available, Mountains nearby, Near lakes and gorgeous natural areas, Student loan repayment available, Low cost of living area


Neurology :

Outpatient Subspecialists and General Neurologists Needed for Academically Affiliated Kansas City Practice!

A large academic program in Kansas City is excited to add outpatient neurology specialists to its growing neuroscience institute including General neurology, Behavioral, Neuromuscular, Multiple Sclerosis, Movement Disorders, Epilepsy, and Headache.

Outpatient Position Highlights:
• Majority subspecialty volume for MS, headache, neuromuscular, behavioral, Epilepsy and headache specialists
• Opportunities to develop MS and headache fellowships
• General neurology position either majority outpatient or inpatient outpatient split
• M-F Schedule with 1:6 weekend community hospital call. 50% of calls are telemedicine and 50% in person with APP support
• Leadership opportunities available
• Clinical Faculty appointment available
• Research is encouraged
• J-1 and H-1B visa support

About Kansas City:
Along every boulevard and around every corner, there’s something to do that’s unique to Kansas City. With a thriving creative arts scene, an eclectic mix of entertainment and die-hard sports—it’s safe to say there’s something for everyone. Sitting on Missouri's western boundary, with Downtown near the confluence of the Kansas and Missouri Rivers, this modern city is the 23rd largest in the US and the largest in MO.

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Type: Neurology

Subspecialty: Clinical Neurophysiology (EEG or EMG), Concussion/Sports, Epilepsy, General Neurology, Headache, Movement Disorders, Multiple Sclerosis/Neuro-Immunology, Neurodegenerative (Alzheimer/Cognitive), Neuromuscular, EMG, EEG

Position #: 2711

State: Missouri

Characteristics: Access to large metropolitan area, Diverse community, Leadership role available, No or low trauma call, Visa support available


Neurology :

Academically affiliated programs in Kansas City Seeks Vascular Neurologists!

A large, academically affiliated program in Kansas City is excited to add stroke physicians to their growing team. Their stroke program is highly regarded and ranked in the top 10 nationally. Physicians will rotate through their comprehensive stroke center and primary stroke center.

Position Highlights:
• Neurohospitalist opportunity with vascular neurology volume
• Schedule is flexible
• APP support
• Stroke Director Opportunity
• Clinical Faculty appointment available
• J-1 and H-1B visa support available
• 6 weeks of PTO and 2 weeks of CME
• Exceptional compensation package
• The program treats twice as many cases as the national average (4x the regional average) but has less bad outcomes than the national average. Their door to needle time is 45 minutes.

About Kansas City:
Along every boulevard and around every corner, there’s something to do that’s unique to Kansas City. With a thriving creative arts scene, an eclectic mix of entertainment and die-hard sports—it’s safe to say there’s something for everyone. Sitting on Missouri's western boundary, with Downtown near the confluence of the Kansas and Missouri Rivers, this modern city is the 23rd largest in the US and the largest in MO.

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Type: Neurology

Subspecialty: Neurohospitalist, Stroke

Position #: 2711

State: Missouri

Characteristics: Access to large metropolitan area, Diverse community, Leadership role available, No or low trauma call, Visa support available


Neurosurgery :

Academic Affiliated Hospital in New York State Seeking Dual Vascular Neurosurgeon

A four hospital health system in New York State is hiring a dual vascular trained neurosurgeon to join their employed neurosurgery group. This is a very well-established neurosurgical practice servicing several counties.

The practice covers and admits two hospitals totaling 500 beds, one of which is a Level 2 trauma center and Primary Stroke Center.

Practice Highlights:
• Walk into immediate volume – 350-400 cases available right away including open and endovascular neurosurgery, general neurosurgery, spine and trauma.
• Join 2 interventional neurologists in the growth of the neurovascular program. Wide breadth of cases including stroke, AVM, aneurysms.
• Q3-4 general call schedule (depending on timing of recruitment) supported by extensive mid-level team; call is highly consultative – on average, neurosurgeons have to come to hospital 2-3 times per week
• Primary catchment area of 300,000+ residents
• Dedicated neuro-ICU team of 2 board certified neurointensivists
• Clinical faculty appointment available at nearby academic medical center
• Collaborative clinical research opportunities
• Highly competitive compensation structure including base salary, wRVU-based productivity bonus, signing bonus and loan repayment
• Dedicated OR day for the neurosurgeons; New physician will start with one block OR day right away and opportunity to get additional days over time
• New Physician will get an assigned PA; Group currently employs 4 PA’s
• State-of-the-art equipment including Stealth Navigation, Bi-Plane, Radiosurgery Unit and currently working towards purchasing Intraoperative Imaging

Located in a picturesque town in New York State, it is home to many companies, several colleges and universities and a host of cultural opportunities including an Orchestra, Opera, museums, parks, hike/bike trails and golf courses and a reasonable drive to Manhattan!

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Type: Neurosurgery

Subspecialty: Endovascular

Position #: 2713

State: New York

Characteristics: Above market compensation package, Research support available, Low cost of living area


Neurosurgery :

Cranial-Focused Neurosurgeon Opportunity with Academic Affiliated Hospital in New York State

A four hospital health system in New York State is hiring a cranial-focused neurosurgeon to join their employed neurosurgery group. This is a very well-established neurosurgical practice servicing several counties. Interests in skull base, neuro-endoscopy, radiosurgery and neurosurgical oncology can all be well-supported.

The practice covers and admits two hospitals totaling 500 beds, one of which is a Level 2 trauma center and Primary Stroke Center.

Practice Highlights:
• Walk into immediate volume – 350-400 cases available right away
• Neuro-onc/Skull base/neuro-endoscopy - Hospital recently hired an ENT surgeon to collaborate on cases. strong cranial volumes including neurosurgical oncology, pituitary tumors, acoustic neuromas, radiosurgery.
• Q3-4 call schedule (depending on timing of recruitment) supported by extensive mid-level team; call is highly consultative – on average, neurosurgeons have to come to hospital 2-3 times per week
• Primary catchment area of 300,000+ residents
• Dedicated neuro-ICU team of 2 board certified neurointensivists
• Clinical faculty appointment available at nearby academic medical center
• Collaborative clinical research opportunities
• Highly competitive compensation structure including base salary, wRVU-based productivity bonus, signing bonus and loan repayment
• Dedicated OR day for the neurosurgeons; New physician will start with one block OR day right away and opportunity to get additional days over time
• New Physician will get an assigned PA; Group currently employs 4 PA’s
• State-of-the-art equipment including Stealth Navigation, Bi-Plane, Radiosurgery Unit and currently working towards purchasing Intraoperative Imaging

Located in a picturesque town in New York State, it is home to many companies, several colleges and universities and a host of cultural opportunities including an Orchestra, Opera, museums, parks, hike/bike trails and golf courses and a reasonable drive to Manhattan!

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Type: Neurosurgery

Subspecialty: Neurosurgical Oncology/Skull Base

Position #: 2713

State: New York

Characteristics: Above market compensation package, Research support available, Low cost of living area


Neurosurgery :

Academic Affiliated Hospital in New York State Seeking Spine-Focused Neurosurgeon

A four hospital health system in New York State is hiring a spine-focused, general neurosurgeon to join their employed neurosurgery group. This is a very well-established neurosurgical practice servicing several counties. A variety of spine cases are available including spine oncology, instrumentation, adult deformity and MIS.

The practice covers and admits two hospitals totaling 500 beds, one of which is a Level 2 trauma center and Primary Stroke Center.

Practice Highlights:
• Walk into immediate volume – 350-400 cases available right away
• Case mix of 80% spine and 25% cranial;
• Q3-4 call schedule (depending on timing of recruitment) supported by extensive mid-level team; call is highly consultative – on average, neurosurgeons have to come to hospital 2-3 times per week
• Primary catchment area of 300,000+ residents
• Dedicated neuro-ICU team of 2 board certified neurointensivists
• Clinical faculty appointment available at nearby academic medical center
• Collaborative clinical research opportunities
• Highly competitive compensation structure including base salary, wRVU-based productivity bonus, signing bonus and loan repayment
• Dedicated OR day for the neurosurgeons; New physician will start with one block OR day right away and opportunity to get additional days over time
• New Physician will get an assigned PA; Group currently employs 4 PA’s
• State-of-the-art equipment including Stealth Navigation, Bi-Plane, Cyber Knife and currently working towards purchasing Intraoperative Imaging

Located in a picturesque town in New York State, it is home to many companies, several colleges and universities and a host of cultural opportunities including an Orchestra, Opera, museums, parks, hike/bike trails and golf courses and a reasonable drive to Manhattan!

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Type: Neurosurgery

Subspecialty: Spine

Position #: 2713

State: New York

Characteristics: Above market compensation package, Research support available, Low cost of living area


Neurology :

Medical Director of Brain and Spine Opportunity in Virginia

A large healthcare system is seeking a Neurologist to lead the Brain and Spine Service Line in Central Virginia. The Brain & Spine service line is one of nine major service lines, critical to providing high value care to the communities of Virginia. The selected candidate will partner with an administrative dyad to Neurosurgery, Neurology and associated subspecialties, as well as the stroke program and neurodiagnostics across the care continuum throughout the organization. We are seeking a purpose-driven leader who inspires and develops teams of caregivers to continually learn, improve and build systems of care for patients with neurological conditions.

You Can Expect
- 50% clinical and 50% administrative
- Responsible for service line's quality of care
- Call dependent upon specialty
- Manages patient outcomes, financial performance, workforce development, and strategic planning

Hospital Highlights:
• Level II Trauma Center
• 12 Bed neuro-ICU
• Neuro step-down unit
• 24/7 code stroke nurse coverage
• 24/7 intensivist, neuroendovascular, and neurosurgery support
• Join team of 7 neurologists, 11 APPs, 7 neurosurgeons, and 2 endovascular radiologists
• State-of-the-art biplane

Physician Benefits
- Competitive salary
- Student loan repayment
- Upfront bonuses
- Malpractice insurance covered
- Health, vision, dental, retirement plan, and excellent ATO
- $7,500 CME + 5 days

The Brain and Spine service line is a growing division that encompasses specialized epilepsy services complete with neurodiagnostics and an epilepsy monitoring unit, stroke and endovascular care, neuromuscular care and a headache center offering advanced therapies for patients suffering from headache and migraine. The department consists of 4 full time neurosurgeons trained in spine, complex spine, and functional neurosurgery along with 7 neurologists, 11 advanced practice providers and 2 neuroendovascular radiologists. Within the neurovascular services, the team offers a full range of clinical capability from endovascular procedures to open cerebrovascular procedures addressing AVMs, aneurysms, and tumors. The vision for the service line is to create a system in which every caregiver is more than a number and every patient is more than a diagnosis.

The system is physician-led and comprised of 500+ physicians and advanced practice providers and serves 250,000 central and southern Virginians. They offer an integrated healthcare system, including 4 hospitals, 60+ physician practices, including primary care, medical and surgical specialists.

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Type: Neurology

Subspecialty: Clinical Neurophysiology (EEG or EMG), Epilepsy, General Neurology, Headache, Movement Disorders, Multiple Sclerosis/Neuro-Immunology, Neurodegenerative (Alzheimer/Cognitive), Neurohospitalist, Neuromuscular, Sleep, Stroke

Position #: 2727

State: Virginia

Characteristics: Above market compensation package, Leadership role available, Near lakes and gorgeous natural areas, Particularly patient focused, Student loan repayment available, Well organized and managed practice


Neurology :

Outpatient Opportunity in Virginia's Blue Ridge Mountains

A large healthcare system in Central Virginia is seeking a neurologist to staff their satellite clinic, about 1 hour from the main campus.

Highlights:
• Flexible schedule – take call (1:4) or be 100% outpatient
• Step into a thriving outpatient practice
• Neuro NP support
• 118 beds, with a catchment area of over 120,000 people
• State-of-the-art technology such as a 64 slice CT-Scanner and a brand new MRN machine
• Well-staffed hospital and supportive administration
• Generous compensation package
• Mentorship readily available
• H1-b and J-1 visas accepted
• Only one hour from both Richmond and Charlottesville

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Type: Neurology

Subspecialty: Clinical Neurophysiology (EEG or EMG), Epilepsy, General Neurology, Headache, Movement Disorders, Multiple Sclerosis/Neuro-Immunology, Neuromuscular, EMG, EEG

Position #: 2727

State: Virginia

Characteristics: Above market compensation package, Leadership role available, Near lakes and gorgeous natural areas, Particularly patient focused, Student loan repayment available, Well organized and managed practice


Neurology :

Outpatient and Leadership Opportunities in Virginia's Blue Ridge Mountains

A large healthcare system in beautiful Central VA is seeking outpatient neurologists.

For the right candidate, there also exists an opportunity for an Associate Medical Director of Neurology.

Practice Highlights:
• Level II Trauma Center
• 12 Bed neuro-ICU
• Neuro step-down unit
• 24/7 code stroke nurse coverage
• 24/7 intensivist, neurointerventional, and neurosurgery support
• Join a team of 7 neurologists, 11 APPs, 7 neurosurgeons, and 2 endovascular radiologists
• State-of-the-art biplane
• Consult-only service supported by inpatient MD/ APP combination

Outpatient Position Highlights:
• Outpatient position with minimal hospital duties
• 15-20 patients per day in clinic
• Generous compensation package
• Research opportunities
• H1-b and J-1 visas accepted

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Type: Neurology

Subspecialty: Clinical Neurophysiology (EEG or EMG), General Neurology, Headache, Movement Disorders, Multiple Sclerosis/Neuro-Immunology, Neuromuscular, EMG, EEG

Position #: 2727

State: Virginia

Characteristics: Above market compensation package, Leadership role available, Near lakes and gorgeous natural areas, Particularly patient focused, Student loan repayment available, Well organized and managed practice


Neurology :

Neurohospitalist and 100% Outpatient Neurology Opportunities in Stunning Montana!

A nonprofit health care organization in Billings, Montana, is seeking a fully outpatient neurologist (no hospital call) to join its dynamic and comprehensive neurology service line. EMG/neuromuscular, EEG/Epilepsy, Movement Disorders, and Headache neurologists could have up to 30% sub-specialty volume to start, in the context of General Neurology. The program would also be excited to welcome a consult-only Stroke Neurologist/Neurohospitalist to join their current Neurohospitalist in a 14-on/14-off schedule.

Hospital Highlights:
• 286-bed hospital
• Primary Stroke Center
• Level II Trauma Center
• Largest tertiary care hospital in Montana
• DBS neurosurgeon on staff
• State-of-the-art technology
• Awarded Truven Health Analytics 100 Top Hospitals honor
• J-1 and H-1b visa support available

Outpatient Highlights:
• 100% outpatient position
• No hospital call, hospital is covered by the neurohospitalist service
• Join 3 other outpatient neurologists in this well-established practice
• Very Flexible patient scheduling
• General neurology opportunity
• Sub-specialty interest in EEG/Epilepsy, EMG/neuromuscular neurology, and movement disorders welcome and well-supported, in context of general neurology
• Research and teaching opportunities available
• Collaborative environment between hospital and clinical team
• Competitive compensation package, base + productivity bonus

Inpatient Highlights:
• 14-on/14-off schedule
• Consult-only Stroke/Neurohospitalist position
• Supported by a very capable 30+ member hospitalist team
• Non-burdensome call during on-weeks, generally in the hospital from 7am-5pm
• Neurologists with or without Stroke fellowship training encouraged to apply
• Bi-place suite currently being built; expected to finish this year
• Research and teaching opportunities available
• Collaborative environment between hospitalists and neurohospitalists
• Competitive compensation package, straight-salary model

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Type: Neurology

Subspecialty: Clinical Neurophysiology (EEG or EMG), Epilepsy, General Neurology, Headache, Movement Disorders, Neurohospitalist, Neuromuscular, Stroke, EMG, EEG

Position #: 2734

State: Montana

Characteristics: Above market compensation package, Attractive schedule options available, Mountains nearby, Near lakes and gorgeous natural areas, No or low trauma call, Particularly patient focused, Student loan repayment available, Visa support available, Well organized and managed practice


Neurology :

Northern California Living -- Hospital System Hiring Neurointensivists for Brand-New Neuro-ICU!

Join a large system in Northern California as they expand their inpatient neurology service line. They are seeking an additional Neurointensivist to join their current team of two, and help grow the program at this strong community hospital in beautiful Northern, CA. The ideal candidate would be excited to be part of building the new Neuro-Critical Care and Pulmonary-Critical Care combined unit, in addition to being comfortable with working in the Medical, Surgical, Cardiovascular, and Trauma units, alongside the current critical care team.

Position Highlights:
-- 10 bed Neuro-Critical Care and Pulmonary-Critical Care combined unit set to open Summer 2023
-- Level II Trauma Center
-- Joint Commission Certified Primary Stroke Center
-- 15-days total per month shift schedule; 5 days spent as nocturnist
-- Biplanar on site
-- Medical Catchment area of over 250,000 people
-- Teleneurology network in place
-- Traditional employment model
-- Generous compensation with signing bonus
-- Annual CME stipend
-- STD/LTD/401K with employer match

With more than 300 sunny days a year, Northern California is a wonderful place for anyone who enjoys the beautiful outdoors! Great hiking and biking trails, fishing, camping, boating and skiing. Raise a family with terrific schools, affordable housing, and friendly neighborhoods. Easy access to Sacramento (2.5 hours) or San Francisco (3.5 hours).

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Type: Neurology

Subspecialty: Neurocritical Care

Position #: 2745

State: California

Characteristics: Above market compensation package, Near lakes and gorgeous natural areas, Low cost of living area


Neurology :

Beautiful Coastal Practice in Search of General Neurologist with Interest in Neuro Muscular Neurology/EEG/EMG

A well-established neurosciences practice on the East Coast of Florida, is excited to welcome a new neurologist with EMG interests to their beautiful neurosciences practice. The practice is growing and the two neurology partners love working together and are looking for a collegial, hard-working neurologist who is excited to be in control of his or her own destiny.

Position Highlights:
• Step into immediate EMG volume
• Well-managed practice
• Collegial, friendly, and collaborative environment
• Non-burdensome call schedule
• Competitive compensation package

Located on the central east coast of Florida, just 45 minutes from all the Orlando attractions (Disney, Universal Studios, SeaWorld). This is a very attractive and family-oriented community that offers beautiful beaches, incredible boating and water sports, cruise lines, and vibrant arts and cultural programs.

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Type: Neurology

Subspecialty: Clinical Neurophysiology (EEG or EMG), General Neurology, Neuromuscular

Position #: 2753

State: Florida

Characteristics: Above market compensation package, Access to large metropolitan area, Beach community, Diverse community, Excellent schools nearby, No or low trauma call, Well organized and managed practice, No/Low state income tax


Neurology :

Outpatient Neurologists Needed for Beautiful South Carolina Medical Center!

A beautiful medical center in South Carolina is hiring additional outpatient neurologists to join its growing neurology practice. Sub-specialty interest in Epilepsy, Multiple Sclerosis, and movement disorders would be especially welcome, but all sub-specialty interests would walk into immediate volume.

The hospital currently has 338 employed physicians and operates 77 outreach locations across the surrounding counties. The hospital administration is known to be extremely friendly and accommodating and has been regarded as the best in the country.

Practice Highlights:
• Strong and well-established internal referral network
• Flexible Scheduling
• No inpatient call
• Nerve conduction studies, Botox, EEG, and EMG available
• Competitive Compensation

With a 2-3-hour drive to the coast, you can easily spend free time on the beautiful beaches of Hilton Head, Charleston, Myrtle Beach or Wrightsville Beach. Enjoy historic sites, museums, galleries, music venues, theaters, and shops. There are plenty of urban and rural areas to live with great neighborhoods and great school systems.

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Type: Neurology

Subspecialty: Clinical Neurophysiology (EEG or EMG), Epilepsy, General Neurology, Headache, Movement Disorders, Multiple Sclerosis/Neuro-Immunology, Neuromuscular, Stroke, EMG, EEG

Position #: 2771

State: South Carolina

Characteristics: Access to large metropolitan area, Attractive schedule options available, Diverse community, Excellent schools nearby, Excellent work/life balance, No or low trauma call, No/Low state income tax


Neurosurgery :

Established Private Practice in Beautiful, Family-Friendly Michigan City Seeking Neurosurgeon

A well-established private practice in the Michigan is recruiting an ABNS BE/BC general neurosurgeon to join the three neurosurgeons currently in the group. The practice is replacing a neurosurgeon that moved for a leadership opportunity and succession planning for a neurosurgeon that plans to retire in the next couple of years. Anticipated volume for year one is 150-200 cases and the case mix will be 80% spine:20% cranial. Mentorship is available for new graduates.

The private practice has the exclusive right to neurosurgery and spine surgery at the local level II trauma center with 424 beds and a Neuro-ICU. The hospital’s neurosurgery suites are fully equipped with the latest in navigational and imaging technology. They have the only Neuro-ICU and the only Neuro-Rehab facility in Southwest Michigan. Their Research Institute is a leader in neuro-related drug research for Parkinson’s disease, stroke and Alzheimer’s and offers the opportunity to do research in a private practice setting. A close relationship between the practice and the hospital has allowed the group to remain competitive and independent.

This Certified Comprehensive Stroke Center is rated a 10 top hospital in Michigan by U.S. News & World Report. It has received Specialty Excellence Awards for the Neurosciences. In addition, it earned 2021 Medical Excellence Awards for being top 100 in the nation for Spinal Fusion and Spinal Surgery as well as being ranked first in the market for patient safety in overall medical care.

Practice Highlights:
• Call is 1:4. Neurosurgeons in the group take first call from the ED during the evenings both weekdays and on weekends however patients are admitted to the ED by the Trauma Service, the Critical Care Service, and Inpatient Services. Neurosurgeons on call can expect to receive 1-4 calls/night and only go in for emergency operations.
• The practice employs 4 PAs and 1 NP. APP’s generally take first call from the Emergency Department and from the floors during the daytime on both weekdays and on weekends. APPs round on the weekends.
• 2 year compensation guarantee; 2 year partnership track
• Ancillary income opportunities
• Equipment includes Airo intraoperative CT scanner with Brainlab Curve Stereotactic equipment
• Block OR time available
• Research opportunities through a medical school and through a major medical technology company which is headquartered in the city.
• Teaching opportunities exist through the medical school. Medical students frequently rotate through the service, at the surgeon’s discretion. There are also opportunities to teach General Surgery, ER, and Orthopedic Surgery residents.

This Michigan city hosts three higher learning institutions, two nationally recognized healthcare systems, diverse and affordable housing, award-winning water and water reclamation systems, and many parks, lakes, and golf courses. They host a unique scholarship program for secondary education for all public school graduates. A wide variety of industries and businesses call Kalamazoo home, including major players in the pharmaceutical, medical science, and craft beer industries. The city also offers an assortment of cultural attractions that you might only expect to find in larger metropolitan areas including music, visual art, dance, and theatre. It is less than an hour away from Lake Michigan! The city is 2.5 hours from Chicago, 2 hours from Detroit and 1.5 hours from Ann Arbor. In 2021, it was ranked as “the coolest place to live with the lowest cost of living” in the entire country, by the online platform PureWow. It is also named among “top college towns” by The American Institute for Economic Research.

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Type: Neurosurgery

Subspecialty: General Neurosurgery

Position #: 2774

State: Michigan

Characteristics: Excellent schools nearby, Near lakes and gorgeous natural areas, Low cost of living area


Neurology :

Opportunity for General Neurologist in Manhattan and NY

A sophisticated, multi-specialty group private practice in NY is currently seeking neurologists to join their practices in Manhattan and north of NYC. This group is the largest independent multi-specialty group in New York State with over 560 providers and 550,000 patients, and they are physician owned and physician managed.

There is ample opportunity for the qualified candidate to quickly establish a busy practice. The system wide team is currently comprised of 12 neurologists and is fully supported with neurology focused nurses and advanced practitioners.

Practice Highlights:
- Physician-centric and physician focused
- Shared EMS with all colleagues for coordinated patient care
- Marketing support for on-boarding announcements/ongoing PR, content, and community opportunities
- Physician lecture series across all specialties for “in-house” CME
- Affiliated with prestigious academic organizations
- Competitive health insurance/benefits

Opportunity Highlights:
- Join current team of 12 neurologists
- Opportunities with no hospital call
- Immediate patient volume

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Type: Neurology

Subspecialty: Clinical Neurophysiology (EEG or EMG), Epilepsy, General Neurology, Headache, Movement Disorders, Multiple Sclerosis/Neuro-Immunology, Neuromuscular, Stroke, Alzheimer's Disease/Dementia, EMG, EEG

Position #: 2788

State: New York

Characteristics: Attractive schedule options available, Mountains nearby, Near lakes and gorgeous natural areas, Well organized and managed practice


Neurology :

Opportunity for Pediatric Neurologist near NYC

A sophisticated, multi-specialty group private practice in NY is currently seeking pediatric neurologists to join their practices north of NYC. This group is the largest independent multi-specialty group in New York State with over 560 providers and 550,000 patients, and they are physician owned and physician managed.

There is ample opportunity for the qualified candidate to quickly establish a busy practice. The system wide team is currently comprised of 12 neurologists and over 50 pediatricians and is fully supported with nurses and advanced practitioners.

Practice Highlights:
- Physician-centric and physician focused
- Shared EMS with all colleagues for coordinated patient care
- Marketing support for on-boarding announcements/ongoing PR, content, and community opportunities
- Physician lecture series across all specialties for “in-house” CME
- Affiliated with prestigious academic organizations
- Competitive health insurance/benefits

Opportunity Highlights:
- Join current team of 12 neurologists
- Subspecialized interests welcome and well-supported
- Immediate patient volume

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Type: Neurology

Subspecialty: Child Neurology, Clinical Neurophysiology (EEG or EMG), General Neurology

Position #: 2788

State: New York

Characteristics: Attractive schedule options available, Mountains nearby, Near lakes and gorgeous natural areas, Well organized and managed practice


Neurology :

Pediatric Neurology Opportunity in Eastern Tennessee!

The Department of Pediatrics at a state university in Tennessee seeks three full-time/ part-time pediatric neurologists to develop the Division of Pediatric Neurology in collaboration with its children's hospital. The goal of the Division will be to offer a comprehensive range of services for the region including inpatient and outpatient care. Support of the NICU, PICU and developing Pediatric Trauma Center will provide a full spectrum of care opportunities.

Hospital Highlights:
• Only children’s hospital in the region
• State-of-the-art medical center
• Part of the Children’s Miracle Network of hospitals
• 10-private-room Pediatric ICU
• 39-bed Level III NICU

Position Highlights:
• 100% pediatric neurology opportunity
• Teaching and research opportunities
• Protected time for research and education
• Ability to read EEG especially welcome
• All sub-specialties welcome in the context of general neurology
• Faculty position available with opportunity for professional development

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Type: Neurology

Subspecialty: Child Neurology

Position #: 2797

State: Tennessee

Characteristics: Access to large metropolitan area, Excellent schools nearby, Visa support available, Well organized and managed practice, Low cost of living area


Neurosurgery :

Hospital Outside of Atlanta Recruiting Two General Neurosurgeons

A large medical center near Atlanta is recruiting a general neurosurgeons to join their growing program. Join a well-regarded group of neurosurgeons ready to help you build a fabulous program with the support of an established hospital, and existing volume on day one. Immediate volume is available and the current neurosurgeons are seeing over 400 cases each with a practice of approximately 80% spine. The hospital has committed to growing the oncology program so it is possible to develop a practice with a higher cranial volume. The medical center has assembled an outstanding team of sub-specialists ready to support your practice and provide referrals. Approximately 20% of cases are being migrated out. A new neurosurgeon would greatly help to provide more availability and allow more referrals to the practice from internal clinic providers as well as internal primary care physicians.

The medical center is a Level II Trauma Center with an exceptional trauma team that is available at all times. Trauma call will be 1:7 and shared with the current experienced PAs. Trauma cases are mostly admitted by the hospital- based trauma surgeons and neurosurgical services are consulted as needed.

Hospital Highlights:
• Abundant technological resources in the OR: 4 MR units (1.5 Tesla magnets), 6 CT units,
Stealth Image Guided Navigation Equipment, O-Arm, multiple C-Arm units
• 350-bed healthcare system serving 5-county service area. A 17-county secondary service area is served as well
• No pediatric coverage other than to stabilize and transfer
• Teaching hospital for local medical college
• Highly supportive team of physicians
• Call split evenly between entire team; 1:7 trauma schedule
• Current neurosurgeons averaging over 400 cases per year and opportunity to capture outmigration
• Block OR time

This is a medium-sized community that truly provides the best of both worlds. It is small enough to have a true sense of community, but large enough to offer a wide variety of activities. The city is located near Atlanta, which provides additional venues for cultural activities, shopping, dining, and access to an international airport. The area is also in an excellent geographical setting: the city is about a 4-hour drive to the coast and a 2-hour drive to the Blue Ridge Mountains. The climate is ideal for year-round outdoor activities.

The area’s public schools are annually ranked among the best in the state and the private schools are regionally ranked.

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Type: Neurosurgery

Subspecialty: General Neurosurgery

Position #: 2819

State: Georgia

Characteristics: Excellent schools nearby, Tort reform state


Neurology :

Neurology Opportunity in Western Georgia

The regional hospital group of a large healthcare system is recruiting two neurologists to its medical group in Columbus, Georgia. The group is excited to welcome both general and subspecialized neurologists, for dedicated inpatient / neurohospitalist, outpatient and inpatient/outpatient split positions. They would welcome new graduates and those with more experience.

Hospital Highlights:
• Midtown Campus is a 583-bed hospital
• Northside Campus is a 100-bed hospital nationally recognized for delivering outstanding clinical quality and the highest levels of customer service
• 24-hour emergency services plus all major medical, surgical, and diagnostic care
• Children’s Hospital, which includes a pediatric intensive care unit (PICU)
• Neuroscience center for spine and stroke care
• State-of-the-art sleep lab
• Get with the Guidelines Gold Plus Target Stroke Elite Plus Hospital
• EEG monitoring

Position Highlights:
• Dedicated outpatient, inpatient / neurohospitalist and inpatient/outpatient split schedules available
• Most sub-specialties welcome and well-supported, in the context of general neurology
• Sub-specialists could see up to 50% in sub-specialty
• Leadership opportunity
• 1:6 call
• Teaching available with family medicine residents and students from local universities
• Significant clinical research available through regional research Institute
• H-1B and J-1 visa waiver support available
• Highly competitive base salary plus incentive bonus, sign-on bonus, relocation assistance, and marketing.

About Columbus, GA:
Columbus, Georgia, located in the western part of the state, is home to the longest urban whitewater course in the world. You can enjoy a lazy river ride in the morning and a wild adventure with class V rapids in the afternoon. Adrenalin junkies can take a high adventure on the zip line that crosses the Chattahoochee River from Georgia to Alabama and back again. Visit the National Infantry Museum and experience 200+ years of history of the U.S. Infantry. Fly to the moon at the Coca-Cola Space Science Center or study distant planets at the Omnisphere Planetarium. Explore your creative side with Columbus’s thriving arts scene including, Springer Opera House, the State Theatre of Georgia, Columbus Museum, one of the largest museums in the southeast that brings American art and regional history to life, and RiverCenter for the Performing Arts, the centerpiece of the city's new arts and entertainment district. Columbus is home to some of the best public and private schools in the state and has a very attractive cost-of-living. When you're hungry, no other destination offers more authentic, eclectic southern cuisine! Columbus, Georgia offers all the amenities of a large metropolitan city while maintaining a small-town feel.

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Type: Neurology

Subspecialty: Clinical Neurophysiology (EEG or EMG), Headache, Movement Disorders, Multiple Sclerosis/Neuro-Immunology, Neurohospitalist, Neuromuscular, Pain, Sleep, Stroke, EMG

Position #: 2830

State: Georgia

Characteristics: Access to large metropolitan area, Diverse community, Well organized and managed practice


Neurology :

Entirely outpatient opportunities in Eastern Pennsylvania - York and Lebanon

A large healthcare system in Southeastern Pennsylvania has growing teams at their clinics in York and Lebanon. The new neurologists will be stationed at just one site. This is an exciting opportunity to be part of a growing system with a flexible and supportive administration.

Highlights:
• Entirely outpatient
• Option for a four day work week
• Non-burdensome patient call, with answering service taking first call
• If you wish to have inpatient responsibilities, there is the opportunity to have some hospital coverage, but it is not required
• Value quality patient care over quantity – flexible with patient scheduling
• Walk into office, medical assistant, and nursing support and a huge demand in the area
• The system has a shared governance with the physicians – have your input heard and valued
• Competitive compensation and bonuses, 5 weeks of vacation time, and option for student loan forgiveness
• Subspecialty interests supported
• System utilizes DAX – Dragon Ambient eXperience and EPIC

Lebanon:
Situated between Harrisburg and Philadelphia, Lebanon allows for easy access to major East Coast cities, while allowing for a higher quality of life and affordability. There is also the ability to live in neighboring Lancaster, PA, which has a high livability score due to excellent schools and housing. Lancaster offers idyllic farms, suburban neighborhoods, and an hour’s drive into downtown Philadelphia.

York:
Conveniently situated within a short drive of major cities like Philadelphia, Baltimore and Washington, D.C., the service area is made up of a diverse mix of welcoming communities that you will love to call home. South Central Pennsylvania offers an idyllic blend of unique cities and towns including Lancaster, York, Gettysburg, Lebanon, Chambersburg and Waynesboro.

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Type: Neurology

Subspecialty: Clinical Neurophysiology (EEG or EMG), General Neurology, EMG, EEG

Position #: 2861

State: Pennsylvania

Characteristics: Above market compensation package, Attractive schedule options available, Excellent work/life balance, Mountains nearby, Particularly patient focused, Student loan repayment available, Well organized and managed practice, Low cost of living area


Neurosurgery :

General Neurosurgeon Needed for Premiere Private Practice in Southern CA!

A premier neurosurgery practice in Southern California is seeking a BE/BC general neurosurgeon to join their well-established group. This is a terrific opportunity to be a part of a collegial, ethical and truly cohesive team proud of their conservative approach and patient focused culture.

Interests in spine including deformity can be cultivated here. There is also an opportunity to do clinical research.

The group admits to four hospitals, all of which are less than 20 miles from the main office.

Practice Highlights:
•Case mix is currently 65% spine/35% cranial;
•Q5 trauma call and Q3 non-trauma call
•Anticipated case volume of 150 cases in year one;
•Two year partnership track with no buy-in

Immediate volume is available due to growth of the practice, and a partner that has decided to retire. The partners would be delighted to mentor a new grad or to welcome an experienced candidate!

Located an hour outside of Los Angeles, this city offers great diversity, beautiful mountain views and extraordinary turn-of-the-century architecture. World-class art galleries, restaurants, shopping, entertainment and recreational activities are all available here. The city’s convenient location, dry sunny climate, and easy access to Southern California’s other famous attractions, make this area an amazing place to call home!

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Type: Neurosurgery

Subspecialty: General Neurosurgery

Position #: 2870

State: California

Characteristics: Access to large metropolitan area, Diverse community, Particularly patient focused, Well organized and managed practice


Neurosurgery :

Community Hospital with Academic Affiliation in PA Seeking General Neurosurgeon!

A well-established community hospital, affiliated with a terrific academic institution in Central PA is seeking a general neurosurgeon to join as the Director of Neurosurgery. This is a great opportunity to walk into a very busy practice. The new Director can expect volumes of approximately 250 cases in the first year, and will have opportunities to build, develop, and lead the program. The new Director of Neurosurgery will have the opportunity to practice a wide variety of neurosurgical cases including spine, general cranial and trauma.

Area Highlights:
City offers a low cost of living, ski slopes, and colleges and was named a Best Place to Raise Kids by Bloomberg Business Week. Residents enjoy a perfect blend of authentic historical attractions, unbounded outdoor recreation, unique social and cultural events, magnificent performing arts and natural scenic splendor. Shopping in county offers a large variety of beautiful, modern malls, special interest stores, factory outlets, antique shops, craft fairs and summer outdoor markets.

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Type: Neurosurgery

Subspecialty: General Neurosurgery

Position #: 2882

State: Pennsylvania

Characteristics: Mountains nearby, Near lakes and gorgeous natural areas, Low cost of living area


Neurosurgery :

Academic Pediatric Hospital Seeking Pediatric Neurosurgeon

A well-regarded academic medical center and its pediatric hospital are seeking a pediatric neurosurgeon to complete a three-neurosurgeon academic division of pediatric neurosurgery. Candidates with brain tumor interests should have endoscopy experience and have worked in a multi disciplinary team. A strong interest in academic pediatric neurosurgery is required with protected research time available. Involvement in organized neurosurgery on a national level and an aspirational interest in becoming a leader in his/her subspeciality niche will be especially supported. Candidates must be ABPNS Board Eligible.

The University plans to make significant investment in pediatric neurosurgery both in infrastructure and in research resources, and the new pediatric neurosurgeon will assist the program in its pursuit to become a regionally recognized center of excellence for neurosurgery within a nationally recognized center for neuroscience.

The University is the only public academic health sciences center in the state, while also offering six colleges, two institutes and a graduate studies program. They serve nearly 4,000 students in more than two dozen programs. Their Physician Assistant, Primary Care and Physical Therapy, and their Pharmacy and Public Health programs are highly rated by the U.S. News & World Report. The University offers the only National Cancer Institute-designated cancer center in the state, which includes a 10-story, 98-laboratory research tower; and an eight-story, 108-bed inpatient treatment center, as well as multidisciplinary outpatient center.

The pediatric hospital, a 145-bed nonprofit organization that is Magnet Certified, is home to the state's only Level IV regional Newborn Intensive Care Unit and the state’s only Level II Pediatric Trauma Center. It has 50+ Specialty Clinics, 200+ Specialists, 14 Satellite Offices, and multiple Pediatric Fellowship programs. The pediatric hospital is recognized as a 2018-19 Best Children’s Hospital by U.S. News & World Report in five pediatric specialties, which are Cardiology and Heart Surgery, Pulmonology, Gastroenterology & GI Surgery, Orthopedics, and Diabetes & Endocrine Disorders. Their plans to expand include an additional 100+ beds to the existing 145, expansion to the Newborn Intensive Care Unit, Fetal Care Center and Fetal Surgery, Infant MRI, full urology support with new urodynamic suite, Pediatric Intensive Care Unit, Cardiac Center including dedicated intensive care, Short-Stay Observation Unit, Emergency Department, and new operating rooms, one which will have intraoperative MRI and navigational system. They plan to house a fetal surgery unit and to have one of the first neonatal ICU MRI’s in the country.

The pediatric hospital has a strong research infrastructure developing for pediatric brain tumors, and the region is characterized by one of the highest incidents of pediatric brain tumors in the US. The pediatric hospital hosts an active oncological epidemiology program. Additional areas of institutional research strength include molecular genetics, population health, cardiac disorders, infectious disease, and numerous rare diseases.

There will be ample opportunities, such as to build across the breadth and depth of pediatric neurosurgery, there is strong support available for pediatric brain tumor practices due to regional pediatric brain tumor prevalence and research faculty recruitments. There are multiple neurologists on staff including a neuro-oncologist. A second neuro-oncologist is being hired.

There is a very well-established pediatric orthopedics program that they focus on further growing with future interests in developing several subspecialty interdisciplinary programs including craniofacial surgery, vascular, trauma, brain tumors, hydrocephalus, spinal cord injuries, and fetal surgery.

Pediatric neurosurgeons performed 300 cases during the 2020 calendar year and continues to grow. Market potential is estimated to be approximately 575 cases per year. The Marketing and Physicians Relationship Department will work to establish and strengthen existing referral patterns as well as new opportunities outside the immediate referral center. There is no other children’s hospital within a 250-mile range, so the entire area has approximately 2 million children under the age of 18 as a referral base. Equal call burden sharing would occur between all neurosurgeons with no adult neurosurgical coverage required. Emergency room calls are about 2-3 consults received per day and all consults will go to the resident prior to attendings being called. Co-management service is arranged for all non-consultation calls overnight with 24/7 coverage through the university’s neurosurgical residency program.

The city was ranked #25 in the 100 “Best Places to Live” by U.S. News & World Report in 2018 while also rated the No. 1 city for college graduates to start their careers in by Ziprecruiter in 2018. They recently broke ground on the first phase of a nearly $300 million, massive riverfront revitalization project that will revitalize city parks, add new apartments, restaurants, retailers, trails, an urban beach, an ice-skating ribbon, various children’s play areas and more. The city already offers excellent restaurants and is known internationally for its premiere steakhouses and is known for its startup culture due to being the home to several Fortune 500 companies. Cultural activities in the area are diverse including arts, theaters, museums and sports. Public education is excellent in this area while both religious and non-religious schools are available, as well as multiple private schools. The city has eleven colleges and universities. While the city is great for singles, it is amazing for families as it consistently rates amongst the best places to raise a family and offers a children's museum, zoo and aquarium. Cost of living is very reasonable in many wonderful neighborhoods. Residents enjoy the benefits of living in an easy to navigate smaller city with the rich amenities usually found in larger metropolitan areas. They love having ample venues for entertainment including a variety of performance venues, museums, and musical heritage. Residents also enjoy a number of historic and ethnic festivals to celebrate the cities Native Americans, German influences and railroad heritage, as well as several arts festivals and outdoor concerts.

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Type: Neurosurgery

Subspecialty: Pediatric Neurosurgery

Position #: 2885

State: Nebraska

Characteristics: Excellent schools nearby, Research support available, Teaching encouraged, Low cost of living area


Neurology :

Northern Florida Practice with Epilepsy, Movement Disorders, and General Neurology Needs

A well-regarded neuroscience program in Tallahassee, Florida is hiring outpatient neurologists to join its practice. General Neurologists and Neurologists with subspecialty training in Epilepsy and Movement Disorders would be extremely well-supported. There is a growing need due to physician retirement.

Hospital Highlights:
• 722 beds, grown to over 800
• Level II Trauma Center
• Joint Commission accredited Primary Stroke Center
• AHCA Comprehensive Stroke Center
• Regional Referral center serving more than 17 counties
• Private, Not-For-Profit Hospital
• New ICU Surgical tower
• 2 new bi-planes
• New CT Scanner

Position Highlights:
• Incredibly high demand for trained epileptologist to partner with current epileptologist at the practice
• Monday-Friday 8-5 schedule
• Research opportunities available
• Zero Call
• Hospitalist group covers inpatient responsibilities
• In-House epilepsy surgeon on staff

Tallahassee, Florida
Tallahassee, Florida offers a distinct culture and community with access to some of the world's greatest beaches. The capital city, Tallahassee is a hub of political activity and home to universities, research institutes and some of Florida's most pristine nature. Often described as "The Other Florida" with its deep-rooted history, rolling hills, mild climate, southern-style hospitality and canopy roads of moss-draped oaks. Tallahassee is a medium-sized city with a vibrant academic and artistic community, complemented by old-fashioned charm. Tallahassee is located in the central northwest panhandle region of Florida, 30 minutes north of the Gulf of Mexico and 30 minutes south of Thomasville Georgia. This region marks the center of the eight-county “Big-Bend” area. Tallahassee is a great place to live and a better place to practice!

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Type: Neurology

Subspecialty: Epilepsy, General Neurology, Movement Disorders

Position #: 2895

State: Florida

Characteristics: Above market compensation package, Access to large metropolitan area, Attractive schedule options available, Diverse community, Excellent schools nearby, Excellent work/life balance, Teaching encouraged, Visa support available


Neurosurgery :

Health System in Michigan Hiring Spine Focused Neurosurgeon

A health system in Michigan is recruiting a spine focused general neurosurgeon. Interests in robotics and minimally invasive neurosurgery are preferred. The new neurosurgeon can expect 250 cases to start. The neurosurgeon will join 3 neurosurgeons, 1 that is employed by the health system and 2 private practitioners. The health system holds an approximate 43% inpatient market share in the city (900 case opportunity), and they have captured less than half of the outpatient case volume. In the northern regions, they currently hold around a 30% market share so there is excellent opportunity for growth in all areas.

Serving roughly 938,000 residents in 23 counties, this health system is a 2021 MIPEx Award winner and academically affiliated. The health system was named Top Best Hospitals in Michigan in U.S. News & World Report in 2018 and 2019, the only hospital in the Great Lakes Bay Region.

Position Highlights:
• Call is 1:3, mostly consultative
• Case mix is 80% spine: 20% cranial
• PA and NPs provide weekday coverage; Transitioning schedule to accommodate increase in provider support on weekends. An APP will be hired for the new neurosurgeon.
• Excellent opportunity for growth in inpatient and outpatient cases
• Teaching opportunities available for medical students and family medicine residents
• Intraoperative neuromonitoring available: O-Arm, C-Arm, Stealth, Bi-Plane
• Block OR time available
• Competitive compensation offering

An additional general neurosurgery position at two satellite locations.

This city in Northeast Michigan offers the amenities of life in a major metropolitan area with the charm and safety of a mid-sized community. With a population of approximately 42,000 residents, there is vibrant downtown district, numerous shopping and dining options, a thriving local business community, and scores of outdoor recreation & entertainment options. There are also fantastic schools.

Northeastern Michigan is a paradise for outdoor enthusiasts who will be able to take advantage of over 3000 acres of parkland and nearby Lake Huron. The area also has many cultural opportunities in fields ranging from music and theater to science and the arts.

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Type: Neurosurgery

Subspecialty: General Neurosurgery, Spine

Position #: 2911

State: Michigan

Characteristics: Excellent schools nearby


Neurosurgery :

Health System in Michigan Hiring Dual Vascular Neurosurgeon

A health system in Michigan is recruiting a dual vascular neurosurgeon for their level II trauma center with 324 beds. The neurosurgeon will partner with an interventional radiologist. The new neurosurgeon can expect 250 cases to start. The health system holds an approximate 43% inpatient market share in the city (900 case opportunity) and they have captured less than half of the outpatient case volume. In the northern regions, they currently hold around a 30% market share so there is excellent opportunity for growth in all areas.

Serving roughly 938,000 residents in 23 counties, this health system is a 2021 MIPEx Award winner and academically affiliated. The health system was named Top Best Hospitals in Michigan in U.S. News & World Report in 2018 and 2019, the only hospital in the Great Lakes Bay Region.

Position Highlights:
• Vascular call is 1:2
• 250 cases to start to start
• Case mix 75% dual vascular: 25% general neurosurgery
• PA and NPs provide weekday coverage; Transitioning schedule to accommodate increase in provider support on weekends. An APP will be hired for the new neurosurgeon.
• Teaching opportunities available for medical students and family medicine residents
• Equipment includes intraoperative neuromonitoring, O-Arm, C-Arm, Stealth Navigation, Bi-Plane
• Block OR time available
• Competitive compensation

This city in Northeast Michigan offers the amenities of life in a major metropolitan area with the charm and safety of a mid-sized community. With a population of approximately 42,000 residents, there is vibrant downtown district, numerous shopping and dining options, a thriving local business community, and scores of outdoor recreation & entertainment options. There are also fantastic schools.

Northeastern Michigan is a paradise for outdoor enthusiasts who will be able to take advantage of over 3000 acres of parkland and nearby Lake Huron. The area also has many cultural opportunities in fields ranging from music and theater to science and the arts.

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Type: Neurosurgery

Subspecialty: Endovascular

Position #: 2911

State: Michigan

Characteristics: Excellent schools nearby


Neurology :

100% Outpatient Neuromuscular Opportunity in Las Vegas

A leading neurology specialty clinic in Las Vegas, Nevada is seeking a neuromuscular disease sub-specialist to replace a neurologist who will be retiring.

This practice has a 8,000+ square foot facility offering comprehensive neurological care. It utilizes a team of board-certified neurologists, a certified multiple sclerosis advanced practicing registered nurse, board certified physician assistants, board certified neurodiagnostic technologists, and trained EEG and NCV technologists. The highly trained team makes CNS one of the leading outpatient neurology practices in Southern Nevada.

Opportunity Highlights:
• 100% outpatient position
• No Call
• In addition to EMGs, must be able to read routine and ambulatory EEGs
• Step into immediate volume
• Co-Directorship potential for experienced candidates
• #1 Neurology group in Nevada for volume
• Fully staffed and fully equipped AAMEM accredited lab
• Ancillary income potential
• Very competitive compensation and benefits package

Las Vegas:
Known as the Oasis in the Desert, Las Vegas is the most populous city in Nevada. Nestled in the Sierra Nevada mountain range, Las Vegas has an arid climate that is surrounded by fascinating desert vegetation and wildlife. For those who prefer to stay indoors, one can make a quick trip to the Vegas Strip to gamble in its numerous casinos or to catch a show by performers such as Celine Dion, Lionel Richie, or Diana Ross, just to name a few. With all these attractions, it’s no wonder that Las Vegas is one of the top destinations in the United States for meetings and conventions. Las Vegas boasts the fifth most populous school district in the nation with students totaling up to 314,653 in grades K-12. Additionally, nine nationally ranked universities are located in Las Vegas, including: University of Nevada School of Medicine and Touro University. Las Vegas has something to offer everyone and is a wonderful place to call home!

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Type: Neurology

Subspecialty: Clinical Neurophysiology (EEG or EMG), Neuromuscular

Position #: 2919

State: Nevada

Characteristics: Above market compensation package, Access to large metropolitan area, Attractive schedule options available, Leadership role available, No or low trauma call


Neurology :

Director of Neurocritical Care and Director of Vascular Neurology Opportunity in South Florida

A standalone neuroscience institute located in beautiful Boca Raton, Florida, is recruiting inpatient and outpatient neurologists to join its rapidly expanding program. The institute is closely affiliated with a nearby university. The neuroscience institute Director and Chair have built the practice in such a way that the neurology team is embedded into the community and is an extremely collaborative, collegial team.

The neuroscience institute is actively looking for a Director of Neurocritical Care to join their sophisticated team. This is an excellent opportunity to help build upon an existing neurology program and grow the neurosciences service line with the vision to become the highest quality program in South Florida. They are also recruiting a vascular-trained neurologist to serve as its System Stroke Medical Director.

Medical Center Highlights:
• Neurology Residency Program
• Research Opportunities are available and well supported
• Clinical Trials are available
• Faculty appointments with the nearby university
• Competitive Compensation
• APP Support available
• Brand new research lab with state-of-the-art technology
• 2 procedure rooms with C arms

Director Highlights:
• 7-on/7-off schedule
• 20-bed neuro-ICU (8 active beds with 12 beds in step-down that can be converted)
• 4 bed EMU and Long Term Monitoring
• State of the Art Bi-Plane Suite
• Telemedicine is available to alleviate acute stroke call

Boca Raton, Florida, the second-largest city in the Palm Beaches, is a vibrant city full of art and culture. Live concerts, international art exhibits, outdoor festivals, and world-class museums are just the beginning of Boca Raton's dynamic cultural scene. With over 5 miles of coastline, 46 parks, and 1650 acres of recreational space, Boca Raton is a perfect location for active families and individuals looking to enjoy the coastal outdoors. Boca Raton has three nationally ranked universities, A-rated public and private K-12 schools, and over 30 corporate headquarters rounding out the culture with business and education opportunities for family members. Recognized as one of the safest cities in the U.S. and having one of the lowest property taxes for a full-service city in Florida, Boca Raton offers an unparalleled quality of life for its residents.

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Type: Neurology

Subspecialty: Neurocritical Care, Stroke

Position #: 2928

State: Florida

Characteristics: Access to large metropolitan area, Attractive schedule options available, Beach community, Diverse community, Excellent schools nearby, Research support available, Well organized and managed practice, No/Low state income tax


Neurology :

Southern Florida Neuroscience Center is seeking Outpatient Neurologists

A standalone neuroscience institute located in beautiful Boca Raton, Florida, is recruiting outpatient neurologists to join its rapidly expanding program. The institute is closely affiliated with a nearby university. The neuroscience institute Director and Chair have built the practice in such a way that the neurology team is embedded into the community and is an extremely collaborative, collegial team.

The program is very eager to welcome outpatient neurologists with training in EEG/EMG, MS, movement disorders, and sleep to see over 50% volume, and for cognitive specialists to immediately see 100% specialty volume.

Medical Center Highlights:
• Neurology Residency Program
• Research Opportunities are available and well supported
• Clinical Trials are available
• Faculty appointments with the nearby university
• Competitive Compensation
• APP Support available
• Brand new research lab with state-of-the-art technology
• 2 procedure rooms with C arms

Outpatient Opportunity Highlights:
• Support to build any outpatient subspecialty in the context of general neurology
• Opportunity for 100% Cognitive Neurology volume
• Opportunity to build to >50% subspecialty volume in EEG/EMG, MS, Movement Disorders, & Sleep
• 2-bed Epilepsy Monitoring Unit and Long Term Monitoring (in process of expanding to 4 beds)
• DBS neurosurgeon available
• Optional clinic time when on call to build RVU bonuses
• Flexible scheduling in the clinic with one day per week dedicated to the administrative time
• Telemedicine is available to alleviate acute stroke call

Boca Raton, Florida, the second-largest city in the Palm Beaches, is a vibrant city full of art and culture. Live concerts, international art exhibits, outdoor festivals, and world-class museums are just the beginning of Boca Raton's dynamic cultural scene. With over 5 miles of coastline, 46 parks, and 1650 acres of recreational space, Boca Raton is a perfect location for active families and individuals looking to enjoy the coastal outdoors. Boca Raton has three nationally ranked universities, A-rated public and private K-12 schools, and over 30 corporate headquarters rounding out the culture with business and education opportunities for family members. Recognized as one of the safest cities in the U.S. and having one of the lowest property taxes for a full-service city in Florida, Boca Raton offers an unparalleled quality of life for its residents.

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Type: Neurology

Subspecialty: Clinical Neurophysiology (EEG or EMG), Epilepsy, General Neurology, Headache, Movement Disorders, Multiple Sclerosis/Neuro-Immunology, Neuromuscular, Sleep, Alzheimer's Disease/Dementia, EMG, EEG

Position #: 2928

State: Florida

Characteristics: Access to large metropolitan area, Attractive schedule options available, Beach community, Diverse community, Excellent schools nearby, Research support available, Well organized and managed practice, No/Low state income tax


Neurosurgery :

Academic Medical Center in the Mid-Atlantic Region Seeking Dual Vascular Trained Neurosurgeons to Join It's Affiliated Hospital

Academic-affiliated hospital in the Mid-Atlantic seeking a dual vascular trained neurosurgeon to join its established, growing neuroscience program.

Desired Candidate:
• American BE/BC in Neurosurgery
• Fellowship training in neurovascular required
• Committed to providing high-quality, compassionate care to patients
• Team-oriented with ability to provide personalized patient care and demonstrate clinical outcomes

Practice Highlights:
*Practice along with a very collaborative team of neurosurgeons at the Neurosurgery and Neurosciences Institute
*Vascular neurosurgeons will provide comprehensive care in a complete stroke program situated within a well-established, elective practice
*Bi-plane angiosuite currently built in 2020
*Vascular call schedule to be shared with an interventional neurologist and vascular neurosurgeon - Q3 call schedule
*Benefit from the most up-to-date practices and technologies including advanced diagnostic procedures, minimally invasive brain and spine surgery, and radiosurgery for brain and spinal tumors
*Neurosurgery group works with advanced care providers that promotes surgeon efficiency
*The hospital is part of a Health System where there is a combination of community medicine and yet academic resources, research and technology are close at hand
*Participate in general neurosurgery call (1:5 with new surgeon)
*Provide education to community and referral sources, as requested
*Enjoy the benefits of being employed: competitive compensation with production bonus and an extensive benefits package
*Competitive base salary plus incentive bonus

Area Highlights:
The city offers proximity to rich amenities while providing a suburban feel. Residents enjoy a historic downtown, an abundance of shopping and dining, a farmers market, and highly-rated public schools. The area offers one of the country's most affordable housing markets and a cost of living below the national average, providing excellent quality of life and opportunities for families. Big-city weekend getaways are close by; New York City, Philadelphia, Baltimore and D.C. are a few hours away by car.

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Type: Neurosurgery

Subspecialty: Endovascular

Position #: 2931

State: Pennsylvania

Characteristics: Access to large metropolitan area, Leadership role available, Low cost of living area


Neurosurgery :

Academic-affiliated hospital in Mid-Atlantic seeking general neurosurgeon

Academic-affiliated hospital in the Mid-Atlantic seeking a general neurosurgeon to join its established, growing neuroscience program.

Desired Candidate:
• American BE/BC in Neurosurgery
• Variety of subspecialty interests can be supported in the context of a general neurosurgery position
• Committed to providing high-quality, compassionate care to patients
• Team-oriented with ability to provide personalized patient care and demonstrate clinical outcomes

Practice Highlights:
*Practice along with a very collaborative team of neurosurgeons at the Neurosurgery and Neurosciences Institute
*Benefit from the most up-to-date practices and technologies including advanced diagnostic procedures, minimally invasive brain and spine surgery, and radiosurgery for brain and spinal tumors
*Neurosurgery group works with advanced care providers that promotes surgeon efficiency
*The hospital is part of a Health System where there is a combination of community medicine and yet academic resources, research and technology are close at hand
*Participate in general neurosurgery call (1:5 with new surgeon)
*Provide education to community and referral sources, as requested
*Enjoy the benefits of being employed: competitive compensation with production bonus and an extensive benefits package
*Competitive base salary plus incentive bonus

Area Highlights:
The city offers proximity to rich amenities while providing a suburban feel. Residents enjoy a historic downtown, an abundance of shopping and dining, a farmers market, and highly-rated public schools. The area offers one of the country's most affordable housing markets and a cost of living below the national average, providing excellent quality of life and opportunities for families. Big-city weekend getaways are close by; New York City, Philadelphia, Baltimore and D.C. are a few hours away by car.

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Type: Neurosurgery

Subspecialty: General Neurosurgery

Position #: 2931

State: Pennsylvania

Characteristics: Access to large metropolitan area, Leadership role available, Low cost of living area


Neurology :

General Neurology Opportunity in Beautiful Community in Northwest Ohio

A well-known health system in northwest Ohio is seeking two general neurologists to join its growing neurology department. This health system is the first Ohio-based health care facility to become a member of the Mayo Clinic Care Network, a group of carefully vetted, independent health care systems that have special access to Mayo Clinic's knowledge and expertise.

Hospital and Position Highlights:
• Level III Trauma center
• Robotics Center of Excellence
• Non-burdensome 1:3 call
• Subspecialty interests welcome in the context of general neurology
• Very collegial group
• Strong APP and NP support
• APP’s assist with call
• Competitive Compensation (Above MGMA Median)

Named as the “top Micropolitan community in the United States,” this city offers the benefits of both large city and community living. The downtown area is a blend of beautiful, historic structures bustling with retail shops, restaurants, activities, and businesses. The area offers year-round recreation and cultural activities, unique cuisine and a wide range of attractions.

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Type: Neurology

Subspecialty: Clinical Neurophysiology (EEG or EMG), Epilepsy, General Neurology, Headache, Movement Disorders, Multiple Sclerosis/Neuro-Immunology, Pain, Sleep, Alzheimer's Disease/Dementia, EMG, EEG

Position #: 2938

State: Ohio

Characteristics: Above market compensation package, Access to large metropolitan area, Excellent schools nearby, Excellent work/life balance, Low cost of living area


Neurology :

Academic movement disorders opportunity in Virginia

A growing academic medical center nestled in the beautiful Blue Ridge Mountains of Virginia is seeking a movement disorders subspecialist.

Hospital Highlights:
- A catchment area of nearly 1 million
- Home to medical college and Research Institute
- Faculty appointment
- A neurology residency program, with 3 residents per year
- An active clinical research program
- 700-bed Level Trauma Center and Primary Stroke Center

Position highlights:
- Expected volume to be 80-90% Movement Disorders
- Doing DBS surgeries
- Flexible scheduling – be entirely outpatient or have the option to take some inpatient service
- Opportunity for protected research time

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Type: Neurology

Subspecialty: Movement Disorders

Position #: 2943

State: Virginia

Characteristics: Above market compensation package, Attractive schedule options available, Excellent work/life balance, Mountains nearby, Near lakes and gorgeous natural areas, No or low trauma call, Particularly patient focused, Research support available, Teaching encouraged, Low cost of living area


Neurology :

Neurohospitalists Needed at Academically-Affiliated Southeastern Pennsylvania Hospital

A well-regarded hospital affiliated with a nationally-renowned academic program in Lancaster, Pennsylvania is seeking inpatient-focused neurologists to help staff their growing Neuroscience Institute. Neurologists who are comfortable with reading routine EEGs would also be a great asset to the program.

The team currently consists of General Neurologists, EMG fellowship-trained Neurologists, Headache fellowship-trained Neurologists, a Movement Disorder fellowship-trained Neurologist, an MS fellowship-trained Neurologist, and Vascular/Stroke fellowship-trained Neurologists.

Opportunity Highlights:
• 100% Neurohospitalist positions available
• Tele-stroke - 1:12 call. After a night of being on call, physicians have the next day off.
• 7-on/7-off schedule available
• 1:9 shared general call for neurohospitalists, no stroke call
• APP support
• Competitive salary and benefits package, including sign-on bonus

Lancaster, Pennsylvania:
Pennsylvania’s eighth-largest city is a prosperous community with excellent shopping and entertainment facilities. Just a short drive away from Philadelphia and Baltimore, Lancaster offers the convenience of big city life within the comfort of a mid-sized community. Lancaster boasts excellent private and public schools, and a beautiful and lively downtown set within an exciting expanse of woodlands and mountains.

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Type: Neurology

Subspecialty: Neurohospitalist, EEG

Position #: 2970

State: Pennsylvania

Characteristics: Access to large metropolitan area, Attractive schedule options available, No or low trauma call, Research support available, Low cost of living area


Neurosurgery :

Scoliosis Specialist Needed In Desirable Mid-Atlantic Metro Area!

A well-regarded hospital system in the Mid-Atlantic region seeks a scoliosis specialist to join the neurosurgery faculty at their main campus.

This is a privademic position offering the opportunity to participate in neurosurgery resident education, to perform the complex cases typically associated with an academic institution and the support for clinical research interests.

This Health System is one of the most comprehensive networks of hospitals and the largest private healthcare system in the region.

The successful candidate for this position will complement the dynamics of the neurosurgery team and will help the program further develop a national reputation for excellence in spine.

This 900-bed, level I trauma center serves over 8 million people in the metropolitan area. For the 2018-2019 awards year, U.S. News & World Report ranked this flagship hospital #2 Best Hospital in the metropolitan region, and the #5 Best Hospital in the state. U.S News & World Report has also ranked the Neurology and Neurosurgery service lines as “High Performing”.

The Neuroscience and Spine Institute was awarded the neurosurgery residency program in 2015. This ACGME fully-accredited, comprehensive program has three residents on staff currently and plans to add one additional resident each year. In addition, The main campus trains over thirty medical students per year in the students’ third and fourth years of medical school.

Opportunity Highlights:
• Terrific volume of spine including scoliosis cases
• Call is 1:10 as shared with fellow faculty and two community neurosurgeons
• A team of APPs and the Neurosurgery residents take first trauma call
• Each faculty member also has a dedicated PA for in-service call, rounding, assisting in the O.R., etc.
• Block O.R. time is available
• Brand new O.R.s will be made available in late 2020-early 2021
• Clinical/translational research is encouraged and supported
• Main campus is home to the area’s only dedicated neuro-intensive care unit

Live and play in a centrally-located community which has become one of the most exciting metropolitan areas in the United States. Just outside of a world-class urban setting, the city is surrounded by some of the nation's top schools and most prestigious universities and features a thriving metropolitan area. It offers easy access to some of the best attractions in the United States. Fine dining, fabulous entertainment and a diverse international culture permeates the area.

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Type: Neurosurgery

Subspecialty: Spine

Position #: 2973

State: Virginia

Characteristics: Access to large metropolitan area, Diverse community, Excellent schools nearby, Particularly patient focused, Research support available, Teaching encouraged


Neurology :

Neuro-Oncology Opportunity with an Academically Affiliated Program in Michigan

An academically affiliated program in Western Michigan is excited to welcome a neuro-oncologist to their growing program. This is a terrific opportunity for someone who has an interest in sub-specializing in neuro-oncology, having access to teaching and research but also enjoy an outstanding compensation package.

Program Highlights:
• Health system is comprised of 10+ hospitals with over 2,000 beds
• Flagship hospital has over 1,300 beds and is a level 1 trauma center
• On-site neurology residency and fellowship programs
• Opportunities for research with the nearby research institute

Position Highlights:
• 100% neuro-oncology unless provider wants to do general neurology
• Fellowship trained neurosurgical oncologist on staff
• Faculty appointment
• Ample opportunities for teaching
• The position is an endowed position and can offer up to 1 day per week of research
• Will work under the department of neurology

Western Michigan Highlights:
Western Michigan has a distinct culture, lifestyle, and economy. They have some of the country’s fastest-growing industries including advanced manufacturing, life sciences, agribusiness, renewable energy, aerospace and defense, and information technology. Besides having great jobs, West Michigan has a low cost of living, which makes it a great place to start a career, raise a family, or retire. Urban city, small town, or rural areas—the West Michigan region has a diverse set of communities catering to everyone.

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Type: Neurology

Subspecialty: Neuro-oncology

Position #: 2974

State: Michigan

Characteristics: Access to large metropolitan area, Excellent schools nearby, Leadership role available, Near lakes and gorgeous natural areas, Research support available, Visa support available, Well organized and managed practice, Low cost of living area


Neurology :

Neuro-Behavioral Leadership Opportunity with an Academically Affiliated Program in Michigan

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Type: Neurology

Subspecialty: Alzheimer's Disease/Dementia

Position #: 2974

State: Michigan

Characteristics: Access to large metropolitan area, Excellent schools nearby, Leadership role available, Near lakes and gorgeous natural areas, Research support available, Visa support available, Well organized and managed practice, Low cost of living area


Neurology :

100% Outpatient Neurology Opportunity with Southern CT Employed Group Practice

An independent, academically-affiliated hospital in southern Connecticut is excited to welcome additional neurologists to their current outpatient neurology group. This is a dedicated outpatient clinic position, with no inpatient or ED call responsibilities. General neurologists and subspecialists with interests in EEG/Epilepsy and EMG/Neuromuscular Medicine will be well-supported.

Hospital Highlights: 
•    Primary Stroke Center 
•    305-bed not-for-profit community teaching hospital 
•    Patient-centered environment supported by cutting edge technology 
•    New 185-bed hospital building in 2016 (all private rooms)

Position Highlights:
•    100% outpatient clinic position 
•    EEG/EMG volume currently available
•    LTM capabilities and EEG tech support at the hospital
•    Teaching, research and leadership opportunities 
•    No ED call for outpatient neurologists 
•    Competitive compensation and benefits package 

With easy access to New York City, the community is an attractive and cosmopolitan coastal city offering the perfect combination of great housing, multicultural food options, parks, and entertainment. This is an outstanding opportunity to join a highly respected group of neurologists at a progressive hospital that puts patients first.

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Type: Neurology

Subspecialty: Clinical Neurophysiology (EEG or EMG), Epilepsy, General Neurology, Neuromuscular, EMG, EEG

Position #: 2987

State: Connecticut

Characteristics: Access to large metropolitan area, Beach community, Excellent work/life balance, No or low trauma call, Particularly patient focused, Well organized and managed practice


Neurology :

Academic Epilepsy Directorship Opportunities in Sunny Southern California

An expanding academic program in Southern California is excited to welcome a Director of Epilepsy to their growing faculty! The roles will also include regular participation in teaching medical students and residents, and time for research. The position is open-rank, and provide support for assistant, associate, or full professorship appointments depending on experience.

Experience in a Level 3 or 4 Epilepsy Center and an interest in building the new Epilepsy Monitoring Unit and Epilepsy Center will be a critical focus for this position. The opportunity to develop a Neurophysiology fellowship will be available, with the potential to also start an Epilepsy fellowship in the upcoming years. The program is excited to consider Epileptologists with any experience level who would be excited to develop a new Epilepsy program – Epilepsy fellows graduating this summer are also encouraged to apply!

Epilepsy Director Highlights:
- Will serve as Director of Epilepsy, and report to the Chair of Neurology
- Assist in building the program’s 2-3 bed EMU, with the goal of establishing a Level-4 National Association of Epilepsy Centers (NAEC) certified- Epilepsy Center
- Serve as an attending on the inpatient and outpatient EEGs service
- Establish Epilepsy and General Neurology outpatient clinics
- Take part in teaching medical students and residents in outpatient clinic, and while assisting with occasional general inpatient neurology coverage
- Epic EMR
- Research interests well-supported
- Full benefits and competitive compensation commensurate with experience

Whether it’s culture, music, amusement parks, performing arts, sports, world-class restaurants and more, the Southland is a region overflowing with activities for everyone. The Mediterranean-like climate with its dry summers and mild winters make outdoor activities enjoyable year-round.

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Type: Neurology

Subspecialty: Epilepsy, EEG

Position #: 2992

State: California

Characteristics: Access to large metropolitan area, Diverse community, Excellent schools nearby, Leadership role available, Mountains nearby, Research support available, Teaching encouraged, Low cost of living area


Neurology :

Neurohospitalist Opportunity in Sunny Florida!

A health care system in Fort Myers, FL is seeking a neurohospitalist to join its growing inpatient practice. The new hire will cover two of the four hospitals within the system.

The hospital is a 624 bed acute care facility that is centrally located in Fort Myers FL, that offers a Neuroscience Institute, orthopedic services, and general surgery. The hospital offers 24/7 access to emergency care and minimally invasive catheter procedures to treat stroke, as well as a dedicated neuroscience intensive care unit. The health system has a certified Comprehensive Stroke Center with two other hospitals certified Primary Stroke Centers.

They are the area’s only Level II Trauma Center and DNV Certified Comprehensive Stroke Center. One facility is a 362 bed Level II Trauma Center serving their County and the surrounding areas, 24/7 ER with exceptionally trained staff, and houses the Rehabilitation Hospital.

Opportunity Highlights:
• 7-on/7-off scheduling
• No acute stroke
• Census of 20 patients or fewer/day
• No stroke call
• Ability to read EEGs is required
• NP support
• Support for research interests available

About Fort Myers:
Fort Myers is a gateway to the Southwest Florida region and a major tourist destination within Florida. Fort Myers is popular for its beaches, fishing, shopping – and the opportunity to learn about two of the nation’s most famed inventors and business leaders. Experience one-on-one natural encounters, play on top-notch Fort Myers beaches and treat yourselves to endless family-friendly attractions, restaurants, and resorts in Fort Myers and surrounding areas along southwest Florida’s sunny Gulf Coast. And don’t miss the Thomas Edison and Henry Ford winter estates. Back in 1916, Ford bought land in downtown Fort Myers, next door to Edison, his mentor. Now, both estates serve as museums that honor their founders and remind all of us about what they overcame and what they accomplished. Located equidistant from Tampa and Ft. Lauderdale, Fort Myers is an ideal place to live and work.

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Type: Neurology

Subspecialty: Clinical Neurophysiology (EEG or EMG), Neurocritical Care, Neurohospitalist, Stroke

Position #: 3006

State: Florida

Characteristics: Access to large metropolitan area, Attractive schedule options available, Beach community, Diverse community, Excellent work/life balance, Leadership role available, No or low trauma call, Visa support available, Well organized and managed practice, Low cost of living area


Neurology :

Zero-Call, 100% Outpatient Opportunity in Sunny Florida

A health care system in Fort Myers, FL is seeking general neurologists to join its growing outpatient practice.

Opportunity Highlights:
• 100% Outpatient Opportunity
• Zero-Stroke or Hospital call
• Movement Disorder could build subspecialty volume over time but would begin as a true general neurology position
• NP Support
• Support for research interests available

About Fort Myers:
Fort Myers is a gateway to the Southwest Florida region and a major tourist destination within Florida. Fort Myers is popular for its beaches, fishing, shopping – and the opportunity to learn about two of the nation’s most famed inventors and business leaders. Experience one-on-one natural encounters, play on top-notch Fort Myers beaches and treat yourselves to endless family-friendly attractions, restaurants, and resorts in Fort Myers and surrounding areas along southwest Florida’s sunny Gulf Coast. And don’t miss the Thomas Edison and Henry Ford winter estates. Back in 1916, Ford bought land in downtown Fort Myers, next door to Edison, his mentor. Now, both estates serve as museums that honor their founders and remind all of us about what they overcame and what they accomplished. Located equidistant from Tampa and Ft. Lauderdale, Fort Myers is an ideal place to live and work.

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Type: Neurology

Subspecialty: General Neurology, Movement Disorders

Position #: 3006

State: Florida

Characteristics: Access to large metropolitan area, Attractive schedule options available, Beach community, Diverse community, Excellent work/life balance, Leadership role available, No or low trauma call, Visa support available, Well organized and managed practice, Low cost of living area


Neurosurgery :

Academic Pediatric Neurosurgery Position in Family-Friendly Midwest City

Boasting brand new, state-of-the-art facilities, and a new Chair of Neurosurgery; exciting programmatic developments are underway at this academic medical center! The program has welcomed additional new leadership, including a new Chair of Neurology.

Due to a departure, the University is excited to welcome an academic-minded pediatric neurosurgeon to their children’s hospital. With an average of 80 cases per year, there is plenty of room for growth, as well as the opportunity to supplement patient volume with adult cases, if desired. Pediatric epilepsy interests would be particularly well supported. The new hire and projected growth plans have the full support of the medical group. Additionally, research interests are welcome and can be supported with protected time, with on-going research focused on neurosurgical oncology and minimally invasive spine techniques.

Hospital, Program, & Resources –
• Fully-accredited neurosurgery residency program
• Level I Trauma Center
• 50 Pediatric Beds
• 10 PICU Beds
• 40 NICU Beds
• Adult epilepsy program
• Center for Neurosciences Research
• Cranial Facial Program
• Rehab Center with Physiatrist
• Support staff comprised of 2 Pediatric Oncologists, a Pediatric Plastic Surgeon, Pediatric Orthopedic Surgeon with Scoliosis specialty, a Pediatric Urologist, and a brand-new Chief of Pediatric Neurology.

About the area –
This lovely Midwestern city of 120,000 people and three colleges, has a mix of excellent restaurants, charming shops and art galleries mean there is never a shortage of things to do. The beautiful parks and full range of outdoor activities provide endless recreation and fun for everyone. The city offers an affordable and wonderful quality of life. The public school system is rated among the best in the nation and there is a wide choice of terrific neighborhoods.

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Type: Neurosurgery

Subspecialty: Pediatric Neurosurgery

Position #: 3009

State: Missouri

Characteristics: Excellent schools nearby, Teaching encouraged


Neurology :

7on/14off Neurohospitalist Opportunity in Nashville, Tennessee!

A large health system in Nashville, Tennessee is seeking additional neurohospitalist to join their growing inpatient practice.

The neurohospitalist will be covering a Comprehensive Stroke Center for 7 days and a Certified Advanced Primary Stroke Center for 7 days with 14 days off between their shift.

The hospital sees 21,388 total admissions and 32,000 emergency department visits annually. They provide adult specialty healthcare to the more than two million residents of Middle Tennessee, Southwestern Kentucky, and Northern Alabama.

Position Highlights:
• Teaching opportunity with Family Practice residents and Internal Medicine residents
• Medical research opportunities available
• Roughly five miles between the two hospitals
• Competitive compensation and benefits package
• Tele-stroke support available
• 7on/14off

Nashville:
Nashville is the capital and most populous city of the State of Tennessee. A major center for the music industry, especially country music, Nashville is commonly known as "Music City". It is also home to numerous colleges and universities, including Tennessee State University, Vanderbilt University, Belmont University, Fisk University, Trevecca Nazarene University, and Lipscomb University. Nashville's downtown area features a diverse assortment of entertainment, dining, cultural and architectural attractions. The Broadway and 2nd Avenue areas feature entertainment venues, night clubs and an assortment of restaurants. North of Broadway lie Nashville's central business district, Legislative Plaza, Capitol Hill, and the Tennessee Bicentennial Mall. Cultural and architectural attractions can be found throughout the city.

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Type: Neurology

Subspecialty: Neurohospitalist, Stroke

Position #: 3010

State: Tennessee

Characteristics: Access to large metropolitan area, Attractive schedule options available, Diverse community, Excellent work/life balance, Mountains nearby, Near lakes and gorgeous natural areas, Particularly patient focused, Well organized and managed practice, No/Low state income tax, Low cost of living area


Neurology :

Interventional Opportunity in Nashville, Tennessee

A Large Comprehensive Stroke Center in Nashville, Tennessee is seeking an interventional neurologist to join its growing program. The hospital sees 21,388 total admissions and 32,000 emergency department visits annually. They provide adult specialty healthcare to the more than two million residents of Middle Tennessee, Southwestern Kentucky, and Northern Alabama.

Hospital
• Teaching opportunity with Family Practice residents and Internal Medicine residents
• Medical research opportunity available
• 541 Bed Facility
• Competitive compensation and benefits package

Nashville:
Nashville is the capital and most populous city of the State of Tennessee. A major center for the music industry, especially country music, Nashville is commonly known as "Music City". It is also home to numerous colleges and universities, including Tennessee State University, Vanderbilt University, Belmont University, Fisk University, Trevecca Nazarene University, and Lipscomb University. Nashville's downtown area features a diverse assortment of entertainment, dining, cultural and architectural attractions. The Broadway and 2nd Avenue areas feature entertainment venues, night clubs and an assortment of restaurants. North of Broadway lies Nashville's central business district, Legislative Plaza, Capitol Hill, and the Tennessee Bicentennial Mall. Cultural and architectural attractions can be found throughout the city.

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Type: Neurology

Subspecialty: Interventional, Neurohospitalist, Stroke

Position #: 3010

State: Tennessee

Characteristics: Access to large metropolitan area, Attractive schedule options available, Diverse community, Excellent work/life balance, Mountains nearby, Near lakes and gorgeous natural areas, Particularly patient focused, Well organized and managed practice, No/Low state income tax, Low cost of living area


Neurology :

100% Outpatient Opportunity Outside of Nashville, Tennessee

A well-respected hospital just outside of Nashville is seeking outpatient neurologists to join its growing program.

Hospital Highlights:
• 286 all private patient rooms
• 4-bed EMU
• Growing and expanding hospital to accommodate the expanding population
• 3 new floors and 72 beds recently added
• Primary Stroke Center, planning to be Thrombectomy Capable within 3 years

Position Highlights:
• 100% outpatient opportunity
• M-F Schedule
• All subspecialties would be welcome, though Epilepsy, Sleep, and Clinical Neurophysiology (EEG/EMG) would be particularly well-supported; up to 20% subspecialty volume to start
• All beds are telemedicine capable
• Teaching opportunity with emergency medicine residents from the University of Tennessee
• Medical research opportunity available
• Competitive compensation and benefits package

Murfreesboro, Tennessee:
Murfreesboro is home to both the center of population of Tennessee and the geographic center of Tennessee. Its location is 34 miles southeast of downtown Nashville within the Nashville metropolitan area of Middle Tennessee. It is Tennessee's fastest-growing major city and one of the fastest-growing cities in the country. In 2018, Murfreesboro was ranked by Money as the 19th best place to live in the United States. Murfreesboro hosts several music-oriented events annually, such as the Main Street Jazzfest presented by Middle Tennessee State University's School of Music and the Main Street Association each May. Arts in Murfreesboro include the Murfreesboro Center for the Arts, The International FolkFest, the MTSU Student Film Festival, and many others. With many museums, a wide variety of shopping and dining option, and plenty of entertainment venues, Murfreesboro is an ideal place to live and work.

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Type: Neurology

Subspecialty: Clinical Neurophysiology (EEG or EMG), Epilepsy, General Neurology, Sleep

Position #: 3010

State: Tennessee

Characteristics: Access to large metropolitan area, Attractive schedule options available, Diverse community, Excellent work/life balance, Mountains nearby, Near lakes and gorgeous natural areas, Particularly patient focused, Well organized and managed practice, No/Low state income tax, Low cost of living area


Neurology :

Neuromuscular Leader and Faculty Needed for West Virginia Academic Medical Center

An academic medical center in West Virginia is excited to recruit neurologists for its main campus location. The neurology department has a neurology residency and offers fellowships in vascular neurology and headache neurology.

At the main campus, there is a great need for neuromuscular neurology and an opportunity for someone with leadership experience to assume the role of Chief of Neuromuscular Medicine.

Main Campus Northern WV Highlights:
• 690-bed tertiary care center
• Level 1 trauma center
• Comprehensive Stroke Center
• EMG and EEG lab integrated into outpatient clinic space
• Chief of Neuromuscular Medicine opportunity is available – The new hire would work with two current neuromuscular specialists and could work in the ALS clinic.
• Majority clinical position, but candidates with research interests may be supported up to 40% research time
• Assist with EMGs
• Competitive academic salary & benefits
• J-1 Visa Waiver & H-1b visa support available

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Type: Neurology

Subspecialty: General Neurology, Neuromuscular, EMG, EEG

Position #: 3017

State: West Virginia

Characteristics: Excellent work/life balance, Leadership role available, Mountains nearby, Near lakes and gorgeous natural areas, Visa support available, No/Low state income tax, Low cost of living area


Neurology :

Junior and Senior Neurologists Needed for West Virginia Academic Medical Center Community Hospitals

An academic medical center in West Virginia is excited to recruit neurologists for its community locations. The neurology department has a neurology residency and offers fellowships in vascular neurology and headache neurology.

The Northwestern community hospital is in need of outpatient specialties but would be particularly interested in neurologists with training in Sleep, Headache, or EMG/EEG. The Southern community hospital is recruiting inpatient/outpatient neurologists and outpatient neurologists.

Northwestern WV Community Campus Highlights:
• 302-bed hospital
• Level 3 trauma center
• Primary stroke certified
• Outpatient neurology opportunity
• Specialists with training in EEG/EMG, headache, and sleep would be well-supported
• Very limited call coverage
• Neurohospitalists cover the majority of inpatient needs
• J-1 visa waiver support available

Southern WV Community Campus Highlights:
• 156-bed acute care center
• Level 4 trauma center
• Inpatient/outpatient split opportunity and outpatient neurology opportunity both available
• Telestroke and teleneurology covers some nights and weekends
• Recruitment need is due to a recent retirement

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Type: Neurology

Subspecialty: General Neurology, Neuromuscular, EMG, EEG

Position #: 3017

State: West Virginia

Characteristics: Excellent work/life balance, Leadership role available, Mountains nearby, Near lakes and gorgeous natural areas, Visa support available, No/Low state income tax, Low cost of living area


Neurology :

Large, Nationally-recognized System in North Carolina seeks Neurohospitalists & Neurointensivists

A large, nationally recognized, highly-integrated health system with more the 400 physician practices, 100 outpatient facilities, and 15 medical centers, is currently seeking neurohospitalists and neurointensivists for 2 of it's regional hospitals.

Health System Highlights:
• The not-for-profit integrated system of 15 medical centers and 1,123 doctors in 343 clinic locations
• 24,400 employees and physician partners
• Care provided for patients and communities in North Carolina, Virginia, South Carolina and Georgia

Hospital Highlights:
• 961-bed, not-for-profit, tertiary care facility
• JCAHO Certified Comprehensive Stroke Center
• 26-bed Stroke & Neuroscience Unit
• 10-bed Neuro-ICU with 10-bed step-down unit
• 40 Physician Hospitalist Group
• In-house IRB
• Opportunities to participate in clinical trials
• Very competitive salary

Position Highlights:
• 7-on 7-off schedule
• 2-year salary guarantee
• Work/Life balance encouraged
• CME allowance, Relocation Assistance, and full medical/retirement benefits

Winston-Salem Highlights:
Winston-Salem is a fabulous place to call home. Along with Greensboro and High Point, it is part of the Piedmont Triad Region which has a current population of 1,600,000. This makes it the 30th largest metro area in the USA. The city is known as the “City of the Arts” for its dedication to fine arts and theater. It is home to 3 universities including Wake Forest University and is one of the state’s most affluent communities. Winston-Salem enjoys a temperate climate with an average high temperature of 68, an average low temperature of 47, and an early spring arrival. Spend an afternoon strolling through Bethabara Park, enjoying Reynolds Gardens or visiting Old Salem. A day at famous Virginia Beach or Myrtle Beach is only a 2 to 4-hour drive. There is a wide variety of public, private, and parochial schools available. Winston-Salem is a wonderful place to raise a family, enjoy the outdoors, and experience the arts.

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Type: Neurology

Subspecialty: Clinical Neurophysiology (EEG or EMG), General Neurology, Neurocritical Care, Neurohospitalist, Stroke

Position #: 3038

State: North Carolina

Characteristics: Above market compensation package, Access to large metropolitan area, Diverse community, Excellent schools nearby


Neurosurgery :

Full-time or Part-Time Pediatric Neurosurgery Opportunity on the Water in Beautiful Southern Location

Pediatric neurosurgery opportunity on the water!

A free standing children's hospital in a beautiful southern location on the water has an opportunity to hire a full-time or part-time pediatric neurosurgeon. This is the only free-standing, full-service pediatric hospital in the state and is a sophisticated 206-bed teaching hospital with the regions only dedicated critical care facility for infants, children and adolescents. Research opportunities may exist and they are happy to discuss this with you.

Join a very well-established and well-trained pediatric neurosurgeon who handles a wide variety of pediatric cases including:
- Hydrocephalus
- Brain and spinal cord tumors
- Epilepsy
- Spina bifida
- Craniofacial disorders
- Brain and spine trauma
- Spinal deformity and scoliosis

A junior neurosurgeon joined the team last year and you will partner with both. The senior neurosurgeon is ready to start transitioning his practice to the new hire and will remain on the call schedule.

The hospital is working toward their trauma designation and already has a trauma team in place to take first call. In addition, the hospital has an extensive cancer program and access to the Proton Therapy Center at local hospital. The department has 1 FT and 1 PT NP with plans to recruit another FT NP.

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Type: Neurosurgery

Subspecialty: Pediatric Neurosurgery

Position #: 3040

State: Virginia

Characteristics: Beach community


Neurology :

General Outpatient Neurologists Needed at Large Nationally-Recognized Health System in Charlotte, North Carolina

A large, nationally recognized, highly-integrated health system with more the 400 physician practices, 100 outpatient facilities, and 15 medical centers, is currently seeking additional general neurologists for it's main hospital and access clinics in the Charlotte, North Carolina market.

Health System Highlights:
• Not-for-profit integrated system of 15 medical centers and 1,123 doctors in 343 clinic locations
• 24,400 employees and physician partners
• Care provided for patients and communities in North Carolina, Virginia, South Carolina, and Georgia

Hospital Highlights:
• 600+ beds
• 13-bed neuro-ICU
• Step-down unit under construction
• 1 of JCAHO top US Hospitals earning distinction in quality and performance measures
• PMC has been a JCAHO certified Primary Stroke center since 2006.
• Recipient of Gold Plus and Target Stroke Honor Roll in 2014 from AHA/ASA.
• Recipient of Gold Plus and Target Stroke Honor Roll Elite Plus in 2015
• Neurointerventional radiologists available for endovascular stroke, brain aneurysm intervention 24/7

Position Details:
• M-F Schedule
• Very manageable call schedule
• 2-year salary guarantee
• Medical & Retirement, Relocation Allowance, CME, Malpractice coverage
• Work-Life balance encouraged

Charlotte Highlights:
Charlotte provides a multitude of arts and culture, dining hotspots, shopping, sightseeing, and attractions including NASCAR, Carowinds, Botanical Gardens, North Carolina Zoo, Sea Life Aquarium, and Tiger World. The area’s climate is moderate, pleasant, and sunny to entice you outside all year. The winters are friendly, summers are favorable and transformations of the seasons are the most breathtaking times of the year. Charlotte is the largest city in the state of North Carolina and has become a major US financial center. In 2013, Forbes named Charlotte among its list of Best Places for Business and Careers. Charlotte has also been listed as the 20th largest city in the US, and the 60th fastest growing city in the US between 2000-2008.

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Type: Neurology

Subspecialty: Clinical Neurophysiology (EEG or EMG), General Neurology, EMG

Position #: 3041

State: North Carolina

Characteristics: Access to large metropolitan area, Attractive schedule options available, Leadership role available, Well organized and managed practice


Neurology :

Stroke Neurohospitalist & Neurointensivist Opportunity in Downtown Charlotte, NC

A large, nationally recognized, highly-integrated health system with more the 400 physician practices, 100 outpatient facilities, and 15 medical centers, is currently seeking a stroke neurohospitalists and neuro-intensivists for its Charlotte medical center.

Health System Highlights:
• Not-for-profit integrated system of 15 medical centers and 1,123 doctors in 343 clinic locations
• 24,400 employees and physician partners
• Care provided for patients and communities in North Carolina, Virginia, South Carolina, and Georgia

Hospital Highlights:
• 600+ beds
• 13-bed neuro-ICU
• Step-down unit under construction
• 1 of JCAHO top US Hospitals earning distinction in quality and performance measures
• PMC has been a JCAHO certified Primary Stroke center since 2006.
• Recipient of Gold Plus and Target Stroke Honor Roll in 2014 from AHA/ASA.
• Recipient of Gold Plus and Target Stroke Honor Roll Elite Plus in 2015
• Neurointerventional radiologists available for endovascular stroke, brain aneurysm intervention 24/7

Position Highlights:
• 7-on 7-off schedule
• Opportunity available for telemedicine volume
• 2-year salary guarantee
• Work/Life balance encouraged
• CME allowance, Relocation Assistance, and full medical/retirement benefits

Charlotte Highlights:
Charlotte provides a multitude of arts and culture, dining hotspots, shopping, sightseeing, and attractions including NASCAR, Carowinds, Botanical Gardens, North Carolina Zoo, Sea Life Aquarium, and Tiger World. The area’s climate is moderate, pleasant, and sunny to entice you outside all year. The winters are friendly, summers are favorable and transformations of the seasons are the most breathtaking times of the year. Charlotte is the largest city in the state of North Carolina and has become a major US financial center. In 2013, Forbes named Charlotte among its list of Best Places for Business and Careers. Charlotte has also been listed as the 20th largest city in the US, and the 60th fastest growing city in the US between 2000-2008.

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Type: Neurology

Subspecialty: Neurocritical Care, Neurohospitalist, Stroke

Position #: 3041

State: North Carolina

Characteristics: Access to large metropolitan area, Attractive schedule options available, Leadership role available, Well organized and managed practice


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Neurosurgery :

Prestigious Southern Physician-Led Practice Recruiting Additional Neurosurgeon for Community Practice in Economically Strong Southern College Town Located a Short Drive from Memphis

A very large and well-established private practice in the South is looking for an additional neurosurgeon to join its well-established group. This premier neurosurgery and neurology practice is seeking a clinically-based neurosurgeon to join its innovative practice and be stationed at a community hospital. This will be a general neurosurgery position and the successful candidate will join a team of neurosurgeons who are part of the practice.

This position will be based in a community hospital which was recently built in 2014. Call will be 1 in 4 for the ER and for the Clinic. Each physician is paired with a mid-level provider (APRN/PA), RN and LPN. LPN’s function solely in clinic, while mid-level providers and RN’s cross clinic and hospital. They will assist in rounding, seeing consults and are first call on the call schedule. The hospital also employs two surgical first assists, one of which is a PA. This is not a heavy trauma job and only 16 total neurosurgery trauma admissions happened in 2019. The position will be an employee of the private practice group and the group will be leasing this physician to the hospital as part of their co-management arrangement with them.

The hospital is a 228-bed Level IV trauma hospital with plans to upgrade to a Level III status. There is a 36-bed open ICU. They have a great internal research department who are always looking for physicians to assist with research projects, and teaching opportunities include medical student and internal medicine residents. The hospital currently employs four neurosurgeons and two of them would like to slow down their practice, but current referral needs will not allow for such a significant decrease. Anticipated first year volume is 250-350 and there is no pediatrics coverage. Someone with deformity training/interest could be supported.

This city is the economic engine and retail hub of the area. The area has it all - from quaint shops and unique boutiques to a large-scale indoor mall with national brands as economic anchors. Their large variety of restaurants and shopping centers will suit your every need. The area has an abundance of leisure activities for you and your family to enjoy including pristine parks, golf courses, and arts and recreational programs that are the finest in the state. The award-winning schools exceed standards for academic excellence and include four excellent primary and secondary school systems, all of which have won state and national awards. There are also several well-supported private schools. The city also has a diverse economy and serves as a hub for manufacturing, agriculture, healthcare, retail and service sectors.

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Type: Neurosurgery

Subspecialty: General Neurosurgery

Position #: 3043

State: Arkansas

Characteristics: Excellent schools nearby, No or low trauma call, Research support available, Well organized and managed practice


Neurology :

Large Health System in Wisconsin is Seeking Sub-Specialists, Pediatric and General Neurologists to Join its Growing Team

A large health system in Central WI is eager to add additional neurologists to their program. This program has a sub-specialty model that allows neurologists with fellowship training to have up to 100% sub-specialty volume. Currently, they are recruiting for neuromuscular, general and pediatric neurologists. System-wide H1B sponsorship available and J1 support at satellite clinic.

Hospital Highlights:
• 225+-bed private-room hospital
• Part of a health system that employs 700 physicians
• In-house research institute (receives approximately $17 million in extramural funds per year)
• Plans to build neurology residency

Neuromuscular Position Highlights:
• Outpatient only
• 100% neuromuscular volume, for those that are interested
• The schedule is set up to see patients for 35 hours per week and 5 hours per week of admin time
• Hospital has an MDA clinic once per month where the physician will see patients with various hereditary neuromuscular diseases.
• On-call is phone call only in 1:5 and 1:6 rotation depending on location
• H1B visa support available
• Opportunity for research, clinical trials and teaching (FP, Med/Peds and IM residents)
• Competitive salary and benefits package including a generous incentive package.

General Neurology Position Highlights
• General neurology positions that could support some sub-specialty volume
• Positions available at satellite clinics
• Primary an outpatient positions with one offering some inpatient with NP support
• J1 waiver for Rice Lake location. H1B visa support available system-wide.
• Competitive salary and benefit package including up to $100,000 bonus

Pediatric Neurology Highlights:
• Positions available at the main campus in Marshfield
• Position is full time but can support someone interested in part time work
• Practice a full range of outpatient services, including general Pediatric Neurology, epilepsy, headaches, CP, movement disorders
• Responsible for inpatient PICU, NICU and Pediatric inpatient consults at our adjoining Children’s Hospital
• Join a great, well-supported team, working with highly trained Pediatric subspecialties on-site
• Large referral base in Central and Western Wisconsin
• Opportunities for clinical research and teaching Pediatric residents located on-site
• J1 and H1B visa support available.
• Competitive salary and benefit package including up to $100,000 bonus

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Type: Neurology

Subspecialty: Child Neurology, General Neurology, Neurohospitalist, Neuromuscular

Position #: 3051

State: Wisconsin

Characteristics: Excellent schools nearby, Excellent work/life balance, Leadership role available, Near lakes and gorgeous natural areas, Particularly patient focused, Research support available, Student loan repayment available, Teaching encouraged, Visa support available, Well organized and managed practice


Neurology :

Large Health System in Wisconsin is Seeking Interventional Neurologists to Join its Growing Team

A large health system in Central WI is eager to add additional interventional stroke neurologists to its program.

Hospital Highlights:
• 225+-bed private-room hospital
• Part of a health system that employs 700 physicians
• In-house research institute (receives approximately $17 million in extramural funds per year)
• Plans to build neurology residency

Interventional Position Highlights:
• Opportunity to help rebuild our program –offering a 3 year salary guarantee vs our standard 2 year guarantee
• Provide neurointerventional care to patients along with their vascular neurosurgeon
• Join a closely-knit robust team of neurohospitalists, advanced practice clinicians, and emergency medicine providers
• Support to help transition their thrombectomy-capable stroke center to a Joint Commission-certified comprehensive stroke center
• Two biplane OR suites for neuroendovascular procedures
• The Neurology-trained neurointerventional radiologist can also staff the neurohospitalist call
• Neurohospitalists take telestroke call for 8 feeder hospitals in the MCHS system
• The radiology-trained neurointerventional radiologist will help staff neuroradiology
• Highly supportive Service Line Management
• Expectation of and Access to clinical research
• Teaching opportunities for residents and medical students
• Opportunity to be stroke director
• Competitive salary and benefits package including up to $100,000 bonus and additional pay for call

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Type: Neurology

Subspecialty: Interventional

Position #: 3051

State: Wisconsin

Characteristics: Excellent schools nearby, Excellent work/life balance, Leadership role available, Near lakes and gorgeous natural areas, Particularly patient focused, Research support available, Student loan repayment available, Teaching encouraged, Visa support available, Well organized and managed practice


Neurology :

General and Specialized Outpatient Needed at Denver Area Hospital

One of the largest health systems in Colorado and Kansas is excited to welcome an general neurologists and subspecialists to its Denver area hospital. The new neurologist will practice at a state of the art, comprehensive stroke center in the Country's most desirable cities.

• Will be based a hospital minutes from Downtown Denver
• Outpatient only position
• The position has a general neurology focus but 30% or more subspecialty volume can be accommodated
• Clinic call only (never have to report in)
• Will join a collegial program of neurologists throughout the Denver area

Location Details:
Denver is an outdoor city known for its world-class cultural attractions, thriving craft breweries, chef-driven dining, and red-hot music scene, all within easy reach of the Rocky Mountains. Situated in the South Platte River Valley, this modern city draws openness from the Great Plains to the east and features spectacular Rocky Mountain views to the west. Residents of this mile-high landscape are noted for their sunny dispositions and can-do attitudes.

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Type: Neurology

Subspecialty: General Neurology

Position #: 3071

State: Colorado


Neurology :

Coastal North Carolina Movement Disorders Opportunity

A large regional medical center on the Eastern Coast of North Carolina is seeking a movement disorders neurologist to join their two existing movement specialists.

Medical Center Highlights:
• 750+ Bed Hospital
• Level II Trauma Center
• Comprehensive Stroke Center
• Listed on Forbes' Best Large Employers 2019 list
• Catchment area of approximately 650,000
• Largest major hospital servicing the 7-county region

Position Highlights:
• 100% Outpatient Clinic
• Majority Movement Disorders volume
• 8am-5pm Office Schedule, 4 clinic days & 1 day of admin time
• Dedicated Neuroscience Hospital
• Deep Brain Stimulation (DBS) interests would be greatly supported through a partnership with DBS neurosurgeon
• No Hospital Call
• Join two established movement disorders neurologists and one dedicated movement disorders NP

The hospital is located in a beautiful area of North Carolina The area is teeming with restaurants, coffee shops, and outdoor recreational areas. Cultural cuisine is at the forefront of the food scene with authentic restaurants for over 8 different cultures represented. With a dense suburban feel and beach community, the reasons to live and love this area are endless.

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Type: Neurology

Subspecialty: Movement Disorders

Position #: 3081

State: North Carolina

Characteristics: Above market compensation package, Beach community, Excellent schools nearby, Near lakes and gorgeous natural areas, Well organized and managed practice, Low cost of living area


Neurology :

Neurocritical Care Opportunity at Rapidly Growing Neuroscience Institute in North Carolina

A large regional medical center on the Eastern Coast of North Carolina is seeking a neurointensivist to join their practice due to programmatic growth. The team added a neuroendovascular program which has greatly increased the complexity and acuity of the neuro patients they have seen over the last year. The energetic, collegial team is excited for a neurointensivist to join partner with their current neurocritical care-trained neurologist.

Medical Center Highlights:
• 750+ Bed Hospital
• Level II Trauma Center
• Comprehensive Stroke Center
• Listed on Forbes' Best Large Employers 2019 list
• Catchment area of approximately 650,000
• Largest major hospital servicing the 7-county region

Position Highlights:
• 7-on / 7-off Schedule
• Neurointensivist will take the second call for Neuro-APPs
• Opportunity for teaching medical students
• Average 8 neurocritical care patients per day
• Approximately 1200 patients each year
• Base Salary + RVU model; Very competitive compensation

The hospital is located in a beautiful area of North Carolina The area is teeming with restaurants, coffee shops, and outdoor recreational areas. Cultural cuisine is at the forefront of the food scene with authentic restaurants for over 8 different cultures represented. With a dense suburban feel and beach community, the reasons to live and love this area are endless.

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Type: Neurology

Subspecialty: Neurocritical Care

Position #: 3081

State: North Carolina

Characteristics: Above market compensation package, Beach community, Excellent schools nearby, Near lakes and gorgeous natural areas, Well organized and managed practice, Low cost of living area


Neurosurgery :

12-Hospital System in the Midwest Hiring a General/Spine Neurosurgeon for Busy Level II Trauma Center

A 12-hospital, not-for-profit health system in Ohio, is recruiting a neurosurgeon for their third largest hospital. The new neurosurgeon will join two neurosurgeons, and a very part time orthopedic surgeon. Experienced neurosurgeons and new grads are encouraged to apply. New grads will have an enthusiastic mentor.

The 326 bed hospital is a busy level II trauma center. There is no competition as there are no other neurosurgeons for 70 miles. The new neurosurgeon will cover the entire spectrum of general neurosurgery cases, including spine, tumors, and even occasionally pediatric cases. Degenerative spine experience would be welcome.

There is opportunity to subspecialize in endovascular, and cranial (including skull base), and complex spine within the context of a general neurosurgery position. The hospital system will support candidate’s subspecialized interests.
• One of the neurosurgeons is endovascular fellowship trained and is supportive of sharing those cases

Practice Highlights
• Call is 1:3 with stellar trauma program that takes first call at night
• Midlevel support includes 1 PA, 1 RN, 3 MAs
• Case mix is 80% spine: 20% cranial
• Anticipated case load for year 1: 200, with 300 cases by year 2 or 3
• Block OR time available including 1 dedicated neurosurgery suite with a second being built
• Clinic and OR are next to each other
• Supportive administration that focuses on physician well-being
• Techonology includes Kinevo microscopes, Brain Lab Navigation, Lotta Endoscope, Artemis Device, New Siemens bi-plane, C-Arm (they are writing a proposal for an O-Arm)
• Research opportunities available through the Research Institute
• Internal referrals through health system as well as local private physicians
• Fortune magazine ranked this health system on it's “100 Best Companies to Work For”.

This community has a lot to offer, from top-notch schools to recreation and entertainment. The area has three schools that are ranked excellent by the State Board of Education and is home to an academy of the arts. Enjoy local recreational activities at a State Park, a ski resort or the many lakes and golf courses that are in the area. You can fill your evenings with a play at their Playhouse or enjoy the Symphony Orchestra at the Theatre. The city is situated just one hour from both two major metropolitan areas which provides easy access to major league sports and fabulous shopping and entertainment. The area provides the security, comfort and values of a small town, but within reach of large cities if you would like a little faster pace. It is a wonderful place to call home and raise a family.

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Type: Neurosurgery

Subspecialty: General Neurosurgery, Neurosurgical Oncology/Skull Base, Spine

Position #: 3101

State: Ohio

Characteristics: Visa support available


Neurology :

Comprehensive Neuroscience Center in Cincinnati is Seeking Neurologists!

A physician-owned, multi-specialty practice located in Cincinnati, is seeking board-certified neurointensivists, neurohospitalists, cognitive neurologists, neuromuscular, and general neurologists to join its Neurology team.

Doctors at multispecialty Clinic:
18 Neurologists
1 Neurosurgeon
2 Interventional Pain Management
1 PM&R
1 Rheumatologist
6 Behavioral Medicine Psychologists
9 Mid-Level Providers NP/PA

Neurointensivist Highlights:
• Provide coverage for a 200+Bed hospital
• The largest, physician-owned neuroscience provider in Cincinnati / Northern Kentucky region
• Providing quality care for 40+ years
• Will see approximately 8-10 patients per day
• 7am-7pm 7-on/7-off schedule
​​​​​​​• Operates one of the largest neurology infusion centers in Ohio;
• Very collegial environment
• Highly competitive compensation and benefits package

Neurohosiptalist and Sub-specialized Neurologist Highlights:
• General neurologists, cognitive/behavioral neurologists, and neurohospitalists welcome and well-supported;
• All sub-specialists are welcome and can build sub-specialty volume over time
• Neurohospitalists and Neurointensivist do not take stroke or trauma calls
• Interests in Alzheimer's/Dementia would be well supported to join 6 behavioral medicine/neuropsychologists
• 100% Outpatient Opportunity for Cognitive/Behavioral Neurologist
• The largest, physician-owned neuroscience provider in Cincinnati / Northern Kentucky region;
• Providing quality care for 40+ years;
• Ancillary services include MRI, EEG, EMG/ NCV, and Infusion Therapy;
• Operates one of the largest neurology infusion centers in Ohio;
• Flexible schedule and excellent work-life balance;
• Very collegial environment;
• Highly competitive compensation and benefits package.

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Type: Neurology

Subspecialty: Clinical Neurophysiology (EEG or EMG), Epilepsy, General Neurology, Headache, Movement Disorders, Multiple Sclerosis/Neuro-Immunology, Neurocritical Care, Neurohospitalist, Neuromuscular, Sleep, Stroke, Alzheimer's Disease/Dementia, EMG, EEG

Position #: 3108

State: Ohio

Characteristics: Access to large metropolitan area, Attractive schedule options available, Diverse community, Excellent schools nearby, Excellent work/life balance, No or low trauma call, Student loan repayment available, Well organized and managed practice


Neurology :

Dedicated, North Carolina Children's Hospital Seeks Pediatric Epileptologists

A large, nationally recognized, highly integrated health system with more than 400 physician practices, 100 outpatient facilities, and 15 medical centers, is seeking pediatric neurologists for the system’s dedicated children’s hospital in Charlotte, NC area. The program has a strong need for epilepsy surgery capable pediatric neurologists, and a secondary need for general pediatric neurologists.

Health System Highlights:
• Not-for-profit integrated system of 15 medical centers and 1,123 doctors in 343 clinic locations
• 24,400 employees and physician partners
• Care provided for patients and communities in North Carolina, Virginia, South Carolina, and Georgia

Child Epilepsy Position Highlights:
• Epilepsy surgery opportunity
• 35-bed pediatric ward that includes dedicated EMU beds
• Collaborate with the neurosurgery division

Child Neurology Position Highlights:
• Majority clinical outpatient volume
• 4 day clinical schedule with night and weekend call
• Call structure is approximately 10-12 weeks per year and 10 weekends per year (around 1:5)

About Charlotte:
Charlotte, NC is equal parts old-fashioned southern charm and high-energy cosmopolitan bustle; enticing people from all over the world to settle down. Culture is rich in this region where residents can choose between world-class restaurants, performing arts centers, museums, and 37 miles of greenway trails for biking and running. Residents can also experience and enjoy a thriving craft brewing scene or catch a game at one of the area’s professional basketball or football teams. Comprised of small neighborhoods, each with a distinctive feel and energy, there are plenty of affordable housing options available in this metro region. Education options include numerous public elementary, middle, and high schools in addition to 128 private schools. Higher education is also represented as this area is home to nine colleges and universities.

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Type: Neurology

Subspecialty: Child Neurology, Epilepsy

Position #: 3115

State: North Carolina

Characteristics: Access to large metropolitan area, Attractive schedule options available, Well organized and managed practice


Neurosurgery :

Fabulous Partners and Quality Of Life-- Private Practice in Georgia South of Atlanta

An established community-based private practice located in a beautiful location is seeking a general neurosurgeon with interest in seeing a broad range of neurosurgical cases, including procedures such as: spine reconstruction, complex cranial, trauma, and neurosurgical oncology. Walk into existing volume in this very busy practice known for their excellence and efficiency. The new neurosurgeon can expect over 400 cases in his or her first year and outstanding mentorship will be happily provided by the two experienced neurosurgeons.

The Practice Environment:
The partners and staff at this community-based private practice share a core value for serving everyone in the community and providing excellent care. Appointments are scheduled within just a couple days to ensure prompt service, patient satisfaction and future referrals. The practice is incredibly efficient with 16 starts per week at two hospitals, over a decade of on-time surgeries and a strong team of Physician Assistants who take first call. Call will be 1 in 3 and the neurosurgeons only go in for call when they have to operate.

Position Highlights:
• General neurosurgery with ability to see wide variety of cases
• Call schedule of 1 in 3
• PAs take first call
• Walk into immediate volume
• Solid mentorship
• Hospital sponsored income guarantee with the option to either join the practice or become hospital employed
• Well established practice with a solid history in the community
• Ancillary income opportunities to include real estate holdings, ASC

The private practice admits to a medical center as their primary admitting hospital and also works at another medical center for out-patient surgery.

Primary Medical Center
• 413 bed acute care hospital
• Level II trauma center
• Siemens Bi-Plane
• Multi-disciplinary cancer center accredited by the Commission of Cancer of the American College of Surgeons
• Region’s only dedicated pediatric program, including full-service Pediatric Intensive Care Unit
• 1 of only 6 regional perinatal centers in the region
• Advanced emergency services across 13 counties

Medical Center for out-patient surgery
• 100-bed Private Room
• Consistently ranks in the top for customer service and satisfaction
• ER and ICU recently added

This small city is ranked as one of the 100 Best U.S. Cities to live in. The varied landscape of rolling hills and flat plains make this a lovely place to call home. There is no shortage of attractions and activities for all ages and tastes. The city's proximity to a large city offers the benefits of a large metropolis with the quality of life of a small community. It is a 3 hour drive or short flight to the beautiful beaches of Florida!

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Type: Neurosurgery

Subspecialty: General Neurosurgery

Position #: 3123

State: Georgia

Characteristics: Particularly patient focused, Well organized and managed practice


Neurology :

Specialized Outpatient and Neurohospitalist Opportunities in the Beautiful State College area of Pennsylvania

One of Central Pennsylvania’s largest comprehensive neuroscience programs is seeking several neurologists to join its collegial team. The health system is currently recruiting for its west region hospitals, and other affiliated locations in and around the State College area. The system is currently recruiting 7 new neurologists to account for volume and expansion. Specialties that the team is currently interested in are General Neurology, Neuromuscular, Headache, Cognitive/Behavioral, Movement Disorders, and stroke/neurohospitalists.

Health System Highlights:
• Currently employs over 30,000 employees
• Ranked among the nation's top 15 health systems according to Truven Health Analytics and was named one of the 100 great places to work by Becker's Hospital Review
• Employees receive competitive salaries, a comprehensive benefits package, health plan, paid vacations and holidays, 401(k) retirement plan, and more.

Hospital Highlights:
• Health System's largest multispecialty clinic and outpatient facility
• New building includes 70 exam rooms, 16 procedure rooms, an expanded imaging center, laboratory services, and an on-site pharmacy
• Opportunity to teach rotating residents
• Opportunity to be involved in research

Position Highlights:
• All outpatient subspecialties can be supported in the context of general neurology, though neuromuscular, headache, movement disorders, and cognitive/behavioral would be most thoroughly well-supported
• Zero-Call for outpatient neurologists
• 7-on/7-off schedule for Neurohospitalists
• No weekend night call
• Join a team of 3 full-time neurologists and one full-time AP (adding more as the team grows)

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Type: Neurology

Subspecialty: Clinical Neurophysiology (EEG or EMG), Epilepsy, General Neurology, Headache, Movement Disorders, Multiple Sclerosis/Neuro-Immunology, Neurohospitalist, Sleep, Stroke, Alzheimer's Disease/Dementia, EMG, EEG

Position #: 3127

State: Pennsylvania

Characteristics: Above market compensation package, Attractive schedule options available, Leadership role available, No or low trauma call, Research support available, Student loan repayment available, Teaching encouraged, Visa support available


Neurology :

Stroke/Neurohospitalist opportunity in Colorado Springs

One of the largest health systems in Colorado and Kansas is excited to welcome a stroke/neurohospitalist to its hospitals in the Colorado Springs area. The new neurologist will have the opportunity to practice in a state-of-the-art hospital that is currently a primary stroke center with plans to quickly achieve comprehensive status.

Hospital Highlights:
• 500+ beds
• Primary stroke center with plans to become comprehensive
• The Hospital is the market leader
• Large catchment area
• Dedicated neuro-ICU

Position Highlights:
• Opportunity exists at two local hospitals
• One of the locations will be great for someone who has an interest in seeing a high volume of stroke cases. The other location will have some stroke cases but will have a higher amount of general inpatient neurology.
• The need exists due to programmatic growth.
• Schedule will be 7on/7off
• Will have the opportunity to participate in tele-stroke in lieu of some of the scheduled shifts in the hospital
• Competitive compensation


Location Details:
The natural beauty of snow-capped peaks, bike trails and open spaces, access to arts and cultural venues, family attractions, proximity to world-class ski resorts, and over 300 days of sunshine each year enhances the magic that is Colorado Springs. With a population of over 400,000, Colorado Springs is the second most populous city in the state of Colorado, behind Denver. Money Magazine rated the city number one - the Best Big City in the nation to live and work. Cities Ranked & Rated ranked the community 4th in the nation based on a rigorous analysis including cost of living, climate, education, health and healthcare, crime, transportation, leisure, arts and culture, economy and jobs, and overall quality of life.

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Type: Neurology

Subspecialty: Neurohospitalist, Stroke

Position #: 3135

State: Colorado

Characteristics: Access to large metropolitan area, Diverse community, Excellent schools nearby, Mountains nearby, Near lakes and gorgeous natural areas


Neurosurgery :

Academic Spine Neurosurgery Opportunity

Due to expansion, a leading academic and tertiary referral center is seeking a fellowship trained neurosurgeon with an interest in spine to join their nationally recognized program. The medical center is the region’s only level 1 trauma center, and the first certified Comprehensive Stroke Center in the state.

The Neurosurgery Department is composed of clinician-scientists and clinicians that foster a culture of team building and cooperation. The Neurosurgery faculty has a commitment to laboratory and/or clinical research and has protected time to pursue these goals.

Practice Highlights:

• General call will be 1:11
• Approximately 175 cases anticipated in year one; 250+ once established
• O.R. block time available
• Well-run department with outstanding operations leader collaborating with the chairman
• Each subspecialty division has a PA, in addition four PAs are hospital based for call, rounding, etc.
• Latest technology and equipment
• Attractive base plus bonus compensation structure


This location is one of the largest cities in the nation while offering the perfect blend of small-town charm and cosmopolitan advantages. The city has a thriving arts community, world-class health facilities, nationally recognized schools, scenic waterfront, superb restaurants, historic homes, outstanding college sports, and a quality of life that is the envy of many larger metropolitan centers.

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Type: Neurosurgery

Subspecialty: Spine

Position #: 3136

State: Kentucky

Characteristics: Teaching encouraged, Low cost of living area


Neurology :

Inpatient and Outpatient Neurology Sub-specialists Need at a Cleveland Area Academic Medical Center

A leading academic Health System in Cleveland, Ohio, is recruiting neurologists with training or interest in Multiple Sclerosis, Stroke, General Neurohospitalist, and General Neurology to join its area hospitals.

The team currently consists of four neurologists and three advanced practice practitioners (APPs).

Hospital Highlights:
• Level 1 Trauma Center
• Certified Stroke Center
• 619-bed main campus hospital
• H-1B Visa support available

MS/Neuroimmunology Highlights:
• Faculty Appointment
• 8-5 Monday-Friday schedule
• Additional Leadership Role as Director of Neuroimmunology available for interested candidates
• No Call - Outpatient-only practice
• Grow to 100% subspecialty volume over time

Neurohospitalist Highlights:
• Faculty Appointment
• 100% Inpatient position
• 7on/7off schedule

Stroke Highlights:
• Faculty Appointment
• 8-5 Monday-Friday schedule
• IP/OP split position. Outpatient responsibilities include seeing stroke follow-ups in the clinic

General Neurology Highlights:
• Faculty Appointment
• Predominantly outpatient practice
• 8-5 Monday-Friday schedule
• No Call - Outpatient-only practice

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Type: Neurology

Subspecialty: General Neurology, Multiple Sclerosis/Neuro-Immunology, Neurohospitalist, Stroke

Position #: 3139

State: Ohio


Neurology :

Large Children's Hospital in East Tennessee Seeking additional Pediatric Neurologists

A large children’s hospital in East Tennessee is seeking additional pediatric neurologists to join its team. This is an opportunity to join a well-established group of four experienced pediatric neurologists. The program is a comprehensive medical center with more than 100 pediatric subspecialists, including pediatric neurosurgery and genetics, serving patients throughout the East Tennessee region. As the only neurology practice in the area dedicated solely to pediatric patients, their team is committed to providing an exceptional level of care for children with mild to complex neurological conditions.

Position Highlights:
• 152-bed Comprehensive Regional Pediatric Center
• AASM Accredited Sleep Center
• Level III Neonatal Intensive Care Unit
• J1 and H1b Visa Support
• Competitive Salary and Benefits
• Neurosurgical Support
• Nurse Practitioner Support

East Tennessee offers a blend of small-town southern charm and big-city opportunity. The area is known for hospitality, affordability, and convenience. Nestled in the foothills of the Great Smoky Mountains, Knoxville sits on the banks of the Tennessee River and offers outdoor enthusiasts a wealth of possibilities. There are over 50 miles of multi-use trails in the Knoxville Urban Wilderness and an expanding array of local breweries and restaurants, many of which can be reached by Knoxville’s growing greenways. This area offers great educational opportunities and is a wonderful place to raise a family and continue your medical career.

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Type: Neurology

Subspecialty: Child Neurology

Position #: 3140

State: Tennessee

Characteristics: Access to large metropolitan area, Attractive schedule options available, Diverse community, Excellent schools nearby, Visa support available, Well organized and managed practice, No/Low state income tax


Neurosurgery :

Oklahoma Private Practice Looking for New Partner, Join a Well-Established Group with Plenty of Volume

A private practice in Oklahoma is recruiting a Board-Eligible or Board-Certified spine focused neurosurgeon with interest in minimally invasive spine to join its growing practice. The new hire will be working alongside one neurosurgeon at their private practice. They are hoping to find a neurosurgeon to eventually pass the practice on to.

This health system works with two hospitals:

A medical center with a 620-bed hospital that has been a respected leader in the state for almost 100 years. They offer a multitude of services including cardiology, maternity, emergency, burn care, orthopedics and surgery.

A hospital that was founded in 2001 by a group of physicians who wanted a place to provide care their patients deserved. The patient-focused surgical hospital is licensed for 75 beds including 6 intensive care beds, and 20 operating rooms. They employ over 500 individuals. The physicians at this hospital are not employees of it, they come from independent practices which makes it a unique community.

Practice Highlights:

• Block OR time every Tuesday and Thursday
• Call is 1:6, taken one week at a time and shared with community neurosurgeons
• EMR
• Equipment Includes: C-Arm, MRI, Ultrasound, X-Ray
• Minimal Trauma
• Anticipated first year volume of 300+
• Internal Pain Management Clinic
• Hospital sponsored one- year income guarantee
• Practice includes two orthopedic doctors and a PA with potential to add a second PA when needed
• Stem cell research well supported

This location is a beautiful place to live for all ages. It was ranked one of the best places to live and one of the best places to retire. While it offers a suburban feel, it has plenty of bars, restaurants and parks. This area has a wide variety of suburbs that vary from historic and modern that also offer areas for country living. There is something for everyone. They offer good public schools and is a very affordable place to live which makes it great for families to settle down.

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Type: Neurosurgery

Subspecialty: Spine

Position #: 3141

State: Oklahoma

Characteristics: Attractive schedule options available, Excellent work/life balance, No or low trauma call, Research support available, Well organized and managed practice


Neurology :

Outpatient Neurology Opportunities outside of Pittsburgh, PA

A health system in the suburbs of Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania is seeking additional neurologists to join its practice. The new neurologists will be hired by the Health System and work alongside the local Physicians Group. The neurologists at the private practice are excited to welcome a new neurologist to join their friendly team in the community.

The overall needs at the Health System are for a Neurologist to see General volume, however neurologists with subspecialty interests in Neuromuscular medicine could see a majority of EMG/Neuromuscular. Interests in Epilepsy, Multiple Sclerosis, and Movement Disorders would also be well-supported and encouraged to build subspecialty clinics.

Health System Highlights:
• 30-minutes from Pittsburgh
• 300-bed hospital
• Referring hospital for two large academic medical centers
• Primary Stroke Center

Position Highlights:
• 1:3 call schedule, moving to 1:4
• Call is consultative and is taken from home
• No Stroke call - tele-stroke provided by a local health center
• Neuromuscular interests would be very well supported
• Neurologists with backgrounds in Epilepsy, Multiple Sclerosis, and Movement Disorders would also be good fits
• Clinic located less than 5 minutes from the hospital
• APP support
• Teaching available and encouraged with their large family medicine residency
• Above MGMA Median compensation
• Base + productivity compensation model

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Type: Neurology

Subspecialty: Epilepsy, General Neurology, Movement Disorders, Multiple Sclerosis/Neuro-Immunology, Neuromuscular, EMG, EEG

Position #: 3143

State: Pennsylvania

Characteristics: Above market compensation package, Access to large metropolitan area, Excellent schools nearby, Teaching encouraged, Visa support available, Low cost of living area


Neurology :

New Jersey's Premier Neuroscience Program Seeks Additional Neurologists

A premier, 5-hospital health system in Northern and Central New Jersey is excited to welcome additional neurologists to each of their locations. Candidates with interest in general and stroke fellowship trained neurohospitalists roles, EMG / neuromuscular, general neurology, headache, movement disorders, and MS / neuro-immunology are of particular interest, but all interested candidates are welcome to apply.

System Highlights –
• Large, dedicated neuroscience institute
• EMU
• Level IV Epilepsy Center
• 20-chair infusion suite
• 10-bed neuro-ICU
• DBS program
• Comprehensive & Primary Stroke Centers
• Opportunities for teaching and research
• Great work / life balance
• Very competitive compensation
• Beautiful, family-friendly area

Outpatient Opportunity Highlights –
• 7 on / off scheduling for inpatient neurologists
• M-F, 8-5 scheduling for outpatient neurologists
• Opportunities for leadership
• Neurology & stroke trained NPs
• Tele-stroke services in place
• 1:13, non-burdensome call

Inpatient / Neurohospitalist Opportunity Highlights --

• 7 on / 7 off scheduling
• Admitting service line
• Dedicated team of stroke NPs
• Stroke neurologists will have dedicated, remote tele-stroke days built into schedule
• Opportunity for Stroke Medical Director at Chilton Medical Center


Northern and central New Jersey is home to beautiful, suburban locales, as well as many arts and cultural outlets, great shopping and restaurants, and wonderful public and private schooling options. With quick access to New York City and other metropolitan areas, it’s a great place to live, work, and play!

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Type: Neurology

Subspecialty: Clinical Neurophysiology (EEG or EMG), General Neurology, Headache, Movement Disorders, Multiple Sclerosis/Neuro-Immunology, Neurohospitalist, Neuromuscular, Stroke, Alzheimer's Disease/Dementia, EMG

Position #: 3148

State: New Jersey

Characteristics: Access to large metropolitan area, Attractive schedule options available, Diverse community, Excellent schools nearby, Leadership role available, Research support available


Neurology :

Academic Main Campus in Kentucky Seeking Neuro-Oncology Leader!

A leading academic and tertiary referral center is seeking a neurologist with a focus on Neuro-Oncology to join its nationally recognized program. The program has a strong tradition of providing the very best in patient care with world-renowned developments in trauma response.

Hospital Highlights:
• Academic Teaching & Research Hospital
• Second-to-none Cancer Center
• 10-bed Neuro-ICU and Additional Stroke ICU and Neuro-ICUs at Nearby Hospital
• Level 1 Trauma Center
• Comprehensive Stroke Center

Neuro-Oncology Highlights:
• Medical Director of Neuro-Oncology Opportunity available
• Research and Scholarship responsibilities will include being involved in basic, translational, and/or clinical research
• Appointment in Neurosurgery, Neurology, and Oncology
• Position includes both dedicated clinical time and protected time for research and clinical trials
• Support staff and Mid-level NPs assist the Neuro-Oncology program

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Type: Neurology

Subspecialty: Neuro-oncology

Position #: 3150

State: Kentucky


APP :

Hospital in Western Indiana is Seeking a Neurology NP/PA

A hospital in Indiana is recruiting an experienced Neurology Nurse Practitioner or Physician Assistant. The neurology team includes four neurologists and one nurse practitioner. They diagnose and treat headaches, epilepsy, multiple sclerosis, and sleep disorders and perform EEG and EMG studies. Become part of a collegial team at this hospital that is a Level III Trauma Center and Primary Stroke Center.

Practice Highlights:
• Outpatient Opportunity (M-F)
• No Call
• Complete Office Evaluations, Medical Diagnosis, Treatment and Follow-Up
• Competitive Salary and Benefits Package

This Midwest community is a vibrant college-town. The town's downtown district is a booming hub for local businesses, restaurants, and seasonal events. For those who love big cities, residents can visit nearby Chicago, Indianapolis, Cincinnati, Louisville, Champaign, and St. Louis for planned day trips. The city has a lot to offer, from good schools to recreation and entertainment. Local recreational activities at parks, a historical theatre, and numerous museums are some of the favorite locations for residents to visit. For residents who call this community home, the cost of living is low compared to nearby areas, making it easy to find great real estate options. There are nearly 1M residents in adjacent counties who visit this city as the commercial hub of the region.

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Type: APP

Subspecialty: NP/PA - Neurology

Position #: 3151

State: Indiana

Characteristics: Access to large metropolitan area, Excellent work/life balance, Low cost of living area


Neurology :

Academic Illinois Program Seeks Additional Neurologists

A premier medical center in Illinois is seeking additional neurologists to join its practice. The new neurologist will join the three-neurologist team at the medical center and will have opportunities to partner with the 12 neurologists at another nearby location.

The current needs for the Illinois Medical Center are for a general inpatient, and general outpatient neurologist, though neurologists with subspecialty interests in headache, MS / neuro-immunology and dementia would be well-supported. Neurologists would be able to build subspecialty volume over time up to approximately 80%. For interested candidates, residency program director, and neurology service line director opportunities exist. For these leadership positions, additional stipends and protected administrative time are both available.

Medical Center Highlights

• 221-Bed Medical Center
• Level 2 Trauma Center
• Primary Stroke Center

Position Highlights

• General inpatient and majority outpatient practices
• 24/7 telestroke coverage is in place to aid with call coverage
• Call Schedule: 3 days of overnight call per month, 1 weekend per month, inpatient service call 1 week per month
• Leadership opportunities exist for interested candidates
• General neurology, headache neurology, and cognitive/behavioral neurology subspecialties would be particularly well-supported
• Teaching opportunities are available to teach neurology, neurosurgery, and family medicine residents
• Research opportunities available
• H-1B visa support available
• APP support

This Illinois city is a vibrant, culturally diverse location, with a medical draw area of around 250,000. The city is about 2 1/2 hours from Chicago, IL, and St. Louis, MO, and 2 hours from Indianapolis, Indiana. This upper/middle-class locale is home to 2 universities, and 2 nationally recognized insurance companies. The community culturally diverse with excellent schools and a low cost of living. The crime rate is among the lowest in the country.

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Type: Neurology

Subspecialty: Clinical Neurophysiology (EEG or EMG), General Neurology, Headache, Multiple Sclerosis/Neuro-Immunology, Stroke, Alzheimer's Disease/Dementia, EMG, EEG

Position #: 3152

State: Illinois

Characteristics: Above market compensation package, Diverse community, Research support available, Student loan repayment available, Teaching encouraged, Well organized and managed practice, Low cost of living area


Neurosurgery :

Midwest College Town Seeking General Neurosurgeon to Capture Abundance of Cases

A hospital in the Midwest is recruiting a neurosurgeon. This is a great opportunity for a neurosurgeon with general neurosurgery interests or a neurosurgeon who wants to capture the cranial cases which are currently being shipped out of town. Leadership opportunities are available.

The hospital is a level III trauma center with 255 beds. Call is 1:3 and PA’s will take first call in the future. The hospital is Certified as a Primary Stroke Center. They are also certified as a Comprehensive Community Cancer Center. The health system has a majority share of the primary care market which includes 80 primary care physicians. With newly hired neurosurgeons, the hospital will reestablish referral patterns from their internal primary care network. Currently all cranial cases and 50% of neurosurgery cases are being shipped out of town.
There is currently one neurosurgeon that started April 2021 and another that started October 2021. A third neurosurgeon is mostly retired and helps with call.

Practice Highlights
• Anticipated case load for year 1: 150, with 300+ cases once established
• Case mix is 75% spine: 25% cranial with room to grow cranial volume
• Dedicated ORs for neurosurgery; Block OR time available
• Mid-level providers available to help
• Neurologist takes care of patients in the ICU
• Technology includes O-Arm, Zeiss Microscopes, Gamma Knife, Neuromonitoring

This Midwest community is a vibrant college-town. The town's downtown district is a booming hub for local businesses, restaurants, and seasonal events. For those who love big cities, residents can visit nearby Chicago, Indianapolis, Cincinnati, Louisville, Champaign, and St. Louis for planned day trips. The city has a lot to offer, from good schools to recreation and entertainment. Local recreational activities at parks, a historical theatre, and numerous museums are some of the favorite locations for residents to visit. For residents who call this community home, the cost of living is low compared to nearby areas, making it easy to find great real estate options. There are nearly 1M residents in adjacent counties who visit this city as the commercial hub of the region.

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Type: Neurosurgery

Subspecialty: General Neurosurgery, Neurosurgical Oncology/Skull Base

Position #: 3161

State: Indiana

Characteristics: Low cost of living area


Neurology :

Large Remote IONM Company Seeks Additional Readers - Work 100% from home!

A large remote IONM company is expanding and excited to hire full-time experienced IONM neurologists to join its team of remote readers.

Opportunity to work with surgeons to provide a suite of services that support intraoperative neuromonitoring and neurologist oversight activities during invasive surgeries. They have a team of skilled certified technologists and neurologists dedicated to offering professional monitoring services.

Company Details:
• Leadership is committed to the quality of patient care and not the quantity of cases
• State-of-the-art equipment to ensure accurate patient data during surgery
• Strong incentive plan with full benefits
• Collegial focused team
• Approximately 25,000 cases per year

Position Details:
• 1:5 weekend call
• 4-day work week (1 day of call with next day off)
• 100% Remote - Work from the comfort of your home

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Type: Neurology

Subspecialty: Clinical Neurophysiology (EEG or EMG), Epilepsy, EEG, IONM

Position #: 3165

State: Nevada

Characteristics: Attractive schedule options available, Excellent work/life balance, Leadership role available, Well organized and managed practice, Low cost of living area, Remote work


Neurology :

Outpatient and Inpatient Neurology Vacancies with Western Indiana Hospital

A healthcare system in Western Central Indiana is currently seeking a Medical Director for their Neurohospitalist service line, several staff neurohospitalists, as well as a number of outpatient neurologists. The team of four neurologists is excited to welcome both junior and experienced candidates to their collegial team. The program is recruiting due to expansion of the neurology service line, demand in the area, and the system's overall desire to support its patients. Neurologists with subspecialty training in epilepsy and headache would be well-supported, in the context of general neurology.

Hospital Highlights:
• Primary Stroke Center (currently pursuing comprehensive stroke certification)
• Level 3 Trauma Center
• 300+ bed Hospital

Neurohospitalist Highlights:
• Medical Director and Staff Neurohospitalist positions available
• No call after shift ends; tele-neurology is in place to support patients after hours
• APP support with dedicated PA
• Visa support for J-1 visa holders and H-1b visa holders
• Competitive Base + Quality Bonus

Outpatient Neurology Highlights:
• Can support specialty volume if a candidate would like to build over time
• Majority EMG volume can be supported for interested candidates
• Epilepsy specialty interests can be particularly well-accommodated as the hospital is open to building an EMU
• APP support with dedicated PA
• Visa support for J-1 visa holders and H-1b visa holders

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Type: Neurology

Subspecialty: Epilepsy, General Neurology, Neurohospitalist, EMG, EEG

Position #: 3166

State: Indiana

Characteristics: Access to large metropolitan area, Attractive schedule options available, Excellent work/life balance, Leadership role available


Neurology :

Teaching Hospital Seeks Neurology Leader and Sub-Specialists

A 478-bed acute care non-profit teaching hospital in New Jersey is seeking adult neurologists to join its program. There is an opportunity to become the Chief of Neurology and assist in the development of their adult neurology service line for qualified candidates. Sub-specialty training in Stroke, MS, or Headache would be especially welcome and well-supported, but all sub-specialties are encouraged to apply.

Position Highlights:
• 13 Chair Infusion Suite with two stretcher bays
• Teaching and Research Encouraged and well-supported
• Internal Medicine Residency Program
• Tele-Stroke in place (No Stroke or Trauma Call)
• Outpatient Focused Position
• H1b Visa Support

About the area:
This thriving New Jersey city is located just 27 miles southwest of Manhattan and is home to several medical teaching and research institutions. This city is also home to museums, theaters, fine art centers, and a well-known music scene. With plenty of cultural options, high-quality educational institutions, easy access to NYC and Philadelphia, and a rich and diverse medical community, the area is a wonderful place to live.

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Type: Neurology

Subspecialty: Headache, Multiple Sclerosis/Neuro-Immunology, Stroke

Position #: 3169

State: New Jersey


Neurology :

Pediatric Neuroscience Institute Seeks Additional Neurologists

A 478-bed acute care non-profit teaching hospital in New Jersey is seeking additional pediatric neurologists to join its pediatric neurosciences team. Sub-specialty training in Epilepsy would be especially welcome and well-supported, but all sub-specialty pediatric neurologists are encouraged to apply.

The children’s hospital offers a full range of pediatric specialized healthcare services for newborns and children through young adulthood and operates one of the largest, most advanced neonatal intensive care units in the country.

The health system’s pediatric neuroscience institute combines three key areas of clinical care under a single roof: neurology, developmental pediatrics, and neurosurgery. In doing so, the institute offers comprehensive neurological evaluation and management for children. With an inpatient epilepsy monitoring unit and a dedicated outpatient space, the institute offers a full range of specializations in the treatment of childhood diseases and disorders.

Position Highlights:
• Teaching and Research
• 10-bed EMU in pediatric ward can be read remotely overnight
• 24-hour EEG tech coverage
• Clinical research available
• Call is one week, every 6 weeks
• Only inpatient during call week
• Join 7 pediatric epileptologists
• Highly collegial team
• Neuro-trained support staff

About the area:
This thriving New Jersey city is located just 27 miles southwest of Manhattan and is home to several medical teaching and research institutions. This city is also home to museums, theaters, fine art centers, and a well-known music scene. With plenty of cultural options, high-quality educational institutions, easy access to NYC and Philadelphia, and a rich and diverse medical community, the area is a wonderful place to live.

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Type: Neurology

Subspecialty: Child Neurology, Epilepsy

Position #: 3169

State: New Jersey


Neurology :

Endovascular Surgical Neurology Opportunity Near NYC

An established private practice on Long Island, NY, is seeking an endovascular surgical neurologist. This is an exciting opportunity for someone who wants to step into immediate volume and have a busy interventional practice.

Position Highlights:
• Busy endovascular practice, expect 300+ cases/ year; combination of stroke, AVM, and brain aneurysms
• Work out of a Comprehensive Stroke Center
• Extensive APP and hospitalist support
• Call is one week/ month, exclusively for neurointerventional cases
• Mixed inpatient and outpatient practice
• Potential for population health research
• Opportunity to staff the NCCU, if desired
• Competitive compensation package with unlimited earning potential

Located in Suffolk County in Long Island, it is only an hour to Manhattan and 40 minutes to Queens. the area offers more affordable housing than you would find in the city and many public and private school options. It offers the best of both worlds – suburban living with an easy drive into the city!

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Type: Neurology

Subspecialty: Interventional, Neurocritical Care, Stroke

Position #: 3173

State: New York

Characteristics: Above market compensation package, Access to large metropolitan area, Attractive schedule options available, Beach community, Diverse community, Excellent schools nearby, Excellent work/life balance, Well organized and managed practice


Neurology :

Stroke Neurohospitalist Opportunity in Idyllic Wisconsin

A large health system in La Crosse, WI is seeking additional stroke neurohospitalists and neurohospitalists to join its established team. This is an award winning, physician-led, integrated health system, employing over 600 physicians.

Highlights:
• 7 on 7 off schedule consisting of mainly daytime and evening shifts with very minimal overnights
• Collaborative, cohesive hospitalist team with high retention rate and growth
• 32-member internal medicine hospitalist team comprised of 22 physicians and 10 associate staff
• Primary responsibility is adult inpatient care
• Manageable daily census
• Excellent support and collegiality with subspecialty services
• Consult only service, hospitalist admits
• Loan forgiveness

La Crosse and surrounding communities offer safe neighborhoods, excellent schools, affordable housing, remarkable natural beauty and extensive recreational and cultural choices. All of this, coupled with a competitive compensation and benefit package, makes this a premier opportunity.

Must have completed an accredited graduate medical training program and be board certified or eligible within the area of medicine stated. In addition, must have or be able to obtain a license to practice in our multi-state region with no restrictions or limitations. Medical staff in our system will supervise advanced practice clinicians. Medical staff may need to provide outreach service as part of their role in the system. Teaching students, residents, fellows or clinical staff is cornerstone to our Medical Education philosophy and an expectation of all medical staff.

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Type: Neurology

Subspecialty: Neurohospitalist, Stroke

Position #: 3175

State: Wisconsin


Neurosurgery :

Busy Private Practice Seeking Endovascular Neurosurgeon

A busy private practice is recruiting 2 endovascular-trained neurosurgeons. The group is hiring due to neurosurgeons in the group working at full capacity. Additionally, they are succession planning for a neurosurgeon that plans to retire. Immediate volume is available with 250+ cases the first year with 50% of the cases being vascular and 50% general neurosurgery. Both experienced neurosurgeons and new grads are encouraged to apply with mentorship available for new grads.

The private practice is comprised of 6 collegial neurosurgeons including an endovascular neurosurgeon. The most recent partner to join the group was in 2011 and no one has left since. There is very minimal local competition. The group has an excellent reputation in the community and a hospital does marketing on the group’s behalf.

The group covers four hospitals, but the new neurosurgeon can expect to practice primarily at two locations. The group has a great long-standing relationship with the hospital system. Locations include a flagship hospital with 350 beds and is a level II trauma center, a 325-bed level III trauma center, a 470-bed level III trauma center, and a 200-bed location that is not a designated trauma center.

Practice Highlights:
• Immediate volume- partners see 350+ cases/year
• Call is 1:2 vascular, 1:5, 1:6 weekends for general neurosurgery
• 2-3 OR days/week
• Each neurosurgeon has their own APP with an additional APP at each hospital
• Case mix is 50% vascular (including open and endo): 50% general neurosurgery
• Neurosurgeons on general neurosurgery call typically receive one call/night
• Minimal pediatric neurosurgery cases
• 2-year partnership track

This Midwest city has a metro population of more than 355,000 people. It is full of attractions to fill evenings and weekends. They have many things to enjoy including multiple museums, a zoo, a botanical garden, and many nature activities. They have a beautiful downtown area that is bordered by a bike/walking trail and is right on a river. With such a variety of things to do, there is something for everyone. The city offers a variety of parochial, private and public schools. Their charter school high school is the best in the state. This location is 2-3 hours from many large cities.

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Type: Neurosurgery

Subspecialty: Endovascular

Position #: 3181

State: Indiana

Characteristics: Well organized and managed practice, Low cost of living area


Neurosurgery :

Busy and Established Midwest Private Practice Seeking General Neurosurgeon

A busy private practice is recruiting a general neurosurgeon. The group is hiring due to neurosurgeons in the group working at full capacity. Additionally, they are succession planning for a neurosurgeon that plans to retire. Immediate volume is available with 250+ cases the first year with an 80% spine: 20% cranial case mix. Both experienced neurosurgeons and new grads are encouraged to apply with mentorship available for new grads.

The private practice is comprised of 6 collegial neurosurgeons. The most recent partner to join the group was in 2011 and no one has left since. There is very minimal local competition. The group has an excellent reputation in the community and a hospital does marketing on the group’s behalf.

The group covers four hospitals, but the new neurosurgeon can expect to practice primarily at two locations. The group has a great long-standing relationship with the hospital system. Locations include a flagship hospital with 350 beds and is a level II trauma center, a 325 bed level III trauma center, a 470 bed level III trauma center and a 200 bed location that is not a designated trauma center.

Practice Highlights:
• Immediate volume- partners see 350+ cases/year
• Call is 1:2 vascular, 1:6 for general, 1:6 weekends for general neurosurgery
• 2-3 OR days/week
• Each neurosurgeon has their own APP with an additional APP at each hospital
• Case mix is 80% spine: 20% cranial
• Neurosurgeons on general neurosurgery call typically receive one call/night
• Minimal pediatric neurosurgery cases
• 2 year partnership track
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This Midwest city has a metro population of more than 355,000 people. It is full of attractions to fill evenings and weekends. They have many things to enjoy including multiple museums, a zoo, a botanical garden, and many nature activities. They have a beautiful downtown area that is bordered by a bike/walking trail and is right on a river. With such a variety of things to do, there is something for everyone. The city offers a variety of parochial, private and public schools. Their charter school high school is the best in the state. This location is 2-3 hours from many large cities.

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Type: Neurosurgery

Subspecialty: General Neurosurgery

Position #: 3181

State: Indiana

Characteristics: Well organized and managed practice, Low cost of living area


Neurosurgery :

Southern Coastal Location Looking for General & Subspecialized Neurosurgeons to Join Employed Group

A hospital in a southern coastal location is recruiting a general neurosurgeon to join its established group of two neurosurgeons and a third one is joining them summer 2022. The new hire can expect a general neurosurgery practice and someone with endovascular interests or neuro-oncology interests can be supported.

The ideal person will want to be part of the growth of the neurosciences program at the health system. The program currently includes neurology, PM&R, pain management and neurosurgery. The practice admits to a Level III center. There is a Level I center in town that often goes on diversion, so this hospital often functions as a Level II center.

The new hire will walk into immediate volume. To help build the neurosciences center of excellence, they have recently hired a neurocritical care/endovascular surgical neuro-radiologist. An endovascular neurosurgeon would be a welcome addition to the team to partner with this venture. A cancer center is part of the health system with a comprehensive cancer program. The team conducts weekly tumor conferences and have formed a partnership with a nearby academic center where complex cases are discussed. A candidate with neuro-oncology interests can be well supported.

Practice Highlights:
• Walk into immediate volume with a medical draw of 600,000
• Research opportunities available through a nearby university
• Established internal referral base as well as private practice referrals
• No pediatric coverage
• 1 in 4 call schedule and each neurosurgeon has dedicated APP who takes first call
• Collaborative relationship with hospital administration
• Block OR time
• Very competitive base salary plus RVU incentive plus call pay

Hospital Highlights:

• 681-bed Level III facility
• Largest health system in the southern part of the state dominant hospital in the area
• Dedicated 14-bed neuro-ICU that is expanding
• 2 Brand new Zeiss Pentero microscopes
• MRI
• Brainlab navigation and CT
• C-Arm
• Brand new bi-planar suite recently installed

This is a coastal southern town and is located minutes away from the Gulf of Mexico. This is a midsized city that is perfect for those love the outdoors, in particular water activities. Residents have the option to live in quaint sidewalk communities lined with water oaks, on rivers or on the beautiful bay. The are offers the perfect mix of excellent restaurants and events you would find in a large city, and the hospitality and relationships you would expect to find in a small town. There are excellent public and private school options in the area, along with a diverse population with access to many different cultures and religions.

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Type: Neurosurgery

Subspecialty: Endovascular, General Neurosurgery, Neurosurgical Oncology/Skull Base

Position #: 3184

State: Alabama

Characteristics: Beach community, Excellent schools nearby, Research support available


Neurosurgery :

Prestigious Academic Center Seeking Neurocritical Care Neurosurgeon

A prestigious university is recruiting an ABNS BE/BC neurocritical care trained neurosurgeon for their Neuro ICU at their main campus. The Neuro ICU, established in 2008, is expanding and moving toward a 24/7 in-house service. Join a multidisciplinary team of ICU physicians including a neurosurgeon (unit director), an emergency medicine physician and two neurologists. The program is supportive of the candidate developing another neurosurgical subspecialty along with a critical care primary interest. The new neurosurgeon will be encouraged to develop a research program related to his/her clinical practice and interests and will mentor the neurosurgery resident assigned to Neuro-ICU service. Trainees and experienced neurosurgeons are invited to apply.

The university’s flagship hospital’s is ranked the #1 hospital in the state by US News and World Report for last nine years. Newsweek ranked the hospital a top 100 Global hospital, which included only 25 US hospitals. They are a major health system, a teaching hospital with many residency programs, and a major stroke center. The hospital is a level I trauma center with 505 beds.

Highlights
• Shifts will be divided between the 5 physicians.
• 20 Neuro-ICU beds and expanding to 30 beds.
• Open-cooperative Neuro-ICU
• General call is approx. 1:9
• Current NP and PA staff of 5 with 2 recruitments underway and planned recruitments of 3 more. Highly stable nursing staff is experienced.
• 15 neurosurgeons in the department. Collaborative and collegial environment with minimal turnover.

The state capitol has a metro population of 665,000 people. It is known for offering a small town feel in a medium sized city with large metropolitan amenities. The city is consistently rated “Best City” with its ideal combination of natural beauty, stimulating cultural events, and outstanding public and private schools. Outdoor recreation includes an abundance of parks including memorable experiences like “Opera in the Park” and five lakes. Cultural offerings include museums, food events and tours, and theatre and performing arts. There is a great music scene with visiting performances festivals, and live music on the waterfront. The community is diverse and safe, and known for its hospitality and friendliness. Downtown is a unique shopping, business and cultural district that boasts more than 300 retail, restaurant, and entertainment establishments, most locally owned. Sports enthusiasts will love the university sports team as well as minor league baseball and an amateur hockey team. Major cities including Milwaukee, Chicago, and Minneapolis are 90 minutes, 2.5 hours, and 4 hours away, respectively.

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Type: Neurosurgery

Subspecialty: Neurocricial Care

Position #: 3185

State: Wisconsin

Characteristics: Diverse community, Excellent schools nearby, Research support available, Teaching encouraged


Neurosurgery :

Academically Affiliated Hospital Seeking Spine Focused Neurosurgeon in Midwest College Town

An academic institution is seeking a general/spine neurosurgeon to join their community hospital practice. This is a busy clinical position with an academic appointment and the opportunity to mentor neurosurgery residents that will rotate through the hospital. Videoconferencing capability exists with the ability to work very collaboratively with the main campus and allow interested candidates to join conferences.

The community hospital is a level III trauma center with 350 beds and the only hospital in its city. Within their 12-county catchment area there is a major opportunity to capture more patients due to little or no neurosurgeon presence (outside of their practice) in their target market. The senior neurosurgeon, who is well established in the community, is planning to wind down his practice and retire in the near future. There is a lot of volume to be captured and the new neurosurgeon will be able to ramp up quickly based on outmigration data and because a neurosurgeon recently left to work at another of the academic institution’s hospitals.

This community hospital serves as a tertiary referral center and teaching hospital. The hospital is a leader in the academic institutions system and its state’s for quality outcomes in a number of categories, including patient safety and stroke care. The hospital embraces state-of-the-art technological developments. The community hospital has undergone expansive renovations in the last few years with more than $8 million invested in facility upgrades. Their cancer center provides medical and radiation oncology expertise and the latest clinical research to treat all types and stages of cancer.

Practice Highlights:
• 200 cases the first year, 300 long term
• Call is 1:3 and it is not burdensome
• RN in office with 20 years experience- magnet hospital status; plans to hire mid-level support
• 18 bed ICU with full complement of intensivist and hospitalist support as well as CCRN’s with neurosurgery experience
• Newly remodeled 25 bed Ortho/Neuro unit
• Large referral network
• Marketing team and physician liaison to help the new neurosurgeon establish, keep, and grow important relationships with referral network
• Block OR time available
• New Technology including Medtronic navigation and O-arm, 4 GE 128 Slice CT Scanner

This location has a population of 70,000 and is located 60 miles northeast of a major city. This location is a unique college town with an excellent sense of community as a result of very generous philanthropy. The area offers an affordable cost of living with the amenities of larger cities. There are a wide variety of cultural activities available including museums and concerts. There is an arts district and a variety of festivals, entertainment along with numerous locally owned retail venues. Outdoor activities include canoeing, kayaking and tubing, a day of golfing or riding horses. There is a 62-mile paved outdoor trail that provides free bike rental. There is a popular lake area one hour away and provides ample water activity opportunities. Depending on the neighborhood, public school quality ranges from good to excellent. In addition, there are a number of excellent private schools available. It offers close proximity to other metropolitan areas.

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Type: Neurosurgery

Subspecialty: General Neurosurgery, Spine

Position #: 3186

State: Indiana

Characteristics: Excellent schools nearby, Visa support available, Tort reform state, Low cost of living area


Neurology :

Inpatient and Outpatient Neurology Opportunities in Southern New Jersey

A health system in Atlantic City, New Jersey is actively recruiting inpatient neurologists for its area hospitals. The neurology team is very excited to welcome neurologists with training in Vascular Neurology. There are opportunities available for neurohospitalists, as well as inpatient/outpatient split opportunities.

Hospital System Highlights:
• 621 beds between two hospitals
• Level 2 Trauma Center
• Primary Stroke Center & Comprehensive Stroke Center
• 28 Neuro-ICU beds
• Competitive Compensation Packages

Inpatient Highlights:
• M-F, 8 hour days, rotating weekend coverage
• Stroke research opportunities available
• Leadership title available for the right candidate
• Teaching opportunities: Internal Medicine Residents and medical students rotate through
• Hospitalist and Neurointensivist cover hospital admissions
• APP Support
• Option available for inpatient/outpatient split position
• H-1B visa support available

About the area:
Southeastern New Jersey is, quite simply, a beautiful place to live and work. The region abounds with history, culture, the arts, sports, and recreation. The Jersey Shore is a major resort destination with excellent dining, entertainment, and shopping options. New Jersey’s pristine beaches, welcoming shore communities, and spectacular landscapes are nationally renowned. The region offers quality public and private schools, more than 30 active religious denominations, and a broad selection of places to live, from on the water or near a beach to more traditional suburban or rural settings.

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Type: Neurology

Subspecialty: Clinical Neurophysiology (EEG or EMG), Epilepsy, General Neurology, Movement Disorders, Neurohospitalist, Stroke, Alzheimer's Disease/Dementia

Position #: 3187

State: New Jersey


Neurology :

Neurocritical Care Faculty Needed for Large Academic Program in Mississippi

An Academic Program in Mississippi is recruiting Neurologists with fellowship training in neurocritical care to join their growing neuroscience department. Currently, the neurocritical care division consists of 5 neurointensivists and 8 APPs.

Medical Center Highlights:
• Level 1 Trauma Center
• Level 4 Epilepsy Center
• 722-Bed Hospital
• 20-bed dedicated Neuro-ICU (with occasional overflow beds off-unit)

Neurocritical Care Faculty Highlights:
• Teaching is a critical component
• 7-on/7-off schedule
• Support for Basic Science Research
• If a candidate has additional fellowship training and would like to see neurocritical care and another subspecialty volume, this can be accommodated
• Comprehensive benefits package and competitive compensation offer
• H-1b & J-1 Visa support available

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Type: Neurology

Subspecialty: Neurocritical Care

Position #: 3198

State: Mississippi

Characteristics: Access to large metropolitan area, Attractive schedule options available, Leadership role available, Particularly patient focused, Research support available, Low cost of living area


Neurology :

Academic Mississippi Medical Center seeks Movement Disorders and Neuromuscular Neurologists

An Academic Program in Mississippi is recruiting neurologists with fellowship training in Neuromuscular Neurology and Movement Disorders. They are excited to partner with the new neurologists to develop comprehensive centers in both Movement Disorders and Neuromuscular Neurology.

Movement Disorders Position Highlights:
• Leadership Opportunities for qualified candidates
• One Movement Disorders Neurologist, One NP, Two DBS Neurosurgeons with plans to hire a third
• Established Rehabilitation Program
• One of 54 programs in the country to have a designated Huntington's Disease Center of Excellence
• Opportunity to develop the only comprehensive movement disorders program in the State
• Protected Research and Administrative Time
• Teaching Supported and Strongly Encouraged


Neuromuscular Position Highlights:
• Leadership Opportunities for qualified candidates
• Established consortium of neuromuscular neurologists (Three Neuromuscular Neurologists and One NP)
• Institutional and departmental support to build a comprehensive neuromuscular program that includes research in addition to clinical care
• Neuropathologist with special training and experience in nerve and muscle biopsies on staff
• Multidisciplinary muscular dystrophy association (MDA) and ALS clinics
• Candidates with interest in Neuromuscular ultrasound would be welcome and well supported
• Facility averages 1,500 EMGs/year
• Neuromuscular Fellowship Program

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Type: Neurology

Subspecialty: Clinical Neurophysiology (EEG or EMG), Movement Disorders, Neuromuscular, EMG

Position #: 3198

State: Mississippi

Characteristics: Access to large metropolitan area, Attractive schedule options available, Leadership role available, Particularly patient focused, Research support available, Low cost of living area


Neurology :

Large Academic Hospital System near NYC and Philadelphia Seeking a Neurohospitalist and a Neuromuscular Neurologist

A Hospital System based in Eastern Pennsylvania is seeking neuromuscular-subspecialized neurologists, and neurohospitalists to join its team. This seven-hospital health system has a medical school on its Main campus that graduates 30 students every year, as well as 20 accredited residency programs, including a neurology residency. Outpatient clinics are based out of the program's nearby suburban location.

Main Hospital Highlights:
• Level 1 Trauma Center
• Comprehensive Stroke Center
• 480 beds
• Teaching Opportunity
• As of 2021, have 31 neurologists at the practice – fresh out of fellowship through mid-career

Neuromuscular Highlights:
• Fully Outpatient
• EEG/Epilepsy volume covered by current team
• Working out of nearby suburban outpatient offices
• 80% EMG/Neuromuscular volume to start, will likely build close to 100%, with occasional general neurology
• Call is only 1:8 covering the outpatient clinic; no inpatient call

Neurohospitalist Highlights:
• General Neurohospitalist role
• 7am - 7pm, 7-on/7-off schedule
• No night call
• Covering local community hospitals
• Consult-only service; admitting done by IM program
• APPs on-site at each location to assist with coverage

Additional program highlights:
• Teaching of medical students and neurology residents
• Support for Clinical Trials
• Concentrate on your clinical sub-specialty
• Flexible outpatient schedule
• Favorable location very close to Philadelphia and New York City
• Established Neurology program, with a fully staffed team of mid-level providers
• Stable and supportive administration

The hospital system is situated in the Lehigh Valley, near the New Jersey border, just one hour north of Philadelphia and 90 minutes south and west of New York City, with direct access to NYC by bus or car. Boasting a variety of restaurants and artistic venues, The Lehigh Valley is a lovely suburban community, with far more culture than many locations of comparable population. A mere twenty minutes away from excellent skiing in the Poconos and two hours from the beach, this is a location that offers a broad variety of entertainment options. With excellent public and private schools, including ten universities in the area, this is a marvelous community in which to raise a family.

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Type: Neurology

Subspecialty: Neurohospitalist, Neuromuscular

Position #: 3202

State: Pennsylvania

Characteristics: Access to large metropolitan area, Excellent schools nearby, Research support available, Teaching encouraged, Low cost of living area


Neurosurgery :

Academic Main Campus Spine Position in the Northeast/Mid-Atlantic

A well-established academic medical center in the Northeast/Mid-Atlantic is seeking a spine fellowship-trained academic neurosurgeon with expertise in complex and minimally-invasive spine techniques. The academic spine surgeon will have the opportunity to teach residents and will work at the main campus. Leadership opportunities available for those with experience.

This program is a Physician-led health care system that provides services to nearly 3 million people in 43 counties. It has been named one of the top 100 hospitals in the country. The hospital has 535 beds and the full spectrum of state-of-the-art equipment that allows the neurosurgeons to handle complex cases. It is a Level I Trauma Center and is the region's only Pediatric Trauma Center.

Highlights:
* Level 1 Trauma Center with strong trauma department support.
* Certified Primary Stroke Center
* Designated a Level 4 NAEC Epilepsy Center.
* Immediate volume available - one of current spine surgeons leaving to pursue other business ventures
* Very well-run institution with high physician satisfaction.
* State-of-the-art facilities and equipment offer frameless and framed stereotactic equipment, intra-operative ultrasound, ultrasound aspirator lasers.
* Two available biplanar rooms in the system.
* Subspecialty trained Neurosurgeons at main campus in skull base, neurosurgical oncology, open vascular neurosurgery, functional neurosurgery (epilepsy and DBS) as well as complex spine; joint neuro IR coverage with interventional neuroradiology group.
* Established training programs for residents and fellows with 42 accredited residency and fellowship programs; new Neurological Surgery residency program.
* Research is integrated throughout the system with three research centers including investigators in basic, translational and health services research.
* Epileptologists and movement disorders neurologists on staff
* An extensive electronic ICU and telestroke service
*Received the Get With The Guidelines-Stroke Silver Plus Quality Achievement Award from the American Heart Association
*New dedicated Neurosurgical ORs (3 per day)
* Electronic medical records.

Spinal Neurosurgery Opportunity Highlights:
* Blue Distinction® Center for Spine Surgery by the Blue Cross Blue Shield Association.
* Medical Center named "100 Hospitals with Great Neurosurgery and Spine Programs" by Becker's Hospital Review
*Established as 1 of 3 hospital providers for spine surgery in the Employers Centers of Excellence Network (ECEN) by The Pacific Business Group on Health (PBGH), a non-profit business coalition of 60 large health care purchaser members focused on health care quality and affordability
* Strong support from neurosurgical PAs.
* Neurosurgery Resident teaching opportunities

Located in the beautiful Mid Atlantic region and offering proximity to mountains, forests, lakes and streams, this practice offers an active rural alternative to crowded metropolitan living. It also offers a charming city frequented by nearby college students, three highly rated high schools, a popular downtown area with movie theatres, locally-owned and nationally recognized restaurants, a major bookstore and active enhancement projects including the development of downtown living. Residents can choose to live in historic corridors or new developments. They have easy access to highways and airports and are within easy driving distance to major cities and mountain resorts.

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Type: Neurosurgery

Subspecialty: Spine

Position #: 3203

State: Pennsylvania


Neurosurgery :

Spine Only Practice and Excellent Quality of Life in New England!

A well-regarded practice located on the Atlantic Coast is hiring a spine-focused neurosurgeon. The group enjoys a busy, elective spine practice with light call and a great quality of life. A strong work ethic and focus on excellent patient care is a must.

The group admits to a 150-bed non-profit hospital founded in 1918. In 2013, the hospital was acquired by a progressive integrated health system offering a broad range of health services including primary care, acute care, medical/surgical hospitals, free-standing psychiatric hospital and specialty physician services.

Highlights:
• Robust clinical volume – Current neurosurgeons are doing over 750 cases/year
• Call is currently 1/3, divided equally between three surgeons
• Group employs 5 full-time PAs and one part-time PA
• 100% spine practice with no intracranial and minimal trauma
• Competitive salary guarantee, with eventual transition to production-based compensation
• Catchment area entire state
• Block OR time available
• Incredible quality of life with access to skiing, outdoor summer recreation and fantastic schooling options
• Practice is employed by Hospital, though it maintains autonomy and has terrific support from hospital administration

This community offers a fantastic quality of life, reasonable cost of living, and abundance of recreational and cultural activities. From its thriving art scene to outdoor recreation, the city has it all. The culinary scene includes fine dining, downtown bistros and kid-friendly restaurants. This city has more restaurants per capita of any city in the United States, and Bon Appétit magazine named it the “Foodiest Small Town in America.” The community has a diverse nightlife, many festivals, annual events and Atlantic sea cruises. It has terrific private and public schooling options and is home to four colleges and universities.

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Type: Neurosurgery

Subspecialty: Spine

Position #: 3212

State: Maine


Neurology :

Orange County Neurology Opportunity with a Well-Established Private Practice

A private practice in Orange County is excited to recruit a neurologist to join their well-established team. The practice could easily support interests in Headache, Memory Disorders, Multiple Sclerosis, EMG, EEG, or Movement Disorders in addition to General Neurology. The new neurologist would have the opportunity to inherit the practice after a few years working alongside its owner. If interested, they could assist with recruiting additional Neurologists and PAs, as the practice could comfortably support additional expansion. The practice currently also has an experienced PA who has a full slate of headache patients, a clinical research coordinator, and an experienced and collegial office team. Neurologists also work with a scribe to assist with notes and other documentation.

Position Highlights:
• Private Practice Neurology Opportunity
• Subspecialty support alongside General Neurology
• Very flexible schedule
• Non-burdensome 1:9 call coverage nearby at St. Jude's Hospital
• Optional paid stroke call shared with the local hospital team
• Faculty opportunity with USC – PA students
• Will have Neurology Residents rotating from California University of Science and Medicine
• Optional opportunity for consulting if interested
• Practice is actively engaged in clinical trials
• Opportunity to take over an extremely well-managed and efficiently run group
• Benefits include malpractice coverage, family health insurance,
• 4 weeks of vacation 1st year, 6 weeks in 2nd year, flexible 3rd year on; 1 week CME
• Guaranteed salary, plus productivity
• Very flexible with employment arrangement; potential to earn in the 90th percentile if productive

Orange County, only a 20-mile drive from downtown Los Angeles, is truly the perfect place to live. Whether you are a family looking for a great education system and a great place to raise a family, a young professional looking to kick start your career and enjoy beautiful weather all year round, or in the later stages of your career and looking for a beautiful location to relax and enjoy the outdoors, the area has something to offer everyone.

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Type: Neurology

Subspecialty: Clinical Neurophysiology (EEG or EMG), General Neurology, Headache, Movement Disorders, Multiple Sclerosis/Neuro-Immunology, Neuromuscular, Alzheimer's Disease/Dementia, EMG

Position #: 3216

State: California


Neurosurgery :

Well-Established Multi-Specialty Clinic in New England

A very well-established multi-specialty clinic in New England is seeking a general neurosurgeon to join their sophisticated group. A variety of sub-specialties can be developed including complex spine, neurosurgical oncology, radiosurgery and DBS for movement disorders. This clinic is one of the largest neuroscience medical group in the eastern United States, employing over thirty physicians covering several specialties including neurosurgery, orthopedic spine, neurology, PM&R, Pain, Rheumatology & Neuro-Behavioral Medicine.

The practice is recruiting with the help of one of their primary hospitals. They also admits to two other local hospitals, which have state-of-the-art equipment including: 3T MRI, Functional MRI, Navigation, Interoperative Angiography, Bi-plane Angiosuite, Neuro-Monitoring & Spectroscopy.

Practice Highlights:
• Established multi-specialty clinic offers strong internal referral network;
• Q4-Q5 call schedule (orthopedic spine surgeon takes spine call) – highly consultative and very low trauma burden;
• Competitive compensation package, partnership track and income sharing model once partner;
• Catchment area of 500,000 residents;
• 150-175 cases expected first year and 300-350 once established;
• Collegial practice with terrific hospital support;
• Group currently sees 75% spine and 25% cranial – opportunity to grow cranial case mix would be welcome and supported;
• Practice has one PA currently and actively recruiting a second;
• Block OR time & additional OR time available

Located in beautiful New England, this community is close to the action but away from the crowd. A short drive to the shore offers proximity to boating, swimming and other outdoor recreational activities. Skiing and winter recreation just north! Great public and private schooling options and an abundance of cultural activities makes this city a great place to live and raise a family.

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Type: Neurosurgery

Subspecialty: General Neurosurgery, Spine

Position #: 3219

State: Massachusetts

Characteristics: Access to large metropolitan area, Excellent schools nearby, Excellent work/life balance, No or low trauma call, Well organized and managed practice


Neurology :

Neurohospitalist opportunity in scenic Eastern Idaho

A large practice is working with a community hospital in beautiful Eastern Idaho is recruiting neurohospitalists to join its growing practice. As the largest medical facility in the region, this hospital a full-service hospital with 318 patient beds. It serves as the region's healthcare hub, serving the majority of the western locations.

Practice Highlights:
• Level 2 Trauma Center
• Level 1 ICU
• Primary Stroke Center
• 318 Beds

Neurohospitalist Highlights:
• 7-on/7-off or 14-on/14-off
• Opportunity to build a thriving inpatient practice
• Above MGMA median base salary + Sign-on bonus, moving expenses covered
• Teaching opportunity could be available, if interested
• H-1b visa assistance available

Idaho Falls is the commercial, cultural, and healthcare hub for Eastern Idaho, as well as parts of western Wyoming and southern Montana. It is served by the Idaho Falls Regional Airport and is home to the College of Eastern Idaho, the Museum of Idaho, and the Idaho Falls Chukars minor league baseball team. It is the principal city of the Idaho Falls Metropolitan Statistical Area and the Idaho Falls–Blackfoot-Rexburg, Idaho Combined Statistical Area.

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Type: Neurology

Subspecialty: Neurohospitalist

Position #: 3229

State: Idaho


Neurosurgery :

Neurosurgeon Needed for Surgical Hospital in the South, No Trauma Call

A surgical hospital in the south is recruiting a spine-focused neurosurgeon to the community. There are currently six neurosurgeons in three different private practice groups that admit to the hospital, and two of the senior neurosurgeons have plans to retire in the near future.

This is a 100% elective spine only practice. The incoming neurosurgeon will take on patient referrals from the clinic and they currently see patients in three different communities. A local neurosurgeon retired in 2021 and routed all of his referrals to this practice which was already extremely busy.

There is no ER call and call is 1 to 2 evenings per week and every 4th to 5th weekend for patient call. There is the opportunity to take call at other community hospitals if desired, to help grow your volumes.

Opportunity Highlights:
• Block OR time available with additional ORs—added in 2021
• Hospital sponsored income guarantee, sign-on bonus, options to buy into hospital after 2 years
• Elective spine practice with no trauma call expectation
• Ability to take call at community hospitals if desired
• Call schedule of 1 to 2 evenings per week and every 4th to 5th weekend for patient call

This southern location is a fabulous place to live, work and play. It is the largest city in the state and home to the state capital with a metropolitan population of 699,000 and a city population of 193,000. The city is located on the south bank of a major river and adjacent to mountains.

The area enjoys a temperate climate with an average high temperature of 72 and an average low temperature of 51. It is home to two major universities and offers excellent public and private schools. Spend an afternoon hiking through the state park or take a bike ride or leisurely stroll along the picturesque path of the river trail. Shopping and dining abound at the River Market District, the area's most prominent entertainment development. The Repertory Theatre provides many opportunities to experience the performing arts. This is a wonderful place to raise a family, enjoy the outdoors and experience the cultural arts. The region is beautiful and ideal for those that love the outdoors world. There are numerous lakes, rivers and areas for hiking, biking, camping, hunting, fishing and an infinite array of outdoor sporting activities.

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Type: Neurosurgery

Subspecialty: Spine

Position #: 3232

State: Arkansas

Characteristics: Attractive schedule options available, Excellent work/life balance, No or low trauma call, Well organized and managed practice


Neurology :

Outpatient-only and Neurohospitalist Opportunities in Beautiful Coastal Delaware

A growing health system in Delaware is seeking a neurohospitalist or an outpatient neurologist who is truly dedicated to quality patient care to join their team.

Highlights:
• Teach – there are opportunities to teach nursing and PA students
• Research – supportive of clinical and outcomes research; they also have their own IRB
• Outpatient practice - only hospital call is helping with vacation coverage
• General neurology practice, though interests in movement disorders would be welcomed
• 7on/7off schedule for neurohospitalist
• Support from APPs, nurse navigator and full complement of clinic staff
• There are opportunities to collaborate with providers from all over Delaware since the goal is to improve stroke and neurological care for the entire patient population of the state!
• J-1 and H1-b visa support available

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Type: Neurology

Subspecialty: Clinical Neurophysiology (EEG or EMG), Epilepsy, General Neurology, Headache, Movement Disorders, Neurohospitalist, Stroke, EMG, EEG

Position #: 3238

State: Delaware


Neurosurgery :

Very well-regarded, stable neurosurgery practice near NYC seeking neurosurgeon

A well-regarded neurosurgery practice with offices just outside of NYC is seeking a neurosurgeon to join their collaborative practice. The group is recruiting due to a recent retirement, so the new candidate will walk into an established practice with strong case volumes, mentorship, teaching opportunities, collaborative research, and a collegial atmosphere.

The group admits to two area hospitals. The group's primary admitting hospital (over 95% of admissions) is a 350-bed Level 3 trauma center well-equipped for neurosurgery care. The hospital has a 15-bed ICU, MRI, CT, image guided navigation, radiosurgery unit, Ziehm, and C-Arm. The second hospital is a 1100+ bed Level 2 trauma center and teaching hospital. This medical center has a 13-bed dedicated Neuro-ICU and state-of-the-art technology.

Practice Highlights:
• Join a well-established, stable group with a strong reputation in the community. Current partners are eager to mentor and work very collaboratively
• Block OR time available
• Group employs inpatient and outpatient NP’s who perform all admissions, discharges, and orders. They also take first call at nights
• Reasonable call schedule of 1:4; less than 1 call from ED/ER per day; ~1 trip to hospital every 2 months for surgery while on call
• Spine fellowship ideal but not required; interest in intracranial tumor surgery is also encouraged
• Clinical research/data accumulation opportunities available for those interested
• Faculty appointment available at teaching hospital providing ability to be part of Grand Rounds, teach neurosurgery residents, medical students, and fellows
• High complexity of cases including complex spine, scoliosis, complex brain tumor surgery, and basic skull base surgery
• Competitive base salary, partnership track, and fantastic long-term earning potential
• Malpractice Insurance paid for by group
• Travel to Manhattan in 12 minutes!

Just 20 minutes from Times Square, this community boasts a charming, walkable downtown with many shops, cafes, and restaurants, a 150-acre nature reserve with hiking trails, a performing arts center, and terrific schooling options. This suburban town of around 30,000 is a diverse and inclusive community that offers a mix of urban and suburban housing. Residents will enjoy easy access to New York City by train or car to experience everything that city has to offer while still enjoying the suburban comforts.

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Type: Neurosurgery

Subspecialty: Spine

Position #: 3240

State: New Jersey


Neurology :

Director of Neurocritical Care with New England Neuroscience Institute

The largest integrated health care system in Connecticut is seeking an experienced neurointensivist to join as Director of Neurocritical Care and further develop the growing neurosciences program. This is a wonderful opportunity for a mid-career specialist to partner with the Chief of Neurology/Stroke Director and Director of Neurocritical Care at another prominent hospital in the system to develop the newest branch of the neurocritical care service line.

The hospital location where the new Director of Neurocritical Care will practice is a 473-bed tertiary care academic center located on the scenic CT shoreline and the newest member of the health system. This is an opportunity to lead a Neurocritical Care center in the region that will further the mission to provide the highest level of care to complex Neurosurgical and stroke patients.

The health system is 7 hospitals and a large multi-specialty medical group employing nearly 1,000 physicians practicing in 150 state-of-the-art ambulatory locations throughout southern New England. The affiliated Neuroscience Institute is a rapidly expanding Institute with a focus on comprehensive patient care, academics, and research. The Institute enjoys the resources of a system committed to excellence in patient quality and experience and boasts an impressive staff of 135 Neuroscience physicians and advanced practitioners with training and expertise in the areas of Vascular Neurology, Neuro-oncology, Neuromuscular, Movement Disorders, Epilepsy, Headache, and Pain Management, Cognitive Neurology, Neurosurgery, Neurocritical care, Neuro-ophthalmology, and General Neurology.

Opportunity Highlights:
• Design and implement your vision for the newest branch of the NCC division
• 4 fellowship-trained neurointensivists & critical care team available for clinical support
• Join vision to develop the program into a regional tertiary level care program with an array of neurosciences subspecialties
• EVT Program and LTM capable ICU (contains “flex unit” of 4-6 dedicated NCC beds)
• Participate in Neurocritical Care Council with system-wide neurointensivists
• Provide hands-on clinical supervision and teaching for medical students and advanced practitioners
• Actively participate and attend quality conferences, clinical case conferences, and CQI meetings
• Faculty appointment and academic collaboration additional academic institution available
• Competitive compensation plan including leadership stipend, quality metric bonuses, signing incentives, and full employment benefits

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Type: Neurology

Subspecialty: Neurocritical Care

Position #: 3241

State: Connecticut

Characteristics: Beach community, Excellent schools nearby, Near lakes and gorgeous natural areas, Well organized and managed practice


Neurology :

Multiple Neurohospitalist and Neurointensivist Openings at Most-Awarded Georgia Health System

A Health System in Northern Georgia is excited to welcome an additional neurohospitalist to its growing program. The program currently has 5 outpatient neurologists, 3 neurohospitalists, 2 neuro-radiologists, and 3 neurosurgeons at its main hospital, where the new neurohospitalists will be located.

The new stroke neurohospitalist should be stroke fellowship trained, and/or vascular board-certified.

Health System Details:
• 799-bed system
• 9000+ Employees
• Boasts the status of being Georgia’s most-awarded hospital
• Training hospital for 6 medical specialties, with many opportunities for teaching.

Hospital Highlights:
• 557-bed hospital, with a new tower of 125 beds under construction (opening 2025)
• Level 2 Trauma Center
• Comprehensive Stroke Center

Neurohospitalist Highlights:
• 7-on/7-off Schedule
• Inpatient Neurohospitalist Opportunity
• Join 3 neurohospitalists, 8 APPs, and 5 outpatient neurologists
• No hospital call when not on service
• Average of 1500 stroke cases per year
• Dedicated stroke and neurosurgery inpatient unit
• Telestroke & telemedicine services in place
• Fully-equipped Neurophysiology Lab
• Accredited Sleep Disorders Center
• Neurosurgery Support

Additional Information:
• Support for H-1B visa holders
• Excellent Compensation and Benefits package
• Sign-on Bonus & Relocation Available

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Type: Neurology

Subspecialty: Neurohospitalist, Stroke

Position #: 3257

State: Georgia


Neurology :

Georgia Health System Seeks Outpatient Neurologists for Growing Service Line

A Health System in Northern Georgia is excited to welcome additional outpatient neurologists to its growing program. The program currently has 5 outpatient neurologists, 3 neurohospitalists, 8 APPs, 2 neuro-radiologists, and 3 neurosurgeons at its main hospital, where the new hires will be located.

Health System Details:
• 799-bed system
• 9000+ Employees
• Boasts the status of being Georgia’s most-awarded hospital
• Training hospital for 6 medical specialties, with many opportunities for teaching.

Medical Center Gainesville Highlights:
• 557-bed hospital, with a new tower of 125 beds under construction (opening 2025)
• Level 2 Trauma Center
• Comprehensive Stroke Center

Outpatient Opportunity Highlights:
• M-F scheduling, with zero call options
• Clinic-based opportunity
• EEG / EMG lab
• No hospital call when not on service


Additional Information:
• Support for H-1B visa holders
• Excellent Compensation and Benefits package
• Sign-on Bonus & Relocation Available

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Type: Neurology

Subspecialty: Clinical Neurophysiology (EEG or EMG), Epilepsy, General Neurology, Headache, Neurodegenerative (Alzheimer/Cognitive), Neuromuscular, EMG, EEG

Position #: 3257

State: Georgia


Neurosurgery :

Chief of Neurosurgery at Academic-Affiliated Hospital

An Academic-Affiliated Hospital in the Northeast is seeking a Chief of Neurosurgery who will create and implement a vision for advanced neurosurgical services aligned with the institution's strategy to deliver quality care and outstanding outcomes as a regional leader. Serves as the executive clinical leader for all inpatient and outpatient neurosurgical services at the health care program. including the flagship hospital, a 602-bed not-for-profit hospital ranked the fourth-best hospital in the state by US News & World Report in 2022. Facilities include a level one trauma center, a cancer institute, and a newly constructed proton therapy center.

The Chief is responsible for integration with the Neurosciences Service Line and Department of Neurosurgery in collaboration with an administrative team, and will be eligible for an Academic Neurosurgery faculty appointment. Provides oversight of all aspects of care delivery, including clinical research, and will demonstrate the leadership skills, activities, and behaviors to drive personal/team accountability, performance improvement, and a high reliability organization.

As a full-time Board-Certified Neurosurgeon, the Chief will join and lead a regional neurosurgery practice consisting of six neurosurgeons, two interventional physiatrists who practice as part of a five-physician service line, and six advanced practice clinicians, all collaboratively working to provide treatment and quality patient care. The practice’s neurosurgeons are skilled in general and trauma neurosurgery and includes specialists in complex spine surgery, neurointerventional surgery, and neurosurgical oncology.
• Must be a graduate of an accredited School of Medicine (Allopathic/Osteopathic)
• Completion of an accredited neurosurgery residency
• Possess or able to obtain an unrestricted state Medical License
• Board Certified

POSITION SUMMARY: With demonstrated leadership experience in clinical practice and administration, the Chief will create and implement a vision for advanced neurosurgical services aligned with the overall system strategy to delivery quality care as a regional leader in neurosurgery. Serves as the executive clinical leader for all inpatient and outpatient neurosurgical services as well as responsible for integration with the Neurosciences Service Line in collaboration with an administrative team. The Chief will provide oversight of all aspects of care delivery, and will demonstrate the leadership skills, activities, and behaviors to drive personal/team accountability, performance improvement, and a high reliability organization.

ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS: Qualified individuals must have the ability (with or without reasonable accommodation) to perform the following duties:

• Collaborates with the clinical and administrative teams as well as Neuroscience leaders to develop and implement annual goals, budgets, marketing plans, and capital requests for Neurosurgery which are aligned with the overall system strategy.
• Leads and mentors the physicians, advanced practice providers, nurses and other team members who are involved in delivering services to patients of the service line. This includes but is not limited to developing and implementing process improvements to improve outcomes, customer experience, patient safety, and financial performance. Also, leads Division and office practice meetings to discuss strategy, operations, performance improvement, and team development.
• Identifies, directs, prioritizes and oversees the quality metrics, patient satisfaction, patient safety and risk management, transition of care for patients between care settings, disease management, clinical pathways and protocols, and resource utilization and efficiencies. Ensures that care is safe, effective, patient-centered, timely, efficient, and equitable.
• Monitors clinical delivery and outcome performance of the Division members. Provide oversight for ongoing practitioner performance evaluation including peer review reports, annual performance reviews, and performance improvement plans. Ensures that all providers maintain behaviors consistent with the Code of Conduct, Clinician Compact, and Health values.
• Responsible for recruiting, hiring, on-boarding, and development of neurosurgeons and assists on the same for staff in the service line. Reviews applicants for initial Division membership, recommends clinical privileging, and reviews for reappointment every two years.
• Ensures that all members of the Division operate and assist in compliance efforts with all applicable accreditation, monitoring and licensing standards or requirements including, but not limited to those expectations set by the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services, the Joint Commission, the Department of Health and the policies and procedures of the hospital.
• Supports the scholarly activities of both the Division and Health System such as teaching/educational opportunities, innovation, and research activities.

SECONDARY FUNCTIONS: The following duties are considered secondary to the primary duties listed above:
• Review and interpret informational, statistical or analytical reports as assigned.
• Participate in the development and implementation of policies and procedures that guide and support the provision of services.
• Participates in regional, state, and national medical group administrative forums, committees, and education programs.
• Other duties as assigned.

MINIMUM REQUIRED QUALIFICATIONS:
• Medical Doctor (MD), Doctor of Osteopathy (DO), issued by the Accreditation Council on Medical Education.
• Current Medical licensure issued by State Board of Medicine or the State Board of Osteopathic Medicine.
• Board certified in specialty.
• A health care provider in good standing with Medicare, Medicaid, and other federal and state health insurance programs, i.e. not excluded from participation in Medicare, Medicaid or any other federal or state health insurance program.

PREFERRED QUALIFICATIONS:
• Master’s degree in Business or related discipline.

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Type: Neurosurgery

Subspecialty: General Neurosurgery, Spine

Position #: 3265

State: Pennsylvania


Neurology :

Georgia Health System Seeks 100% Outpatient Neurologists

A growing health system with locations all over Georgia is seeking a general outpatient neurologist for their Athens location. The new hire will join 2 existing outpatient neurology providers, and enjoy a 100% outpatient / no call position. Though the program’s focus is to recruit a general neurologist, they are interested in speaking with candidates who have subspecialty interests, especially Headache, and MS.

Position & Program Highlights –
• Practice out of a well-equipped ambulatory clinic
• M-F, 8-5 scheduling
• APP and neurohospitalist support
• Opportunities to participate in teaching (rotating medical students and primary care residents)
• Opportunities to participate in research (in-house IRB
• Great work / life balance
• Close proximity to Atlanta and the coast.

Athens is a medium-sized community that truly provides the best of both worlds. It is small enough to have a true sense of community, but large enough to offer a wide variety of activities. Athens is located near Atlanta, which provides additional venues for cultural activities, shopping, dining, and access to an international airport. The University and the associated student body provide a youthful energy to the community. Athens is also in an excellent geographical setting: the city is about a 4-hour drive to the coast and a 2-hour drive to the Blue Ridge Mountains. The climate is ideal for year-round outdoor activities.

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Type: Neurology

Subspecialty: Clinical Neurophysiology (EEG or EMG), General Neurology, Headache, Multiple Sclerosis/Neuro-Immunology, EMG, EEG

Position #: 3268

State: Georgia

Characteristics: Access to large metropolitan area, Excellent schools nearby, Low cost of living area


Neurosurgery :

General Neurosurgery Opportunity with Cranial Component in Sunny Southwest Capital City!

A growing neuroscience institute in the Southwest is recruiting a general neurosurgeon. Interests in spine, dual vascular, neuro-oncology, skull base, and/or trauma will be well-supported in the context of a general neurosurgery position. Institutional support for those with functional interests willing to build a program will be made available. Both experienced and newly trained neurosurgeons are welcome. The team is happy to mentor new grads.

This is the only neuroscience institute within the hospital network. The medical center is a 221 bed, non-designated, comprehensive stroke center. All neurosurgery referrals within the 10 hospital network are sent to the neuroscience institute.

This is an opportunity to be part of a tremendously supportive physician friendly environment! Neurosurgeons have a terrific relationship and work closely with hospital leadership. The new hire will have highly motivated partners dedicated to the growth and continued expansion of the neuroscience program along with a strong emphasis on a cohesive culture and providing excellent patient care.

Practice Highlights:
• 5-7 days of call as shared with local physicians in the area; ER call is highly consultative; PAs take first patient call.
• Vascular call will be 1:4
• Case mix of 80/20 spine and cranial for those with spine interests, 60/40 spine and cranial mix for those with cranial interests with the opportunity to grow the cranial volume over time.
• 125 cases anticipated in year one and 250+ once established.
• Strong referral base exists; current neurosurgeons are booked out six weeks.
• The hospital network has a service area population of over 2.3 million.
• Those with interests in trauma are welcome to take call at the level I trauma center.
• Group employs a hospital PA, one PA per attending, in addition to a PA float system
• Block time will be made available.
• 30 ICU beds with 7 Neuro ICU beds.
• Latest in technology and equipment
• Attractive base plus RVU compensation package

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Type: Neurosurgery

Subspecialty: Cerebrovascular, Endovascular, General Neurosurgery, Neurosurgical Oncology/Skull Base, Spine

Position #: 3270

State: Arizona

Characteristics: Access to large metropolitan area, Diverse community, Excellent schools nearby, Mountains nearby, Near lakes and gorgeous natural areas, No or low trauma call, Particularly patient focused


Neurosurgery :

Spine Surgery Position in Beautiful Central Florida Community With No Trauma Call

An orthopedic group in a beautiful central Florida community is excited to welcome a spine focused neurosurgeon or an orthopedic surgeon to join their group! This is an elective spine only practice with no trauma call expectations. This is an opportunity to have a very busy spine practice with the current partner, and also enjoy a nice quality of life. This is a terrific opportunity for a surgeon to join a group that is well established in the community. The orthopedic surgeon has been in the community for over 20 years and is an orthopedic surgeon who performs hip and knee surgeries. His group receives many referrals for spine surgeries and he is eager to start capturing these cases.

There is no orthopedic spine in the community, and the current neurosurgeon in the community will be retiring in the next year.

The group admits to one hospital, who will be sponsoring an income guarantee for the new person for one or two years. This is a Level II center but does not receive trauma cases. Block OR time is available and the hospital is open to equipment need discussions with the new surgeon. The surgeon has a great relationship with the hospital and the hospital is eager for him to recruit a partner.

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Type: Neurosurgery

Subspecialty: Spine

Position #: 3272

State: Florida

Characteristics: Access to large metropolitan area, Attractive schedule options available, Excellent work/life balance, No or low trauma call, No/Low state income tax


Neurosurgery :

Brain, Spine and Musculoskeletal Center Hiring Spine-Focused Neurosurgeon; Live & Work in a Vibrant, Dynamic Area in Proximity to NYC!

A well-established, comprehensive brain, spine and musculoskeletal center in a desirable area in the Mid-Atlantic is hiring a ABNS BE/BC Spine-Focused Neurosurgeon to join the group.

The practice is hiring to capture more market share and replace a neurosurgeon who will be retiring. Support is available for interests in complex spine, adult deformity, minimally-invasive spine, and spine trauma. Mentorship is available for new grads.

The new neurosurgeon will join a collegial group with six office locations and admits to eight highly-rated hospitals featuring state-of-the-art equipment and stroke centers.

Practice Highlights:
- Catchment area ~ 7-8 million people
- Eight major metro areas within 5 to 10 minutes from one of practice's offices
- First-Year anticipated case volume is 250-280 cases; current neurosurgeons' case volume ~ 280 cases per year
- Expected call schedule for new neurosurgeon Q2-Q4 (cranial call and spine call)
- Limited call at one Level II Trauma Center; average number of calls from ED/ER ~ 2 to 4 per day
- PAs take 1st call and assist in surgeries; neurosurgeons are only called for consultations and surgery
- Practice employs two nurse practitioners who round and handle pain medicines
- Practice plans to hire more mid-level providers once new neurosurgeon becomes established
- No pediatric coverage
- Opportunities to teach (orthopedic residents at two hospitals and neurosurgical residents at one hospital)
- Block OR time available at five of the hospitals
- Base salary plus production bonus; malpractice insurance paid by the group
- Additional ancillary services/ revenue sources include physical therapy, pain management and physiatry

Live & Work in a Vibrant, Dynamic Area!

Community Highlights:
- Area is both highly-affluent and diverse; residents benefit from rich cultural opportunities in the community and proximity to the world-class amenities of New York City
- High caliber school choices of all types available for families
- Plethora of shopping options
- Wide-variety of great neighborhoods to call home

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Type: Neurosurgery

Subspecialty: General Neurosurgery, Spine

Position #: 3274

State: New Jersey

Characteristics: Access to large metropolitan area, Diverse community, Excellent schools nearby, No or low trauma call, Teaching encouraged, Well organized and managed practice


Neurology :

Parkinson's Disease and Movement Disorders Center seeking Neurologist

A non-profit hospital located in central Connecticut is recruiting a movement disorders-trained neurologist to join its Parkinson’s Disease and Movement Disorders Center. The new movement disorders specialist will grow the center's clinical and research programs and collaborate with the established neuromuscular program to develop treatment plans for Parkinson’s and other movement disorders patient cases.

Position Highlights:
• 228-Bed LTAC Hospital
• Dedicated Parkinson’s Disease and Movement Disorders program
• Collaborative approach to treatment plans for Parkinson’s patients
• Consultations for DBS surgical cases
• Procedural treatment volume available
• Medical Director of Outpatient Services opportunity for interested candidates
• Clinical trials research opportunities
• Teach medical residents, students, and neurology residents
• No inpatient call requirements!

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Type: Neurology

Subspecialty: Movement Disorders

Position #: 3275

State: Connecticut

Characteristics: Attractive schedule options available, Excellent work/life balance, No or low trauma call, Research support available, Teaching encouraged


Neurosurgery :

Team-Inspired Private Practice in Gorgeous Pacific Northwestern City Needs a Neurosurgeon!

A premier private practice located in a beautiful Pacific Northwestern city is interested to recruit a partner to the group. This is a general neurosurgery position offering ample volume in spine along with cranial and trauma cases. Interests in spine deformity can also be accommodated here within the context of a community practice position.

The practice partners enjoy a very collegial and supportive relationship with the 454 level II trauma center. The hospital ranks among the top in the nation for spine services and has received the Beacon Award multiple times for Critical Care Excellence. The medical center provides the latest in equipment including an O-Arm, Stealth Navigation, the latest Leica OH6 microscope and more.

This well-regarded practice promotes a collaborative, team-inspired culture. They are eager to provide mentorship to a new graduate and are equally happy to consider those with experience.

Position Highlights:
• Call will be 1:5; PAs will take first call; trauma team admits patients
• 125 cases conservatively estimated for year one with 250+ expected once established
• No ortho spine presence in the area
• Clinical trial research opportunities available
• Strong support for referral development
• 80/20 spine and cranial case mix
• Well-run; financially healthy hospital
• Dedicated, highly skilled O.R. staff
• Block O.R. time also exists

Located less than an hour from a major city in the Pacific Northwest, the city offers award-winning wineries, scenic mountains, and charming communities.

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Type: Neurosurgery

Subspecialty: General Neurosurgery

Position #: 3284

State: Oregon

Characteristics: Mountains nearby, Near lakes and gorgeous natural areas, Particularly patient focused, Well organized and managed practice


Neurology :

Opportunities for outpatient neurologists and vascular neurologists in Coastal Virginia

A large healthcare system is seeking both outpatient neurologists and vascular neurologists for their coastal Virginia market. Live and practice at the beach! For a vascular neurologist interested in a leadership role, the opportunity to be Stroke Director exists.

Highlights:
- Clinic schedule is Monday - Friday (8am-5pm)
- On average, see 15-20 patients/day
- General Neurology Call (no stroke) coverage is 1 week a month – on average 6 new consults/day
- Tele-neurology handles overnight call from 5pm-7am
- APC support in clinic – 2 NPs
- Use of EPIC EMR
- Joint Commission Primary Stroke Center
- 2 Caldwell EMG units, EEG clinic situation right next to hospital, situated for EEG in clinic and at-home testing

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Type: Neurology

Subspecialty: Clinical Neurophysiology (EEG or EMG), General Neurology, Headache, Neuromuscular, Stroke, EMG, EEG

Position #: 3287

State: Virginia


Neurology :

Stroke Neurohospitalist, Epilepsy, Neuromuscular & MS Opportunities in Boise, ID

Due to tremendous population growth in Boise, ID, a large system there is excited to welcome additional outpatient neurologists and stroke neurohospitalists to their team. This program has existing infrastructure to support Epileptologists interested in building a surgical program, Neuromuscular specialists interested in significant EMG volume, and MS neurologists seeking infusion suite access and nursing support in their practice.

Join a team that values true work-life balance and having the time to enjoy all that The Valley and surrounding mountains have to offer! For those interested in teaching and research, they have their own robust research program and are regularly approached to participate in trials. They also have IM, FM, and Psychiatry residencies that often have neuro rotations, as well as medical students.

Medical Center Highlights:
- 579 bed hospital
- Ranked No.1 hospital in Idaho
- Level 3 trauma center
- 7 Neurologists and 4 Neurology APP’s

Stroke Neurohospitalist Details:
- 7-on/7-off schedule
- Very minimal night and weekend call (Night call is phone only)
- Teleneurology in place for call support
- Plans to develop in-house telestroke
- Competitive compensation and benefits package

Outpatient Neurology Details:
- 4-day Work week
- 80% subspecialty volume in Behavioral Neurology; Epilepsy Neurology; Movement Disorders; Multiple Sclerosis; Neuro Muscular Neurology
- Opportunity exists for an outpatient vascular neurologist, only to see stroke patients in clinic
- Subspecialty Medical Director opportunities
- Very minimal night and weekend call (Night call is phone only)
- Teleneurology in place for call support
- Competitive compensation and benefits package

Boise, ID Highlights:
Part of the beautiful Pacific Northwest region, Idaho’s capital city offers a low cost of living, a host of fun outdoor activities, and a lively arts and culture scene. Boise has 224+ days of sun with lots of outdoor recreation. Sun Valley Ski resort is 2 hours away for your winter skiing, while in the summertime you can enjoy the some of the best kayaking in the country. Boise Airport has direct flights to most major cities in the United States, making long trips very convenient. This city has a city feel with the beauty of the outdoors.

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Type: Neurology

Subspecialty: Clinical Neurophysiology (EEG or EMG), Epilepsy, General Neurology, Movement Disorders, Multiple Sclerosis/Neuro-Immunology, Neurohospitalist, Neuromuscular, Stroke, Alzheimer's Disease/Dementia, Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis (ALS), EMG, EEG

Position #: 3289

State: Idaho

Characteristics: Attractive schedule options available, Excellent work/life balance, Leadership role available, Mountains nearby, Near lakes and gorgeous natural areas, No or low trauma call, Research support available, Teaching encouraged, Well organized and managed practice, Low cost of living area


Neurology :

Academic Neurology Opportunity in Wonderful Midwestern City

A Midwestern main campus academic program is excited to welcome additional neurologists to its growing program. The need for additional neurologists exists due to patient demand and the overall growth of the program. The positions will have a general neurology element, though subspecialty interests can be accommodated, particularly headache and neuromuscular.

Program highlights:
• Over 60 neurology faculty members
• 28 trainees in a variety of residency, fellowship, and postdoctoral programs
• Exciting, wide-ranging clinical and basic research within the neurosciences
• Exceptionally collegial and welcoming department
• The main campus is a 505-bed academic regional referral center with 125 outpatient clinics. They were named a top 100 Global hospital, which included only 25 US hospitals.

Position Highlights:
• General neurology position that can accommodate most subspecialty interest, particularly headache and neuromuscular
• Predominantly outpatient position
• Non-burdensome call (no stroke cases) and rarely ever need to physically report to the hospital
• Research is available to those with interest
• Two separate career tracks are offered: one for the clinical educator and one for those with research interests
• Competitive compensation package with excellent benefits including 8 weeks of PTO

Location highlights:
The state capital has a metro population of 665,000 people. It is known for offering a small-town feel in a medium-sized city with large metropolitan amenities. The city is consistently rated “Best City” with its ideal combination of natural beauty, stimulating cultural events, and outstanding public and private schools. Outdoor recreation includes an abundance of parks including memorable experiences like “Opera in the Park” and five lakes. Cultural offerings include museums, food events and tours, and theatre and performing arts. There is a great music scene with visiting performances festivals and live music on the waterfront. The community is diverse and safe and known for its hospitality and friendliness. Downtown is a unique shopping, business, and cultural district that boasts more than 300 retail, restaurant, and entertainment establishments, most locally owned. Sports enthusiasts will love the university sports team as well as minor league baseball and an amateur hockey team.

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Type: Neurology

Subspecialty: Clinical Neurophysiology (EEG or EMG), Epilepsy, General Neurology, Headache, Movement Disorders, Multiple Sclerosis/Neuro-Immunology, EMG, EEG

Position #: 3296

State: Wisconsin


Neurology :

100% Outpatient Work/Life Position along NC Coast

A medical center along the Southern shoreline of North Carolina is recruiting a 100% outpatient neurologist to join its team. The medical center is growing to meet neurology demand in the area.

Medical Center Highlights:
• 74-bed private room hospital
• Nationally accredited by the Joint Commission in Healthcare
• Brand new 6,500 sq. ft. EEG/EMG facility

Outpatient Neurology Highlights:
• 100% outpatient volume
• Support from health system and local partner hospital
• Opportunity to specialize in the context of general neurology, especially for EMG reading
• Nurse Practitioner support
• Strong tele-medicine program

About the area:
This beautiful town is located in the southernmost county, New Hanover County, along the North Carolina coastline. With over 40 miles of coastline, over 30 regional golf courses, and excellent schools, the area is one of the most desirable in the state. The community has all the makings of a town that provides excellent sand and shore opportunities for physicians looking for a work/life balance position!

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Type: Neurology

Subspecialty: General Neurology, EMG, EEG

Position #: 3303

State: North Carolina

Characteristics: Attractive schedule options available, Beach community, Excellent work/life balance, Visa support available, Well organized and managed practice, Low cost of living area


Neurosurgery :

Rapidly-Growing Neuroscience Institute in Midwest Needs Cranial-Focused Neurosurgeon

A fast growing neuroscience institute in the Midwest is seeking a cranial-focused neurosurgeon to join their growing program. The ideal candidate is someone with fellowship training in neurosurgical oncology or skull base, interested in teaching medical students, program building, research & device development.

The primary teaching hospital is an 974-bed Level I Trauma Center and designated Primary Stroke Center. The health system is affiliated with a local university offering support/protected time for basic science research interests, medical student and residency teaching opportunities & collaborations with engineering for device development.

Hospital & Practice Highlights:
• Access to a Gamma Knife
• Varian TrueBeam
• 3T MRI
• Epic System for Electronic Medical Records
• Stryker and Stealth Navigation
• Busy clinical practice including skull base tumors, primary brain tumors, radiosurgery, and general cranial/trauma
• Protected time for research including basic science, translational and clinical. New Neurosurgery lab at university (only 15 minutes from hospital)
• Countless opportunities to do spine outcomes research
• Synergies with engineering department create opportunities in bioengineering, biomechanics & new instrument development
• Program building & leadership opportunities
• Collaborative support from Chair of Neurology & Chair of Research in development of multi-disciplinary approach to patient care and cutting edge research

A diverse city with a population of almost 850,000. The city is a terrific place to raise a family, offering exceptional public and private schools and home to two major universities. Nationally ranked for arts and culture, it is home to many fine arts centers. The city also offers fine dining, shopping, numerous museums & parks and live sporting events.

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Type: Neurosurgery

Subspecialty: Neurosurgical Oncology/Skull Base

Position #: 3311

State: Ohio


Neurology :

Multiple Neurology Opportunities with large Central California Medical Center

A large medical center in central California is currently recruiting neurologists to join its practice. The program is excited to bring neurology and neurosurgery together under one roof in the newly dedicated standalone building. Due to the tremendous need in the area, the program is excited to see neurologists with training in Movement Disorders, Epilepsy, Neuromuscular, Clinical Neurophysiology, MS, Stroke, Neurocritical Care, Interventional Neurology and also General Neurologists. Both Full-time and Part-time schedule interests could be well-supported.

Neurologists who join the practice will be employed by the neuroscience group. The program is additionally looking for a Pain Management leader, and a Neurologists with that background could be a great fit, as well. The regional medical center currently has two neurocritical care neurologists, one neurosurgeon, two stroke neurologists, locums neurologists, with multiple other neurologists planning to start soon. The community is proud to have a diverse physician population, including many first-generation physicians. The team is excited to offer mentorship for trainees interest in being part of a new and well-supported program, in addition to Neurologists of all levels of experience.

Medical Center Details:
• 685 licensed beds
• Primary Stroke Center
• Designated Center of Excellence in neurosciences
• Opportunities for teaching with residents
• 20-bed Neuro-ICU
• 52-Bed neuroscience Unit

Neurology/Pain Management Details:
• Will start at approximately 30% admin/70% clinical
• As more physicians are hired, move toward a 50% admin time/50% clinical time schedule
• Opportunity for an experienced Pain Neurologist to lead the program

Outpatient Neurology Details:
• Hiring 5 neurologists with zero call responsibilities; subspecialists encouraged to apply
• Movement Disorders, Epilepsy, Neuromuscular, Clinical Neurophysiology, and MS can quickly see over 50% subspecialty volume, and can expect to ramp up further in a short timeframe
• Strong support for research and teaching opportunities with the system’s residency programs

Inpatient Neurology Details:
• Hiring 4-5 additional Stroke Neurologists and Neurohospitalists, 2 Neurointensivists, and 1 Interventional Neurologist
• 7-on/7-off scheduling
• Night call will be supported by telehealth & telestroke until there is a critical mass of neurohospitalists who are able to maintain a call schedule. There will also be additional pay/compensation for call once it is implemented
• Strong support for research and teaching opportunities with the system’s residency programs
• Stroke and neurocritical care fellowships are planned to begin soon

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Type: Neurology

Subspecialty: Clinical Neurophysiology (EEG or EMG), Epilepsy, General Neurology, Interventional, Movement Disorders, Multiple Sclerosis/Neuro-Immunology, Neurocritical Care, Neurohospitalist, Neuromuscular, Neuro-oncology, Pain, Stroke, EMG, EEG

Position #: 3312

State: California


Neurosurgery :

Leading Neuroscience Institute in the Northeast Seeks Dual Vascular Neurosurgeon

A growing neuroscience institute in the Mid-Atlantic is interested in hiring a dual trained neurosurgeon to join their growing stroke/vascular program. The Neuroscience Institute offers extensive clinical care programs, research, and education in neurology, and takes a multi-disciplinary approach to spine and cranial disorders. Candidates must be ABNS BE/BC.

The new endovascular neurosurgeon will work collaboratively with 3 endovascular neurologists and assist in growing the vascular/stroke program. This position will be exclusively at the main campus, which boasts two bi-plane angiosuites, a 12-bed Neuro-ICU staffed with 4 neuro-intensivists, and the opportunity to be very busy clinically. The current team is performing over 50 cases/month with opportunity to grow and a number of stroke neurologists to refer cases.

This position offers a very competitive base salary and wRVU-based productivity bonus, benefits and deferred compensation.

The medical center is a 500-bed facility offering acute care services in numerous specialties including neurosciences, rehabilitation, cardiac, pediatrics, general surgery, obstetrics, oncology and many more. It is also home to several residency programs including family practice, rehabilitation, neurology and dentistry and colorectal surgery. The Neuroscience Institute is also affiliated with a local University School of Medicine, which offers a clinical faculty appointment, teaching and collaborative research opportunities.

Located in a beautiful township in the Mid-Atlantic voted one of the best places to live by Money Magazine. Offering proximity to a number of major east coast cities, fantastic schooling options, diverse population and a dynamic business community, it's a great place to live and work! The city offers affordable housing, museums, farmer’s market, live arts, great restaurants and numerous parks. An easy drive to New York City and Philadelphia allow you to be close to the action but away from the crowd.

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Type: Neurosurgery

Subspecialty: Endovascular

Position #: 3313

State: New Jersey


Neurology :

Large, Central New Jersey Health System Seeks Inpatient & Outpatient Neurologists

A large and growing Central New Jersey Health System is excited to welcome to additional general and subspecialized, neurohospitalist and outpatient neurologists to their growing program. The new hires will work at clinics or hospitals within a 3-county area of South Jersey. Along with a strong need for general neurologists, there is also subspecialty volume for epileptologists, headache and movement disorders neurologists, MS/neuro-immunologists, and Alzheimer’s/Cognitive neurologists, General and stroke-focused neurohospitalists are also of interest.

Inpatient Highlights:

• Neurohospitalists based in one or more hospital facility
• Opportunity for leadership role for the right candidate
• Opportunity to participate in clinical trials
• Telemedicine support for stoke
• Infusion Suite
• H-1B Visas supported

Outpatient Highlights:

• General and Subspecialist neurologists based in outpatient office
• Subspecialists with interest in Stroke, Epilepsy, MS/Neuroimmunology, Headache, Cognitive/Behavior, Movement Disorders especially welcome
• Ability to interpret EEG is a plus
• Opportunity for leadership role for the right candidate
• Opportunity to participate in clinical trials
• Telemedicine support for stoke
• Infusion Suite
• H-1B Visas supported

This New Jersey locale is located within Burlington County, a 30-minute drive west of Philadelphia, PA. Home to almost 500,000 residents the location offers an urban/suburban mixed feel. Home to superb school systems, boutique shopping, and plenty of arts and cultural outlets, this location is an excellent place to call home.

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Type: Neurology

Subspecialty: Clinical Neurophysiology (EEG or EMG), Epilepsy, General Neurology, Headache, Movement Disorders, Multiple Sclerosis/Neuro-Immunology, Neurohospitalist, Neuromuscular, Stroke, Alzheimer's Disease/Dementia, EMG, EEG

Position #: 3315

State: New Jersey

Characteristics: Access to large metropolitan area, Diverse community, Excellent schools nearby


Neurology :

Academic Neuro-Oncology & Multiple Sclerosis Specialists Needed at Northeastern Ohio Main Campus

A main campus academic medical center in Cleveland, Ohio, is currently recruiting neurologists with subspecialty training in Multiple Sclerosis and Neuro-oncology to join its team. The medical center boasts 11 regional hospitals and 40 healthcare centers throughout Northeast Ohio.

Hospital Highlights:
• 1000+ Beds on its 35-acre campus
• Ranked in over 7 categories in both Best Hospitals & Children’s Hospitals by U.S. News & World Report
• Second-largest neurology residency in the U.S.
• Largest clinical trial site in Northeast Ohio

Multiple Sclerosis Highlights:
• Active Multiple Sclerosis & Neuroimmunology program offering specialty clinics for the management of Spasticity and Autoimmune Encephalitis, regional infusion centers, clinical trials research, and the opportunity to participate in or collaborate with basic neuroscience research.
• Clinical Trials research supported.
• Basic Science research supported.
• Educational opportunities as core faculty in the 2nd largest Neurology residency in the US.
• Support the largest primary care network in the region with an integrated EMR.
• Robust neuroimaging research
• J-1 Visa waiver support

Neuro-Oncology Highlights:
• Frequent interaction with clinicians and researchers of the affiliate Cancer Center
• Neuro-oncologist will be hired at the assistant or associate professor level
• The Neuro-Oncology Program is a clinical and academic program with a world-renowned faculty that is particularly well known in the fields of surgical and medical clinical trials for CNS tumors, immunotherapy, and cancer stem cells.

Benefits Include:
• Qualify for Public Service Loan Forgiveness
• Relocation expense reimbursement
• Malpractice insurance Life and Long-Term Disability insurance -Attractive retirement options
• Health, dental, and vision insurance available for provider and family
• J-1 Visa waiver support

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Type: Neurology

Subspecialty: Clinical Neurophysiology (EEG or EMG), General Neurology, Multiple Sclerosis/Neuro-Immunology, Neuro-oncology

Position #: 3320

State: Ohio

Characteristics: Access to large metropolitan area, Attractive schedule options available, Diverse community, Excellent schools nearby, Near lakes and gorgeous natural areas, No or low trauma call, Research support available, Student loan repayment available, Teaching encouraged, Well organized and managed practice


Neurosurgery :

Coastal Florida Practice Looking to Add Partner With Immediate Volume and Competitive Hospital Income Guarantee

A highly successful and growing practice in coastal Florida is seeking a US board-certified/board-eligible neurosurgeon with an entrepreneurial spirit to continue the practice's standard of outstanding quality of care and compassion. The practice has two offices located along Florida’s east coast and the new partner will work out of one office and admit to one hospital.

The new hire will be joining a well-established neurosurgeon who has been in the community for many years and established this practice four years ago. The existing partner has a great reputation in the community and will be a fantastic partner and mentor. The hospital is providing a very competitive two-year income guarantee along with loan forgiveness opportunity. Walk into an established practice with immediate volume and no ramp up time. This will be a 90% spine, 10% cranial practice with no trauma call expectations. Call will be 1 in 3 and the group employs 3 advanced practice providers that assist in clinic and take call 10 days per month. There is a surgical ICU that is fully staffed with intensivists and the APP providers round in the ICU. Anticipated first year volume is 250 cases. There is opportunity for long-term top compensation (up to 95% percentile) and call is paid by the hospital.

Opportunity highlights:

• 90% spine practice with no pediatrics coverage
• No trauma
• Mentorship for new grads
• Two-year competitive income guarantee
• Loan forgiveness
• Two-year partnership track
• Immediate volume with 250 cases
• Departing orthopedic spine surgeon with no plans to replace
• 1 in 3 call paid by hospital
• Future ASC investment opportunity
• No state income tax

Hospital Highlights:

• 330-bed non-trauma designated hospital with plans to expand and open an ASC, providing investment opportunity for the new partner
• State of the art navigational systems
• Mazor Stealth Robotics
• Block OR time
• Surgical ICU staffed with hospital intensivists
• All private room neurosurgery floor
• Neurosurgery offices soon to undergo remodel

This is a beautiful coastal city with endless dining, shopping, and entertainment opportunities suitable for families and individuals. A variety of housing options exist including historical properties, upscale communities, and oceanfront condos. The city’s amenities include exceptional public and private schools and a variety of community-based events. Enjoy Incredible weather throughout the entire year with endless opportunities to enjoy the beach. The area offers convenient access to international airports as well as professional and collegiate sporting events. Forbes ranks Florida #7 in Best States for Business with no state income tax.

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Type: Neurosurgery

Subspecialty: General Neurosurgery

Position #: 3329

State: Florida

Characteristics: Beach community, Excellent schools nearby, No or low trauma call, Student loan repayment available, No/Low state income tax


Neurosurgery :

Very Busy, Well-Established Practice in Midwest Seeking General/Spine Neurosurgeon

An exceptionally busy practice in the Midwest is hiring a general or spine-focused neurosurgeon to join their very well-established practice. The group was founded in 1986 and has grown to one of the largest neurosurgery practices in the state. This private, physician-run practice services their community and several surrounding counties. The new neurosurgeons will enjoy immediate volume, a great case mix and collaborative partners. The partners are eager to provide mentorship to those interested.

The group covers and admits to two area hospitals as well as a physician-run hospital. The hospitals offer dedicated Neuro-ICU's, MRI, CT, Radiosurgery, Neuronavigation, O-Arms and C-Arms. The specialty hospital is a physician-owned surgery center offering neurosurgery, orthopedics, anesthesiology, neuroradiology and internal medicine. The specialty hospital is 36-beds with MRI and CT.

Practice Highlights:
• Primary catchment population of over 500,000 plus surrounding areas for a total of over 600,000
• Strong referral network of primary care physicians from many areas throughout the state and neighboring state
• Immediate volume available – clinic booked out 1-3 months on average
• Q6 call schedule; primary and backup call with extensive call support; hospital employs hospitals and group employs 4 PA’s and 4 NP’s. Call is very consultative. Trauma service admits patients and neurosurgery trauma cases are 3-4 per week on average.
• Very collaborative practice offering mentorship for younger neurosurgeons
• Anticipated first year volume to be 300-400 cases; current surgeons doing 400-500 cases annually on average
• Hospitals occasionally partner with group on research projects
• Strong earning potential including base salary and productivity bonuses. Ancillary income opportunity by buying into the specialty hospital
• Great mix of cases including spine, general neurosurgery, primary brain tumors and trauma

The community is a cultural center for the state, home to several art museums and performing arts groups. The local Art Museum is the largest art museum in the state and contains 7,000 works in permanent collections. Small art galleries are scattered around the city. The city is also the music hub of central region and draws major acts from around the world, performing at various concert halls, arenas and stadiums around the area. Most major rock 'n roll and pop-music stars, and virtually all country music stars, perform there during their career. The community is also home to several professional, semi-professional, non-professional, and collegiate sports teams, with sports venues located in and around the city. It has a well-deserved reputation as an affordable and pleasant place to live. With big-city amenities and midwestern cost of living, it's a great place to live and work.

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Type: Neurosurgery

Subspecialty: General Neurosurgery, Spine

Position #: 3332

State: Kansas


Neurosurgery :

General Neurosurgeon in Beautiful Southern Capital City

A medical Center in southern location is hiring a general neurosurgeon to join its very collegial group of 5. All cases are seen at this Level 3 trauma center and free- standing hospital. The new neurosurgeons will walk into immediate volume as the practice has grown significantly over the past few years. There will not be any pediatric coverage needed, and each neurosurgeon has their own PA who takes first call. Surgeons rarely must go in the middle of the night. Call will be taken one week out of every five, so one week of call and four weeks away from call.

The hospital administration is known to be extremely friendly and accommodating and have been regarded as the best in the country.

Practice Highlights:
o General neurosurgery practice
o Strong and well-established internal referral network
o Each neurosurgeon has their own PA
o Call schedule of 1 in 5 weeks
o 2-year guarantee with ability to bonus above the guarantee. RVU productivity after guarantee period with call for pay and stipend for PA supervision
o Clinical research support and opportunity to proctor someone for cases, if desired
o Extremely collegial and supportive hospital administration, regarded as best in the country
o Recent hospital expansion and development of multi-disciplinary spine center
o Collegial partners with a solid history in the community

With a 2-3-hour drive to the coast, you can easily spend free time on the beautiful beaches of Hilton Head, Charleston, Myrtle Beach or Wrightsville Beach. Enjoy historic sites, museums, galleries, music venues, theaters and shops. There are plenty of urban and rural areas to live with great neighborhoods and great school systems.

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Type: Neurosurgery

Subspecialty: General Neurosurgery

Position #: 3334

State: South Carolina


Neurology :

Large Well-Established Group Private Practice in New Jersey Seeks Additional Neurologists

This large, well-established, epilepsy-focused private practice was founded in 1998 and has consistently provided exceptional medical care to patients living in the Northeast. With 16 different clinic locations across New York and New Jersey, and 19-hospital based EMU’s, including 3 with Level IV designation, the group is proud to offer close-to-home care with 24/7, 7-day/week availability by highly trained and qualified epileptologists. The group is also equipped with the only magnetoencephalogram (MEG) in the northern east coast.

The group boasts the full and comprehensive support of board-certified adult and pediatric epileptologists, psychiatrists, neuropsychologists, clinical psychologists, nurses, EEG techs, nutritionists, and epilepsy researchers.

The group’s director and is excited to welcome additional adult and child epileptologists, as well as general neurologists. Trainees and experienced neurologists alike are welcome to apply.

About the area –
The New York and New Jersey metropolitan areas offer an abundance of living and community options; from the urban sprawl of Manhattan to the family-friendly, suburban townships and boroughs, there is something for everyone. The area boasts a wide array of options in the way of dining, entertainment, shopping, education, museums, and public parks.

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Type: Neurology

Subspecialty: Child Neurology, Clinical Neurophysiology (EEG or EMG), Epilepsy, General Neurology, Headache, EMG, EEG

Position #: 3338

State: New Jersey

Characteristics: Access to large metropolitan area, Attractive schedule options available, Diverse community, Excellent schools nearby, Particularly patient focused


Neurosurgery :

Academically Affiliated Neurosurgery Position in Large Ohio City

An academic medical center in Northeast Ohio is hiring an ABNS BE/BC spine focused, general neurosurgeon to join their Spine Institute for their West Market. The Spine Institute includes 4 hospitals and each neurosurgeon practices at 2 hospitals. The new neurosurgeon will join three neurosurgeons and two ortho spine surgeons in the group. Experienced neurosurgeons and new grads, especially those with spine fellowships, are encouraged to apply. Candidates should be comfortable with spine revision and MIS cases. New grads will have mentorship via main campus conferences and West Market neurosurgeons. Walk in volume due to Spine Institute referrals plus several neurosurgeons in the area have recently retired or plan to retire. Additional volume is expected due to insurance agreements with large corporations. Residents will rotate at the hospital with the new neurosurgeon.

Hospital System:
• 1000+ Beds on its 35-acre campus
• Ranked Top 10 Best Hospitals & Children’s Hospitals U.S. News & World Report
• Second-largest neurology residency in the U.S.
• Largest clinical trial site in Northeast Ohio

Practice Highlights
• Large Referral network
• Neurosurgeons on call for 3 level III trauma centers. Call is mostly consultative in nature. Neurosurgeons will receive 2-3 calls/ night over the span of a week on call and only go in at night once to twice/year.
• In patient and outpatient APP support
• Clinical research opportunities

This Ohio city has many different amenities that attract all different kinds of people. It is home to three major league sports teams and several minor league teams, the largest theatre complex outside of New York City's Broadway, museums and a huge park system, so that sports fans, arts enthusiasts, and outdoorsy interests are all accounted for. Boasting a cost of living that is more than 20% less than the national average, this city and the surrounding suburbs are a wonderful place to raise a family. Outside of healthcare, there are booming manufacturing industries, financial services, and biomedical companies for partners and family members. Right on the coast of a lake, those who are interested in boating and lake living will feel right at home.

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Type: Neurosurgery

Subspecialty: General Neurosurgery, Spine

Position #: 3354

State: Ohio

Characteristics: Access to large metropolitan area, Diverse community, Excellent schools nearby, Near lakes and gorgeous natural areas, Teaching encouraged, Visa support available, Low cost of living area


APP :

Exciting Neurology NP Opportunity Outside Boston, MA

A large practice located in a suburb of Boston is looking for an experienced Neurology Nurse Practitioner. This multispecialty neuroscience group includes seven highly trained neurologists and two APPs. This practice has seven locations outside of Boston that covers northeastern Massachusetts, Southern New Hampshire and Southern Maine. This is an opportunity to be part of a compassionate team that provides the highest quality health care to the Merrimack Valley.

Practice Highlights:
• Outpatient Opportunity
• M-F Schedule
• No Call
• Competitive Salary and Benefit Package

Area:
The practice is located in a beautiful area north of Boston. There are numerous lifestyle options ranging from the suburbs to coastal villages along the Atlantic Ocean or the beautiful countryside of rural Massachusetts. No matter where you decide to live, this region has world-class museums, restaurants, and entertainment; all with a distinctive sense of diversity and international flare. This location has something to offer everyone, whether it be the family seeking out the perfect school for the kids or the young professional looking for an exciting urban environment with plenty of opportunity.

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Type: APP

Subspecialty: NP - Neurology

Position #: 3361

State: Massachusetts


Urology :

Urology Opportunity with Chicago Area Program

A fully integrated, Chicago based healthcare system with state-of-the-art facilities is excited to welcome a urologist to their established practice in southern Chicago suburb. The healthcare system, one of the largest in IL, has a vast network of clinics and hospital. The incoming physician will practice at a 180 bed, level II trauma center.

Position Highlights:
• Will join existing practice
• General urology opportunity
• The practice has a robot so prior robotic experience is preferred, though not required
• Incoming urologist will be able to take advantage of the health care system’s vast referral network
• Competitive compensation with sign-on bonus

Area Highlights:
• Less than an hour from Chicago and world-class amenities. Someone could live in the southern part of Chicago or near Chicago suburb (Tinley Park) and enjoy all that Chicago has to offer but also have a reasonable commute to work.
• Rich in refreshing outdoor attractions, including a beautiful river for fishing, canoeing, and kayaking, a state park with forested acres offering hiking, fishing, hunting and camping options, and numerous woodland, farm park and riverfront trails throughout the area
• Fantastic school districts, family activities, outdoor concert series, art walks, festivals, and farmers markets
• Plethora of local restaurants, bars, breweries, and wineries
• Rich historic heritage on display with an abundance of antiques shops and a downtown area profuse in historic architecture
• Lower than average cost of living

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Type: Urology

Subspecialty: General Urology

Position #: 3364

State: Illinois

Characteristics: Access to large metropolitan area, Excellent schools nearby


Neurology :

Majority Outpatient Neurology Opportunity in the Beautiful State of Kansas

A large health system with academic ties in Kansas is currently recruiting an outpatient focused neurologist to join its neurology team. The program would welcome general neurologists and neurologists with subspecialty training in the context of general neurology.

Hospital Highlights:
• Primary Stroke Center
• 350+-bed hospital

Position Highlights:
• 100% Outpatient Position
• The position is primarily general neurology, however, there is an opportunity to build subspecialty volume in Epilepsy and Stroke for interested candidates
• Almost all inpatient consults are through outside tele-neurology service
• J-1 Visa Waiver support for 2022 and 2023
• MGMA Median Salary
• Very generous student loan forgiveness is available

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Type: Neurology

Subspecialty: Clinical Neurophysiology (EEG or EMG), Epilepsy, General Neurology, Headache, Movement Disorders, Multiple Sclerosis/Neuro-Immunology, Neuromuscular, EMG, EEG

Position #: 3367

State: Kansas

Characteristics: Excellent schools nearby, Near lakes and gorgeous natural areas, No or low trauma call, Particularly patient focused, Teaching encouraged, Visa support available, Low cost of living area


APP :

Outpatient Neurology NP/PA Opportunity in the Heart of California

A large medical center in central California is recruiting an Outpatient Neurology Nurse Practitioner or Physician Assistant to join its practice. This hospital includes a 52-bed neuroscience unit and a 20-bed critical care unit, and is home to one of the most sophisticated and comprehensive neuroscience centers for the prevention, diagnosis, management and treatment of a wide range of neurological disorders in the state. Staffed with three neurocritical care neurologists, one neurosurgeon, two stroke neurologists, as well as locums neurologists, the neuroscience department offers leading-edge technology aided by top notch nurses and clinical staff resulting in neurological care that’s truly unrivaled in the Central Valley; care provided by specialist who are also members of the local community. This is a great opportunity to become a contributing member of a team that prides itself in being home to central California’s highest level of care.

Practice Highlights:
• Outpatient Opportunity (M-F)
• No Call
• Complete Office Evaluations, Medical Diagnosis, Treatment and Follow-Up
• Competitive Salary and Benefits Package

Area:
Located in the heart of California, this city has an amazing diversity of natural beauty and recreational opportunities. It is located near national parks and dozens of other beautiful wilderness areas. The local museums, restaurants, and festivals provide deep cultural diversity to people who live near and far. Living in this city has all the amenities of living in a big city while getting to enjoy the ease of a small town. Compared to the surrounding area it is one of the most affordable cities to purchase a home in California.

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Type: APP

Subspecialty: NP/PA - Neurology

Position #: 3373

State: California


APP :

Inpatient Neurology NP/PA Opportunity in the Heart of California

A large medical center in central California is recruiting an Inpatient Neurology Nurse Practitioner or Physician Assistant to join its practice. This hospital includes a 52-bed neuroscience unit and a 20-bed critical care unit, and is home to one of the most sophisticated and comprehensive neuroscience centers in the state. Staffed with three neurocritical care neurologists, one neurosurgeon, two stroke neurologists, as well as locums neurologists, the neuroscience department offers leading-edge technology aided by top notch nurses and clinical staff resulting in neurological care that’s truly unrivaled in the Central Valley; care provided by specialist who are also members of the local community. This is a great opportunity to become a contributing member of a team that prides itself in being home to central California’s highest level of care.

Practice Highlights:
• Inpatient Opportunity (7-on/7-off)
• No Call
• Conducts Hospital Rounds
• Perform Consults
• Competitive Salary and Benefits Package

Area:
Located in the heart of California, this city has an amazing diversity of natural beauty and recreational opportunities. It is located near national parks and dozens of other beautiful wilderness areas. The local museums, restaurants, and festivals provide deep cultural diversity to people who live near and far. Living in this city has all the amenities of living in a big city while getting to enjoy the ease of a small town. Compared to the surrounding area it is one of the most affordable cities to purchase a home in California.

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Type: APP

Subspecialty: NP/PA - Neurology

Position #: 3373

State: California


Neurology :

Neuromuscular Opportunity in Southern Illinois

A well known university in Southern Illinois is seeking a neuromuscular specialist to join their growing faculty.

Opportunity Highlights:
- Fully Outpatient
- 100% EMG/Neuromuscular volume to start
- Call is 1:4
- Mentoring and teaching medical students, residents, advanced practice providers and support staff
- Robust support staff including an EMG tech
- Average of 16-18 patients per day, 30 minute appointments
- Two brand new EMG machines, one is portable
- Leadership opportunity for the interested candidate
- Opportunity to build a neuromuscular fellowship program
- Competitive compensation and RVU model with no threshold, generous CME allowance, excellent benefits package and University-funded malpractice plan.
- Continue your education with the help of tuition reimbursement
- Protected administration, teaching and research time

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Type: Neurology

Subspecialty: Neuromuscular, EMG

Position #: 3374

State: Illinois

Characteristics: Diverse community, Excellent schools nearby, Excellent work/life balance, Leadership role available, Particularly patient focused, Research support available, Well organized and managed practice, Low cost of living area


Neurology :

Medical Director opportunity for academic Alzheimer's Center in Illinois

A well known University in Southern Illinois is seeking a new Medical Director to lead the clinical operations within their Alzheimer's Research and Treatment Center. It is an exciting time to be a part of the growth and expansion of a regional neuroscience program, including their Neuroscience Institute which is comprised of Neurology, Neurosurgery, Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, Psychiatry.

The mission of the Alzheimer’s Center is to integrate patient care, education, and research to better understand the biological aspects of aging, cognition, and neurodegenerative disorders allowing us to design innovative personalized care that addresses both the underlying symptoms and the disease leading to improved patient, family, and community outcomes. This is accomplished through careful integration of Clinical Health, Analytical Neuroscience, and Community Engagement. The long-term goal of the Alzheimer’s Center is to become a nationally and internationally recognized center in the field of Alzheimer’s disease and dementia.

Medical Director Responsibilities
• Interest in implementing updated evidence-based care protocols and enhancing industry sponsored and investigator-initiated research
• Align clinical operations/workflow to incorporate evidence-based and research-focused neurocognitive assessment, biospecimen collection, etc. at all new patient appointments
• Update/serve as a reference for an introduction/welcome packet that includes clinical trial options, Beyond the Medical Center, and additional referral service (dietary, acupuncture, neuropsychology, etc.) options directed towards providers both within and external to the Alzheimer’s Center
• Enhance collaborative efforts with Psychiatry
• Increase telehealth and mobile health capabilities as allowed by regulations going forward, and Memory and Aging Network (MAN) involvement to facilitate the Alzheimer’s Center’s abilities to assess patients in rural populations, assisted living/memory care facilities, and collect biospecimens
• Assist in the expansion of the program by identifying clinicians to hire for additional support of our growing patient population, investigator-initiated research, and collaboration with basic/translational research opportunities
• Drive rural health initiatives by increasing outreach in rural areas and populations with higher risks for AD (African American, Hispanic, etc.)

Position Highlights:
• Protected Research and Administrative Time
• Opportunity to develop neurobehavioral fellowship program
• Two memory disorders neurologists and robust support system of three NP’s, one social worker and additional support staff
• Great relationship with the Center for Clinical Research, who provide support for our clinical trials

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Type: Neurology

Subspecialty: Alzheimer's Disease/Dementia

Position #: 3374

State: Illinois

Characteristics: Diverse community, Excellent schools nearby, Excellent work/life balance, Leadership role available, Particularly patient focused, Research support available, Well organized and managed practice, Low cost of living area


Neurosurgery :

Entrepreneurial Private Group in Beautiful Southern Town Seeking General/Spine Neurosurgeon

A well-established, entrepreneurial private practice in the southeast is seeking a BE/BC neurosurgeon with interests in spine and general neurosurgery. Interests in minimally-invasive spine would be welcomed. The practice has five satellite locations creating a patient draw area of approximately 700,000 people. This is the premier neurosurgery practice in the community.

The practice's primary admitting hospital is a 196-bed medical center, designated Primary Stroke Center, and Neuroscience Center of Excellence. The group also admits to and has ownership interest in an outpatient surgery center.

This is a terrific opportunity to walk into a busy practice with collegial relationships and mentorship for a younger neurosurgeon though experienced candidates are also encouraged to apply. The practice highlights include:

• Initial and sustainable income supported by a recently signed PSA with the hospital.
• State-of-the-art equipment including 2 O-Arms, CT, MRI, Stealth Navigation, BrainLab radiosurgery, bi-plane angiosuite, fluoroscopy and beta site for Zeiss microscopes.
• Opportunity to buy-in to ASC in equal share ownership - ASC used for outpatient spine, peripheral nerve and steroid injections and full anesthesiology supported.
• General call schedule will be 1:4
• Local medical school provides clinical research and device testing opportunities, medical student teaching rotations and lecturing.
• Anticipated first year volume of 250-300 cases and opportunity to do 300+ once established
• 70% spine 30% cranial case mix
• Two of the partners have dedicated PA's who round on weekends, take first call, assist in clinic and the OR. New neurosurgeon will also have dedicated PA
• Malpractice supported by the group

The city is known for its unique heritage and trend-setting southern culture. The city has a great mix of historic attractions, a lively downtown and a dynamic music scene. Home to terrific schooling options and higher learning institutions, the city is a great place to raise a family. The restored Victorian-era buildings throughout the downtown area comprise a terrific mix of specialty retailers, popular eateries and taverns and nightspots.

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Type: Neurosurgery

Subspecialty: General Neurosurgery, Spine

Position #: 3376

State: Georgia


Urology :

General Urology and FPMRS Opportunity with Large Hospital in Northeast Ohio

A large hospital in Northeast OH is excited to welcome an additional urologist to their growing hospital employed urology practice. The opportunity would be excellent for a general urologist. Sub-specialty interests in FPMRS would be a great fit as there is a current void in the market.

Hospital/Practice Highlights:
• Main campus has 400 beds
• Level 2 trauma center
• Currently 4 other urologists and 3 dedicated APP
• Practice has a DaVinci (SI and XI) with a dedicated robotics team

Position Highlights:
• Opportunity for a general urologist. Additionally, a FPMRS specialist would be very exciting to the practice as there is a high demand and a current void in the market
• The new urologist will be able to build a current practice very quickly. The current urologists are averaging 10k RVU
• Physician will split their time between OR and clinic
• Physician will have access to DaVinci (SI and XI), though robotics experience is not mandatory
• Will have a 4.5 day work week
• Call is 1:5 – all physicians get a ½ day off post call
• Opportunity to teach medical students and primary care residents, if interested
• Culture and collegiality is very important to the practice
• Very competitive compensation that includes a sign-on bonus and potentially student loan repayment. This is a hospital employed position.

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Type: Urology

Subspecialty: Female Pelvic Medicine and Reconstructive Surgery, General Urology

Position #: 3378

State: Ohio

Characteristics: Above market compensation package, Access to large metropolitan area, Attractive schedule options available, Excellent schools nearby, Excellent work/life balance, Student loan repayment available, Visa support available, Low cost of living area


Neurosurgery :

Thriving NY Private Practice with Huge Medical Draw Area Hiring a Spine-Focused Neurosurgeon

A thriving private practice outside of New York City is hiring an ABNS BE/BC neurosurgeon to replace a partner who has moved. The new neurosurgeon will join a team of two well-established, board-certified neurosurgeons. The successful candidate will have an enterprising mindset and want to work hard and build a flourishing practice.

This is a general / spine-focused neurosurgery practice opportunity with support available for endovascular, radiosurgery, endoscopy, neurosurgical oncology and trauma interests in the context of a general neurosurgery practice. Support is available for Endovascular, Complex Skull Base, Deformity Interests, & Significant Outmigration Volume for Capture.

The practice is affiliated with many of the leading hospitals throughout the area and benefits from a huge medical draw area covering three large counties; significant outmigration volume is available for capture.

Practice Highlights:
* Anticipated case volume for new neurosurgeon in year one is 150-200 cases; current neurosurgeons' case volumes are ~ 250 per year
* There is no sub-specialization currently within the group; practice mix is ~ 20-30% cranial and 70-80% spinal surgery
* The practice serves four regional hospitals with emergency department coverage and level 2-3 trauma; group has the potential to develop an endovascular program for a neurosurgeon with endovascular interests
* Significant outmigration volume exists due to current neurosurgeons working at capacity and to the current neurosurgeons' lack of sub-specialization focus; group currently is referring out a large volume of endovascular and complex skull base and deformity cases that could be captured by an interested neurosurgeon
* Referral support will come from partners, emergency departments, hospitals and from the medical community
* Area population is ~ 800,000 with medical draw area covering at least three large counties
* Very stable practice - practice manager has been with practice for ~ 20 years
* Group employs three PAs. PAs make rounds, assist with surgery, see patients in the office, and take first call
* Moderate trauma coverage burden; there is a level 1 medical center available for back up for anything that the group's neurosurgeons are not comfortable managing; trauma patients are generally admitted to the trauma service
* Neurosurgeons' call schedule will be 1/3 with the new hire (current schedule 1/2); call burden on average is (1-2) per night, and emergency cases occur ~ a couple of times per month
* No pediatric coverage required
* There is a robust patient population, and clinical studies could be performed if desired
* The hospitals have medical students and some (non-neurosugical) residents; teaching is an option, though it is not mandatory and not a burden
* Block OR time
* First year salary guarantee with a bonus of a percentage of net revenue for the entire practice; then graduated partnership for 2 years with full partnership at the end of the third year. No buy-in at partnership required!
* Malpractice insurance paid by the group


Area Highlights:
* Only a 40 minute drive to NYC's world-class attractions and cultural amenities
* School options are some of the best in the country with very high quality area public and private schools
* County features beautiful mountain views and offers amazing attractions including a premier university, a world famous trail system, award-winning wineries, riverfront restaurants, river rafting and boating opportunities, horse farms, and an abundance of shopping including antique shops, craft villages, and a premium outlet mall

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Type: Neurosurgery

Subspecialty: General Neurosurgery, Spine

Position #: 3379

State: New York

Characteristics: Access to large metropolitan area, Excellent schools nearby, Near lakes and gorgeous natural areas, No or low trauma call


Neurology :

General Neurology Opportunity in Western Pennsylvania

A University medical center in Western Pennsylvania is actively recruiting for two of its area hospitals. The two hospital sites share a single administration and are located only a few miles apart. One hospital sees primarily outpatient cases and the other sees more critical care on average. Due to upcoming planned retirements, the area hospitals are recruiting general neurologists.

Hospital Highlights:
• Newly renovated hospitals with strong University backing
• New Outpatient space
• Exclusive neurology service in the area

General Neurology Highlights:
• Call Is about 1:4 on weekends, though no call or other options are flexible
• Could possibly see 100% outpatient volume
• General Neurology, though opportunity to subspecialize up to 50%
• Faculty Appointment
• Teaching medical students & family medicine residents
• Cap exempt H-1b visa support
• Attractive compensation/benefits package

Western Pennsylvania has many valuable characteristics that many physicians are looking for. The area is diverse with living options in suburbs, rural locations, and nearby mid-sized cities such as Pittsburgh or Youngstown. The area is well known regionally for its charming college towns, great schools, low crime/traffic, abundant shopping, and affordable living.

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Type: Neurology

Subspecialty: General Neurology, Neurohospitalist

Position #: 3383

State: Pennsylvania


Neurology :

NY University Affiliated MS or Headache Neurology Opportunity with Salary Guarantee

An academically affiliated hospital in Upstate New York is excited to grow its neurology program with the addition of a BE/BC General Neurologist. Join current division of 2 neurologists in a multi-specialty group practice. This can be a 100% outpatient position, and most subspecialty interests can be supported in the context of general neurology. Headache and MS subspecialists in particular can see 50%+ existing volume in the practice.

PRACTICE HIGHLIGHTS:
- Pursue a community-based, outpatient Neurology practice in a growing, Central New York hospital;
- Faculty appointment available;
- 100% outpatient practice available;
- 1:4 light night/weekends/calls;
- Subspecialty interests in headache or MS especially welcome;
- Very competitive salary guarantee with enhanced incentive and benefit package;
- Generous vacation time & CME benefits;
- Interested candidates will have opportunities to participate in subspecialty clinical care, research and education programs
- Neurology is a division of a multi-specialty group practice consisting of 60+ providers

The Finger Lakes Region of Upstate New York offers a truly exceptional lifestyle. Excellent schools, convenient shopping, low crime rates, and high air and water quality combine to foster a superior environment with very affordable housing. Spring and summer seasons are superb and offer an abundance of outdoor activities including hiking, boating, golf, horseback riding, and a wealth of other activities. With its cool vistas and incredible foliage, autumn is a stunning time of year amenable to harvest winery tours, hunting and fishing. Winter offers an exciting array of seasonal activities with skiing and snowmobiling opportunities within an hour’s drive.

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Type: Neurology

Subspecialty: Clinical Neurophysiology (EEG or EMG), Concussion/Sports, Epilepsy, General Neurology, Headache, Movement Disorders, Multiple Sclerosis/Neuro-Immunology, Neurodegenerative (Alzheimer/Cognitive), Neuromuscular, Neurorehabilitation, Pain, Sleep, Stroke, Alzheimer's Disease/Dementia, Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis (ALS), EMG, EEG

Position #: 3393

State: New York


Neurosurgery :

Neurosurgeon Needed In This Gorgeous Western City!

A premier healthcare provider in the gorgeous West is adding a neurosurgeon to the team. Interests in spine, and/or trauma will be well-supported in the context of a general neurosurgery position.

The new hire will join an experienced neurosurgeon with a tremendous amount of leadership and program building experience. He is happy to consider those with experience and would be glad to mentor a new grad.

This is a level II 385 bed facility. The medical center has a comprehensive cancer center and is comprehensive stroke certified. It is part of a network that is comprised of two other hospitals, specialty centers and one of the largest primary care networks in the area.

Position Highlights:
• Hospital affiliation with local university
• 80/20 spine and cranial mix
• Brand new EMU just opened
• Movement disorders neurologist on staff along with two epileptologists
• Call is 1:4 as shared with local neurosurgeons
• Clinical research support exists; hospital has IRB
• 100 cases anticipated in year one with 200 expected once established
• Dedicated O.R. team
• Referrals come other hospitals in the network, and from employed and private practice PCPs
• APPs will be provided for the neurosurgery service
• Block O.R. time will be available
• 8 dedicated neuro-ICU beds; 21 bed joint and spine pavilion
• O-Arm on site
• Attractive base plus RVU plus call pay compensation structure

This highly desired area sports a cool, mid-century modern vibe, with cutting-edge dining and shopping. Excellent museums, gardens, hiking and culture await! Warm weather and low humidity make the city very livable. Enjoy 350 days of sunshine in this resort—like town!

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Type: Neurosurgery

Subspecialty: General Neurosurgery, Spine, Trauma

Position #: 3396

State: California

Characteristics: Access to large metropolitan area, Mountains nearby, Near lakes and gorgeous natural areas, Research support available


Neurosurgery :

Opportunity For Skull Base/Tumor Neurosurgeon In Large Mid-Atlantic City!

A prominent health system in a large Mid-Atlantic city is recruiting a general neurosurgeon to one of their premier community hospitals. Interests in tumors and skull base work is preferred.

With more than twenty-five specialized programs, the system has the largest and most expansive neuroscience-focused service in the region. The highly trained and nationally recognized physicians treat a wide range of conditions, including brain and spinal tumors, concussion, epilepsy, headache, memory disorders, multiple sclerosis and neuroimmunology, neuromuscular, neuro-ophthalmology, neurotrauma and neurocritical care, pain management, Parkinson’s disease and movement disorders, pediatric neurology, sleep disorders, rehabilitation, spine conditions, and stroke and cerebrovascular disease.

The system offers a comprehensive research program is committed to the advancement of treatment protocols. Surgical volumes rank among the highest in the nation. Neurosurgery resident education opportunities exist. The Neuroscience and Spine Institute employs a multidisciplinary approach so that patients and their families experience expert, coordinated care from diagnosis to treatment.


Neurosciences Program Highlights:
• Neurosurgery is the largest neurosurgical group practice in the metropolitan area
• The total clinical surgical volume of more than 3,000 cases is among the highest in the area
• Call requirement for one hospital only
• Academic culture with daily and weekly conference
• Opportunity to work with and teach residents and medical students
• Academic affiliation with local university
• Participation in clinical trials

About The Hospital:
• 318 beds; non designated trauma center
• 65/35 mix of spine and cranial work with 60/40-50/50 once established
• Two weeks of call per month and highly consultative
• A PA will be provided for the new hire; there are also two hospital PAs
• A dedicated 16-bed neurological neurosurgical ICU
• US News 2021 ranked #7 Hospital in the region, and the #13 Best Hospital in the state
• Thrombectomy- capable stroke center/ Excellence in Stroke Care
• Straight "A’s" from The Leapfrog Group's Hospital Safety Grade
• Technologies include: intraoperative CT (O-arm), interventional MRI, computer-aided navigation, robotic-assisted spine surgery, augmented reality-assisted spine surgery, MR-guided laser ablation, endoscopic neurosurgery, intraoperative ultrasound visualization and ablation, awake brain surgery, fluorescence-guided tumor visualization, Deep Brain Stimulation (DBS), and NeuroPace
• Diverse Patient Population
• Future expansion planned for Eastern Region with two new hospitals and a number of surgical centers

Live in a vibrant, historically rich, walkable city! Residents enjoy easy access to a wide-choice of chef-driven restaurants, an excellent boutique shopping scene and charming, historic architecture. Here you are surrounded by some of the nation’s top schools and prestigious universities.

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Type: Neurosurgery

Subspecialty: Neurosurgical Oncology/Skull Base

Position #: 3398

State: Virginia

Characteristics: Access to large metropolitan area, Diverse community, Excellent schools nearby


Neurology :

Neurohospitalist opportunity in San Antonio

A large neurohospitalist practice and a large healthcare system in San Antonio, Texas is excited to welcome several neurohospitalists. The team currently has 5 neurohospitalists covering its multiple locations. This program offers one of the most comprehensive neuroscience programs in the state of Texas with neurohospitalists covering its multiple locations.

Practice Highlights:
• Three locations within a small geographic area
• 1,536 Beds
• One of the largest hospitals in the United States
• Level III trauma center
• Non-profit Health Care System

Neurohospitalist Highlights:
• 7-on/7-off or 14-on/14-off schedules
• 7-5pm in hospital
• When on call, most calls can be taken from home
• Generous base salary and bonus structure
• Opportunity for research for interested candidates
• H-1b Visa Support available

San Antonio, while being the 7th largest city in the United States, boasts a small-town feel. Last year, more than 20,000 new residents moved into San Antonio, an influx that is the 2nd greatest than any other city in the nation. This growth is expected to continue, as San Antonio is projected to welcome 1.1 million new residents by 2040 that demographically represent what the US will look like in the future. This population boom has led to the revitalization of old neighborhoods and downtown landmarks as well as an economic surge. San Antonio growing industries include tech, bioscience, energy, and education.

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Type: Neurology

Subspecialty: Neurohospitalist

Position #: 3399

State: Texas

Characteristics: Access to large metropolitan area, Attractive schedule options available, Diverse community, Excellent schools nearby, Visa support available


APP :

Stoke Neurohospitalist NP/PA Opportunity in Southern CA

A Level II Medical Center in Southern CA is adding an experienced Stoke Neurohospitalist NP/PA to the team. This hospital is a Comprehensive Stroke Center that has raised the standard of neurological care in the region. Be a part of a growing hospital that is committed to serving the health needs of the community.

Practice Highlights:
- Inpatient Opportunity
- 7 On/7 Off Schedule
- No Call Responsibilities
- Competitive Compensation and Benefits

Location:
This southern city in California is a beautiful sun-drenched desert location that has more than 350 days of sunshine! Enjoy golf, tennis, hiking and biking, as well as a variety of restaurants, high-end shopping, and cultural amenities. This region, with approximately 600,000 year-round residents, has attracted many young families in recent years and continues to grow.

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Type: APP

Subspecialty: NP/PA - Neurology

Position #: 3400

State: California

Characteristics: Access to large metropolitan area, Mountains nearby, Near lakes and gorgeous natural areas


APP :

Neurosurgical NP/PA Opportunity in Southern CA

A Level II Medical Center in Southern CA is adding an experienced Neurosurgery Nurse Practitioner with their RNFA or Physician Assistant to the team. The hospital has achieved Advanced Certification in Spine Surgery from the Joint Commission and has raised the standard of neurological care in the region. Be a part of a growing hospital that is committed to serving the health needs of the community.

Practice Highlights:
- Inpatient/Outpatient Opportunity
- First Assist in the OR
- Call Responsibilities
- Competitive Compensation and Benefits

Location:
This southern city in California is a beautiful sun-drenched desert location that has more than 350 days of sunshine! Enjoy golf, tennis, hiking and biking, as well as a variety of restaurants, high-end shopping, and cultural amenities. This region, with approximately 600,000 year-round residents, has attracted many young families in recent years and continues to grow.

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Type: APP

Subspecialty: NP/PA - Neurosurgery

Position #: 3400

State: California

Characteristics: Access to large metropolitan area, Mountains nearby, Near lakes and gorgeous natural areas


Neurosurgery :

Academic affiliated hospital in New York seeking general neurosurgeon

A well-regarded health system in New York, with the support of a renowned academic medical center, is seeking a general neurosurgeon interested in spine. The new neurosurgeon will enjoy a faculty position, a highly supportive hospital administration & a strong elective practice.

The University neurosurgeons rotate four days per week at a nearby outreach clinic, which will help in developing referrals for the new neurosurgeon & create an atmosphere of support and camaraderie.

Practice Highlights:
• Very light Q2 call schedule with no trauma;
• Support of university faculty (neurosurgery and neurology) at local clinic;
• Robust clinical practice & existing referral base;
• Ability to perform a wide variety of cases including complex spine;
• Very competitive compensation plan including base salary and productivity bonus & call stipend;
• No vascular cases, pediatrics or trauma;
• World-class marketing/physician liaison support from the University;

This community offer a truly exceptional life style. Excellent schools, convenient shopping, low crime rates, and high air and water quality combine to foster a superior environment with very affordable housing. The region is a mecca for outdoor enthusiasts offering an abundance of activities in all seasons.

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Type: Neurosurgery

Subspecialty: General Neurosurgery, Spine

Position #: 3402

State: New York


Neurosurgery :

Busy Level I Trauma Center Excited To Welcome Spine Focused Neurosurgeon To This Southwestern City!

An award-winning medical center in the Southwest is recruiting a general neurosurgeon with interests in spine to join the team. The hospital is the only level I trauma center in the region. This teaching hospital has been ranked among the 100 Top Hospitals by Truven Health Analytics (formerly Thomson/Reuters). It is also the only hospital district in state to receive the Silver Award for Appropriate Care measures by the quality improvement organization for Medicare.

Position Highlights:
• 70/30 mix of spine and cranial work
• Call is 1:6
• APPs will take first call when new hire starts work
• Five APPs on staff currently with two more being added
• Strong referral base with six clinics throughout the region
• Concerted effort and focus on provider relations marketing
• Collaborative culture with a supportive and physician friendly administration
• Well-run program with a terrific practice administrator, member of NERVES
• Neurosurgery has three block O.R. days
• Dedicated neuro-ICU
• O-Arm exists with Stealth navigation
• Competitive compensation offering

This city offers over 300 days of sunshine a year! It can best be described as a large, growing metropolitan community with a small-town culture. US News and World Report ranks high schools best in the nation. There are private, magnate, and specialized needs learning programs. There are many hiking and mountain biking trails throughout the community and many major retail stores. It is home to many bedroom communities close to natural springs, snow skiing and water skiing / fishing!

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Type: Neurosurgery

Subspecialty: Spine

Position #: 3405

State: Texas

Characteristics: Diverse community, Visa support available, Tort reform state


Neurology :

Leadership & Research-Focused Behavioral Neurology Directorship in Southern California

A large medical research institute in southern California is excited to welcome a research-focused neurologist with interests in Cognitive/Behavioral Neurology to serve as Director of Behavioral Neurology, and join their new Chair of Neurosciences. A primary role of the Director will be to run an ongoing cohort study, part of a clinical research program focusing on early biomarkers of Alzheimer’s disease.

Position Highlights:

- Research-focused leadership opportunity (potential for some clinic, if desired)
- Join the program’s new Chair of Neurosciences in expanding the robust Behavioral research program
- Full support for migrating current research to the program
- Lead and grow the study’s dynamic team, with potential to bring on any current lab staff, and/or expand the program over time
- Work with clinical coordinators and PhD scientists investigating early biomarkers of Alzheimer’s in CSF, blood and urine, and EEG and MRI findings
- Connect with clinical participants about outcomes and any incidental medical findings
- Engage in existing collaborative relationships with other Los Angeles area research institutions
- Run a clinical consensus conference 1-2 times per month to review clinical participants’ results
- The ideal candidate will have a track record consistent with early career grant awards and publications
- Early-career and experienced Neurologists encouraged to apply
- Flexible Schedule

Los Angeles is the most populous city in California and the second-most populous city in the United States. The Los Angeles area is the cultural, financial, and social center of Southern California. Known for its Mediterranean-like climate, ethnic diversity, entertainment industry, and sprawling metropolis, it has something for everyone. Always within an hour from different outdoor areas such as the beach, mountains, desert, or forests, anyone can find an appealing place to call home. With a booming food industry, food of all national origins can be easily found with plentiful food trucks, family restaurants, and both upscale and casual dining. There are over 140 school districts in the Los Angeles area that offer Advanced Placement, International Baccalaureate, and gifted programs for families, many of which have an A+ rating. Culture, climate, education, job opportunities for families – the Los Angeles area has it all!

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Type: Neurology

Subspecialty: Neurodegenerative (Alzheimer/Cognitive), Alzheimer's Disease/Dementia, Neurodegenerative Disorders

Position #: 3410

State: California

Characteristics: Access to large metropolitan area, Beach community, Diverse community, Excellent schools nearby, Leadership role available, Mountains nearby, Near lakes and gorgeous natural areas, Research support available


Neurology :

Neurocritical Care faculty position with large university

A large Midwestern university is seeking a third neurointensivist to join its faculty. This is an exciting opportunity to join a collegial neurocritical care team, focused on delivering the highest quality patient care.

Hospital and Department Highlights:
- Join Department of over 50 faculty members
- Neurology Residency Program with 6 residents a year
- Fellowship Programs in Clinical Neurophysiology, Endovascular Surgical Neuroradiology, Epilepsy, Movement Disorders, MS, Neurocritical Care, Neuromuscular Medicine, and Vascular Neurology
- Level III trauma center
- Comprehensive Stroke Center
- Level 4 Comprehensive Epilepsy Center
- 18-bed dedicated neurocritical care ICU

Position Highlights:
- Support for research for the interested candidate
- Teaching encouraged
- Neurocritical Care APPs, part of daily rounding and assist in admissions and discharges
- 1:3 weeks of service; rounding on primary patients and providing neuro consult for the ICU
- Call from home with resident and APP support
- Faculty appointment

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Type: Neurology

Subspecialty: Neurocritical Care

Position #: 3415

State: Minnesota

Characteristics: Access to large metropolitan area, Diverse community, Excellent schools nearby, Excellent work/life balance, Near lakes and gorgeous natural areas, Research support available, Teaching encouraged, Low cost of living area


Neurosurgery :

Spine Focused Position In The Beautiful Mountain West!

A hospital system in the Mountain West has an opportunity for a spine focused neurosurgeon to join the group. This is a fantastic opportunity to join a truly collaborative team of excellent clinicians, supportive staff and leadership.

Immediate volume is available for the new neurosurgeon. With the growth of the population and tourism in the area, the health system recently acquired several acute access hospitals adding to the robust referral base that already exists.

The flagship hospital is a 149 bed level III trauma center. As an acute care regional referral center, the hospital has a catchment area of 13 counties with approximately 600,000 residents, and an estimated 2.5 million visitors each year.

Practice Highlights:
• Call is 1:4-5
• A pediatric component is available if desired
• APPs assist with call, rounding and in the O.R.
• Nurse navigator coordinates patients inside and outside of the system
• Outreach clinics in neighboring communities, participation is individualized
• 100 cases anticipated in year one with more than 200 once established
• 28 bed ICU, round the clock intensivists and hospitalist program exists
• Equipment includes new Midas Rex drills, two new Stealth navigation systems, new microscope and an O-Arm
• Stereotactic brain and spine radiosurgery, 3t MRI, functional MRI, Spect-CT and PET
• Nice quality of life with competitive compensation offering!

This charming community’s big city amenities include an international airport, a downtown shopping district, golf courses and dozens of restaurants all against one of the most beautiful backdrops in the country!

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Type: Neurosurgery

Subspecialty: Spine

Position #: 3417

State: Montana

Characteristics: Excellent work/life balance, Mountains nearby, Near lakes and gorgeous natural areas, Particularly patient focused, Well organized and managed practice


Neurology :

Health System is Hiring Sleep, Vascular, and General Neurologists

A hospital in central Iowa is currently recruiting neurologists to join its practice. The hospital is part a 13-hospital health system with medical centers throughout Iowa, Illinois, and Wisconsin. The team is excited to welcome a variety of subspecialties, including Sleep Neurology, Stroke, Epilepsy, Movement Disorders, Multiple Sclerosis, Headache, and Neuromuscular Neurology.

Sleep disorders neurologists and vascular stroke neurologists can both see majority specialty volume, while the other specialties can see a significant portion of specialty cases in the context of general neurology.

Hospital Highlights:
• 200+-bed medical center
• Level 3 trauma center
• Primary Stroke Center

Position Highlights:
• General neurology opportunities, Inpatient/Outpatient split
• Sleep and vascular stroke specialists can see majority subspecialty volume
• Epilepsy, Movement Disorders, Multiple Sclerosis, Headache, and Neuromuscular specialists can see subspecialty volume in the context of general neurology
• Strong APP support available; One focuses on outpatient clinic and the other focuses on hospital rounding
• Average of 15 patients per day
• Nonburdensome call with APP assistance; nearly all call taken via telephone and not required to return to the office/hospital

Compensation & Benefits:
• Support for H-1b Cap Exempt
• Support for J-1 Visa Waiver for 2023
• Above-MGMA median salary; 2-year guarantee then move to RVU model
• Training Stipends available for trainees
• Value performance bonus available after 1 year
• Relocation assistance available
• Signing Bonus available

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Type: Neurology

Subspecialty: Epilepsy, Headache, Movement Disorders, Multiple Sclerosis/Neuro-Immunology, Neuromuscular, Sleep, Stroke

Position #: 3419

State: Iowa

Characteristics: Above market compensation package, Excellent schools nearby, Visa support available, Well organized and managed practice, Low cost of living area


Neurology :

100% Outpatient Neurology Position Located in Blue Ridge Mountains

A large health system in Eastern Tennessee is excited to a hire outpatient-focused neurologists to join their program. Neurologists with subspecialty training in MS/Neuroimmunology, Alzheimer's/Cognitive/Behavioral Neurology, Movement Disorders, and Epilepsy would be extremely well-supported and have close to 100% subspecialty volume to start.

There are 8 neurologists in the area who currently handle the catchment area of well over 500,000.

Practice Highlights:
• Employed Neurology Practice
• 348-bed hospital
• Level 1 trauma center
• Primary Stroke Center
• Ballad Health Support for EEG, EMG, Evoked Potentials, and additional equipment

Opportunity Highlights:
• Immediate Volume for Cognitive/Behavioral, MS, Movement Disorders, and Epilepsy specialists
• Research Support Available
• No Hospital call
• Two EEG Technicians
• Teaching Encouraged through primary care and internal medicine residency programs
• Compensation and Benefits: Competitive salary, aggressive signing incentives, generous relocation allowance, paid malpractice, full benefits (retirement, medical/dental/vision/vacation)

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Type: Neurology

Subspecialty: Clinical Neurophysiology (EEG or EMG), Concussion/Sports, Epilepsy, General Neurology, Headache, Movement Disorders, Multiple Sclerosis/Neuro-Immunology, Neurodegenerative (Alzheimer/Cognitive), Pain, Sleep, Alzheimer's Disease/Dementia, Developmental Neurology, EMG, EEG

Position #: 3420

State: Tennessee

Characteristics: Attractive schedule options available, Excellent schools nearby, Excellent work/life balance, Mountains nearby, Near lakes and gorgeous natural areas, No or low trauma call, Particularly patient focused, Teaching encouraged, Well organized and managed practice, No/Low state income tax


Neurosurgery :

Neurosurgeon Needed In Large Texas City!

A beautiful newly built hospital in Texas just outside of a major metropolitan city is recruiting a spine-focused neurosurgeon. This 110-bed medical center has achieved level III trauma status since it opened in 2017. The hospital is part of a mid-sized, very well-established health system. Regional administrative and clinical leadership work cohesively offering a team-inspired culture of unity and collaboration.

There are five neurosurgeons in the region currently, two of them admitting to this medical center. The group is happy to consider those with experience and newly trained graduates. Mentorship is available.

The community is one of the fastest-growing in the nation and is ranked in the top 100 highest-income urban areas in the U.S. The city offers lakes, trails, golf courses, shopping, fantastic dining, performing arts, master-planned communities, a booming economy, and some of the best schools in the state!

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Type: Neurosurgery

Subspecialty: Spine

Position #: 3423

State: Texas

Characteristics: Access to large metropolitan area, Excellent schools nearby, Near lakes and gorgeous natural areas, No or low trauma call, Tort reform state


Neurology :

General Neurology with Subspecialization Potential in Indiana

A 14-hospital health system serving patients in Indiana and Illinois. The system is currently seeking general and sub-specialized outpatient neurologists for several of its Indiana and Illinois locations.


The Chicagoland (Indiana) location is a full-service, acute-care hospital designed to meet the growing healthcare needs of our surrounding communities. The hospital is seeking outpatient neurologists. Neurologists with interests in general neurological disorders, nerve conduction studies, EEG interpretations, and Botox injections will be well supported and will walk into immediate volume. Though all are welcome to apply.

Hospitals and Position Highlights:
• Schedule: Monday –Friday, 8:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m.
• Weekday, Weekend & Holiday Call: 1:4
• Both inpatient and outpatient service
• Average outpatient volume: 25 – 30 patients per week
• Average inpatient volume: 20 – 25 patients per week
• Inpatient Volume: 10 – 14 patients per day
• Interests in general neurological disorders, nerve conduction studies, EEG interpretations, and Botox injections will be well supported
• Very competitive compensation package


The Chicagoland (Illinois) location is seeking a Board Eligible/Board Certified Neurologist to join its team to meet the growing demands for Neurology services 30 minutes south of Chicago. This position presents the opportunity for an entrepreneurial physician to build a program, ramp up very quickly and tap the potential in the market. Preferred physicians will have EEG and EMG experience or training, though all are encouraged to apply!

Hospital and Position Highlights:
• Schedule: Monday – Friday, 8:30 a.m. – 4:00 p.m.
• 36 patient contact hours with 4 hours administrative time
• Both inpatient consult and outpatient service
• Outpatient schedule to include ½ day clinic and ½ day procedures
• Average outpatient volume: 7 – 10 per day
• Coordinate with private neurology practice for call coverage
• Potential for Medical Directorship if experienced in teaching, leadership and education


The Central Indiana location stands as a unique, state-of-the-art hospital designed for the future, equipped to deliver clinical excellence and focused on compassionate, patient-centered care. This location is seeking inpatient neurohospitalist and outpatient neurologists. General neurologists, epileptologists, and movement disorders neurologists are especially welcome.

Hospital and Position Highlights:
• 186-bed hospital
• Primary Stroke Center
• Get With The Guidelines 2017 Stroke Silver Plus Award
• Neurohospitalist opportunity
• General Neurology opportunity
• Epilepsy and Movement Disorders sub-specialists could build sub-specialty practice over time
• Very competitive compensation package

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Type: Neurology

Subspecialty: Clinical Neurophysiology (EEG or EMG), Epilepsy, General Neurology, Headache, Neuromuscular, Sleep

Position #: 3424

State: Indiana

Characteristics: Access to large metropolitan area, Attractive schedule options available, Diverse community, Excellent schools nearby, Low cost of living area


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Urology :

FPMRS/General Urology Opportunity with Practice Near Chicago

A dynamic, fun, & family-oriented Private Practice near Chicago is excited to welcome a superstar FPMRS and/or General Urologist to their expanding practice. Culture and collegiality are vital, as the managing partners are seeking a long-term fit.

Practice Highlights:
• Practice covers two Level II trauma centers
• 8 Urologists, 1 NP
• Practice has:
-Urodynamic Machines
-15 Cystoscopes
-3 different ultrasound machines
-Attached OR where outpatient services can take place.
• Fun and welcoming environment
• Collegiality and culture are top priorities

Position Highlights:
• Fellowship trained FPMRS Urologist, and/or a General Urologist
• Expansive catchment area(s), enabling the incoming physician to quickly build their practice
• Easy split between OR and Clinic
• Call schedule 1:9
• Time consideration for partner: 1 Year
• Opportunity to teach Primary Care residents if interested
• Guaranteed first year salary
• Sign-on bonus and/or Loan Repayment negotiable

This a community where you can enjoy the benefits of a small town in a big way. It is home to 150, 000 people and is an hour drive to Chicago O'Hare Airport, and an hour to another major metropolitan city. This city offers many cultural activities such as a symphony orchestra and traveling cultural performances. Residents enjoy affordable housing, a scenic riverfront with water based activities, an excellent park system and a wide variety of golf courses. The community has private, parochial and public schools and the public school system has a gifted program that is very highly rated. The city offers terrific restaurants and shopping venues with all of the normal retail chains. An easy drive to Chicago offers major sporting events, world class dining and shopping, an abundance of cultural opportunities & proximity to a major international airport.

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Type: Urology

Subspecialty: Female Pelvic Medicine and Reconstructive Surgery, General Urology

Position #: 3427

State: Illinois

Characteristics: Access to large metropolitan area, Attractive schedule options available, Diverse community, Excellent work/life balance, Mountains nearby, Near lakes and gorgeous natural areas, Well organized and managed practice, Low cost of living area


Neurology :

Midwestern Academic Center Seeks Neuromuscular Leader

A large, academic center in the Midwest is excited to grow with the addition of two neuromuscular neurologists. Candidates trained in neuromuscular medicine or clinical neurophysiology with an EMG track are especially welcome. This extremely collegial and supportive environment is ideal for a young neurologist or someone with experience.

The center treats thousands of patients in the area each year and recently moved to a brand new, state-of-the-art building. The new neurologists will enjoy opportunities for research and leadership, along with a very competitive compensation package.

Position Highlights:
• 80% Clinical – 20% Research
• Non-burdensome call schedule
•100% Neuromuscular volume
• Opportunities to participate in clinical trials and / or bench research
• J-1 & H1-B visas can be accommodated
• Competitive compensation

This Midwestern city is alive with energy and excitement offering a vibrant music & food scene and a wealth of world-class family friendly attractions. An abundance of scenic state parks close by, this city also hosts great private and public school options, affordable cost of living, and a mild climate.

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Type: Neurology

Subspecialty: Clinical Neurophysiology (EEG or EMG), Neuromuscular

Position #: 3434

State: Missouri


Neurology :

Medical Director of Multiple Sclerosis Needed at Near-NYC Health System

A large health system in New Jersey, halfway between NYC and Philadelphia, PA, is excited to welcome a Medical Director of Multiple Sclerosis / Neuro-immunology to their already-established Comprehensive MS Center. The new hire will have extensive experience in MS / neuro-immunology volume, and will enjoy the support of 2 additional MS / neuro-immunologists, an MS-trained DNP, as well as a social worker and an on-site rehab/PT center.

About The Medical Center –
• 287-bed Primary Stroke Center & Level II Trauma Center
• Comprehensive Multiple Sclerosis Center
• 9-bay Infusion Center
• 19-bed neuro-unit
• MRI
• EEG-monitoring capabilities

Medical Director of Multiple Sclerosis Opportunity Highlights & Responsibilities –
• 100% Multiple Sclerosis volume
• Administrative & Clinical Duties
• Opportunities to participate in teaching (rotating medical students & residents)
• Opportunities to participate in research (bench & clinical trials)
• Non-admitting service line / no hospital responsibilities
• Non-burdensome, non-hospital call (every 3rd week, Friday – Thursday)
• Competitive compensation package

About the Area –
This lovely location is a bedroom community in central New Jersey and is conveniently located halfway between New York City (1 hour) and Philadelphia (1 hour), making it a great option for commuters who prefer a more suburban home location.” Low taxes, an award-winning parks and recreation department, and a great school system make this location a great option for singles and families alike.

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Type: Neurology

Subspecialty: Multiple Sclerosis/Neuro-Immunology

Position #: 3435

State: New Jersey


Neurology :

Inpatient opportunities in Houston, Texas

A well-known, large, health system in Houston, TX is currently seeking a neurohospitalists and a stroke medical director to join their growing program.

Neurohospitalist Details:
• 7on/7off or 14on/14 off schedule
• 2 Neurohospitalist openings
• APP support for neurologists
• Tele stroke in place
• Leadership opportunities available

Neurocritical Care Details:
• Neurointensivist opportunity at their Comprehensive Stroke Center
• Neuroscience-dedicated floor with a 18-bed Neuro-ICU
• Neurology APPs provide support in the Neuro-ICU

Stroke Medical Director Position:
• Stroke Medical Director needed to elevate hospital to Primary Stroke Certified Center
• Inpatient and Outpatient clinical mix
• M-F schedule initially but will evolve into 7on/7off schedule

The diverse neighborhoods define one of the most beautiful suburban areas in the South. You can buy or build homes on the lake or with stunning park views, and enjoy paths for hiking, biking, and walking. This large, planned community has a beautiful athletic facility, its own marathon/triathlon community, 7 golf courses and a tremendous number of other amenities. Excellent schools, outdoor living and metropolitan amenities in a prosperous community make this an excellent place to raise a family and live life to the fullest!

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Type: Neurology

Subspecialty: Neurocritical Care, Neurohospitalist, Stroke

Position #: 3437

State: Texas

Characteristics: Access to large metropolitan area, Diverse community, Leadership role available, No/Low state income tax


Neurology :

General Neurology Opportunities in Houston, Texas

A well-known, large, health system in Houston, TX is growing and needs to hire outpatient neurologists to work at two of its campuses. Sub-specialty interests are welcome in the context of general neurology.

Position Details:
• 100% Outpatient
• 8 am – 5 pm Monday – Friday
• 12-15 patients per day
• No ER call
• Support for specialty interests, including Epilepsy, Movement Disorder and Headache
• Leadership opportunity available for the right candidate
• Excellent administrative and clinical support with tenured staff

Alive with energy and rich in diversity, Houston, Texas is a dynamic mix of outstanding performing and visual arts venues, local teams representing all major sports, countless restaurants offering a variety of excellent cuisine and world-class attractions. With a vibrant economy, Houston is home to thriving businesses include growth in high-technology industries, medical research, health care, and professional services. With its beautiful surroundings, mild year-round climate, low cost of living and high quality of life, Houston, TX has much to offer.

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Type: Neurology

Subspecialty: General Neurology

Position #: 3437

State: Texas

Characteristics: Access to large metropolitan area, Diverse community, Leadership role available, No/Low state income tax


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Urology :

General Urology/Robotics Opportunity in the Orlando, FL Area

A suburban Orlando hospital is excited to welcome a general urologist to their growing practice. The incoming physician will practice in a 220 bed, level 2 trauma center. The hospital offers a wide array of services, including robotic surgery as well as a large referral network .

Position Highlights:
-General urology focus
-Robotics experience/training required
-Will join a team that consists of three urologists and one nurse practitioner 
-Competitive compensation package

Location Highlights:
The hospital is located is a growing lake front community with a population of 60,000. They are conveniently located about halfway between the attractions of Orlando (25 miles) and the beaches of Daytona Beach (35 miles). The town is well-known for its brick lined streets and has a charming downtown, pristine waterfront, unique shops and restaurants. Events, such as the Saturday morning farmers market, theatrical productions at the local Performing Arts Center, and the monthly street parties attract visitors from all over the Central Florida region. For families, Sanford offers a wide variety public and private schooling options.

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Type: Urology

Subspecialty: General Urology

Position #: 3439

State: Florida

Characteristics: Access to large metropolitan area, Near lakes and gorgeous natural areas, No/Low state income tax


Urology :

General Urology Opportunity with Growing Practice in Orlando Suburbs

A large tertiary medical center in the Orlando area is excited to welcome an general urologist to their growing practice. The level II trauma center has over 400 beds and is a teaching hospital for a nearby medical school. The hospital employed urology practice has 3 urologists and two nurse practitioners and is eager to an additional urologist due to patient demand.

Position Highlights:
• General urology opportunity
• Will join a group of three urologists and two nurse practitioners (one has 30+ years of experience)
• The practice is busy and will offer an extremely fast ramp-up and bonus opportunity
• Robotics available (daVinci surgical systems)
• The clinic conveniently located on hospital campus
• Competitive salary and comprehensive health benefits package


Location Highlights:
The hospital is in a growing Orlando suburb of 70,000 people. While it is known for being minutes away from world-famous Walt Disney World and other theme parks, the city is less than an hour away from the sandy beaches of the Atlantic Ocean and two hours from the Gulf of Mexico. Numerous public and private schools and local universities offer excellent education options. The Orlando International Airport is minutes away and offers direct flights to destinations all over the world.

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Type: Urology

Subspecialty: General Urology

Position #: 3441

State: Florida


Neurosurgery :

Large Private Practice In The Rockies Seeks Functional Neurosurgeon

A premiere private practice in the Rockies is growing! This well-established practice enjoys a collaborative relationship under a physician service agreement a 17 hospital health system. The system works exclusively with the practice to provide neurosurgery services for the region.

The practice is interested to recruit a general neurosurgeon with subspecialty interests in functional work. DBS, epilepsy, and pain volume is available within the context of a general neurosurgery position.

The hospital is a 231-bed level II trauma center. Known for its forward-thinking culture, this hospital has been recognized by Becker’s as one of the 50 Greenest Hospitals in America. It has received an “A” grade for Safety from Leapfrog. This medical center has a 6-bed neuro-ICU and a level 3 epilepsy center. It also has up to date technology and equipment including stealth navigation C-Arm.

This is a program building opportunity to further develop and expand the functional service line. There are three epileptologists and one movement disorders neurologist on staff.

Position Highlights:
• Experienced candidates and new grads are both welcome
• 1:4 call
• 5 APPs are on staff currently, additional APPs will be recruited for new hires
• One APP is used for call purposes; one helps in the clinic and the rest are paired with neurosurgeons for rounding and O.R.
• Clinical research support exists; the system has a dedicated clinical research department at the corporate and the local level
• Conservative estimate of 100 cases anticipated in year one with 250-300 expected once established
• Block OR time available
• Tort reform state!
• Attractive compensation offering of 3-year guarantee and an RVU + call pay structure thereafter
• Two-year track to partnership with ancillary opportunities for income including an ASC

This city is a vibrant metropolis with 300 days of sunny skies annually and is considered the healthiest state in the nation. The downtown district is a clean and lovely business district that includes a walkable mile-long shopping area. The city has the largest park system of any metropolis in the country, with more than 250 parks in the city and more than 14,000 acres of mountain parks and 1,700 acres of natural and open space areas in the nearby mountains. There are several local breweries and brewpubs within the city limits. Major league sports are also available here including the NHL, NFL, MBA and the MLB. From shopping to hiking, to biking and more, you can find it all here!

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Type: Neurosurgery

Subspecialty: Functional/Epilepsy/Pain/Periph. Nerve

Position #: 3443

State: Colorado

Characteristics: Access to large metropolitan area, Excellent schools nearby, Mountains nearby, Near lakes and gorgeous natural areas, Well organized and managed practice


Neurosurgery :

Growing Private Practice In Large Rocky Mountain City Seeks General Neurosurgeon!

A premiere private practice in the Rocky Mountain West is growing! The group is interested to recruit a general neurosurgeon. This well-established practice enjoys a collaborative relationship under a physician service agreement with a 17 hospital health system. The system works exclusively with the practice to provide neurosurgery services to the region.

The hospital is a 231-bed level II trauma center. Known for its forward-thinking culture, this hospital has been recognized by Becker’s as one of the 50 Greenest Hospitals in America. It has received an “A” grade for Safety from Leapfrog. This medical center has a 6-bed neuro-ICU and a level 3 epilepsy center.

Position Highlights:
• Experienced candidates and new grads are both welcome
• 1:4 call
• APPs on staff to help with call, in clinic, rounding and in the O.R.
• Clinical research support exists; the system has a dedicated clinical research department at the corporate and the local level
• Conservative estimate of 100 cases anticipated in year one with 250-300 expected once established
• Block OR time available
• Tort reform state!
• Attractive compensation offering of 3-year guarantee and an RVU + call pay structure thereafter
• Two-year track to partnership with ancillary opportunities for income including an ASC

This city is a vibrant metropolis with 300 days of sunny skies annually and is considered the healthiest state in the nation. The downtown district is a clean and lovely business district that includes a walkable mile-long shopping area. The city has the largest park system of any metropolis in the country, with more than 250 parks in the city and more than 14,000 acres of mountain parks and 1,700 acres of natural and open space areas in the nearby mountains. There are several local breweries and brewpubs within the city limits. Major league sports are also available here including the NHL, NFL, MBA and the MLB. From shopping to hiking, to biking and more, you can find it all here!

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Type: Neurosurgery

Subspecialty: General Neurosurgery

Position #: 3443

State: Colorado

Characteristics: Access to large metropolitan area, Excellent schools nearby, Mountains nearby, Near lakes and gorgeous natural areas, Well organized and managed practice


Neurology :

A Large Health System in South Florida is seeking additional neurologists with training in General Neurology, Headache, Memory Disorders/Dementia, Movement Disorders, and Neurohospitalist.

A large health system in beautiful South Florida is looking for additional neurologists to join its growing neurosciences program. Neurologists with an interest in Headache, Memory Disorders/Dementia, Movement Disorders, and (general) neurohospitalist would be welcomed and well supported. The new neurologist will collaborate with a multidisciplinary team of fellow neurologists, neurosurgeons, neuropsychologists, and neuroradiologists to provide cutting-edge neurological care in both an inpatient and outpatient setting.

This program uses advanced technology and innovative procedures to treat a broad spectrum of neurological conditions, including neuro oncological, neurovascular, neuromuscular, and neuroinflammatory. The institute offers a wide range of surgical services including pituitary surgery, functional neurosurgery, cerebrovascular neurosurgery, and spine surgery, and also offers minimally invasive procedures such as image-guided brain surgery, minimally invasive spine surgery, and neurovascular intervention. They have been named a Neuroscience Institute of Excellence, is a Level 4 Epilepsy Center by the National Association of Epilepsy Centers (NAEC), is an Advanced Comprehensive Stroke Center by the Joint Commission, and has been awarded the Target: Stroke Honor Roll Elite Plus Achievement Award for excellence in treating stroke.

Neuroscience Institute Highlights

• Named a Neuroscience Institute of Excellence
• Neurology Residency Program with plans to develop Fellowship programs over the next 5 years
• Advanced Comprehensive Stroke Center
• Level I Trauma Center
• 20 Neuro-ICU beds, all with long-term monitoring capability
• 36 intensivists and 9 dedicated critical care advanced practice providers.
• Level 4 Epilepsy Center
• 4-bed EMU
• DBS Program
• Awarded the Target: Stroke Honor Roll Elite Plus and Gold Plus Achievement Award by the American Heart Association/American Stroke Association
• One of the largest public healthcare systems in the United States
• Ranked 11 times since 2008 on nationally recognized lists of great places to work


Position Highlights:
• Leadership Opportunities Available for Qualified Candidates
• 7on/7off Schedule
• Ability to focus on majority subspeciality volume
• No Stroke or Trauma Call
• Research and Teaching well supported

About South Florida
South Florida offers a dynamic urban/suburban lifestyle with an abundance of cultural and recreational amenities, miles of beautiful beaches, top-rated golf courses, zoos and wildlife refuges, a vibrant arts community, museums, and world-class dining. South Florida's high quality of life – including year-round summer weather, exciting multiculturalism, and no state income tax – attracts new residents from all over the country and around the world.

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Type: Neurology

Subspecialty: Clinical Neurophysiology (EEG or EMG), Concussion/Sports, General Neurology, Headache, Movement Disorders, Multiple Sclerosis/Neuro-Immunology, Neurodegenerative (Alzheimer/Cognitive), Neurohospitalist, Alzheimer's Disease/Dementia, Developmental Neurology, EEG

Position #: 3446

State: Florida

Characteristics: Access to large metropolitan area, Beach community, Diverse community, Excellent schools nearby, Near lakes and gorgeous natural areas, Particularly patient focused, Research support available, Teaching encouraged, Visa support available, Well organized and managed practice, No/Low state income tax


Neurosurgery :

Large Physician Led Multispecialty Group in the Midwest Hiring Neurosurgeon for Trauma Center

One of the largest physician-owned and governed multi-specialty clinics in the Midwest, is hiring a general neurosurgeon to join the practice’s three collegial neurosurgeons. The new hire will replace a neurosurgeon that left and additional volume will be available due to a senior neurosurgeon that is slowing down his practice. Currently, neurosurgeons are seeing approximately 300 cases/year and the new hire can expect to see 200 cases in their first year. Experienced neurosurgeons and new grads are invited to apply. New grads will have the support of eager mentors.

With more than 270 providers and 40 specialties offered, this practice has an excellent reputation and a strong referral network. They rank in the top 3 performers in quality and value as determined by Wellmark’s 3M Value Index Score as part of Wellmark’s Accountable Care Organization. Their Multidisciplinary Spine Center encompasses neurosurgery, PM&R, pain management and physical therapy. Neurosurgeons practice at Iowa Methodist Medical Center, a 370 bed, level I trauma center. The fully equipped OR has an O-Arm, multiple navigation systems and microscopes. State of the art Radiosurgery equipment is available.

Practice Highlights:
• Case mix is 70% spine: 30% cranial
• Call is 1:4 and is mostly consultative. Neurosurgeons only go in at night if necessary due to excellent Trauma docs.
• 2 PAs that help with rounding and first assist
• Block OR time available
• 2 year income guarantee with opportunity to bonus; production based after year 2
• Ancillary income opportunities available
• Physician-friendly state (#2 best state to practice medicine according to MDLinx 2019)

Vibrant, safe, and affordable–this city is the fastest growing city in the Midwest with a metro population of about 700k. Enjoy the outdoor fun like festivals and fairs in all four seasons or live it up in the city among a thriving and eclectic restaurant and brewery scene. Here, find many family-friendly activities like visiting the zoo, watching a minor league baseball game, or taking a bike ride on the system of trails woven through the city. With a low cost of living and big-city comforts, the city is a wonderful place to call home. The city’s 2021 rankings include “Top Ten City to Live in After the Pandemic” by today.com, “#2 safest place to live” by realestate.usnews.com, among other accolades.

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Type: Neurosurgery

Subspecialty: General Neurosurgery, Spine, Trauma

Position #: 3447

State: Iowa


Neurosurgery :

Academic Spine Neurosurgery Opportunity In Large Midwest City!

Due to a significant increase in volume, a large academic center in the Midwest is recruiting a spine fellowship-trained neurosurgeon. Interests in scoliosis and all other aspects of spine will be well supported. Interests in peripheral nerve is welcome though not required. This position requires a spine fellowship or equivalent experience.

The position is a split opportunity between a community hospital in the area and the main campus. The new hire can expect 60% time spent at the community center and 40% at the main campus.

The community hospital is a 144-bed non-trauma designated center and is part of a 14-hospital health system. The academic center is a level I teaching hospital and part of a large health system serving 4 states. It holds comprehensive stroke designation along with Level IV EMU status.

Position Highlights:
• Opportunity to participate in resident education and clinical research
• Residents take first call, 5 APPs at main campus, 2 APPs at community hospital
• Call at community center is consultative in nature
• Dedicated Neuro-ICU beds at main campus
• Medtronic & Stealth spine and brain navigation at both hospitals
• Main hospital building new surgery center expected to open in January ‘23
• Block O.R. time available at both hospitals

City Highlights:
This Midwestern city is alive with energy and excitement offering a vibrant music & food scene and a wealth of world-class family friendly attractions. An abundance of scenic state parks close by, this city also hosts great private and public school options, affordable cost of living, and a mild climate.

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Type: Neurosurgery

Subspecialty: Spine

Position #: 3451

State: Missouri


Neurosurgery :

Successful private practice in Atlanta recruiting general neurosurgeon for suburban location

A successful and well-established private practice in metropolitan Atlanta, GA, is recruiting an experienced neurosurgeon to join their group of two neurosurgeons and interventional physiatrist. The group is growing quickly and has a need for a new partner to help them expand into the suburban community and northwest corridor region. The group currently has six offices, and a brand-new state-of-the-art surgery center has recently been built in Atlanta and the new partner will be able to buy into this. The group would like to eventually become a group of four to five neurosurgeons and three interventional pain specialists.

The group employs an interventional pain physician based out of the suburban community, and he will be an excellent partner to grow the multi-disciplinary practice at this new location.

The group also employs two NPs who assist the physicians and run independent clinics.

The new partner will see patients and operate in the new office four days a week, with the office physically connected to the hospital. The surgeon will also have the opportunity to perform outpatient cases at the ASC if he/she wishes.

Hospital highlights:
• 119-bed acute care hospital
• Certified Primary Stroke Center
• Level III Trauma Center
• Home to a regional cancer treatment facility with stereotactic radiosurgery opportunities
• O-arm, brand new Zeiss microscope
• Block OR time

Practice Highlights:
• General neurosurgery practice of 80/20 mix
• Call is 1 in 3 and shared w/ a community neurosurgeon and one of the current partners, call is not burdensome
• One year group sponsored income guarantee
• Ancillary income opportunities once partner to include surgery center buy-in with plans to also build a surgery center in the suburban community
• Ideal opportunity for the physician that wants to either live by the lake near the suburbs or still be in north Atlanta suburbs and drive against traffic to work

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Type: Neurosurgery

Subspecialty: General Neurosurgery

Position #: 3452

State: Georgia

Characteristics: Access to large metropolitan area, Excellent schools nearby, Well organized and managed practice


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Urology :

Urology Opportunity on the California Coast

A growing healthcare system in Monterey County CA is excited to welcome additional urologists to their practice. This is a newer service line for the hospital but incoming urologist(s) will join two other physicians in the practice. The plan is to quickly scale the practice to 4-5 urologists. There is demand in the community as several local private practice urologists have retired.

Position Highlights:
• General urology opportunity with opportunity to sub-specialize
• Will join two other physicians in the practice
• The practice's goal is to have a team of 4-5 urologists and a physician’s assistant
• Will practice in a new clinic that is near the hospital
• The hospital is buying a da Vinci XI
• Competitive compensation with sign-on bonus

Location Highlights:
The hospital is located in Monterey County and is just minutes to the California coast. They are less than an hour from San Jose and two hours to San Francisco. Just down the road are the world-famous vineyards of Napa and Sonoma. Monterey County has also established itself as one of the world's premier wine-producing regions. For families, the area is home to many public and private schooling options. Within a 40-mile radius, there are 10 colleges and universities that make it a hub for higher education. The area is home to 17 golf courses and is a world-class destination for golf enthusiasts.

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Type: Urology

Subspecialty: General Urology

Position #: 3453

State: California


Urology :

General and/or Sub-Specialty Opportunity in South Bend

An award-winning hospital system in Indiana is excited to welcome additional urologists to their 500+ bed hospital in South Bend, IN. The incoming urologist(s) will join a urogynecologist as the beginnings of a hospital employed urology practice. Plans are in place to quickly scale the practice to 3-4 urologist so that they can practice in a brand-new ambulatory surgery center that is expected to be completed in early 2023.

Health System/Hospital Highlights:
• 500 bed level II trauma center
• Strong primary care referral network
• Brand new ASC and medical tower being built which will increase OR, ER & ICU capacity
• Beacon Health is a strong, financially stable healthcare system
• Health system is physician led and driven

Position Highlights:
• General urology opportunity but the hospital is open to sub-specialization
• The new urologist will join a urogynecologist as the beginnings of a hospital employed urology practice.
• Physicians hired prior to completion of the new ASC will have input on how it is set-up
• Opportunity for someone to lead the newly created practice
• The hospital already has two robots in place
• No more than 10 days of call per month


Nestled along the banks of the St. Joseph River, South Bend, Indiana is home to 170,000 residents. Indiana has one of the lowest costs of living in the country, and South Bend was featured on NBC’s “Today” show as the No. 1 pick of the top 10 cities nationwide with the best housing values. There are top-quality public schools featuring traditional or specialized programs, as well as private and parochial options, offering something for every student. As home to the University of Notre Dame, South Bend offers a broad expanse of sporting and cultural amenities, atypical to that of other similar-sized U.S. cities. With easy access to downtown Chicago in 90 minutes and 40 minutes to the beaches of Lake Michigan, South Bend offers the best of Midwest living!

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Type: Urology

Subspecialty: General Urology

Position #: 3457

State: Indiana


Urology :

General Urology Position with Premier Health System in Western Michigan

An academically affiliated health system in Western Michigan is excited to welcome a urologist to their thriving practice. This is a general urology position but someone with an interest in robotics would be well supported.

Health System Highlights Highlights:
• 14 hospitals system-wide
• 10+ urologists and 6 APP throughout the system
• Flagship hospital has over 1000 beds and is a level I trauma center
• The program is committed to medical education and has many resident and fellow physicians.
• Strong research ties with local university

Position Highlights:
• General urology position with a preference for robotic experience
• Practice at the main campus
• Will join practice of 10 urologists and several APP
• The need is for a succession planning as a current urologist will be leaving the group within the next year
• Excellent compensation package

Western Michigan Highlights:
Western Michigan has a distinct culture, lifestyle, and economy. They have some of the country’s fastest-growing industries including advanced manufacturing, life sciences, agribusiness, renewable energy, aerospace and defense, and information technology. Besides having great jobs, West Michigan has a low cost of living, which makes it a great place to start a career, raise a family, or retire. Urban city, small town, or rural areas—the West Michigan region has a diverse set of communities catering to everyone.

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Type: Urology

Subspecialty: General Urology

Position #: 3459

State: Michigan

Characteristics: Above market compensation package, Access to large metropolitan area, Beach community, Near lakes and gorgeous natural areas, Low cost of living area


Urology :

General Urology and Robotics Opportunity in Idyllic Beachside Town

An academically affiliated health system in Western Michigan is excited to welcome a urologist to their existing practice in a beautiful, lakeside beach town. The practice currently has two urologists and 4 advance practice providers.

Health System Highlights:
• 14 hospitals system-wide
• 10+ urologists and 6 APP throughout the system
• Flagship hospital has over 1000 beds and is a level I trauma center
• The program is committed to medical education and has many resident and fellow physicians.
• Strong research ties with local university

Position Highlights:
• Will join an existing practice of two other urologists, as well as 4 APP
• A general urology position but someone with stones, FPMRS or robotic interests could be well supported
• The practice has 2 new da Vinci XI machines
• Call will be 1:3
• Excellent compensation package that is above the 75th% along with a sizeable sign-on bonus

Location Highlights
The practice is located in a growing resort town on the shores of Lake Michigan. The city is home to beautiful beaches that are lined with sand dunes as well as thousands of acres of State Parkland. While there is plenty to do in the area, they are only 90 minutes to Chicago and Grand Rapids. For families, town offers a quality public school system and several private schooling options.

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Type: Urology

Subspecialty: General Urology

Position #: 3459

State: Michigan

Characteristics: Above market compensation package, Access to large metropolitan area, Beach community, Near lakes and gorgeous natural areas, Low cost of living area


Neurology :

Outpatient Neurology Opportunities in Portland

A health system in the Portland, OR area is excited to welcome sub-specialized trained neurologists in Epilepsy, Movement Disorders, Headache, Multiple Sclerosis and Neuro Muscular Neurology to its neuroscience program. The new neurologists will practice at a suburban hospital that is minutes away from downtown Portland.

Health System Highlights:
• Six hospitals
• NAEC Level 3 epilepsy center (Good Samaritan Medical Center)
• More than 70 primary care, specialty and urgent care clinics
• Nearly 3,000 doctors and providers
• Almost 14,000 employees
• 15-person neurology department (12 neurologists and 3 APP)

Position Highlights:
• Majority outpatient volume
• Ability to collaborate on DBS and epilepsy surgery
• Sub Specialty fellowship preferred but not required
• Flexible schedule – current schedule M-F, 8 am to 5 pm
• Will take call 1:6 weekends, Fri night - Mon. morning, covering two hospitals (20 minutes apart) with rounding at both locations each day. Weeknight call is also 1:6 (single night) but taken by phone from home.
• Leadership opportunity available - develop and lead your subspecialty division
• Opportunity to teach residents

Portland, OR Highlights
Portland, Oregon’s largest city, sits on the Columbia and Willamette rivers, in the shadow of snow-capped Mount Hood. It’s known for its parks, bridges, and bicycle paths, as well as for its eco-friendliness and its microbreweries and coffeehouses. Iconic Washington Park encompasses sites from the formal Japanese Garden to Oregon Zoo and its railway. The city hosts thriving art, theater, and music scenes.

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Type: Neurology

Subspecialty: Epilepsy, Headache, Movement Disorders, Multiple Sclerosis/Neuro-Immunology, Neuromuscular

Position #: 3461

State: Oregon


Neurology :

Large Georgia Health System Seeks Neurologists Near Atlanta Hospital

A large, not-for-profit health system, and one of the largest in the state of Georgia is excited to welcome additional neurologists to 2 of their 11 hospital locations about 40 minutes outside of Atlanta. The system is nationally recognized for providing comprehensive and state of the art care with its team of 1000 + medical experts, 300 + locations throughout North and West Georgia, including 5 hospitals and over 100 + medical specialties. The program is excited to welcome candidates 2 of their locations in Hiram and Griffin, Georgia

The new hires will enjoy the full support of the system’s many neurology and neurosurgery experts. There is a broad need for an EMG / neuromuscular trained and experienced neurologist, and qualified candidates will be given priority consideration. The program is open to subsequent hires with other subspecialty interests.

About The Health System –
• 11 Hospital System
• In-house Research Institute
• Part of Mayo Clinic Care Network
• 5 Primary Stroke Centers
• 1 Comprehensive Stroke Center
• 24 neurologists, system-wide
• 14 neurosurgeons, system-wide

About The Hospital in Hiram, Georgia –
• 112 Beds
• Primary Stroke Center
• Level III Trauma Center
• “A” Safety Grade from Leapfrog Hospital Safety Group
• MRI & CT scan capabilities
• Video EEG-monitoring capabilities
• Intramuscular EMG monitoring capabilities
• In-house tele-stroke service

About The Opportunity in Hiram, Georgia –
• M-F, inpatient / outpatient split opportunity
• Non-admitting, consultative practice and hospital call (shared with 7 other providers)
• 2-3 consults per day for inpatient duties
• First hire should have experience and fellowship training in EMG / neuromuscular
• Potential for future leadership / directorship opportunities
• Beautiful, family-friendly location

About the hospital in Griffin, Georgia –

• 160-bed
• Primary Stroke Center
• Level III Trauma Center

About the Griffin Hospital opportunity –
• Located in Griffin, Georgia (about 40 minutes west of Atlanta)
• M-F inpatient / outpatient split opportunity (hospital rounding in the AM, then clinic work, the hospital rounding in the evening)
• Potential for future leadership / directorship opportunities
• J-1 candidates welcome!

About Hiram, Georgia –
This small, but growing suburb is about 40-minutes northwest of Atlanta, Georgia. The family-friendly area offers residents a mixed suburban / rural feel, great housing options, and top-rated public schooling options. “The town blends the best of the past, present, and future. The downtown business district offers a more relaxed, nostalgic dining and shopping experience while only a moment away from an impressive and growing variety of modern conveniences, including shopping, dining, and entertainment.”

About Griffin, Georgia –
Griffin, Georgia is a smaller, peaceful town in the Atlanta-Metro area, which is perfect for families and singles alike. “Busy, but not crowded, the Griffin-Spalding area offers diverse heritage and history, engaging architecture, eclectic eateries, bars and shopping, sports and recreation, and events.”

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Type: Neurology

Subspecialty: Clinical Neurophysiology (EEG or EMG), Epilepsy, General Neurology, Neuromuscular, Alzheimer's Disease/Dementia, EMG, EEG

Position #: 3471

State: Georgia

Characteristics: Access to large metropolitan area


Neurology :

Join a well-established and extremely collegial group in Richmond, Virginia

A well-established hospital-employed group in Richmond, Virginia is excited to welcome an additional neurologist to join this extremely collegial team. Someone can be entirely inpatient, outpatient, or a hybrid! The hospital is a Primary Stroke Center, with the medical offices right on campus.

Position Highlights:
- Hospital call is weekly, 1:4-5
- Telestroke already in place, allowing for excellent work-life balance
- Subspecialty interests are welcomed, while maintaining some general neurology
- Potential to build up to 60% within subspecialty
- Opportunities to teach Family Medicine residents
- Ability to read EEGs remotely
- Current neurologists are excited to provide mentorship
- Possibility to develop neurohospitalist program on Monday-Friday or 7on/7 off schedule
- Generous compensation package with student loan forgiveness, signing bonus, and relocation

Richmond, VA:
Ranked in the top 50 places to live in the US in 2022 by US News, it’s easy to see why so many people enjoy living in Richmond. It offers big-city amenities while still maintaining a low cost of living and great traffic. Home to numerous universities, Richmond has an energetic, college-town feel with festivals, restaurants, breweries, and parks. A quick drive east and you’re at the beach; a quick drive west, you’re in the mountains. Richmond truly offers something for everyone!

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Type: Neurology

Subspecialty: Clinical Neurophysiology (EEG or EMG), Epilepsy, General Neurology, Headache, Movement Disorders, Multiple Sclerosis/Neuro-Immunology, Neurodegenerative (Alzheimer/Cognitive), Neurohospitalist, Neuromuscular, Stroke, Alzheimer's Disease/Dementia, EMG, EEG

Position #: 3481

State: Virginia

Characteristics: Above market compensation package, Attractive schedule options available, Diverse community, Excellent schools nearby, Excellent work/life balance, Mountains nearby, Near lakes and gorgeous natural areas, No or low trauma call, Particularly patient focused, Student loan repayment available, Teaching encouraged, Well organized and managed practice, Low cost of living area


Neurology :

Academically affiliated clinics in Houston recruiting neurohospitalists & outpatient neurologists for expansion

An academic program in Houston is seeking general outpatient neurologists and neurohospitalists for their affiliated clinics. There is subspecialty support for stroke, clinical neurophysiology, EEG, EMG, and sleep within the context of a general neurology practice. The onboarding neurologist will be able to participate in outpatient clinical care and teaching opportunities within the Department of Neurology.

Opportunity Highlights:
• 100% Outpatient positions and Outpatient/ Inpatient split positions available
• Neurohospitalist with 7on/7off schedule position available as well
• Stroke, Clinical Neurophysiology, EEG, EMG and sleep sub-specialties will be well-supported
• Faculty appointment available with opportunity to teach neurology residents and fellows
• Competitive compensation and benefits package

Houston, Texas:
Houston is the most populous city in the state of Texas and the fourth-most populous city in the United States, with a census-estimated 2016 population of 2.303 million. Move to Houston and live, work and play in the city Kiplinger’s Magazine ranked the #1 best place to live in the Country! You could spend 365 days in this city and still not experience everything it has to offer. Health care thrives in this city that leads the nation in the quality and breadth of care. Houston is also recognized worldwide for its energy industry and is known as the Energy Capital of the World. Houston’s museum and theater district attracts over 7 million visitors each year and has something for every taste. There are 17 different school districts, over 300 private schools, and over 60 colleges and universities located throughout the city. Fine dining, world-class shopping, and terrific culture make this an amazing place to call home.

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Type: Neurology

Subspecialty: Clinical Neurophysiology (EEG or EMG), General Neurology, Neurohospitalist, Sleep, EMG, EEG

Position #: 3487

State: Texas

Characteristics: Access to large metropolitan area, Excellent schools nearby, Leadership role available, No or low trauma call, No/Low state income tax


Neurology :

Academic Program in Houston recruiting Headache Neurologists

A leading academic institution in Houston, Texas is recruiting Headache neurologists to join its main campus.

Physician Group Highlight:
• More than 2,000 clinicians and providers
• 80 specialties and subspecialties
• 1,785,171 patient visits (FY20-UT Physicians clinics)
• More than 100 clinical locations
• More than 1,500 employees

Medical Center Highlights:
• 1,014-bed Hospital
• Flagship hospital of a 17-hospital system
• Comprehensive Stroke Center
• Primary teaching hospital
• Level-1 Trauma Center
• Robust multi-specialty outpatient practice with onsite EEG, ultrasound, infusion center

Headache Neurology Highlights:
• 100% Headache volume
• Clinical trial support
• Support, included protect time, is available for the development of a Headache Fellowship training program

Houston, Texas:
Houston is the most populous city in the state of Texas and the fourth-most populous city in the United States, with a census-estimated 2016 population of 2.303 million. Move to Houston and live, work and play in the city Kiplinger’s Magazine ranked the #1 best place to live in the Country! You could spend 365 days in this city and still not experience everything it has to offer. Health care thrives in this city that leads the nation in the quality and breadth of care. Houston is also recognized worldwide for its energy industry and is known as the Energy Capital of the World. Houston’s museum and theater district attracts over 7 million visitors each year and has something for every taste. There are 17 different school districts, over 300 private schools, and over 60 colleges and universities located throughout the city. Fine dining, world-class shopping, and terrific culture make this an amazing place to call home.

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Type: Neurology

Subspecialty: Headache

Position #: 3487

State: Texas

Characteristics: Access to large metropolitan area, Excellent schools nearby, Leadership role available, No or low trauma call, No/Low state income tax


Neurosurgery :

Physician-Friendly Health System Eager to Add Neurosurgeon to this Booming Texas Practice!

A level III 425 bed medical center in Texas is eager to add a general neurosurgeon to their very busy neuroscience team!

The new hire will join a physician-friendly culture as part a physician led multi-specialty clinic with more than 700 providers representing 41 specialties.

Practice Highlights:
• Call will be 1:3 and is consultative in nature with hospitalists admitting patients
• A mix of 80/20 spine and cranial cases
• 150 cases anticipated in year one, 250+ once established
• Catchment area of 400k, neurosurgeons’ volume is currently <75th percentile
• APP will be provided for new hire
• Mentorship available for new grad
• Block OR time available
• 10 bed surgical ICU
• Leica and Pentero microscopes, Brainlab navigation on site with plans in place to add an O-Arm
• Attractive base plus RVU compensation package

Residents of this Texas city enjoy an attractive quality of life with a wide range of educational, cultural, and recreational opportunities. The city offers fascinating museums, miles of shopping, world-class entertainment and an eclectic dining scene to rival much larger cities. The city’s economy is strong and diverse, as the oil and gas industry continues to play a major role in economic development. The area has over 50 lakes to enjoy lake living and watersports. Art enthusiasts will enjoy a beautiful 320 acre cultural district. The area is home to museums, restaurants, parks, live music, theater, and historic buildings.

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Type: Neurosurgery

Subspecialty: General Neurosurgery, Spine

Position #: 3489

State: Texas

Characteristics: Above market compensation package, Near lakes and gorgeous natural areas, Tort reform state, Low cost of living area


Neurosurgery :

Trauma Focused Neurosurgeon Needed In Large Pacific Northwest City!

A level I trauma center in a large Pacific Northwest city is recruiting a trauma focused neurosurgeon to the team. The new hire will lead the trauma program working collaboratively with trauma specialists to set up protocols and manage the neurosurgery trauma service.

This is an opportunity to join a cohesive team in a supportive practice environment! The hospital is part of a well run, non-profit health system. The system includes more than 70 primary, specialty and urgent care clinics with nearly 3,000 providers.

Position Highlights:

• Call will be 1:4
• An APP will be provided to assist with call, rounding, with cases, etc.
• Position offers an elective component as well
• Case mix of 60/40 spine and cranial work is anticipated
• 125 cases anticipate in year one with more than 250 expected once established
• Capital expenditure has been approved for new spine navigation equipment coming in ‘22
• Stryker and Stealth cranial navigation currently exist
• Attractive base plus RVU compensation structure

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Type: Neurosurgery

Subspecialty: Trauma

Position #: 3490

State: Oregon

Characteristics: Access to large metropolitan area, Mountains nearby, Near lakes and gorgeous natural areas, Visa support available


Neurosurgery :

Functional Neurosurgery Opening In Large Pacific Northwest City!

A well-regarded health system in the Pacific Northwest is recruiting a general neurosurgeon with an interest in functional work. Interests in DBS, epilepsy, VNS, RNS and other functional work will be well supported in the context of a general neurosurgery position.

This is an opportunity to join a cohesive team in a supportive practice environment!

Position Highlights:

• Call will be 1:4-5
• An APP will be provided to assist with call, rounding, with cases, etc.
• Accredited by the NAEC as a level 3 epilepsy center
• Three epileptologists on staff along with a movement disorders neurologist, actively recruiting a second
• A medical directorship is available
• Functional cases are currently migrating out; 25-30% functional work is anticipated to start with 35-40% once established
• 125 cases anticipate in year one with 200+ once established
• Attractive base plus RVU compensation structure

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Type: Neurosurgery

Subspecialty: Functional/Epilepsy/Pain/Periph. Nerve

Position #: 3490

State: Oregon

Characteristics: Access to large metropolitan area, Mountains nearby, Near lakes and gorgeous natural areas, Visa support available


Neurosurgery :

General Neurosurgery Opening In Large Pacific Northwest City!

A well-regarded health system in a large Pacific Northwest city is eager to add two neurosurgeons to this very busy neuroscience team! Interests in spine, neurosurgical oncology, skull base, cerebrovascular work, functional and/or trauma will be well supported in the context of a general neurosurgery position.

This is an opportunity to join a cohesive team in a supportive practice environment! The system is locally owned and includes more than 70 primary, specialty and urgent care clinics with nearly 3,000 providers.

Position Highlights:
• Call expectation is approximately 1:4
• Directorship available for the right candidate
• An APP will be provided to assist in the O.R, with call, rounding, etc.
• Initial case mix of 60/40 spine and cranial work is anticipated with the opportunity to grow within your subspecialty of interest very quickly!
• 125 cases anticipate in year one with more than 250 expected once established
• Capital expenditure has been approved for new spine navigation equipment
• Stryker and Stealth cranial navigation currently exist
•Accredited by the NAEC as a level 3 epilepsy center
•Three epileptologists on staff along with a movement disorders neurologist, actively recruiting a second
• Attractive base plus RVU compensation structure

Home to many unique neighborhoods, locally owned businesses, restaurants, public green spaces and cultural attractions, this city is known for having the amenities of a major city with the charm of a small town. An outdoor lover’s dream, here you have the advantage of the area’s proximity to nature with lush parks and gardens, biking, hiking, birding, watersports and so much more! Fantastic schooling options, performing arts, museums, sports and so much more make this city a great place to call home!

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Type: Neurosurgery

Subspecialty: Cerebrovascular, General Neurosurgery, Neurosurgical Oncology/Skull Base, Spine

Position #: 3490

State: Oregon

Characteristics: Access to large metropolitan area, Mountains nearby, Near lakes and gorgeous natural areas, Visa support available


Neurology :

Zero Call Neurology Position in Beautiful Southeastern Idaho - Great Outdoors Community

A collegial Medical Group in Southeastern Idaho is searching for a Neurologist who is passionate about patient care and enjoys an outpatient setting. This is an excellent opportunity be a part of a dynamic and growth-oriented organization, while treating neurological patients.

Position Highlights:
• 100% Outpatient practice
• All sub-specialties are welcome in the context of general neurology
• Zero Call
• Strong relationship with the University of Utah
• Base Salary with wRVU Bonus Incentives
• Strong Relocation Assistance, Student Loan Assistance, and Commencement Bonus Offered
• PA/NP Supervisory Responsibilities
• J-1 waiver and H1B sponsorship available

Location:
Located in Southeastern Idaho where the sun shines 300 days a year, this mid-size town is the fifth-largest city in the state, just behind Idaho Falls. This PNW town is nestled within 3 hours of Sun Valley, Grand Tetons, Yellowstone National Park, Jackson Hole, Wyoming and Salt Lake City, Utah. This is a unique opportunity to take advantage of the great outdoors in a town often referred to as the "Hidden Jewel of the Northwest" while pursuing your career goals.

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Type: Neurology

Subspecialty: Clinical Neurophysiology (EEG or EMG), General Neurology, Headache

Position #: 3492

State: Idaho

Characteristics: Attractive schedule options available, Leadership role available, Mountains nearby, Near lakes and gorgeous natural areas, Particularly patient focused, Student loan repayment available, Visa support available, Low cost of living area


Neurosurgery :

Mid-sized Beautiful Michigan City Hiring Neurosurgeon

A premier private practice in Michigan is hiring two general neurosurgeons to join their group of four neurosurgeons. In addition to general neurosurgery and spine, endovascular and functional neurosurgery subspecialty interests can be well-supported. This is a collegial, entrepreneurial, well-established group with a terrific reputation. The new neurosurgeon can anticipate seeing 300 cases in year one. There are strong primary care networks both from independent practices and from two of the area’s hospital networks.

As part of their physician service agreement, the group primarily admits to a 208-bed level II trauma center. The hospital has recently aligned with an academic medical center, and together with the private group, they have made a commitment to expand the scope of neurosciences at the hospital to build a neurosurgery center of excellence. The hospital has been named as a Top 100 hospital by Thomson Reuters, three years in a row and Best Acute Care Hospitals and Top 100 Quality awards from Total Benchmark Solutions.

Practice Highlights:

• An 80/20 case mix of spine and cranial is expected with additional cranial cases anticipated as the development of the functional program expands
• General Call will be 1:7 as shared with another group in town. Call is primarily consultative. Endovascular call will be 1:3
• Block OR time available
• Latest technology is available including O-Arm
• 2 Epileptologists are in the area, another is being recruited currently
• The hospital is also currently recruiting movement disorders neurologists
• PAs employed by practice and take first call. They assist in surgery and in clinic.
• Practice is currently participating in clinical trials
• 2 year guarantee plus RVU bonus and call pay; 2 year track to partnership
• Research opportunities available
• Adjunct Faculty appointment opportunity
• Ancillary opportunities for income will be available

The West Coast of Michigan is a beautiful place to live and play! This city with a metro population of 600k has been rated the #3 city in the US for fun and recreation. Arts and culture abound and minor league team sports are alive and vibrant all year long. The beautiful sugar-sand beaches of Lake Michigan are only 30 minutes away from downtown and offer gorgeous hikes, dune riding or relaxing at tons of state parks. This city is a great place to raise a family. There are excellent public schools and a wide range of great private schools. Choose a lifestyle or live in the affordable suburbs, the various neighborhoods offer something for everyone! Detroit is 2.5 hours away and Chicago is 3 hours away.

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Type: Neurosurgery

Subspecialty: Endovascular, Functional/Epilepsy/Pain/Periph. Nerve, General Neurosurgery

Position #: 3493

State: Michigan

Characteristics: Diverse community, Excellent schools nearby, Near lakes and gorgeous natural areas, Well organized and managed practice


Neurosurgery :

Well-Established Academic Program in New York State Seeking Functional-Focused Neurosurgeon

A well-established academic program in New York is seeking an ABNS BE/BC neurosurgeon with interest in functional neurosurgery. This is a terrific opportunity to build a busy clinical practice, be involved in collaborative research and teach neurosurgery residents. Interests in DBS and epilepsy surgery will be very well supported. Their dynamic Chairman and the neurosurgery faculty are eager to mentor a young neurosurgeon. Experienced candidates are also encouraged to apply.

Key features are a collaborative relationship with Orthopedics, access to the Gamma Knife Center and an outstanding intra-operative monitoring service. A variety of practice options includes all hospitals in the region. The University Hospital is thriving having just opened a new Children’s Hospital and currently building a Cancer Center. Neuroscience research is a major University initiative and will be housed in a new dedicated building also under construction. The practice covers two hospitals totaling 700+ beds serving a region of 1.8 million people.

Located in a beautiful region offering a diverse natural environment with abundant outdoor activities, outstanding schools, a moderate cost of living, and safe, family- oriented communities. This city is a vibrant metropolitan area of 700,000 people and offers access to many major east coast cities.

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Type: Neurosurgery

Subspecialty: Functional/Epilepsy/Pain/Periph. Nerve

Position #: 3494

State: New York


Neurosurgery :

Fabulous partners and quality of life-- private practice in Louisiana!

A well established private practice located in the south is seeking a general neurosurgeon with a spine focus to join their collegial group. Walk into existing volume in this very busy practice known for their excellence and efficiency. The new neurosurgeon can expect 200 cases in his or her first year and outstanding mentorship will be happily provided by the three experienced neurosurgeons. The senior partner is no longer operating and this has created a need to recruit.

The Practice Environment:
The partners and staff share a core value for serving everyone in the community and providing excellent care. Referrals are rotated to the group and the catchment area is over 500,000. The practice is incredibly efficient and many cases are seen at the surgical hospital, a physician owned 24-bed surgical hospital. The new person will be able to buy into the surgery center which will offer ancillary income opportunity. A strong mid-level team is employed by the practice and they take first call, assist in surgery and see patients in clinic. The neurosurgeons only go in for call when they must operate.

This is a terrific opportunity to join a practice of neurosurgeons that have a proven system for success:

The hospital will sponsor a competitive income guarantee for the new person and partnership track is one year, with no buy-in to the practice. This is an opportunity to have a very lucrative practice with a reasonable work schedule. The group takes call at two local hospitals and has a call stipend in place at one. There are no local neurosurgery or orthopedic groups.

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Type: Neurosurgery

Subspecialty: General Neurosurgery

Position #: 3495

State: Louisiana

Characteristics: Excellent work/life balance


Neurosurgery :

Academic Medical Center in the Southeast Looking for Community Based Neurosurgeons in Mountainous Communities

An academic medical center in a southeastern mountainous region with a growing Neuroscience Institute in is excited to recruit two neurosurgeons for community hospitals in the area. The Neuroscience Institute’s neurosurgery department has a neurosurgery residency and currently employs 23 faculty members. The Neuroscience Institute has a great need for general neurosurgery with a spine focus for community hospitals in the area. There is a particular interest in those with minimally invasive spine training. These positions include caring for basic cranial and spinal neurotrauma with the ability to perform simple and moderate cranial procedures. Candidates will have the ability to perform complex cranial and spinal cases at the main campus, if desired.

These positions offer flexibility with spending time at the main campus for complex cases and call can be taken at the main campus if desired. The university is happy to discuss the details of these positions with the candidates directly and would welcome the opportunity to collaborate on the structure of these positions.

Community Hospital 1 Highlights:
• 270-bed hospital
• Level 3 trauma center
• Primary stroke certified
• Call schedule of 1 in 3 and APP support available

Community Hospital 2 Highlights:
• 223-bed acute care center
• 150 primary care and specialty physicians
• Call schedule of 1 in 3 with APP support
• 2 neurosurgeons on staff, one leaving this spring and need to replace

Community Hospital 3 Highlights:
• 383-bed hospital system
• 450 physicians
• Be a part of a new neuroscience program at the hospital!

Area Highlights:
• Located among the most beautiful landscapes on the east coast with scenic mountains, dense wilderness areas, and fast running rivers, this state is a year-round playground for the outdoor enthusiast. Choose to live among many of the historic, walkable, and well-defined neighborhoods and districts. This area offers a safe and affordable place to live with a dense suburban feel where you can explore many restaurants, shops, parks, and theaters.

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Type: Neurosurgery

Subspecialty: General Neurosurgery, Spine

Position #: 3496

State: West Virginia

Characteristics: Mountains nearby, Near lakes and gorgeous natural areas


Urology :

Urology Opportunity with Academically Affiliated Practice in Louisiana

A large, renowned Healthcare System is excited to welcome additional urologists to their practice in Southwest Louisiana. The need exists due to a recent retirement and community need. The incoming physician will partner with one other urologist with plans to add a third urologist shortly thereafter.

Position Highlights:
• General urology position but specialty interests are welcome
• Physician will practice in a newer, state of the art clinic
• Incoming physician will have immediate volume
• Practice has a da Vinici Robot XI
• Robotic experience preferred but not required
• Research opportunities available
• H1B visa holders are welcome and can be accommodated
• Competitive compensation

Area Highlights:
Southwest Louisiana is a growing and vibrant area with a lively art, cultural and dining scene. The city is conveniently located between Houston and New Orleans. Their sandy beaches make up the shores of the Calcasieu River and are just 30 miles from the Gulf of Mexico. For families, the area has a variety of schooling choices, including several highly rated magnet and private schools.

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Type: Urology

Subspecialty: Endourology, Female Pelvic Medicine and Reconstructive Surgery, General Urology, Male Infertility/Andrology

Position #: 3499

State: Louisiana

Characteristics: Diverse community, Near lakes and gorgeous natural areas, Low cost of living area


Neurology :

Outpatient opportunity centrally located in the Northeast - near Boston and NYC

A large medical group in Central Connecticut is excited to welcome general neurologists to their community-based team of primary care and specialty care providers. Both new graduates and experienced neurologists are encouraged to apply. A leadership opportunity may be available for the right candidate.

Hospital Highlights:
- 169-bed hospital
- Hospital averages less than 10 inpatient neurology consults/week
- Large referral network
- Fully integrated EMR with dedicated IT staff
- Brand new medical offices
- Focus on providing the highest quality community-based care
- 501c3 institution, qualifying for federal student loan forgiveness program

Position Highlights:
- J1 and H1-b visa support available
- Shared group call, well-trained and supportive hospitalist team and light weekend/night call
- Currently doing EEG and administering tPA in the hospital
- Clinic set up to do ambulatory EEG, EMGs, NCS, and BOTOX
- Epilepsy, neuromuscular, neurophysiology, movement disorders, and headache interests would be welcomed within the context of a general neurology practice
- See on average 15-18 patients a day, mix of new and follow-up
- Generous compensation package with productivity and quality bonuses, PTO, comprehensive health benefits, retirement savings plan, malpractice coverage, and relocation assistance.

Located in the suburbs of Hartford, CT, this area is conveniently located in the central Northeast. It is about 2 hours to Boston and NYC, and offers excellent housing affordability below the national median. Bristol offers all that one would expect from a thriving suburb – shops, restaurants, parks, and excellent schools. It’s also nicely situated for those that enjoy time in the mountains or along the coastal shoreline.

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Type: Neurology

Subspecialty: Clinical Neurophysiology (EEG or EMG), General Neurology, Headache, EMG, EEG

Position #: 3505

State: Connecticut

Characteristics: Above market compensation package, Access to large metropolitan area, Attractive schedule options available, Excellent schools nearby, Excellent work/life balance, Mountains nearby, Near lakes and gorgeous natural areas, Particularly patient focused, Visa support available


Neurology :

Large Georgia Health System Seeks Neurohospitalists for Central Georgia Location

A large Georgia health system is seeking additional neurohospitalists for a 2-hospital location in central Georgia. The new hires will join an established current neurologist, for an eventual total group of 3, and enjoy a 7 on / 7 off schedule and non-burdensome call set-up. Candidates with experience and interest in both stroke and general neurology are of particular interest, as are those with EEG experience.

Hospital Details –
• Total of 413-bed between 2 hospitals
• Primary stroke centers
• 28-bed ICU
• Full support of hospitalists and intensivists
• Tele-medicine services in place
• J-1 & H-1B support available

Opportunity Details –
• 7 on / 7 off scheduling (8-10 shifts in hospital with 24-hour call)
• Call is after hours, 7PM – 7 AM, and is very non-burdensome (neurologists are rarely called in due to hospitalist and intensivist support)
• Opportunities for teaching on-site internal medicine, psych, and transitional residents

About the area –
This city in central Georgia is located about 90 minutes from Atlanta and 2.5 hours from Savannah, Georgia, and boasts a medical draw area of 600K, and a population of 158K. The city boasts a rich history, stunning architecture and Southern charm. The locale is perfect for families and individuals alike, with diverse demographics, tons of recreational outlets with more than 35 parks, and lots of festivals and live music. There are also great public and private schooling options, and 4 quality colleges and universities.

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Type: Neurology

Subspecialty: Clinical Neurophysiology (EEG or EMG), General Neurology, Neurohospitalist, Neuromuscular, Stroke, EMG, EEG

Position #: 3506

State: Georgia

Characteristics: Access to large metropolitan area, Diverse community, Excellent schools nearby, Excellent work/life balance, No or low trauma call, Teaching encouraged, Visa support available


Neurology :

Neurohospitalist opportunity in Northern Virginia, with well-established group

A private practice, in partnership with the hospital, is recruiting for an additional neurologist to join this robust and well-established group in Northern Virginia. They have been in the community for over 50 years, and currently has 4 outpatient neurologists (with another joining this fall), 2 interventional neurologists, and 8 total APPs. They are seeking 2 neurohospitalists to join the team.

Neurohospitalist Highlights:
-7 on/7 off schedule
-12 hours day shifts in hospital
-Opportunity to be Stroke Director
-Dedicated inpatient neuro APPs

Practice and Hospital Highlights:
-Level 4 Epilepsy Center
-Advanced Primary Stroke Center
-495-bed hospital
-Level II Trauma Center
-Call shared equally among the group and non-burdensome; handled by phone

Outdoor recreation, a rich history, and affordable housing with a low cost of living make this city in Northern Virginia a fantastic place to live. The area also boasts one of Virginia’s most successful public-school divisions and offers outstanding private school systems. The area is one hour away from Shenandoah National Park, about 45 minutes from George Washington National Forest, 45 minutes from Dulles International Airport, and 90 minutes from Washington, D.C.

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Type: Neurology

Subspecialty: Neurohospitalist, Stroke

Position #: 3512

State: Virginia

Characteristics: Above market compensation package, Attractive schedule options available, Excellent schools nearby, Excellent work/life balance, Mountains nearby, Near lakes and gorgeous natural areas, No or low trauma call, Research support available, Student loan repayment available, Teaching encouraged, Well organized and managed practice, Low cost of living area


Neurology :

Completely subspecialized movement disorders opportunity in Northern Virginia

A private practice, in partnership with the hospital, is recruiting for an additional neurologist to join this robust and well-established group in Northern Virginia. They have been in the community for over 50 years, and currently has 4 outpatient neurologists (with another joining this fall), 2 interventional neurologists, and 8 total APPs. The ideal candidate will have an interest in movement disorders, though neurologists of all clinical interests are encouraged to apply.

Movement Disorders Highlights:
-Step into immediate volume
-Subspecialized practice
-Currently have neuro APP already trained in movement disorders for support
-Neurosurgery is currently doing DBS surgeries; excited to collaborate with neurologist
-Full complement of diagnostic testing
-Infrastructure in place for clinical trials
-Teaching opportunities available

Practice and Hospital Highlights:
-Level 4 Epilepsy Center
-Advanced Primary Stroke Center
-495-bed hospital
-Level II Trauma Center
-Call shared equally among the group and non-burdensome; handled by phone

Outdoor recreation, a rich history, and affordable housing with a low cost of living make this city in Northern Virginia a fantastic place to live. The area also boasts one of Virginia’s most successful public-school divisions and offers outstanding private school systems. The area is one hour away from Shenandoah National Park, about 45 minutes from George Washington National Forest, 45 minutes from Dulles International Airport, and 90 minutes from Washington, D.C.

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Type: Neurology

Subspecialty: Movement Disorders

Position #: 3512

State: Virginia

Characteristics: Above market compensation package, Attractive schedule options available, Excellent schools nearby, Excellent work/life balance, Mountains nearby, Near lakes and gorgeous natural areas, No or low trauma call, Research support available, Student loan repayment available, Teaching encouraged, Well organized and managed practice, Low cost of living area


Neurology :

Cutting-Edge New Jersey Private Practice Seeks Experienced Pediatric Epileptologist

A quickly-growing and well-established New Jersey private practice is excited to welcome an experienced, dedicated, and entrepreneurial pediatric epileptologist to their group. The program’s leader has developed a new model of epilepsy care that allows patients to leverage the comprehensive suite of services once only found in-hospital.

The ideal candidate will be board-certified in both child neurology and epilepsy, and have epilepsy surgery experience. The new hire will enjoy a majority epilepsy volume position, along with the full support of the growing practice.

About the Practice & Opportunity –
• The only independent EMU/Video EEG unit of its kind outside in the state of New Jersey
• 12-bed EMU
• M-F, 8-5 schedule
• No hospital call at this time / telephone call for office only
• 3 mid-level practitioners
• Opportunities to teach rotating medical students, pediatric residents, and family medicine residents
• Admitting privileges at local hospital

About the area –
The New Jersey township is part of the New York Metropolitan Area and offers relatively quick access to larger cities like New York City and Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. With a population of just under 40,000, it is a great place to raise a family, and offers a plethora of coffee shops and parks, as well as highly rated public-school systems. The township is the recipient of many “Safest Cities to Live In” awards and boasts a diverse and highly-educated population.

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Type: Neurology

Subspecialty: Child Neurology, Epilepsy

Position #: 3513

State: New Jersey

Characteristics: Access to large metropolitan area, Attractive schedule options available, Excellent schools nearby, No or low trauma call, Particularly patient focused, Well organized and managed practice


Neurology :

Cutting-Edge New Jersey Private Practice Seeks Adult Epileptologist

A quickly-growing and well-established New Jersey private practice is excited to welcome dedicated and passionate epileptologist to their group. The program’s leader has developed a new model of epilepsy care that allows patients to leverage the comprehensive suite of services once only found in-hospital.

The ideal candidate will be board-certified in neurology and epilepsy. The new hire will enjoy a majority epilepsy volume position, along with the full support of the growing practice.

About the Practice & Opportunity –
• The only independent EMU/Video EEG unit of its kind outside in the state of New Jersey
• 12-bed EMU
• M-F, 8-5 schedule
• No hospital call at this time / telephone call for office only
• 3 mid-level practitioners
• Opportunities to teach rotating medical students, pediatric residents, and family medicine residents
• Admitting privileges at local hospital

About the area –
The New Jersey township is part of the New York Metropolitan Area and offers relatively quick access to larger cities like New York City and Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. With a population of just under 40,000, it is a great place to raise a family, and offers a plethora of coffee shops and parks, as well as highly rated public-school systems. The township is the recipient of many “Safest Cities to Live In” awards and boasts a diverse and highly-educated population.

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Type: Neurology

Subspecialty: Epilepsy

Position #: 3513

State: New Jersey

Characteristics: Access to large metropolitan area, Attractive schedule options available, Excellent schools nearby, No or low trauma call, Particularly patient focused, Well organized and managed practice


Neurosurgery :

Virginia Hospital Looking for General Neurosurgeon to Join Established Group

A well-established neurosurgery group in Virginia is recruiting a general neurosurgeon to join their hospital. The group is employed with the local hospital and the new hire will join the employed group. The ideal candidate will be someone who is a strong communicator that values a team approach and can achieve excellent outcomes.

The group is well established and has a busy neurosurgery practice. The group has the full support of the hospital to grow the neurosurgery line. The new neurosurgeon will have an excellent work/lifestyle balance with dedicated partners and experienced support staff including 2 APP providers per surgeon. Surgeries are provided exclusively at the medical center, a regional referral center (level II trauma), serving more than 500,000 residents. The medical center provides the administrative support to bring modern technology as required and to maintain state of the art resources including Brainlab navigation, Airo intraoperative CT, and a dedicated neurosurgical operating room team of nurses and surgical techs for all cases. There is an intensive care unit staffed by Intensivists, a sixty-bed Emergency Department that sees 65,000+ patients a year, and a wide array of medical and surgical specialties to support the complex needs of the patients.

The hospital provides a competitive base salary along with a relocation/sign-on bonus, productivity incentive, and education loan assistance. There is opportunity to invest in the medical office building, surgical center, and MRI. This will be a general neurosurgery practice of 80% spine and 20% cranial case mix and 200 anticipated cases in year one, growing to over 250 once established. There is a documented trend of outmigration leaving the market that can be captured.

Practice Highlights:

• Call schedule of 1 in 4 and only go in when have to operate
• Anticipated first year volume of 200 cases
• 80% spine 20% cranial mix
• Documented outmigration to be captured
• Hospital agreement provides a base pay plus RVU and quality bonus and call stipend

Outdoor recreation, a rich history, and affordable housing with a low cost of living make this area a fantastic place to live. The community also boasts one of Virginia’s most successful public-school divisions and offers outstanding private school systems. The area is one hour away from Shenandoah National Park, about 45 minutes from George Washington National Forest, 45 minutes from Dulles International Airport, and 60 minutes from Washington, D.C.

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Type: Neurosurgery

Subspecialty: General Neurosurgery

Position #: 3514

State: Virginia

Characteristics: Excellent schools nearby, Excellent work/life balance, Student loan repayment available, Visa support available


Neurology :

Established Northeast Indiana Program Seeking Inpatient and Outpatient Sub-Specialists

An established health system in Northeast Indiana is hiring additional inpatient and outpatient sub-specialized neurologist to join their collegial team. This is an exciting opportunity to join an established system with a truly friendly team and supportive administration. Neurologists with sub-specialty training or interest in Neurocritical Care, Neurohospitalist, Multiple Sclerosis, Headache, Neuromuscular Medicine, Clinical Neurophysiology, and Neuro-Ophthalmology can expect immediate sub-specialty volume. General neurologists are encouraged to apply as well.

Hospital Highlights:
• Comprehensive Stroke Center
• Level I Trauma Center
• Non-profit health system
• 528-bed hospital with designated Neuro and Orthopedic Unit

Position Highlights:
• Flexible scheduling -- mix of outpatient and inpatient
• Ability to help grow and have input in developing neurology service line
• Competitive compensation package with sign-on bonus, quality incentive bonus, and generous student loan forgiveness
• Patient draw area of 1 million

Neurohospitalist & Neurocritical Care Neurology Highlights:
• 7on/7off schedule
• Consult service only
• Telestroke program in place

Headache Neurology Highlights:
•Walk into 80% Headache volume to start
•Support for trigger point injections, BOTOX, and nerve blocks
•Infusion suite accessible for patients
•MRI, CT, Ultrasound equipment available
•Opportunity to build and develop a sophisticated headache-focused practice

Multiple Sclerosis Highlights:
• Walk into 80% MS volume to start
• Physical Therapy and Rehabilitation Services available
• Infusion suite accessible for patients


Neuromuscular Medicine Highlights:
• Walk into 80% Neuromuscular Medicine volume to start
• Busy EMG practice
• Surface and intramuscular EMG equipment
• Ability to do reads from home


Neuro-Ophthalmology Highlights:
• 50-70% sub-specialty volume to start
• A part of the Department of Neurology
• All of the appropriate equipment of an established Neuro-Ophthalmology practice

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Type: Neurology

Subspecialty: Clinical Neurophysiology (EEG or EMG), General Neurology, Headache, Multiple Sclerosis/Neuro-Immunology, Neurocritical Care, Neurohospitalist, Neuromuscular, Neuro-ophthalmology, Stroke

Position #: 3517

State: Indiana

Characteristics: Access to large metropolitan area, Attractive schedule options available, Excellent schools nearby, Excellent work/life balance, Leadership role available, Particularly patient focused, Well organized and managed practice, Low cost of living area


Neurology :

Child Neurology opportunity in beautiful Richmond, VA

A large healthcare system in Richmond, VA is excited to welcome an additional pediatric neurologist. The ideal candidate will have an interest in reading EEGs, though all child neurologists are encouraged to apply.

Position Highlights:
• Dedicated child neurology Nurse Practitioner
• Close relationships within entire Pediatric Specialty Group
• Call of 1:4; clinic patient calls and hospital consults
• Minimal overnight calls, with any calls primarily coming from physicians
• Inpatient consulting services only, patients are covered by pediatric hospitalist and intensivist who provide 24/7 onsite coverage
• Work alongside nurses, who are excited to learn within pediatric neurology
• Opportunities to teach medical students and residents
• Dedicated Pediatric beds in hospital, including NICU, and Pediatric Infusion Suite
• Up to 50% pediatric epilepsy volume, if desired
• Inpatient and outpatient EEG capabilities


Richmond, VA:
Ranked in the top 50 places to live in the US in 2022 by US News, it’s easy to see why so many people enjoy living in Richmond. It offers big-city amenities while still maintaining a low cost of living and great traffic. Home to numerous universities, Richmond has an energetic, college-town feel with festivals, restaurants, breweries, and parks. A quick drive east and you’re at the beach; a quick drive west, you’re in the mountains. Richmond truly offers something for everyone!

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Type: Neurology

Subspecialty: Child Neurology

Position #: 3524

State: Virginia

Characteristics: Above market compensation package, Attractive schedule options available, Diverse community, Excellent schools nearby, Excellent work/life balance, Mountains nearby, Near lakes and gorgeous natural areas, No or low trauma call, Student loan repayment available, Visa support available, Low cost of living area


Urology :

Private Practice Opportunity in Cleveland

A growing practice in the Cleveland, OH area, is excited to welcome an additional urologist to their practice. Currently, the practice has six urologists and four physician assistants. Due to increasing patient volume and demand, the practice is eager to add a 7th urologist. The practice has offices in three Cleveland area suburbs

Position Highlights:
• General urology position with the opportunity to accommodate subspecialty interests
• Robotic interests are welcome as the practice has robots
• Practice is affiliated with a major Cleveland area hospital system
• Partnership track is available for those whose are interested
• The practice has a dedicated back-office support company
• Non burdensome call of 1:7
• Competitive compensation

Location Highlights:
Cleveland, Ohio is a unique and vibrant city that has many different amenities that attract all different kinds of people. Home to three major league sports teams and several minor league teams, the largest theatre complex outside of New York City's Broadway, the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame, and the Cleveland Metroparks, sports fans, arts enthusiasts, and outdoorsy interests are all accounted for. Boasting a cost of living that is more than 20% less than the national average, Cleveland and the surrounding suburbs is a wonderful place to raise a family. Outside of healthcare, there are booming manufacturing industries, financial services, and biomedical companies for partners and family members. Right on the coast of Lake Erie, those who are interested in boating and lake living will feel right at home.

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Type: Urology

Subspecialty: General Urology

Position #: 3526

State: Ohio

Characteristics: Access to large metropolitan area, Attractive schedule options available, Diverse community, Excellent schools nearby, Excellent work/life balance, Near lakes and gorgeous natural areas, Well organized and managed practice, Low cost of living area


Urology :

Urology Opportunity with Large Medical Center in Sunny California!

A large medical center in Central California is recruiting several urologists to join their practice. Due to the tremendous need in the area, they are excited to see general urologists as well as urologists with subspecialty interests. The incoming urologist will join a dynamic leader as they quickly scale the practice to 3-4 urologists.

Medical Center Details:
• 700 licensed beds
• Level I trauma center
• Clinic is attached to the hospital
• Plans are in place to build a new clinic in the next 9 months, including procedure rooms for the urologists

Position Highlights:
• Opportunity for general urologists as well as subspecialists, particularly those with oncology and robotic interests
• Program has recently hired a leader who will join a part-time urologist. She will join the practice full-time in late spring/early summer. Plans are to quickly grow 4-5 urologist
• Hospital has two robots and will purchase another this year
• Call will be 1:4
• Excellent compensation package that will be in the 75th % - 90th % range
• H1B visa holders are welcome

Location Highlights:
Located in the heart of California, this city of 500k people has an amazing diversity of natural beauty and recreational opportunities. They are located near Yosemite, Kings Canyon, and Sequoia national parks, and dozens of other beautiful wilderness areas. The local museums, restaurants, and festivals provide deep cultural diversity to people who live near and far. Living in Fresno has all of the amenities of living in a big city while getting to enjoy the ease of a small town. Compared to the surrounding area, Fresno is one of the most affordable cities to purchase a home in California.

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Type: Urology

Subspecialty: Endourology, Female Pelvic Medicine and Reconstructive Surgery, General Urology, Genitourinary Reconstructive Urology, Male Infertility/Andrology, Uro-hospitalist, Urologic Oncology, Sexual Medicine, Transplantation and Renal Surgery

Position #: 3530

State: California

Characteristics: Above market compensation package, Access to large metropolitan area, Diverse community, Excellent work/life balance, Near lakes and gorgeous natural areas


Urology :

Urology Opportunity Located on Florida Coast

Due to practice growth potential and community need, a Florida coastal hospital and their affiliated private practice is excited to welcome an additional urologist to their thriving practice.

Position Highlights:
• General urology position with opportunity to subspecialize
• Group has three other urologists and a physician assistant
• Holmium Laser, Davinci Xi robots available in OR
• The practice has brand new office space conveniently located a few blocks from the hospital
• Opportunity to teach medical students
• 1:4 call that is compensated separately
• Competitive compensation (Florida has no income tax!)

This is a very family friendly southern town and is located in a desirable Florida coastal region with some of the most beautiful sugar white sand beaches in the world. There is a popular family vacation destination of only a couple of miles away which offers world-class golf courses, shopping, restaurants, and of course, more white sand beaches. The community is an excellent place to raise a family as it has exceptional public schools- ranking #2 in the state, a variety of fine arts including the symphony and ballet, and recreational activities to include boating, fishing and water sports.

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Type: Urology

Subspecialty: General Urology

Position #: 3531

State: Florida

Characteristics: Beach community, Excellent schools nearby, Excellent work/life balance, No/Low state income tax, Low cost of living area


Neurosurgery :

Pediatric neurosurgeon in beautiful South Carolina!

A health system in beautiful South Carolina, is hiring a pediatric-trained neurosurgeon. The new pediatric neurosurgeon will be supported by the current neurosurgery team and enjoy a variety of cases. In addition to pediatric neurosurgery, adult cases are available.

The new neurosurgeons will walk into immediate volume as cases are booked out several months. The new pediatric neurosurgeon will join the existing pediatric neurosurgeon in his established pediatric neurosurgery practice, who has been with the program for 16 years and is excited to welcome a new partner and provide mentorship. This is an opportunity to have a very collegial partner and enjoy a nice quality of life.

Practice Highlights:
o Pediatric neurosurgery practice, adult call is also taken. Can take more adult call if desired. Flexible arrangement and adult cases can be turned over to the group in the AM if preferred
o Diverse case mix
o State of the art technology
o Call split evenly with pediatric neureosurgery team, flexible arrangement
o Block OR time
o 1 PA and 1NP employed by the group take first call Monday thru Friday, also round on patients and help in OR
o Opportunity to teach pediatric residents and medical students and participate in clinical trials through consortium with Clemson University. Will have academic appointment with local medical school. Can have as much or as little research involvement as desired
o Collegial partners with a solid history in the community and a supportive hospital system

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Type: Neurosurgery

Subspecialty: Pediatric Neurosurgery

Position #: 3532

State: South Carolina

Characteristics: Excellent work/life balance, Particularly patient focused, Research support available, Teaching encouraged, Well organized and managed practice


Neurosurgery :

Large Healthcare System in Northeast Seeking Spine, Functional, Dual Vascular, and/or Trauma Neurosurgeon

A large health system in a beautiful area of the northeast is hiring a general neurosurgeon to join it's program. Interests in spine, functional, endovascular, and trauma can all be well-supported. The new neurosurgeons will join a well-established practice with terrific administrative support, strong case volumes, and a collaborative mindset. The group anticipates the retirement of two of their neurosurgeons over the next five years.

The group will admit and cover two hospitals. A 480-bed, Level 1 trauma center and Comprehensive Stroke Center. It has a 10-bed dedicated Neuro-ICU and very well-equipped with MRI, CT, Image Guided Neuronavigation, O-Arm, and C-Arm.

The secondary hospital is a 170-bed Level 2 trauma center that recently opened. It has a 5-bed Neuro-ICU, MRI, CT, Radiosurgery Unit, C-Arm, and plans to get neuronavigation in 2023 and an O-Arm in 2024.

Practice Highlights:
• Neuronavigation, C-Arm, O-Arm, Mazor robot,
• Walk into immediate volume as group succession planning for retiring neurosurgeons
• Functional neurosurgery candidates well supported by 4 epileptologists and 1 movement disorders neurologist with plans to hire additional MD neurologists to team. Tremendous opportunities for all types of functional neurosurgery including SCS, DBS and epilepsy surgery
• Spine Candidates can develop a wide variety of interests including degenerative deformity correction, complex fractures, complex tumors, minimally-invasive approaches, and scoliosis correction. Spine fellowship preferred but not required
• Trauma neurosurgeons will have the opportunity to have a robust clinical practice, be involved in the Neuro-ICU and develop research interests
• Call schedule will be Q4-5 depending on timing of recruitment; APs take out-patient calls, floor calls and non-emergent ER calls.
• Pediatric patients are transferred to a pediatric center
• Patient draw area of over 1 million residents
• Collaborative clinical research/trials exist
• Teaching opportunities available
• General referrals shared equally among partners
• Partners average 200-350 cases/year
• Group is assigned 10 APPs who assist with call, OR, and office/clinic
• Block Time available at both hospitals
• Competitive compensation plan including base salary, group productivity bonus, and quality metrics bonus, overage call pay, student loan forgiveness

Situated along a picturesque river in view of the mountains, this community is host to many music and food festivals, farmers’ markets, and concerts. Enjoy the best of the country and the city: go exploring in nearby parks or go to two major, east coast cities in just over an hour to an hour and a half. Excellent quality public and private school options abound.

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Type: Neurosurgery

Subspecialty: Endovascular, Functional/Epilepsy/Pain/Periph. Nerve, Spine, Trauma

Position #: 3537

State: Pennsylvania

Characteristics: Low cost of living area


Neurosurgery :

Functional Neurosurgeon Needed in Large Midwestern City

Hospital in large Midwestern city is seeking an ABNS BE/BC functional neurosurgeon to join their two current neurosurgeons in practice. The new neurosurgeon will walk into existing volume. Mentorship is available for new grads. This is a tremendous opportunity to capture the functional cases that are leaving the area. Call will be 1:3 and only at one hospital. Clinic is located on hospital campus. 3 APPs assist in the OR and in clinic. The goal is to eventually be a group of 4 neurosurgeons.

This is a 451-bed Level II Trauma center that is 100% at capacity during the winter and 80% at capacity the rest of the year. They have a 42-bed open ICU and a 14-bed Neuro ICU. The hospital has an excellent reputation and is financially very strong. The medical staff is very happy including an experienced and competent ER group that maintains collegial and respectful relationships with the surgeons. The hospital has a medical draw of 315,000 with 20% growth occurring in last 5 years. The neurosurgery practice has a well-established referral base from its 60+ loyal, employed primary care group, 7 neurologists, as well as 25+ independent primary care doctors. The practice manager has been with the group for more than 25 years. Updated quality OR equipment including MRI, CT and O-Arm and Stealth 8 Navigation.

Practice Highlights:
- Someone with functional interests is welcomed, they employ a movement disorders neurologist and are recruiting an epileptologist. DBS cases are being shipped out and can be captured
- Call schedule of 1 in 3, overnight calls are sparse and very consultative in nature with hospitalists taking first call
- Level II Trauma Center with less than 5% trauma cases
- New neurosurgeon will be assisted by neurosurgery’s NP and part-time PA who will be available to assist in the OR, during rounds, and to see patients in clinic
- No pediatric coverage, pediatric cases to be sent to Children’s Hospital
- Anticipated first year case volume of 200+ cases

This major city has a population of more than 2 million and growing! It is a dynamic city with a vibrant arts scene, world-class attractions including two major league sports teams and an eclectic mix of shops. Some of the premier art attractions include a Museum of Art, the renowned Center for the Performing Arts, an Art District and a Museum of Contemporary Art. There are a multitude of shopping venues and the suburbs are beautiful and offer an easy commute into the city. The area has several excellent private and public school options, and the public schools are well funded and supported by taxpayers. The city boasts one of the lowest costs of living in the country with a reasonable housing market. Take in a major league ball game with the city NBA or NFL team.

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Type: Neurosurgery

Subspecialty: Functional/Epilepsy/Pain/Periph. Nerve

Position #: 3538

State: Missouri

Characteristics: Access to large metropolitan area, Particularly patient focused, Well organized and managed practice


Neurosurgery :

General Neurosurgery Position in Large Midwestern City

Hospital in large Midwestern city is seeking an ABNS BE/BC general neurosurgeon to join their two current neurosurgeons in practice. The new neurosurgeon will walk into existing volume. Mentorship is available for new grads. This is a general neurosurgery posiiton with an 80% spine focus. Call will be 1:3 and only at one hospital. Clinic is located on hospital campus. 3 APPs assist in the OR and in clinic. The goal is to eventually be a group of 4 neurosurgeons. Functional interests can be supported.

This is a 451-bed Level II Trauma center that is 100% at capacity during the winter and 80% at capacity the rest of the year. They have a 42-bed open ICU and a 14-bed Neuro ICU. The hospital has an excellent reputation and is financially very strong. The medical staff is very happy including an experienced and competent ER group that maintains collegial and respectful relationships with the surgeons. The hospital has a medical draw of 315,000 with 20% growth occurring in last 5 years. The neurosurgery practice has a well-established referral base from its 60+ loyal, employed primary care group, 7 neurologists, as well as 25+ independent primary care doctors. The practice manager has been with the group for more than 25 years. Updated quality OR equipment including MRI, CT and O-Arm and Stealth 8 Navigation.

Practice Highlights:
- 80% spine, 20% cranial case mix
- Someone with functional interests can be supported, they employ a movement disorders neurologist and are recruiting an epileptologist. DBS cases are being shipped out and can be captured
- Call schedule of 1 in 3, overnight calls are sparse and very consultative in nature with hospitalists taking first call
- Level II Trauma Center with less than 5% trauma cases
- New neurosurgeon will be assisted by neurosurgery’s NP and part-time PA who will be available to assist in the OR, during rounds, and to see patients in clinic
- No pediatric coverage, pediatric cases to be sent to Children’s Hospital
- Anticipated first year case volume of 200+ cases

This major city has a population of more than 2 million and growing! It is a dynamic city with a vibrant arts scene, world-class attractions including two major league sports teams and an eclectic mix of shops. Some of the premier art attractions include a Museum of Art, the renowned Center for the Performing Arts, an Art District and a Museum of Contemporary Art. There are a multitude of shopping venues and the suburbs are beautiful and offer an easy commute into the city. The area has several excellent private and public school options, and the public schools are well funded and supported by taxpayers. The city boasts one of the lowest costs of living in the country with a reasonable housing market. Take in a major league ball game with the city NBA or NFL team.

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Type: Neurosurgery

Subspecialty: General Neurosurgery

Position #: 3538

State: Missouri

Characteristics: Access to large metropolitan area, Particularly patient focused, Well organized and managed practice


Neurology :

Pediatric Neurology Clinic Opportunity near Philadelphia

The Division of Neurology at a well-regarded children’s hospital in Wilmington, Delaware is recruiting a board-eligible or board-certified Pediatric Neurologist to join their Division of Neurology and help facilitate the continued growth phase of their neurosciences program. This exciting opportunity offers the best of both worlds, with a private-practice style outpatient clinic setting in the suburbs of Philadelphia, and access to academic engagement opportunities at main campus in Wilmington.

Position Highlights:
- Outpatient clinic opportunity
- Walk into existing volume in general pediatric neurology
- 3-4 clinic days per week at new Abington location opening summer 2022 
- Subspecialized interests welcome in the context of a general pediatric neurology practice
- Shared weekly call rotation 1:9 (residents/NP take first call overnight; weekends include rounding)
- Teaching opportunities with in-house pediatric residents and pediatric neurology residents and fellows
- Research opportunities available
- Generous compensation and benefits package

Abington, PA:
Established in 1704, Abington Township is a first-ring suburb of Philadelphia with over 55,000 residents. Known for accessibility, affordability and diverse neighborhoods, the Township has thriving residential and business communities that made the Township a desirable location to live, work and play. With six train stations, three regional rail lines and several bus routes, residents and employees can quickly travel to and from the City of Philadelphia and surrounding municipalities. With a nationally recognized School District, Police Department, Fire Department, health care facilities, and over 25 public parks, the Township is recognized by Money Magazine as a "Best Place to Live" in the United States. Their historic, art, recreational and business communities such as Keswick Village, Willow Grove Mall, Briar Bush Nature Center, and Abington Arts Center have made Abington a popular destination for people of all ages.

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Type: Neurology

Subspecialty: Child Neurology

Position #: 3541

State: Delaware

Characteristics: Above market compensation package, Access to large metropolitan area, Research support available, Teaching encouraged


Neurology :

Pediatric Neuromuscular Faculty Opportunity near Philadelphia

The Division of Neurology at a well-regarded children’s hospital in Wilmington, Delaware is recruiting a board-eligible or board-certified Pediatric Neurologists with subspecialized interests and expertise in Neuromuscular, Neuro-Oncology, Neuroimmunology, and Neonatal medicine to join their Division of Neurology. Their dynamic new Division Chief of Neurology is excited to mentor new fellows with clinical and research interests and to welcome established pediatric neurologists with active research engagement. For candidates interested in leadership, a Director of Neuro-Oncology and Fellowship Directorship developmental opportunities exist.

The division is particularly excited to welcome a Pediatric Neurologist with expertise in Neuromuscular diseases and EMG. This position would entail caring for individuals with neuromuscular diseases in the MDA and Parent Project Muscular Dystrophy (PPMD) Certified Centers, performing EMGs in both the inpatient and outpatient settings, teaching, and clinical or basic science research. The team is seeking individuals who are willing to work as a team member in their multi-disciplinary clinic to provide excellence in care and advance the field of neuromuscular disease both in utilizing new and future treatment modalities and research. Interests in gene therapy clinical research is especially welcome.

Program Highlights:
- Join team of 9 full-time pediatric neurologists and 6 APNs
- NAEC accredited Level 4 Epilepsy Center with state-of-the-art digital EEG equipment, the latest in PET/MRI technology and ROSA robot
- Epilepsy surgery treatment collaboration with neurosurgery division and affiliated University Hospital
- Fully-staffed hospital EEG team of 7 technicians, a lead tech and EEG manager that support 24-hour LTM studies and ambulatory routine EEGs

Neuromuscular Position Highlights:
- Partner with current Neuromuscular neurologist and multi-disciplinary clinic teams
- Dedicated administrative support staff including 4 medical secretaries, a social worker and genetics counselor
- Shared weekly call rotation 1:9 (residents/NP take first call overnight; weekends include rounding)
- Existing robust research programs and clinical trials in neurodevelopmental & musculoskeletal disease
- Faculty appointment at affiliated University
- Teach rotating pediatric residents and pediatric Epilepsy fellows who participate in weekly clinic and EEG reading
- Generous compensation and benefits package

Wilmington, DE:
Wilmington is Delaware’s largest city and economic hub. Located 30 minutes south of Philadelphia, the city boasts excellent connections to the region as well as to national and international destinations from Philadelphia International Airport (PHL), Wilmington Airport (ILG), and Amtrak / SEPTA Wilmington Station (WIL). Rich in history, Wilmington offers a unique blend of old and new, and a diversity of cultures and lifestyles. With a burgeoning restaurant scene, access to museums, galleries, live music venues, and the state’s premier centers for the performing arts, there is something for every foodie and artist. Outdoor enthusiasts have 552 acres of parks at their fingertips, ranging from neighborhood pocket parks to Brandywine Park’s winding trails through thick forest. More than half of all Fortune 500 companies call Wilmington their corporate home. A selection of charter schools in the area offer strong options for K-12 education, and the city's location provides easy access to some of the country's top offerings for higher education.

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Type: Neurology

Subspecialty: Child Neurology, Multiple Sclerosis/Neuro-Immunology, Neuromuscular, Neuro-oncology, Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis (ALS)

Position #: 3541

State: Delaware

Characteristics: Above market compensation package, Access to large metropolitan area, Research support available, Teaching encouraged


Neurosurgery :

Busy Healthcare System in Northeast with Level 1 and Level 2 trauma centers hiring part-time neurosurgeons

A large health system in a beautiful area of the northeast is hiring 2 part-time neurosurgeons to join their growing health system. The new neurosurgeons will join a well-established practice with terrific administrative support and a collaborative mindset. The health system opened a new Level 2 trauma center 8 miles from their main campus and need to hire additional part-time neurosurgeons to assist with the call schedule. The group is also anticipating the retirement of two of their neurosurgeons over the next five years.

The group will admit and cover two hospitals. A 480-bed, Level 1 trauma center and Comprehensive Stroke Center. It has a 10-bed dedicated Neuro-ICU and very well-equipped with MRI, CT, Image Guided Neuronavigation, O-Arm, and C-Arm.

The secondary hospital is a 170-bed Level 2 trauma center that recently opened. It has a 5-bed Neuro-ICU, MRI, CT, Radiosurgery Unit, C-Arm and plans to get neuronavigation in 2023 and an O-Arm in 2024.

Practice Highlights:
• Neuronavigation, O-Arm, Mazor robot, all necessary equipment for DBS and SCS, cranial navigation, intraoperative electrophysiological monitoring and LITT available.
• Great opportunity for candidates interested in a .5 FTE position, assisting with call and trauma cases.
• Group is open to different scheduling options
• Pediatric patients are transferred to a pediatric center
• Group is assigned 10 APPs who assist with call, OR, and office/clinic
• Competitive part-time compensation plan and ancillary assistance

Situated along a picturesque river in view of the mountains, this community is host to many music and food festivals, farmers’ markets, and concerts. Enjoy the best of the country and the city: go exploring in nearby parks or go to two major, east coast cities in just over an hour to an hour and a half. Excellent quality public and private school options abound.

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Type: Neurosurgery

Subspecialty: General Neurosurgery

Position #: 3542

State: Pennsylvania


Urology :

Urology Opportunity with Large Multispecialty Group

A large multi-specialty clinic in the south is excited to welcome a urologist to their growing practice. They care for more than 2000 patients daily in over 30 different specialties. Due to patient demand, they are eager to add an additional urologist to their eight-physician practice.

Opportunity Highlights:
• General urology position but subspecialty interests are welcome and will be supported
• Will join 8 other urologists
• The practice has privileges at two separate 400 bed hospitals
• Equipment includes: Robot at both hospitals, scope in office, robust ASC, active radiation medicine with Cyberknife capabilities
• Urologist will spend 3.5 days in clinic, 1.5 days in surgery and .5 days in the ASC
• Call will be approx. 1:8 weekends and 1:4 during the week
• Competitive salary with EXCEPTIONAL sign-on bonus
• Partnership is available after 1-2 years

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Type: Urology

Subspecialty: Endourology, Female Pelvic Medicine and Reconstructive Surgery, General Urology, Genitourinary Reconstructive Urology, Male Infertility/Andrology, Neurourology, Urologic Oncology, Sexual Medicine

Position #: 3543

State: Kentucky


Neurosurgery :

Award Winning Health System Seeking an Academic Pediatric Neurosurgeon to Join its Team

A comprehensive and growing neuroscience program in the Mid-Atlantic region is seeking an Academic Pediatric Neurosurgeon who wants to be busy.

The new neurosurgeon will be the sole pediatric neurosurgeon at the program with significant support from adult neurosurgeons, PA’s and neurosurgery residents. The program services multiple counties and a catchment population of approximately 3 million. A willingness to reciprocate and help with adult call is required. Both new grads and experienced candidates would be welcome.

Teach residents and be part of a dynamic environment!

Neuroscience Highlights:
*High volume surgical centers
*Nationally Recognized Stroke Program for its high standards of care
*Named one of "100 Hospitals with Great Neurosurgery and Spine Programs" by industry- leading information experts
*Designated a "Blue Distinction Center for Spine Surgery" by Blue Cross Blue Shield Association
*State-of-the-art Brain and Spine Tumor Institute with three fellowship trained neurosurgical oncologists
*Designated as a Level 4 Epilepsy Center by the National Association of Epilepsy Centers
*Seven year neurosurgical training program encompassing education across the breadth of neurosurgery with two training sites
*A wide variety of research sources including two research centers and a focus on interdisciplinary team-based collaborations

Main Academic Campus Highlights:
*Physician-led health care system that provides services to nearly 3 million people in 43 counties
*Named one of the top 100 hospitals in the country
*Designated as a Magnet hospital by the American Nurses Credentialing Center (ANCC)
*Hospital has 535 beds and the full spectrum of state-of-the-art equipment that allows the neurosurgeons to handle complex cases
*Level 1 Trauma Center
*The region's only pediatric trauma center

Area Highlights:

Located in the beautiful Mid Atlantic region and offering proximity to mountains, forests, lakes and streams, this practice offers an active rural alternative to crowded metropolitan living. It also offers a charming city frequented by nearby college students, three highly rated high schools, a popular downtown area with movie theatres, locally-owned and nationally recognized restaurants, a major bookstore and active enhancement projects including the development of downtown living. Residents can choose to live in historic corridors or new developments. They have easy access to highways and airports and are within easy driving distance to major cities and mountain resorts.

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Type: Neurosurgery

Subspecialty: Pediatric Neurosurgery

Position #: 3558

State: Pennsylvania


Neurology :

General Neurology Opportunity in Beautiful South East Michigan

One of the largest multi-specialty medical groups in Michigan is excited to welcome a general neurologist to their Ann Arbor and Livonia location

Position Highlights –
• Opportunity at Ann Arbor and Livonia location
• General neurology position that will treat an entire spectrum of neurological conditions
• Support to build any outpatient subspecialty in the context of general neurology
• Outpatient responsibilities, opportunity to incorporate inpatient work if desired.
• 1 out of 9 weekends on call, 2 night calls per month
• Monday to Friday work schedule, 8-5
• Experience in performing and interpreting nerve conduction studies/EMG and/or interpreting EEG's a plus
• Teaching opportunity (Internal Med students)

About Ann Arbor:
Ann Arbor is many things, including a bustling university town, culinary hotspot, and a tech hub with a walkable downtown that includes world-class arts and culture. Located in southeast Michigan's Lower Peninsula, Ann Arbor lies at the center of a greater collection of communities in Washtenaw County. With so many thriving communities nearby, Ann Arbor has become a cultural melting pot and urban oasis.

About Livonia:
Located in the western suburbs of Metro Detroit, Livonia is centered halfway between Downtown Detroit and Ann Arbor with great hotels, fantastic shopping and dining options. Just 30 minutes away from the museums, professional sporting events, and casinos. Enjoy season-round outdoor activities like boating, diving, sledding, ice climbing, hiking and more. Take in Michigan’s breathtaking views and dense natural forests on one of the 650 golf courses across Michigan, which continually rank among America’s best.

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Type: Neurology

Subspecialty: General Neurology

Position #: 3564

State: Michigan

Characteristics: Access to large metropolitan area, Diverse community, Excellent work/life balance, Near lakes and gorgeous natural areas


Neurology :

Neurocritical Care Opportunity at Growing Program in Ann Arbor

One of the largest multi-specialty medical groups in Michigan is excited to welcome two neurointensivists to their growing neurosciences division in Ann Arbor.


Hospital Highlights:
Level 1 Trauma Center
537- Bed Medical Center
Expanding the Neuro Service line; building a dedicated Neurocritical Care Unit
Teaching Hospital

Neurocritical Care Highlights:
• Opportunity at Ann Arbor location
• No General Neurology Call
• Consultative service currently, will have admitting responsibilities once established
• NP/APP Support available
• 7/7 schedule
• Advanced diagnostic options include Video/EEG Monitoring, ICP Monitoring and CSF Drainage Equipment
• Leadership opportunity available
• Competitive salary and quality bonus


Ann Arbor is many things, including a bustling university town, culinary hotspot, and a tech hub with a walkable downtown that includes world-class arts and culture. Located in southeast Michigan's Lower Peninsula, Ann Arbor lies at the center of a greater collection of communities in Washtenaw County. With so many thriving communities nearby, Ann Arbor has become a cultural melting pot and urban oasis.

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Type: Neurology

Subspecialty: Neurocritical Care

Position #: 3564

State: Michigan

Characteristics: Access to large metropolitan area, Diverse community, Excellent work/life balance, Near lakes and gorgeous natural areas


Urology :

Urology Opportunity in Coastal Florida

A large health care system in Southwest Florida is excited to welcome an additional urologist to their practice. The health system recently rated in the top 5% of all health systems in the US and have been named among America’s 100 Best Hospitals for Specialty Care for 2021 by Healthgrades.

Opportunity Highlights:
• Incoming physician will join 7 other urologists and 5 APP
• The urology practice has three outpatient offices and perform surgeries at three conveniently located hospitals
• General urology position but fellowship/interests in FPMRS and Robotics would be exciting
• Practice has a robot
• Non burdensome call of 1:8
• Competitive compensation package that includes a sign on bonus and relocation

Area Information:
In Southwest Florida, there is something for everyone. With warm weather and world-famous beaches, the area has numerous outdoor activities right at your fingertips, such as, boating, playing golf, fishing, enjoying the wildlife, beautiful walking trails, and so much more. In addition to being home to several two- and four-year colleges, the area has many highly rated public and private schooling options.

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Type: Urology

Subspecialty: General Urology

Position #: 3568

State: Florida


Neurosurgery :

Newly-Built Hospital in Suburb of Major Metropolitan Midwest City Seeking Neurosurgeon

A level II trauma center is recruiting a neurosurgeon in a green and family-friendly suburban city in Michigan. The new neurosurgeon will see a range of spine cases, including complex spine, and can see simple cranial cases as well. MIS skills are a plus! Both in-practice candidates and new trainees are invited to apply. A leadership position is available for the right candidate. Neurosurgeons at the flagship hospital are excited to provide ample mentorship including helping with complex cases at their hospital, and having the new neurosurgeon spend time with them.

In addition to the hospital, the neurosurgeon will see patients at the newly built medical center, which has attached operating rooms. The musculoskeletal center there includes PM&R, Pain, and Physical Therapy.

This large not-for-profit health care system has over 25,000 physicians and clinicians serving diverse communities across the nation. Nationally recognized for care and experience, it includes a vast network of many hospitals, continuing care and urgent care locations, one of the largest PACE programs in the country, and many other health and well-being services.

Situated just outside a major metropolitan area, this hospital system is dedicated to bolstering community health and equity, returning over 1 billion of its operating revenue to surrounding communities in the form of charity care and other community benefit programs.

• Call is 1:4, and shared with community neurosurgeons
• Mid-level support for consults and post op care
• No ortho spine competition
• Support for building referral network
• This health care system has a large share of the primary care market and 7 neurologists

Ranked as one of the happiest mid-sized cities and best places to raise a family, this family-friendly community near a major metropolitan city in Michigan is praised for its 1400 acres of parks and nature areas while being central to the entertainment of a large city and cultural offerings of two major research universities. Excellent public and private school options are available for families. Enjoy its small-town feel while being a short drive from big town conveniences.

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Type: Neurosurgery

Subspecialty: General Neurosurgery, Spine, Trauma

Position #: 3569

State: Michigan

Characteristics: Access to large metropolitan area, Excellent schools nearby


Neurology :

Inpatient Neurology Medical Director and Neurohospitalists needed at Primary Stroke Center in Jacksonville, FL

A large hospital in beautiful Jacksonville, Florida is seeking two neurohospitalists to join its neurosciences team. There is an opportunity for qualified candidates to be the Medical Director and help develop the inpatient neurology service line.

Hospital:
• 454 Bed Acute-Care Hospital
• Level II Trauma Center
• Comprehensive onsite neurosurgery services available
• Primary Stroke Center (Plans to move to Comprehensive)
• Biplane Suite (Currently in construction)

Position Highlights:
• 7on/7off Schedule
• Tele-Stroke Support
• Consult Service Only
• New Ceribell EEG System (24/7 Continuous Bedside EEG Monitoring)
• 100% Inpatient
• Student Loan Forgiveness Available

Jacksonville:
With 1.5 million people in the Greater Jacksonville Metropolitan Area, Jacksonville is the largest city in the state of Florida. Located where the St. Johns River and the Atlantic Ocean meet, Jacksonville is known for its metropolitan style and stunning natural beauty. Enjoy endless stretches of pristine beaches, unique shopping, numerous dining options, and warm Southern hospitality. With a moderate temperature year-round, Jacksonville is home to numerous festivals, national and international sporting events, exceptional golf courses, and world-class art and culture.

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Type: Neurology

Subspecialty: Epilepsy, General Neurology, Neurohospitalist, EEG

Position #: 3572

State: Florida

Characteristics: Above market compensation package, Access to large metropolitan area, Attractive schedule options available, Beach community, Excellent schools nearby, Excellent work/life balance, Leadership role available, Near lakes and gorgeous natural areas, Particularly patient focused, Student loan repayment available, Well organized and managed practice, No/Low state income tax, Low cost of living area


Neurosurgery :

Fantastic Private Practice Opportunity in Texas!

A collegial, well-run private practice in Texas is excited to recruit a general neurosurgeon to join the team. The group values a collaborative, team-inspired culture! This is a neurosurgery position with an emphasis in spine. New grads and experienced candidates are equally welcome. Neurosurgeons interested in joining can look forward to a collegial and fair work environment that promotes camaraderie and mentorship. With a neurosurgeon leaving the area to be closer to family, the new hire can expect immediate volume on day one!

The practice is on a steep trajectory of growth with an acute focus on service and outcome-oriented neurosurgery. The practice is the sole provider of neurosurgical care at two hospitals within the same health system.

Practice Highlights:
• 7 days of call per month required in year one: no call requirements thereafter!
• Call is highly consultative in nature, with the rare occasion of having to go into the hospital at night. Hospitalists admit trauma patients.
• 80/20 mix of spine and cranial work
• 3 APPs currently in the practice with a likelihood of adding a 4th this year.
• O.R. block time is available
• State of the art equipment is available including a brand new Zeiss microscope, Medtronic cranial navigation, Globus and Medtronic robotic spine equipment
• Investment opportunities in a very successful surgical center
• Extremely well-run practice with a seasoned, affable practice manager
• 200 cases anticipated in year one with more than 400+ once established
• Strong volume of referrals developed through wonderful working relationships fostered by maintaining easy communication, short queue for appointments and good surgical outcomes
• No competition, no other neurosurgeon practices or admits to the hospitals covered
• 1st year income guarantee with lucrative long-term income potential
• Plan to build brand new office building with surgical center, imaging center, etc this year

This large city offers residents a friendly, small town feel but with big city amenities. World class shopping, amusement parks, sporting events, concerts, Broadway productions, museums and countless cultural and culinary festivals are all available here. Pockets of different communities and neighborhoods span across this large and sprawling city. Enjoy the best of all worlds in this terrific Texas city!

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Type: Neurosurgery

Subspecialty: General Neurosurgery, Spine

Position #: 3575

State: Texas

Characteristics: Access to large metropolitan area, Attractive schedule options available, Diverse community, Near lakes and gorgeous natural areas, Particularly patient focused, Well organized and managed practice, Tort reform state


Neurology :

Outpatient General Neurology Opportunity in Philadelphia Suburbs

A well-established and thriving group in Sellersville, PA is excited to welcome outpatient neurologists to their team of 2 neurologists and 2 APPs. While general neurology is the biggest need, neurologists of all subspecialties will be welcomed!

Position Highlights:
- General neurology call (no stroke) of 1:5
- Clinic currently does Botox, LPs, and EMGs
- General neurology with up to 10% subspecialized focus
- Participate in grand rounds and meetings with the Department of Neurology at main campus
- Interests in clinical research well-supported as this is a future goal for the practice
- Competitive compensation with sign on bonus and relocation
- H1b visa sponsorship available

Sellersville, PA:
Sellersville is a suburb of Philadelphia, about 30 miles from downtown. Situated in the historic and idyllic Bucks County, it offers a great cost of living and access to the East Coast. It’s also very possible to live in suburbs closer to downtown Philadelphia, like Ambler or Blue Bell, which are known for their excellent schools.

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Type: Neurology

Subspecialty: Clinical Neurophysiology (EEG or EMG), General Neurology, Headache, Movement Disorders, EMG

Position #: 3579

State: Pennsylvania

Characteristics: Access to large metropolitan area, Excellent schools nearby, Excellent work/life balance, Mountains nearby, Near lakes and gorgeous natural areas, No or low trauma call, Well organized and managed practice, Low cost of living area


Neurology :

Inpatient Neurologists needed at Southern Alabama Neuroscience Center of Excellence!

A large Neuroscience Center of Excellence in Southern Alabama is recruiting inpatient neurologists to join its established program. There is an opportunity for qualified candidates to be the Stroke Medical Director and help develop the inpatient neurology service line.

The ideal person will want to be part of the growth of the neurosciences program that currently includes neurology, PM&R, pain management, and neurosurgery.

Practice Highlights:
• Walk into immediate volume with a medical draw of 600,000
• Research and teaching opportunities available
• Established internal referral base as well as private practice referrals
• Collaborative relationship with hospital administration
• Very competitive base salary plus RVU incentive plus call pay

Hospital Highlights:
• 681-bed Level III facility
• Largest health system in southern Alabama and dominant hospital in the area
• Dedicated 14-bed neuro-ICU that is expanding
• MRI
• Brainlab navigation and CT
• 7on/7off schedule
• Brand new Philips Angiogram Biplane
• Internal Medicine and Pharmacy Residency Programs

This is a midsized city that is perfect for those who love the outdoors, in particular water activities. Residents have the option to live in quaint sidewalk communities lined with water oaks, on rivers, or on our beautiful Bay. The perfect mix of excellent restaurants and events you would find in a large city, and the hospitality and relationships you would expect to find in a small town. There are excellent public and private school options in the area, along with a diverse population with access to many different cultures and religions.

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Type: Neurology

Subspecialty: Clinical Neurophysiology (EEG or EMG), Neurohospitalist, Stroke

Position #: 3587

State: Alabama

Characteristics: Above market compensation package, Attractive schedule options available, Beach community, Excellent schools nearby


Urology :

Pediatric Urology Opportunity with Academically Affiliated Hospital

A top-ranked, academically affiliated hospital is excited to welcome an additional urologist to their program. The hospital has 600+ beds and is a level 1 trauma center. The urology department is staffed with 8 other urologists, dedicated APPs and urology residents.

Program Highlights:
• 600+ bed and level one trauma center
• Affiliated with a university college of medicine
• The hospital has eight residencies/fellowships, including urology
• The hospital is consistently ranked as one of “America’s Best Hospitals” by U.S. News & World Report
• The pediatric urology department is a comprehensive pediatric urology practice that services a broad patient demographic across the Southeastern US

Position Highlights:
• Will join one other pediatric urologist and nurse practitioner.
• The position is 100% pediatric urology and offers all types of pediatric urology cases (major reconstruction, spina bifida, genital reconstruction, stones, robots, minimally invasive surgery, etc).
• The practice has a robot
• Typically, the practice has 2 clinic days, 2 OR days and a flex day
• The incoming physician will be involved in teaching of urology residents
• Call is 1:2 and is non-burdensome as the residents take first call
• In addition to teaching, research opportunities are available
• Competitive compensation that includes sign-on bonus and relocation stipend

Area Highlights:
This charming, southern city of over 500,000 people offers big city amenities in a mid-size city. While there is plenty to do in the city, they are a short drive to both Atlanta and Nashville. The city has received accolades from the New York Times and other publications declaring them as “one of the best cities in the world” and the “Best Town Ever”. The area has become a haven for outdoor enthusiasts looking for adventure in a historic natural setting. For families, the area has a plethora of public and private schooling options.

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Type: Urology

Subspecialty: Pediatric Urology

Position #: 3588

State: Tennessee


Urology :

Academic Urology Opportunity in South Texas

An academic affiliated multispecialty hospital group is excited to welcome additional urologists to their growing practice. The opportunity would be excellent for a general urologist and sub-specialty interests in urologic oncology would be a great fit.

Hospital/Practice Highlights:
• Main campus has 530 beds
• Level 1 trauma center
• Currently 7 other urologists and 2 APPs (adding 3 more)
• Practice has 2 da Vinci Xi robots with a 3rd arriving this summer
• Robotic experience preferred but not required
• Both clinical and basic science research opportunities
• Urology Residency Program

Position Highlights:
• Opportunities for general urologists, and urologic oncologists
• The new urologists will be able to build a current practice very quickly
• Physician will have access to da Vinci robots though robotics experience is not mandatory
• Non burdensome call of 1:8
• Opportunity to teach medical students and residents, if interested
• Culture and teamwork is very important to the practice
• Competitive compensation that includes a sign-on bonus, relocation bonus and potentially student loan repayment.
• J1 visa can be supported

Area Highlights:
This south Texas city is a growing and vibrant metro area with a lively art, cultural and dining scene and a major center for retail, international trade, tourism, and manufacturing. The area is known for its mild winter weather, tropical breezes, brightly colored birds, and low cost of living. It is one of the fastest growing cities in America and ranks third in the nation for Best Places to Live for Quality of Life in the U.S. in 2020-2021 by U.S. News & World Report. There is easy access to the sandy beaches of a vacation destination on the Gulf of Mexico, which offers water sports, dolphin cruises, horseback riding and a sea turtle rescue center.

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Type: Urology

Subspecialty: Endourology, Female Pelvic Medicine and Reconstructive Surgery, General Urology, Genitourinary Reconstructive Urology, Male Infertility/Andrology, Urologic Oncology, Sexual Medicine

Position #: 3589

State: Texas


Neurosurgery :

Southwestern Academic Program Seeks Dual-Vascular Trained Neurosurgeon

A major university in the sunny southwest is actively recruiting for a neurosurgeon with fellowship training in endovascular neurosurgery as well as a desire to practice general neurosurgery. This academic center is the region's only Level 1 Trauma center and the hospital is a Comprehensive Stroke Center.

Become part of a dynamic neurosurgery team consisting of ten well-established surgeons, two of which are endovascular trained. There are 19 advanced practice providers on staff, with one dedicated to the endovascular service. A strong referral base exists, with a robust critical emergent tele neurology program (ACCESS) serving 19 hospitals across the state.

Each neurosurgeon does 200-240 cases per year. Endovascular call will be 1:3.

The city is the largest in the state and the center of a metro area of 1.1M. It is in one of the most culturally, ecologically and geologically diverse states in the country!

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Type: Neurosurgery

Subspecialty: Endovascular

Position #: 3590

State: New Mexico

Characteristics: Mountains nearby, Teaching encouraged


APP :

Neurosurgical PA Needed for a Private Practice in Sunny Florida

A private practice located in a beautiful area of FL is hiring a Neurosurgical Physician Assistant with surgical assist experience. This multi-specialty group provides patients with the highest quality and most technologically advanced medical care. The neurosurgery team includes four highly trained neurosurgeons and two APPs. Be part of a supportive team environment that shares a core value for serving everyone in the community and providing excellent care.

Practice Highlights:
• Inpatient/Outpatient Split Schedule
• First Assist in the OR
• Minimal Call
• Competitive Salary and Generous Benefit Package

Area:
This city is located in the Southwestern coast of Florida. It has more than 30 miles of beaches with more than 300 days of sunshine per a year. It offers a vast array of shopping, many dining options and a plenty of golf, fishing and boating! There is also a plethora of opportunities to appeal to the widest variety of artistic tastes. For the travelers enjoy a conveniently located international airport nearby.

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Type: APP

Subspecialty: PA - Neurosurgery

Position #: 3591

State: Florida

Characteristics: Beach community, No/Low state income tax


Urology :

Urology Opportunities in Southeast Michigan

A large, physician led multi-specialty group in the Southeast Michigan/Greater Detroit area is excited to welcome several urologists to their practice. Currently, there are two positions available, one in a western Detroit suburb and the other near Ann Arbor.

Position Highlights:
• General urology position with subspecialty interests welcome. A men’s health/andrology specialist would be of particular interest.
• Group has 8 urologists
• Practice has several robots
• Depending on location, call is 1:3 or 1:8 and is compensated separately
• Teaching and research is available for those that are interested
• Can accommodate an H1B visa
• Competitive compensation with 2-year guarantee that offers RVU bonus potential

About Detroit:
Just north of Lake Erie’s western end, Detroit, Michigan, is a sprawling metropolis home to over four million people. The famed “Motor City” has historically been known for its auto manufacturing sector, its contributions to the early music industry, and its beloved sports teams. Today, through its revitalization, Detroit has taken on a new appeal. From its world-class museums and its incredible assortment of eateries to its culturally-inspired dive bars and eclectic garage-like music scene, Detroit is one of the most exciting cities in America to both explore and be a part of right now. Its population is motivated, its people are proud, and the suburbs’ rekindled interest in downtown has helped open the door to a new era of prosperity and a growing young population.

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Type: Urology

Subspecialty: Endourology, Female Pelvic Medicine and Reconstructive Surgery, General Urology, Genitourinary Reconstructive Urology, Male Infertility/Andrology

Position #: 3592

State: Michigan


Neurology :

Well-Established Group in Lexington, KY Seeking General and Sub-Specialized Neurologists - 100% OP

A well-established group in Lexington, KY is seeking additional BC/BE general and sub-specialized neurologists to join its collegial team that covers a large geographic territory with a catchment area of 1.3 million. Neurologists with Movement Disorders, Sleep, Headache, and General Neurology interests can be well-supported.

Clinic Highlights:
• New state-of-the-art building as of 2021
• Cares for more than 2,000 patients daily and 600,000 patients annually
• Employs more than 180 providers and 1000 staff
• Has providers in more than 30 different specialties
• Has more than 25 different locations throughout Central Kentucky
• Draws patients from an area of 1.3 million residents

Opportunity Highlights:
• Movement Disorders, Sleep, Headache, and General Neurology position available
• 100% outpatient position
• 1:3 call (Non-burdensome)
• Guaranteed salary along with $150k signing/retention bonus, $10k relocation and $2k CME
• Partnership is available after 1-2 years

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Type: Neurology

Subspecialty: General Neurology, Headache, Movement Disorders, Sleep

Position #: 3601

State: Kentucky

Characteristics: Access to large metropolitan area, Diverse community, Excellent schools nearby, Excellent work/life balance, Leadership role available, Near lakes and gorgeous natural areas, Well organized and managed practice


Neurology :

Faculty opportunity for memory disorders physician-scientist

A well-known university in Virginia is seeking a memory disorders neurologist to join its faculty. The ideal candidate will be someone with a current research program or the potential of developing an innovative research program. A specific interest in glia and the immune processes in neurodegenerative diseases is preferred because it complements local strengths. The clinical effort is limited to allow a focus on research. Research interests can be basic science, translational, or clinical.

They offer unique research facilities within the Department of Neurology and Center for Brain Immunology and Glia (BIG), including high-resolution single- and multi-photon confocal and light sheet microscopy, flow cytometry, and behavioral equipment.

They provide a rich clinical research environment through the Virginia Alzheimer's Disease Center (VADC), Center for Brain Immunology and Glia (BIG), Program in Fundamental Neuroscience, Neuroscience Graduate Program, the Brain Institute, and NCATS funded CTSA, known as the iTHRIV program.

The VADC includes the Memory and Aging Clinic which evaluates and provides dementia care for more than 2000 patients each year. The VADC is constructing a clinical cohort of patients in which the AD diagnosis has been confirmed using the CSF biomarkers of b amyloid and phosphorylated tau protein. Our imaging core completes MRIs according to the ADNI protocol and performs Amyloid tau PET scans. In addition, the Center has neuropathology, basic science, data science and statistical design, and community engagement cores. The Brain Institute supports the VADC, and it is dedicated it enhancing clinical translational and basic neuroscience research.

Center for Brain Immunology and Glia (BIG) brings together investigators with research interests in neuroimmunology and glia. Since 2012, the University and Brain Institute have made key investments in BIG that have led to six faculty recruitments and the acquisition of state-of-the-art equipment. The BIG Center has confocal microscopes, a multiphoton microscope, a flow cytometer, and cryostats to support neuroimmunology projects. Research in the BIG Center has led to numerous high impact papers and NIH-funded research projects. In 2021, the BIG Center received NIH funding for a T32 training program that will support predoctoral training. The BIG Center hosts weekly research in progress meetings, monthly seminars, and an annual retreat. Many investigators in BIG Center have basic research interests in AD and other neurodegenerative conditions. The University has recently made a significant investment in BIG to promote the study of neuroinflammation in models of neurodegenerative disease. Investigators in the BIG Center are actively seeking to build more partnerships with clinicians to build translational research programs in Alzheimer's disease and related dementias.

The Brain Institute consists of a director, Associate Director, Director of Finance, 3 Clinical research Coordinators, and fiscal technician. All have offices in the Ivy Translational Research Building. Brain Institute provides expertise in the conception, creation, and management of large brain research projects, including forming centers such as the Autism Center and Brain Health Center. The institute maintains internal communication among neuroscientists via newsletters websites. It hosts seminars and symposia. The Brain Institute draws upon talented faculty and students. It facilitated cluster hires in the College and Graduate School of Arts & Sciences, the School of Education, the School of Medicine, Engineering and Applied Science, and the Data Science Institute. All work as colleagues on developing better methods for understanding the complexities of the brain.


Position Highlights:
- Mentor and train graduate students, post doc fellows, K awardees, and teach medical students and residents
- Recipient of Best Practices Award from the Commonwealth Council on Aging and Aging Innovations Award by the National Association of Area Agencies on Aging
- Program is recipient of federal funding
- Cognitive patients travel from all of Virginia and several surrounding states for care at their nationally-recognized Memory Disorders Program
- An interdisciplinary team of neuropsychologists, geriatricians, speech-language pathologists, and social workers.

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Type: Neurology

Subspecialty: Neurodegenerative (Alzheimer/Cognitive), Alzheimer's Disease/Dementia, Neurodegenerative Disorders

Position #: 3603

State: Virginia

Characteristics: Excellent schools nearby, Mountains nearby, Near lakes and gorgeous natural areas, No or low trauma call, Research support available, Teaching encouraged


APP :

Neurology NP/PA Opportunity in Beautiful Coastal Delaware

A large health care system in Delaware is recruiting a Neurology Advanced Practice Provider. This practitioner will work with a team of Neurohospitalists, Outpatient Neurologist and APPs. This position will mainly work in the hospital but will work in an outpatient clinic one-day a week.  This is an exciting opportunity to join a great team that provides the highest standard of care in a community setting.

Practice Highlights:
- Inpatient/Outpatient Opportunity (M-F)
- No Call
- Completes Physical Examinations, Diagnosis, and Treatment of Both Chronic and Episodic Disorders
- Competitive Salary and Comprehensive Benefits Package

Area:
This city has a lot of charm and history, including a downtown filled with specialty shops, neighborhood stores, and restaurants.  Numerous cultural experiences throughout the area include: summer arts’ festivals; art galleries; dinner theaters; historic train rides; specialty museums; and outdoor performances by the ocean.  Ideally located less than a two-hour drive from Washington, DC, Baltimore, and Philadelphia and under three hours from New York City.  If you’d rather just hang at the beach, Lewes, Bethany, and Rehoboth Beaches are all just a short drive away.  But here’s the best part; it’s an affordable place to live with historic personality, beautiful farmlands, and coastal scenery!

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Type: APP

Subspecialty: NP/PA - Neurology

Position #: 3606

State: Delaware


Neurosurgery :

Well-established neurosurgery program at hospital in the South looking to add a partner

A Southern hospital is looking for a general neurosurgeon to join its established, growing
practice. As the leading neurosurgery program in the southcentral location of the state, the hospital has the highest successful surgery rates and patient satisfaction in the area. The current neurosurgeon has been with the group for over ten years and has a well-established practice. He is happy to welcome a new partner, someone with experience is welcome and he is also happy to provide mentorship to a new grad! He performs a wide array of procedures and enjoys a general neurosurgery practice. The new partner can expect a case mix of 80-90% spine and 10% cranial. This is a Level III center that operates as a Level II.

The Medical Center is the first hospital in the state to offer robotic-assisted spinal surgery with ExcelsiusGPS®

Opportunity Overview:

• Competitive Base Salary + Production
• Excellent Comprehensive Benefits Package
• Sign-On Bonus
• Visa Sponsorship Available
• Opportunity to Join the Health Physician Group, A Clinically Integrated Health Network
• Call schedule of 10 days per month - they divert to keep it at 10 days

Opportunity Features:

• Experienced and dedicated OR team including neuro coordinator, neuro surgical assistants, and advanced radiology technicians
• ExcelsiusGPS® Globus Spine Robot
• Dedicated neurosurgery beds and ICU with experienced
neuro support staff
• Advanced neuro imaging including 3T MRI
• Stealth Navigation including cranial package O-Arm
• PACS Radiology System
• Radiation Oncology with IMRT
• Stereotactic radiosurgery – cranial and spinal

This opportunity is with a growing, six-hospital system serving over 12 counties with 560+ beds, system-wide. Their expanding system continuously invests in technology, facilities, new services, and the community. The health system currently offers General Surgery, Internal Medicine, Psychiatry, OB/GYN, Transitional Year Residency programs, Cardiology, Interventional Cardiology &
Pulmonary Fellowship program, and a new satellite four-year medical school through the University.

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Type: Neurosurgery

Subspecialty: General Neurosurgery

Position #: 3607

State: Kentucky

Characteristics: Particularly patient focused, Visa support available, Well organized and managed practice


Neurosurgery :

Dynamic New England Practice is Growing!

An excellent, well-regarded practice in New England is growing and wants to hire a spine-focused neurosurgeon. The new neurosurgeon will join a multispecialty group including three experienced neurosurgeons eager to mentor and support the practice growth of a new physician. The ideal candidate is someone who is a self-starter and has a desire for private practice. The practice enjoys a strong referral network with no local orthopedic spine competition and perform the full gamut of neurosurgical pathology with the exception of neurovascular, functional, and pediatric neurosurgery.

The practice admits to two well-equipped area hospitals with state-of-the-art equipment and support for neurosurgical services.

Practice Highlights:
• Walk into an established practice with opportunity to develop a busy clinical practice
• Case mix of ~85% spine and 15% intracranial
• Partners performing approximately 250 cases/year
• Call will be 1:4 with 24/7 PA support. Call is consultative in nature, roughly 1 operative case per week while on call
• Large patient catchment area including several counties
• Built-in referral network
• PA’s also help with rounding on patients and consults, and assist in OR
• No pediatric neurosurgery call/cases
• Block OR time
• Competitive base salary and annual bonus based on net income; 2-year partnership track
• Ancillary income opportunities including a pharmacy, real estate, and occupational therapy

This area is an ideal location for family life, cultural activities, professional growth, and recreation. Conveniently located in reasonable driving distance to New York City and Boston, it is very easy to travel. For those who enjoy winter sports, the Vermont Mountains are just a few hours away. There is easy access to the Metro North train and thriving local communities.

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Type: Neurosurgery

Subspecialty: General Neurosurgery, Spine

Position #: 3608

State: Connecticut


Urology :

Urology Opportunity in Central Florida

A large, fast-paced hospital system in central Florida is excited to welcome two Urologists to their practice. The incoming physicians will partner with another urologist in the department. They are hiring due to two retirements and growth.

Hospital Highlights:
• Hospital has 529 beds
• The health system has been ranked in the top 20 % of large U.S. health care systems the past 3 years
• 15 hospitals in their network, 13 operating rooms, and 27,739 team members

Position Highlights:
• General urology position but fellowship/interests can be supported
• Practice has two da Vinci XI robots
• Incentive pay for taking call
• Commencement/Relocation bonus upon start of employment
• No state income tax in Florida
• New urologist will can grow practice very quickly - Will receive referrals from 18 primary care doctors
• H1b Visas accepted
• Compensation is base salary for 2 years, then WRVU model thereafter
• Teaching not required but there is potential to be involved with urology resident rotations

Area Highlights:
This area is one of the fastest growing in the country and one of the most affordable places to live in Florida. This is a fun location, especially if you love the water. It has a very large shoreline, many lakes, and will celebrate its 100th annual ski show in 2022. As a great place to raise a family, there are great schools, beautiful residential communities, lots of places to eat and shop in and near Winter Haven as well. There are beautiful residential communities as well as plenty of places to eat and shop.

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Type: Urology

Subspecialty: Endourology, Female Pelvic Medicine and Reconstructive Surgery, General Urology, Genitourinary Reconstructive Urology, Male Infertility/Andrology, Urologic Oncology, Sexual Medicine

Position #: 3610

State: Florida

Characteristics: Near lakes and gorgeous natural areas, No/Low state income tax


Neurology :

Neurohospitalist opportunity in Denver with physician-run practice

A large physician-run practice in Denver, Colorado is excited to welcome several neurohospitalists to their team of 12.

This physician owned and operated multispecialty group with over 650 providers. Their world class physicians offer exceptional, quality patient care in a variety of settings. Blue Sky also offers Tele neurology Coverage at 200+ Hospitals Nationwide and has an annual Stroke Volume of over 1500, >30,000 Encounters via Telemedicine Annually.

Neurohospitalist Highlights:
• 7-on/7-off schedule for all locations
• 7-5pm in hospital, consult only service
• When on call, most calls can be taken from home
• Teaching opportunity available with neurology residents
• Clinical Research available and opportunities to participate in NIH Strokenet
• Option to participate in tele-stroke
• H-1B Visa Support available

Location Details:
Denver, the capital of Colorado, is an outdoor city known for its world-class cultural attractions, thriving craft breweries, chef-driven dining, and red-hot music scene, all within easy reach of the Rocky Mountains. It is a vibrant metropolis with 300 days of sunny skies annually and is considered the healthiest state in the nation. Situated in the South Platte River Valley, this modern city draws openness from the Great Plains to the east and features spectacular Rocky Mountain views to the west. Residents of this mile-high landscape are noted for their sunny dispositions and can-do attitudes.

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Type: Neurology

Subspecialty: Neurohospitalist, Stroke

Position #: 3616

State: Colorado

Characteristics: Access to large metropolitan area, Mountains nearby, Research support available


Neurosurgery :

General Neurosurgery Opportunity In Terrific California Location!

A level II trauma center has an opening for a general neurosurgeon to join the team. Interests in trauma within the context of a general neurosurgery opportunity will be well supported.

Ample volume exists here as a neurosurgeon is leaving the area for family reasons. The hospital is a comprehensive stroke center and has been designated as a Blue Distinction Center for spine by Blue Cross and Blue Shield. The medical center has also received an “A” rating by Leapfrog Group for patient safety.

As part of a physician service agreement, the new hire will join a multi-specialty practice of two neurosurgeons, two interventional pain physicians and two nurse practitioners.

Strong support by hospital leadership and staff as well as the neurosurgery partners is ready and waiting! Funding has been earmarked for marketing efforts and a physician liaison will be partnered with the new hire to introduce referring physicians, set up lunch and learns, and other marketing endeavors. Mentorship will be readily available for new grads. The physicians work very well together; the practice provides a cohesive and team-inspired culture.

Practice Highlights:
• Call will be 1:3, PAs take first call.
• 70/30 mix of spine and cranial work to start with a strong opportunity to grow the cranial component to 40-50%.
• Two neurological oncologists on staff.
• APPs first assist, round and assist in clinic.
• Dedicated Neuro-ICU with eight beds along with a 10-bed step down unit.
• Strong neurotrauma and neuro-intensivist team.
• Two dedicated neuro/spine suites.
• Dedicated neuro nursing team.
• Terrific equipment including two O-Arms, new Stealth navigation system and three new Jackson tables.
• 125 cases anticipated in year one with more than 250 once established.
• Overhead paid by hospital, attractive Base plus RVU plus call pay compensation structure!

A bedroom community of a large California metro, this city is home to more than 200,00 residents. The downtown area is vibrant with restaurants, shops, bars, coffee and teahouses, art studios and live music. The city offers a warm hometown feel with access to all necessary amenities. The public schools have a great reputation, and there are a variety of private schools from which to choose. Beautiful neighborhoods are abundant with parks around every corner. Its location is perfect for outdoor enthusiasts, given its proximity to many national treasures!

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Type: Neurosurgery

Subspecialty: Trauma

Position #: 3617

State: California


Neurosurgery :

General Neurosurgery Opportunity for Cranial Focused Neurosurgeon In Terrific California Location!

A level II trauma center has an opening for a general neurosurgeon to join the team. Interests in neurosurgical oncology within the context of a general neurosurgery opportunity will be well supported.

Ample volume exists here as a neurosurgeon is leaving the area for family reasons. The hospital is a comprehensive stroke center and has been designated as a Blue Distinction Center for spine by Blue Cross and Blue Shield. The medical center has also received an “A” rating by Leapfrog Group for patient safety.

As part of a physician service agreement, the new hire will join a multi-specialty practice of two neurosurgeons, two interventional pain physicians and two nurse practitioners.

Strong support by hospital leadership and staff as well as the neurosurgery partners is ready and waiting! Funding has been earmarked for marketing efforts and a physician liaison will be partnered with the new hire to introduce referring physicians, set up lunch and learns, and other marketing endeavors. Mentorship will be readily available for new grads. The physicians work very well together; the practice provides a cohesive and team-inspired culture.

Practice Highlights:
• Call will be 1:3, PAs take first call.
• 70/30 mix of spine and cranial work to start with a strong opportunity to grow the cranial component to 40-50%.
• Two neurological oncologists on staff.
• APPs first assist, round and assist in clinic.
• Dedicated Neuro-ICU with eight beds along with a 10-bed step down unit.
• Strong neurotrauma and neuro-intensivist team.
• Two dedicated neuro/spine suites.
• Dedicated neuro nursing team.
• Terrific equipment including two O-Arms, new Stealth navigation system and three new Jackson tables.
• 125 cases anticipated in year one with more than 250 once established.
• Overhead paid by hospital, attractive Base plus RVU plus call pay compensation structure!

A bedroom community of a large California metro, this city is home to more than 200,00 residents. The downtown area is vibrant with restaurants, shops, bars, coffee and teahouses, art studios and live music. The city offers a warm hometown feel with access to all necessary amenities. The public schools have a great reputation, and there are a variety of private schools from which to choose. Beautiful neighborhoods are abundant with parks around every corner. Its location is perfect for outdoor enthusiasts, given its proximity to many national treasures!

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Type: Neurosurgery

Subspecialty: Neurosurgical Oncology/Skull Base

Position #: 3617

State: California


Neurosurgery :

General Neurosurgery Opportunity In Terrific California Location!

A level II trauma center has an opening for a general neurosurgeon to join the team. Interests in neurosurgical oncology within the context of a general neurosurgery opportunity will be well supported.

Ample volume exists here as a neurosurgeon is leaving the area for family reasons. The hospital is a comprehensive stroke center and has been designated as a Blue Distinction Center for spine by Blue Cross and Blue Shield. The medical center has also received an “A” rating by Leapfrog Group for patient safety.

As part of a physician service agreement, the new hire will join a multi-specialty practice of two neurosurgeons, two interventional pain physicians and two nurse practitioners.

Strong support by hospital leadership and staff as well as the neurosurgery partners is ready and waiting! Funding has been earmarked for marketing efforts and a physician liaison will be partnered with the new hire to introduce referring physicians, set up lunch and learns, and other marketing endeavors. Mentorship will be readily available for new grads. The physicians work very well together; the practice provides a cohesive and team-inspired culture.

Practice Highlights:
• Call will be 1:3, PAs take first call.
• 70/30 mix of spine and cranial work to start with a strong opportunity to grow the cranial component to 40-50%.
• Two neurological oncologists on staff.
• APPs first assist, round and assist in clinic.
• Dedicated Neuro-ICU with eight beds along with a 10-bed step down unit.
• Strong neurotrauma and neuro-intensivist team.
• Two dedicated neuro/spine suites.
• Dedicated neuro nursing team.
• Terrific equipment including two O-Arms, new Stealth navigation system and three new Jackson tables.
• 125 cases anticipated in year one with more than 250 once established.
• Overhead paid by hospital, attractive Base plus RVU plus call pay compensation structure!

A bedroom community of a large California metro, this city is home to more than 200,00 residents. The downtown area is vibrant with restaurants, shops, bars, coffee and teahouses, art studios and live music. The city offers a warm hometown feel with access to all necessary amenities. The public schools have a great reputation, and there are a variety of private schools from which to choose. Beautiful neighborhoods are abundant with parks around every corner. Its location is perfect for outdoor enthusiasts, given its proximity to many national treasures!

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Type: Neurosurgery

Subspecialty: General Neurosurgery

Position #: 3617

State: California


Neurology :

Neurology opportunity in Philadelphia suburbs -- leadership role available

Due to extensive growth and community need, a large and growing healthcare system is seeking a fifth neurologist to join one of its clinics near Philadelphia (30 minutes from downtown).

The position involves direct responsibility for the clinical teaching, supervision and evaluation of the first-year psychiatry residents in the Psychiatry Residency Program. Administrative support and didactic training will be provided by the program. If someone is interested in leadership responsibilities, a Medical Director of Neurology opportunity exists.

Highlights:
- Dedicated administrative and teaching time
- Flexibility in determining call – aim to be sustainable for work-life balance
- See your subspecialty within the context of a general neurology practice
- Have full-support of Neurosciences physician and administrative leadership
- Teach, supervise, and evaluate for the Psychiatry Residency Program.
- Manage a wide range of Neurological disorders to include Movement disorders, Stroke, Epilepsy, Headache syndromes, Neuro-muscular disorders.

Benefits & Perks:
• Competitive Compensation Plan with a superb benefits package
• CME Allowance
• Retirement programs
• Loan Forgiveness Assistance Program
• Malpractice Insurance with Tail Coverage
• Relocation Assistance
• Spousal/Domestic Partner Job Search Support
• H1B Visas and Green Card Sponsorship

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Type: Neurology

Subspecialty: Clinical Neurophysiology (EEG or EMG), General Neurology, EMG, EEG

Position #: 3631

State: Pennsylvania

Characteristics: Above market compensation package, Access to large metropolitan area, Attractive schedule options available, Diverse community, Excellent schools nearby, Excellent work/life balance, Leadership role available, Near lakes and gorgeous natural areas, No or low trauma call, Student loan repayment available, Teaching encouraged, Visa support available, Well organized and managed practice


Neurology :

Opportunity for Outpatient Neurophysiologist in Northern California

A large healthcare system in Northern California is excited to welcome an outpatient neurologist to their team. The ideal candidate will be comfortable with performing EMGs, NCSs, and botox injections. The position will also have shared 1:3 inpatient rounding/call coverage, and comfort with reading routine EEGs during inpatient coverage would be a strong asset.

Hospital Highlights:
- Physician-centric CEO
- Comprehensive Stroke Center
- Level II Trauma Center
- CERNER EMR
- ECMO Capabilities
- 15 OR Rooms, 1 designated to trauma daily
- 4 GI/IR dedicated procedure rooms
- 5 Cath Labs
- 3 Xi Da Vinci’s
- Bi-plane room

Position Highlights:
- Join 2 other Neurologists in the community
- Average of 15 patients per day
- Flexible Monday-Friday, 8am - 5pm schedule
- General Inpatient call take 10-days at a time
- Approx. 5-6 consults per day, flexible to be take after or during clinic
- No late night calls
- Ability to do EMG/NCSs would be a strong preference
- EEG reading also a plus during call coverage
- Night and weekend call is shared amongst the community, 1:3 to start
- Support for subspecialty interests within context of a general neurology practice
- Dedicated support staff and medical assistant
- Very generous compensation
- Full benefits: Health/Vision/Dental 401K, CME Allowance, Malpractice/Tail Insurance Coverage, Resident stipend of up to $2k/mo for the last two years of residency.

Just 90 minutes from downtown San Francisco, they are considered a bedroom community and a great place to live. Over the last decade, Bay Area natives have moved into the Central Valley and contributed to its growth. The downtown area is vibrant with restaurants, shops, bars, coffee and teahouses, art studios, live music, etc. The city offers a warm hometown feel, low cost of living, affordable housing, and access to all necessary amenities. The public schools have a great reputation, and there are a variety of private schools to also choose from. Beautiful neighborhoods are abundant with parks around every corner. Get the very best of living in Northern California, with better housing options than you would find in the Bay Area! Its central valley location also is perfect for outdoor enthusiasts, given the proximity to Yellowstone National Park and Lake Tahoe.

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Type: Neurology

Subspecialty: Clinical Neurophysiology (EEG or EMG), Epilepsy, General Neurology, Headache, Movement Disorders, Multiple Sclerosis/Neuro-Immunology, Neuromuscular, EMG, EEG

Position #: 3632

State: California


Neurology :

Opportunity for Vascular Neurologist in Northern California

A large community hospital in Northern California is excited to welcome a vascular neurologist to their community program as Stroke Director. The team also has 2 Neuro-Interventional Radiologists and a Endovascular Neurosurgeon covering this Multispecialty Hospital, and Joint Commission Certified Comprehensive Stroke Center.

Hospital Highlights:
- Physician-centric CEO
- Comprehensive Stroke Center
- Level II Trauma Center
- CERNER EMR
- ECMO Capabilities
- 15 OR Rooms, 1 designated to trauma daily
- 4 GI/IR dedicated procedure rooms
- 5 Cath Labs
- 3 Xi Da Vinci’s
- Bi-plane room

Position Highlights:
- Seeing ~1000 stroke consults and ~200 TIAs annually
- 7-on/7-off schedule, night and weekend call is shared
- 3-4 stroke alerts per day on average, pending shared call coverage
- Bi-plane
- Dedicated stroke PA and NP
- Stroke Directorship exists for interested candidate
- Support from intensivists and hospitalists
- Very generous compensation package
- Full benefits: Health/Vision/Dental 401K, CME Allowance, Malpractice/Tail Insurance Coverage

Just 90 minutes from downtown San Francisco, they are considered a bedroom community and a great place to live. Over the last decade, Bay Area natives have moved into the Central Valley and contributed to its growth. The downtown area is vibrant with restaurants, shops, bars, coffee and teahouses, art studios, live music, etc. The city offers a warm hometown feel, low cost of living, affordable housing, and access to all necessary amenities. The public schools have a great reputation, and there are a variety of private schools to also choose from. Beautiful neighborhoods are abundant with parks around every corner. Get the very best of living in Northern California, with better housing options than you would find in the Bay Area! Its central valley location also is perfect for outdoor enthusiasts, given the proximity to Yellowstone National Park and Lake Tahoe.

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Type: Neurology

Subspecialty: Stroke

Position #: 3632

State: California


Urology :

General Urology Position with Premier Academic Health System in South Jersey

A leading academic health system in South Jersey is excited to welcome an additional urologist to their program. The incoming physician will partner with six other urologists in the department.

Hospital/Practice Highlights:
• Main campus academic medical center with 635 beds and is a Level 1 trauma center
• Currently 6 other urologists and 5 APPs
• ACGME accredited urology residency program
• Ranked among top hospitals regionally by the U.S. News & World Report’s 2021-2022 Best Hospitals annual survey
• Plans are in a place to build a new 24-hour surgery center in addition to the current facility
• Vast referral network of primary care providers

Position Highlights:
• Academic general urology position
• Subspecialty interests can be supported, specifically in robotics, infertility, and FPMRS
• Robotic experience preferred but not required
• Non burdensome call of 1:6 with residents on primary call
• Urologist will work with and teach urology residents
• Stipend available for conferences

Area Highlights:
Nestled along the banks of the Delaware River, this South Jersey city is minutes away from downtown Philadelphia. The area is home to professional sports teams, rich historical sites, and renowned universities and colleges making it a wonderful place to raise a family. The city is conveniently located close to an international airport, 2 hours from New York City, and 2.5 hours from Washington D.C. For families, the area provides a variety of schooling options. There is easy access to beautiful coastal beaches, which offers boating, kayaking, water sports, and a fun-filled boardwalk.

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Type: Urology

Subspecialty: General Urology

Position #: 3635

State: New Jersey

Characteristics: Access to large metropolitan area


Urology :

Academic Urologic Oncology Opportunity in South Jersey

A leading academic health system in South Jersey, in affiliation with a prominent cancer center, is excited to welcome an additional urologic oncologist to their program. The incoming physician will partner with six other urologists in the department.

Hospital/Practice Highlights:
• Main campus academic medical center with 635 beds and is a Level 1 trauma center
• Currently 6 other urologists and 5 APPs
• ACGME accredited urology residency program
• Ranked among top hospitals regionally by the U.S. News & World Report’s 2021-2022 Best Hospitals annual survey
• Plans are in a place to build a new 24-hour surgery center in addition to the current facility

Position Highlights:
• Academic urologic oncology position with protected research time
• Cancer treatment protocols in conjunction with a major cancer medical center
• Robotic experience preferred but not required
• Non burdensome call of 1:6 with residents on primary call
• Urologist will work with and teach urology residents
• Stipend available for conferences

Area Highlights:
Nestled along the banks of the Delaware River, this South Jersey city is minutes away from downtown Philadelphia. The area is home to professional sports teams, rich historical sites, and renowned universities and colleges making it a wonderful place to raise a family. The city is conveniently located close to an international airport, 2 hours from New York City, and 2.5 hours from Washington D.C. For families, the area provides a variety of schooling options. There is easy access to beautiful coastal beaches, which offers boating, kayaking, water sports, and a fun-filled boardwalk.

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Type: Urology

Subspecialty: Urologic Oncology

Position #: 3635

State: New Jersey

Characteristics: Access to large metropolitan area


Urology :

General Urology Opportunity in Northern VA with an Excellent Work/Life Balance

A private practice, in partnership with a nearby hospital is excited to welcome an additional urologist to join their robust and well-established group in Northern VA. The incoming urologist will join six other urologists to complete the practice.

Practice/Hospital Highlights:
• Practice has been around for over 35 years
• They are the largest urology practice in the area
• Hospital is a 500 bed, level II trauma center

Position Highlights:
• General urology opportunity, though subspecialty interests can be accommodated, particularly oncology
• The hospital has 3 da Vinci XI robots and while robotic experience is preferred, it is not required
• The physicians in the practice enjoy an excellent work/life balance with a 4-day workweek plus 6 weeks of PTO
• Call is 1:7
• Incoming physician will spend approximately 2 days per week in the OR and 2 days a week in clinic
• Experienced physicians and residents/fellows are welcome. For those coming out of training, the practice will provide mentorship
• Competitive compensation offered along with partnership opportunities

Area Highlights:
Outdoor recreation, a rich history, and affordable housing with a low cost of living make this city in Northern Virginia a fantastic place to live. They boast one of Virginia’s most successful public-school divisions and offers outstanding private school systems. The area is one hour away from Shenandoah National Park, about 45 minutes from George Washington National Forest, 45 minutes from Dulles International Airport, and 90 minutes from downtown Washington, D.C.

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Type: Urology

Subspecialty: General Urology

Position #: 3640

State: Virginia

Characteristics: Access to large metropolitan area, Attractive schedule options available, Excellent schools nearby, Excellent work/life balance, Well organized and managed practice


Urology :

Pediatric Urology Opportunity with Academic Program in Pennsylvania

A growing academic program in Pennsylvania is excited to welcome an additional pediatric urologist to their program. The incoming physician will join a physician-led health care system that provides services to nearly 3 million people.

Hospital Highlights:
• Hospital is a 500 bed + level 1 trauma center
• Has been named as a top 100 hospital
• The hospital offers more than 30 medical residency programs in a variety of specialties, including urology

Position Highlights:
• 100% pediatric urology position
• The urology program has more than 20 urologists throughout the system. The pediatric urology department currently has one other pediatric urologist and a dedicated physician assistant
• Call will be eight weekdays per month and one weekend
• The program has robots, though robotic interest/experience is not required
• Urologist will work with and teach urology residents
• Research opportunities are available
• Competitive compensation along with student loan repayment, sign-on bonus and relocation stipend. Training stipends are available for residents and fellows

Area Highlights:
Enjoy living and working in a gorgeous and affordable Pennsylvania city! Its beautiful location is perfect for those who love outdoor recreation, hiking, biking, running, horseback riding, fishing and/or hunting. The area offers a wonderful quality of life and tons of recreational activities to enjoy.

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Type: Urology

Subspecialty: Pediatric Urology

Position #: 3641

State: Pennsylvania

Characteristics: Attractive schedule options available, Excellent work/life balance, Mountains nearby, Near lakes and gorgeous natural areas, Particularly patient focused, Student loan repayment available, Teaching encouraged, Visa support available, Well organized and managed practice, Low cost of living area


Neurology :

Neurohospitalist Positions Available with Large Health System in Cleveland, Ohio

An established Health System in Northeast Ohio is seeking two neurohospitalists to grow their inpatient service line. General neurohospitalists and neurohospitalists with training in Stroke are welcome!

Hospital & Neurohospitalist Highlights:
• Primary Stroke Center
• Strong academic affiliation
• 7on/7off schedule
• See 15-20 patients a day
• Telestroke in place
• No call once shift has ended, unless interested

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Type: Neurology

Subspecialty: Neurohospitalist, Stroke

Position #: 3643

State: Ohio

Characteristics: Access to large metropolitan area, Attractive schedule options available, Diverse community, Excellent schools nearby, Near lakes and gorgeous natural areas, Teaching encouraged, Visa support available, Well organized and managed practice


Neurosurgery :

Spine Focused Neurosurgery in Desirable South Florida Location Practice, Spine Fellowship Required

A neuroscience institute in south Florida is seeking a BE/BC spine focused neurosurgeon to join an expanding neurosurgery program.

This is a Level I trauma center. The hospital has a dedicated neuro ICU and is equipped with MRI, CT, Radiosurgery and C-Arm equipment. Block OR time is available and the neurosurgeons have a PA assigned to them.

The neuroscience team is comprised of adult and pediatric neurosurgeons, neurointerventionalists, neurointensivists, medical neurologists, physiatrists, with dedicated areas of expertise, and a team of clinical mid-level professionals. General neurosurgery call is required and the new person will have a spine focused practice.

This is a full-time employed position with the multispecialty Physician Group. The position offers competitive benefits and a compensation package that is commensurate with training and experience. Professional malpractice and medical liability are covered under sovereign immunity.

The neuroscience institute uses advanced technology and innovative procedures to treat a broad spectrum of neurological conditions, including neuro oncological, neurovascular, neuromuscular and neuroinflammatory and offers a wide range of surgical services including pituitary surgery, functional neurosurgery, cerebrovascular neurosurgery and spine surgery. They also offer minimally invasive procedures such as image-guided brain surgery, minimally invasive spine surgery and neurovascular intervention. The institute has been named a Neuroscience Institute of Excellence, is a Level 4 Epilepsy Center by the National Association of Epilepsy Centers (NAEC), is an Advanced Comprehensive Stroke Center by the Joint Commission and has been awarded the Target: Stroke Honor Roll Elite Plus Achievement Award for excellence in treating stroke.

This healthcare system is one of the largest public healthcare systems in the United States. A national leader in quality care and patient satisfaction, it has ranked 11 times since 2008 on nationally recognized lists of great places to work – in Modern Healthcare magazine, Florida Trend magazine and Becker's Hospital Review, just to name a few.

About South Florida
South Florida offers a dynamic urban/suburban lifestyle with an abundance of cultural and recreational amenities, miles of beautiful beaches, top-rated golf courses, zoos and wildlife refuges, a vibrant arts community, museums and world-class dining. South Florida’s high quality of life – including year-round summer weather, exciting multiculturalism and no state income tax – attracts new residents from all over the country and around the world.

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Type: Neurosurgery

Subspecialty: Spine

Position #: 3646

State: Florida

Characteristics: Access to large metropolitan area, Beach community, Tort reform state


Urology :

Pediatric Urology Opportunity at Southern Main Campus Academic Center

A well-respected academic program in the Southeast is excited to welcome an additional pediatric urologist to their program. The incoming urologist will practice at a Top 50 children’s hospital and will join three other pediatric urologists and a nurse practitioner to round out the pediatric urology program.

Position Highlights:
• Will join 3 pediatric urologists and an APP in pediatric urology department. Overall, the urology program has 30+ adult urologists and 10 APPs, system-wide.
• Incoming pediatric urologist will join performing a full range of pediatric urology with a focus on minimally invasive surgery and complex genitourinary reconstruction.
• Department also has a growing multidisciplinary myelodysplasia clinic which meets monthly and includes a general pediatrician, pediatric urology, pediatric orthopedics, pediatric neurosurgery, and social work support.
• Non burdensome call of 1:4
• Teaching of medical students and urology residents
• Opportunities for translational and clinical research
• Academic appointment commensurate with experience
• Experienced physicians and those directly from fellowship are welcome to apply
• Competitive compensation with attractive sign-on bonus

Area Highlights:
This world-class destination known for its uniquely rich food, music, culture and history consists of over 1 million people. Beautiful neighborhoods and excellent schools make this a wonderful city in which to live and raise a family.

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Type: Urology

Subspecialty: Pediatric Urology

Position #: 3649

State: Louisiana

Characteristics: Access to large metropolitan area, Diverse community, Excellent schools nearby, Excellent work/life balance, Near lakes and gorgeous natural areas, Research support available, Teaching encouraged


Neurosurgery :

Chief of Neurosurgery in Picturesque Northeast City

A terrific Healthcare System in the Northeast is seeking an experienced, board-certified Neurosurgeon to lead its Department of Neurosurgery and provide leadership to the Neuroscience Service Line.

The Neurosurgery practice is a high functioning department performing 1,500+ cases/year with excellent hospital & administrative support and a wide primary and specialty care referral network spanning a 60-mile radius. The practice has 2 Neurosurgeons and is supported by three (3) Physician Assistants and two (2) Nurse Practitioners. This department provides comprehensive neurosurgery, including adult complex spine and cranial neurosurgery and is supported by neuro-endovascular, pain management/non-operative spine, general neurology, neuro critical care, and neuro-radiology services.

Clinical highlights are a main campus, that is an ACS-verified Level II trauma center with 450 beds.  It includes a mature, dedicated Neuro OR team (24/7) with block time 5 days/week, Medtronic Stealth Navigation for cranial & spine surgery, Medtronic O-Arm, in-house Intraoperative Neuro Monitoring team, 1.5T and 3T MRIs with in-house Neuro Radiology, fellowship trained Neuro Critical Care service, and bi-plane angiography lab.

There are opportunities for clinical faculty appointment and for teaching medical students from a local University Medical Center, as well as the ability to participate in clinical research. The hospital also offers an Endovascular Surgical Neuroradiology Fellowship Program.

This system is the largest healthcare system and leading private employer in the region. As a locally owned, not-for-profit, 916-bed system, it serves more than 300,000 residents in the surrounding region.

The Medical Group is a multi-specialty group medical practice consisting of over 450 practitioners. The group is affiliated with the healthcare system, the community’s regional leader in healthcare. The physicians and advanced practice providers encompass a number of medical and surgical specialties at locations throughout several local counties.

Responsibilities:
• This position will report to the President/CEO of the Healthcare System
• Provides leadership in planning, execution, and delivery of Neuroscience care delivery
• Direct and oversee all clinical, operational, and financial management in the Department
• Lead recruitment and hiring of additional Neurosurgeons and advanced practice providers to provide comprehensive Neurosurgical services
• Develop and implement quality assurance & performance improvement plans
• Identification of technology that enhances quality and provides new services

Qualifications:
• Doctorate degree in Medicine, residency trained in Neurosurgery required; fellowship training preferred
• ABNS Board Certified
• Licensed or qualified for licensure to practice medicine in the state
• Strong clinical and leadership skills
• Demonstrated previous leadership experience preferred

Highlights:
• Competitive compensation package will be offered based on training and experience. Package will include base salary, separate call pay, signing bonus, administrative stipend, and productivity incentives
• A variety of sub-specialty interests can be supported including neurovascular, spine, neurosurgical oncology, skull base, and neurotrauma
• Position will include protected administrative time
• Very friendly, personable organization, family and mission-oriented
• Strong internal referral network including primary care physicians and specialists
• System-wide Epic EMR
• Block OR time
• No orthopedic spine surgery competition within system
• Academic affiliation offering a faculty appointment, medical student teaching, and clinical research opportunities

Located in a picturesque town in the Northeast, it is home to many companies, several colleges and universities and a host of cultural opportunities including an Orchestra, Opera, museums, parks, hike/bike trails and golf courses and a reasonable drive to Manhattan!

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Type: Neurosurgery

Subspecialty: Cerebrovascular, Endovascular, General Neurosurgery, Neurosurgical Oncology/Skull Base, Spine, Trauma

Position #: 3656

State: New York

Characteristics: Leadership role available, Mountains nearby


Urology :

Urology Opportunity in Sunny California!

Due to increased patient demand in the community, a multi-specialty group of 30 physicians and 3 urologists is eager to add additional urologists. For an experienced urologist, the ramp-up period is expected to be short and can provide immediate volume. Physicians coming out of residency/fellowship would be welcome as the practice is excited to provide mentorship. The practice has 3 da Vinci xi robots, though robotic experience/interest is not mandatory.

Facility Highlights:
• 465-bed tertiary acute care hospital
• Designations: Level II ER, Stroke and Cardiac center
• A modern Medical Office Building/complex adjacent to the hospital
• State-of-the-art 18 room OR with 2 heart rooms plus OB
• All medical specialties represented
• Extensive staff of over 2200 members


Position Highlights:
• Opportunity for general urologists as well as subspecialists, particularly those with robotic interests
• Join 3 other urologists, grow to 4 or 5 urologists
• Hospital has three da Vinci xi robots
• Call, shared with another practice, will be 1:6
• Residents and fellows welcome, excellent mentorship provided
• H1B visa holders are welcome
• Competitive compensation package

Location Highlights:
Located in the central valley of California, this city of 220k people has an abundance of natural beauty and recreational opportunities, as well as amazing farm fresh food. It is home to the largest privately owned winery in the world, and has grown into an art loving community, with large scale public murals, outdoor dining, handmade craft fairs and regular outdoor concerts. The proximity to Yosemite National Park, Ski Resorts, Sonoma Wine Country, San Francisco Bay Area and several Coastal towns, are all within a couple of hour’s drive. This is a playground for foodies looking to tease their palate with multi-ethnic dining. From the world-class Center for the Arts, to live music and exciting night life, or to being recognized as one of the best places in the United States for outdoor natural aspects of attractiveness, it truly has something for everyone.

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Type: Urology

Subspecialty: Endourology, Female Pelvic Medicine and Reconstructive Surgery, General Urology, Genitourinary Reconstructive Urology, Male Infertility/Andrology, Urologic Oncology, Sexual Medicine

Position #: 3657

State: California


Urology :

Academic Urologic Oncology Opportunity in Large Midwest City

A large Midwestern academic program is excited to welcome an additional urologic oncologist to join their growing department. This is an exciting opportunity to join a collegial team of three urologic oncologists and one oncology-dedicated APP, focused on delivering the highest quality patient care.

Hospital and Department Highlights:
• Main campus academic medical center and Level 1 trauma center
• Join Department of 19 urologists and 8 PAs & NPs
• ACGME accredited urology residency program with 3 urology residents per year

Position Highlights:
• Academic urologic oncology faculty appointment with potentially 100% urologic oncology volume
• Clinical research opportunities
• 3 Urologic oncologists in the department with 1 oncology-dedicated APP
• Non burdensome call of 1:10 with residents taking first call
• Urologist will work with, teach and support urology residents with research
• Committed to collegiality, diversity, equity and inclusion
• H-1B visa supported

With a county-wide population of nearly a million, this major Midwest city offers the best of everything you'd expect to find in a large metropolitan area while retaining a hometown feel. Sophisticated, scenic, affordable, and event-filled, it has an impressive array of public and private schools, prestigious universities, lovely family-friendly neighborhoods, and a vibrant downtown life. For the sports enthusiast, three major professional teams are located here as well as indoor soccer and intercollegiate athletics. Live next to gorgeous lakes and natural areas while having an international airport close by. Residents enjoy many outdoor activities such as boating, fishing, sailing, hiking, golfing, bike riding, and walking along a lakefront.

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Type: Urology

Subspecialty: Urologic Oncology

Position #: 3658

State: Wisconsin

Characteristics: Access to large metropolitan area, Near lakes and gorgeous natural areas, No or low trauma call, Research support available, Teaching encouraged, Well organized and managed practice, Low cost of living area


Neurosurgery :

Busy Practice in Beautiful Area with Four Season Outdoor Recreation, On the Lake, Seeking Neurosurgeon!

Do you love nature? A very large tertiary hospital with an “A” Leapfrog Hospital Safety Grade is seeking a general neurosurgeon, due to the upcoming retirement of a neurosurgeon in 2023 in a beautiful area with year-round outdoor recreation. The new neurosurgeon will join three fantastic neurosurgeons and walk into immediate volume. In practice neurosurgeons and trainees are invited to apply.

The hospital is a brand-new, private, level II trauma, specialty care hospital with state-of-the-art equipment for neuro-vascular, neurosurgical oncology and general neurosurgery cases. It receives patients from 15 counties in the state and provides care in 65 specialties and subspecialties.

Practice Highlights:
- APPs take first call; neurosurgeons generally go in at night once a month
- 1:3 for general call
- 80% spine: 20% cranial for general neurosurgeon
- Block OR time
- Outreach clinic 2-4x/month
- Equipment includes Stealth Navigation, Variant TrueBeam Linear Accelerator, O-Arm, C-Arm, Biplane GE
- Opportunities for clinical research

About the Region
Located on the magnificent shoreline of Lake Superior, every season abounds with outdoor opportunities. Go fishing, mountain biking, hiking, kayaking or sailing in the summer, and in the winter, enjoy skiing and snowboarding within call radius and even ice climbing, snowshoeing, snowmobiling, and dog sledding. Home to universities, the community is infused with energy, opportunity, art, music and theater events. Families value that it’s a safe community for raising children with good public and private schools.

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Type: Neurosurgery

Subspecialty: General Neurosurgery, Spine, Trauma

Position #: 3659

State: Michigan

Characteristics: Excellent schools nearby, Near lakes and gorgeous natural areas


Neurosurgery :

Hospital with Stable Nursing and OR Team Offering Competitive Compensation for Position with Work/Life Balance

A tertiary care center in the Midwest is recruiting 2 general neurosurgeons. This 327-bed hospital features state-of-the-art equipment. Although it is a level II trauma center, the trauma burden is minimal. The administration is passionate about patient care and very supportive of the physicians, which makes the hospital a great environment to practice. Physicians and patients alike benefit from a stable OR team who have been there for 20 years+ and have minimal nurse turnover. The new neurosurgeon will join an experienced neurosurgeon that is eager to mentor new grads. New grads and experienced candidates are both invited to apply. This hospital offers a great work life balance.

The hospital system is an integrated health system of three hospitals and is the largest and most advanced center in a 100-mile radius. They offer a Level II trauma center for the region with state-of-the-art facilities, and it serves as a Primary Stroke Center. The hospital is a not-for-profit, independent hospital that has received the A Leapfrog Hospital Safety Grade as of Spring 2022 and has been recognized by the U.S. News & World Report as a Best Regional Hospital.

Practice Benefits:
• patients are largely screened by the NP
• Call is 1:3 and is not burdensome. The neurosurgeons receive 0-2 calls/night and go in 1-2x/year at night
• Competitive compensation not based on wRVUs
• Neurosurgeons will see 150-200 cases/year
• Marketing support for new hire
• Equipment includes an O arm, new Mazor robot, updated Stealth navigation
• Visa support is available

Area Highlights:
• Located on the eastern bank of the Mississippi River atop stunning limestone bluffs, this historic and charming town offers natural and architectural beauty coupled with a safe and vibrant community with many opportunities for culture and recreation. Take in a minor league baseball game, a concert series, blues festival, a lecture at the local college, or a play at the theater on any given weekend. Families will appreciate the outstanding public school system with many new facilities along with private options as well. Forbes magazine has recognized this community as one of the “best small cities to raise a family”. Two hours from St. Louis.

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Type: Neurosurgery

Subspecialty: General Neurosurgery, Spine

Position #: 3664

State: Illinois

Characteristics: Above market compensation package, Excellent schools nearby, Excellent work/life balance, Visa support available


Neurology :

Partnership Track Available with Private Neurosciences Group near Boston

A very well-established multi-specialty clinic in New England is seeking a neurologist to join their sophisticated group and expand into the Nashua, NH region. Subspecialty interests are welcome in the context of a general neurology practice. This clinic is one of the largest neuroscience medical groups in the eastern United States, employing over thirty physicians covering several specialties including neurosurgery, orthopedic spine, neurology, PM&R, Pain, Rheumatology & Neuro-Behavioral Medicine.

• Established multi-specialty clinic offers strong internal referral network
• Step into immediate volume
• Inpatient/Outpatient hybrid position
• Capture the patient volume and develop sub-specialty practice over time, within an already well-established group
• Q7 call schedule with supportive hospitalist group admitting patients and taking the first call
• PACs system available, reads can be completed from home
• Catchment area of 650,000 residents
• Partnership track available
• Collegial practice with terrific hospital support
• Very competitive compensation package

Located in beautiful New England, this community is close to the action but away from the crowd. A short drive to the shore offers proximity to boating, swimming, and other outdoor recreational activities. Skiing and winter recreation just north! Great public and private schooling options and an abundance of cultural activities make this city a great place to live and raise a family.

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Type: Neurology

Subspecialty: Clinical Neurophysiology (EEG or EMG), Concussion/Sports, Epilepsy, General Neurology, Headache, Movement Disorders, Neurodegenerative (Alzheimer/Cognitive), Neuromuscular, Sleep, Alzheimer's Disease/Dementia, EMG, EEG

Position #: 3665

State: Massachusetts

Characteristics: No or low trauma call, Particularly patient focused, Visa support available, Well organized and managed practice


Neurology :

IONM Faculty Opportunity at PA University Main Campus

The Department of Neurological Surgery at a well-known university medical center in Pennsylvania is seeking a Neurophysiologist specializing in Intraoperative Neuromonitoring (IONM) to join their academic main campus team. Neurophysiologists with EEG, EMG, Epilepsy or Neuromuscular medicine interests would be supported and trained to provide intraoperative monitoring at hospitals both in-person as well as through telemedicine.

Position Highlights:
- Join collegial and supportive team of 5 full-time IONM specialists
- Practice IONM exclusively
- Transitional training in IONM available
- Flexible and supportive work environment
- Shared call rotation with most call taken from home
- Superior support infrastructure
- Teaching opportunities
- Competitive Compensation

Known for its medical and technological excellence, this beautiful mid-sized city has a catchment area of 2 million people and something for everyone -- from professional sports teams, outdoor recreational activities, extraordinary dining options to high-end retail shopping. With an abundance of artistic, cultural, and educational opportunities, this city is a great place to call home.

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Type: Neurology

Subspecialty: Child Neurology, Clinical Neurophysiology (EEG or EMG), Epilepsy, Neuromuscular, EMG, EEG

Position #: 3668

State: Pennsylvania


Neurosurgery :

Successful Tennessee group recruiting a general neurosurgeon to join its large successful group - no state income tax!

A very well-run and large neurosurgery practice in Tennessee is seeking a BE/BC general neurosurgeon to join its collegial group. Someone with deformity interests would be welcome as they have plenty of these cases. Their team of neurosurgeons provide a broad spectrum of neurosurgical services to people of all ages who have diseases or injuries of the brain and spine. This is the only private neurosurgery practice in this market. They are recruiting to replace an upcoming retirement in April 2023, with two more pending retirements in the next couple of years.

The group also employs two physiatrists and has a well-established practice manager. This is a very well-managed and collegial practice, and they are excited to welcome someone who is a team player.

The group currently admits to two area hospitals and one children's hospital. All hospitals are equipped with resources including an MRI, CT, Stealth navigation, Cyber-knife, O-Arm and C-Arm. Pediatric cases are seen for call only and are transferred to the pediatric neurosurgeon in the am.

Practice Highlights:
• Highly supportive team with mentorship available
• Catchment area of 2.5 million
• Call schedule of 1 in 7 with PAs taking first call
• Each physician has a PA and the group also has 4 PAs that work for the group and help with consults/rounds
• OR block time
• Non-burdensome 1:7 call schedule. Mid-levels take first call and neurosurgeons have the ability to view scans from home with call being consultative in nature
• Track to full partnership once board certified with no buy-in to practice or ancillaries
• Hospital sponsored income guarantee for first year with ancillary opportunities once partner and call pay
• ASC currently being designed with plans to start building this December, new partner will have buy-in opportunity

This town combines the perfect level of small-town charm with big city fun. Surrounded by unsurpassed natural beauty and filled with great places to go, this vibrant region has something for everyone. A variety of museums and galleries, live music clubs, annual festivals, an art district, and opera and symphonies are just a few of the popular attractions. Four distinct seasons allow for a variety of year-round recreational activity. Residents of this city enjoy a cost of living 6.6% below the national average, as well as zero state income tax. Complete with a number of fabulous public and private school options, this is the perfect place to call home.

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Type: Neurosurgery

Subspecialty: General Neurosurgery

Position #: 3669

State: Tennessee

Characteristics: Mountains nearby, Well organized and managed practice, No/Low state income tax


Neurosurgery :

Fast-Growing Academic Medical Center in Northeast

A comprehensive and growing neuroscience program in Pennsylvania is seeking an ABNS BC/BE, Dual trained Cerebrovascular/Endovascular Neurosurgeon to join the comprehensive stroke center team.

This is an academic position at a teaching hospital with an opportunity to work with medical students, neurosurgery residents and cerebrovascular/endovascular fellows and enjoy tremendous collaborative research potential, benefit from significant volumes and join a health system seeking to house 3 of only 150 Comprehensive Stroke Centers in the entire country.

Medical Center Highlights:
*Comprehensive capabilities, certified as a primary stroke center with plans to seek comprehensive stroke center designation in Spring 2019
*Level II Trauma Center that is the only trauma center in the county
*Dedicated neurocritical care area in a state-of-the-art Critical Care Building linked with eICU
*ICU recently received a silver-level Beacon Award for Excellence from the American Association of Critical-Care Nurses (AACN).
*County’s only Neonatal ICU
*Advanced Cancer Center offering clinical trials and genetic testing that is home to the region’s largest team of fellowship trained cancer specialists
*Sophisticated stroke care capabilities with a Rapid Response Stroke Team and advanced diagnostic tools
*Region’s Only Dedicated Heart Hospital with an accredited Chest Pain Center and a Level I Heart Attack Program

Practice Highlights:
*Comprehensive neurovascular capabilities in 2 campuses serving a large catchment area of 3.7M population and a core of 2.4M with high penetration
*Two Neuro Bi-plane endovascular suites, one is a dedicated hybrid neurovascular operating room
*Dedicated neurocritical ICU area
*Large cerebrovascular/endovascular group offers tremendous flexibility and opportunity for backup *Opportunity to be faculty in a CAST-approved Neuroendovascular fellowship program
*Opportunity to be core faculty in an ACGME-approved neurosurgical residency program
*Academic faculty appointment through the School of Medicine. Appointments will be commensurate with experience and track record.
*Flexibility to pursue any additional subspecialty interests and enjoy the support of mentorship in any area of neurosurgery
*Opportunity for significant collaborative research opportunities in the areas of genomics, predictive and precision medicine, outcome and healthcare delivery re-engineering

Located in a beautiful Mid Atlantic region with proximity to mountains, forests, lakes and streams, this practice offers an active rural alternative to crowded metropolitan living. It also offers a charming city frequented by nearby college students, three highly rated high schools, a popular downtown area with movie theatres, locally-owned and nationally recognized restaurants, a major bookstore and active enhancement projects including the development of downtown living. Residents can choose to live in historic corridors or new developments. They have easy access to highways and airports and are within easy driving distance to major cities and mountain resorts.

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Type: Neurosurgery

Subspecialty: Endovascular

Position #: 3673

State: Pennsylvania


APP :

Exciting Neurological PA/NP Opportunity in Southern California

A private practice in Southern California is looking for an experienced Neurological Physician Assistant or Nurse Practitioner. The team includes two highly trained neurologists who focus on sleep medicine and general neurology. Become part of team that uses the latest medical technology and provides the highest quality care.

Practice Highlights:
• Outpatient Opportunity
• No Call
• Monday – Friday Schedule
• Excellent Compensation

Location:
This beautiful location in CA is located on the western edge of the Coachella Valley, within the Colorado Desert. It’s an easy two-hour drive to both Los Angeles and San Diego. The city is surrounded by stunning majestic mountain views, sparkling pools, and starry nights and is an oasis for outdoor adventure, arts and culture, gaming, and entertainment.

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Type: APP

Subspecialty: NP/PA - Neurology

Position #: 3681

State: California

Characteristics: Excellent work/life balance, Mountains nearby, Well organized and managed practice


Urology :

Urology Opportunity in Central North Carolina!

A robust urology practice in central North Carolina is excited to welcome additional urologists to their busy practice. This group recently acquired two urology health centers and are in the process of rebuilding their urology practice to meet the needs of the community.

Facility Highlights:
• Part of North Carolina’s 8th largest health system
• 150-beds at main hospital campus
• Specializes in surgeries, cancer treatment, and heart care
• State-of-the-art medical care for common and complex urologic conditions
• Serves and receives referrals within a seven-county region

Position Highlights:
• Incoming urologist will join 3 other urologists and 2 APPs; Growth plans include 6-10 urologists
• Opportunity for general urologists as well as subspecialists
• J1 Visa holders can be accommodated
• Incoming urologists will have immediate volume
• Call is 7 nights per month; Shared with military urologists
• Future plans to develop residency program; Teaching may be an option for those interested
• Potential leadership opportunities in the future
• Competitive compensation – Base salary + uncapped RVUs and quality incentive
• Includes relocation, sign-on bonus, and potential stipend eligibility for residents/fellows

Location Highlights:
Centrally located in North Carolina, this city is a great place for families. This thriving community offers a low cost of living and a revitalized downtown area complete with great retail shops, and dining establishments. Museums, historic sites, local breweries are also among the plethora of attractions. Sports fans can enjoy cheering on the local minor league baseball team in their $40+ million-dollar stadium. For those who love the mountains or the beach, these amenities are just a car ride away.

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Type: Urology

Subspecialty: Endourology, Female Pelvic Medicine and Reconstructive Surgery, General Urology, Genitourinary Reconstructive Urology, Male Infertility/Andrology, Urologic Oncology, Sexual Medicine, Transplantation and Renal Surgery

Position #: 3682

State: North Carolina


Neurosurgery :

Multi-specialty Group in Illinois Seeking Cranial focused and General Neurosurgeon

A premier multi-specialty private practice in the Midwest is seeking two neurosurgeons, a cranial focused neurosurgeon and a general neurosurgeon. There are significant regional neurosurgery needs that are not being met and the new neurosurgeon will be able to build an elective practice as well as support the hospital’s neurosurgery trauma needs. Interests in MIS and trauma will be well supported. Their current neurosurgeon plans to retire summer 2023.

About the practice:
This practice is the dominant provider of orthopedic surgery care in the region with 46 physicians that includes orthopedic surgeons, PM&R spine specialists, podiatrists, rheumatologists and rehabilitation specialists. In addition, the neurosurgeon will join a well-established brain and spine team along with 2 experienced PM&R physicians. They have offices in multiple locations and has an advanced ambulatory surgery center along with experienced Physician Assistants and Nurse Practitioners that support the practice in ambulatory & inpatient settings. The group is well established and has 70-80% of the orthopedic market share. They are passionate about supporting their physicians and prides itself on patient satisfaction.

About the hospital:
This is a thirteen-hospital system in Illinois. The hospital is a 254 bed Level I trauma center with approximately 1200 admissions per year. The Neuro ICU has 17 beds. The hospital has the best payor mix in the city.

Practice Highlights:
• 150+ cases to start, 300+ long term
• Cranial focused position will see 40% cranial: 60% spine case mix
• General neurosurgery position is 80% spine, 20% cranial case mix
• Equipment includes Stealth Navigation, Zeiss microscopes, C-Arm
• Call is 1:3; APPs take first call
• Supportive Hospitalists are well established
• Faculty appointment may be available
• Research opportunities exist
• 2 year partnership track
• Ancillary income opportunities

This a community where you can enjoy the benefits of a small town in a big way. It is home to 147,000 people and is 90 minutes from one of the biggest cities in the country, and an hour to another major metropolitan city. This city offers many cultural activities such as a symphony orchestra and traveling cultural performances. Residents enjoy affordable housing, a scenic riverfront with water based activities, an excellent park system and a wide variety of golf courses. The community has private, parochial and public schools and the public school system has a gifted program that is very highly rated. The city offers terrific restaurants and shopping venues with all of the normal retail chains. An easy drive to one of the biggest cities in the country (85 miles away) offers major sporting events, world class dining and shopping, an abundance of cultural opportunities & proximity to a major international airport.

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Type: Neurosurgery

Subspecialty: General Neurosurgery, Neurosurgical Oncology/Skull Base, Spine, Trauma

Position #: 3685

State: Illinois


Neurology :

Subspecialists and Generalists needed in Beautiful Coastal California!

A growing health system along the Northern California coast is excited to welcome a new Neurologist to join their collegial and collaborative team of 3 just south of San Jose. A variety of subspecialty interests can be well supported and all are welcome to apply. The program is very committed to work/life balance and supporting their providers with flexibility around daily schedules and how you choose to organize your own clinic.

Position Highlights:
• Primary Stroke Center
• General Neurology position with opportunity to sub-specialize
• Majority EMG/Neuromuscular, Sleep, or Headache-focused roles would be excellent additions
• Those with MS and Movement Disorders interests could also be well supported
• Current team members specialize in Stroke, Sleep, and Epilepsy
• Non-burdensome 1:4 call, taken 1-week at a time Monday-Monday; avg. 2-4 consults per day
• Hospital rounding during the day, call until 11pm, and then tele-coverage is provided during the night
• The robust hospitalist group is very capable and collaborative, only requiring occasional recommendations from Neurology
• Ongoing research and collaboration with UCSF and Stanford
• Teaching opportunities with UCSF, Toro University, and local PA students
• Very competitive salary with productivity bonus and sign-on bonus

Location Highlights:
This diverse and picturesque community is located only minutes away from the California coast, south of San Jose and the San Francisco bay area. Enjoy an incredibly temperate climate, with summer temperatures averaging at 72 degrees. For families, the area is home to many public and private schooling options, with 10 colleges and universities within a 40 mile radius. The region is also home to a variety of golf courses, and is a world-class destination for golf enthusiasts.

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Type: Neurology

Subspecialty: Clinical Neurophysiology (EEG or EMG), General Neurology, Headache, Movement Disorders, Multiple Sclerosis/Neuro-Immunology, Neuromuscular, Sleep, Stroke, EMG

Position #: 3687

State: California

Characteristics: Above market compensation package, Access to large metropolitan area, Attractive schedule options available, Beach community, Diverse community, Excellent schools nearby, Excellent work/life balance, Near lakes and gorgeous natural areas, Research support available, Teaching encouraged


Neurology :

Pediatric neurology opportunity in Southwest Michigan

A leading healthcare system in Southwest Michigan is excited to welcome a pediatric neurologist to their comprehensive neurosciences program.
Children's Hospital:
• All-private beds: 36-bed general pediatric unit, an 8-bed PICU, and a 50-bed regional NICU
• Pediatrics/PICU ground and air transport teams
• Together, more than 25 pediatric specialists provide consultative services

Opportunity Highlights:
• Perform a full range of services within the context of a general pediatric neurology practice.
• Robust support with call provided by collaborating hospital and dedicated NP who sees patients and consults 3x week.
• Teaching opportunity with pediatric residency program, family medicine residents rotate through
• Research available for the interested candidate
• Faculty appointment available
• Collegial, multidisciplinary pediatric team that works in collaboration with our system wide specialists
• Visa support for J-1 visa holders and H-1b visa holders
• Enjoy the Kalamazoo Promise: students who graduate from the Kalamazoo Public Schools and meet the basic requirements will receive up to 100% of tuition and mandatory fees paid for at any in-state public community college or university.
https://www.kalamazoopromise.com/

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Type: Neurology

Subspecialty: Child Neurology

Position #: 3688

State: Michigan

Characteristics: Excellent schools nearby, Excellent work/life balance, Near lakes and gorgeous natural areas, Particularly patient focused, Research support available, Teaching encouraged, Visa support available, Low cost of living area


APP :

Neurosurgery NP/PA Opportunity on the Gulf Coast of Florida

A large health care system in Southwest Florida is adding a Neurosurgery Nurse Practitioner or Physician Assistant to their growing team. This hospital includes five Neurosurgeons and eight Advanced Practice Providers who work to prevent, diagnose, and treat disorders that affect any portion of the nervous system including the brain, spinal column, spinal cord, peripheral nerves, and extra-cranial cerebrovascular system. Be part of a compassionate team that provides exceptional quality care to their patients.

Practice Highlights:
• Inpatient/Outpatient Opportunity (M-F)
• First Assist in the OR
• Call Responsibility
• Competitive Salary and Benefits Package

Area Information:
In Southwest Florida, there is something for everyone. With warm weather and world-famous beaches, the area has numerous outdoor activities right at your fingertips, such as, boating, playing golf, fishing, enjoying the wildlife, beautiful walking trails, and so much more. In addition to being home to several two- and four-year colleges, the area has many highly rated public and private schooling options.

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Type: APP

Subspecialty: NP/PA - Neurosurgery

Position #: 3691

State: Florida


Neurology :

Movement Disorders and Epilepsy Leadership Positions Available at Main Campus Academic Center in New Orleans

An award-winning academic medical system in New Orleans is seeking movement disorder specialists, and epileptologists for leaders to join its growing Neuroscience Center at its main campus.

Hospital Highlights:
• Comprehensive Stroke Center
• Robust telestroke program
• Clinical Neuroscience Research Center
• Clinical Trials Unit Available
• Two new outreach clinics—with new EMG and EEG equipment
• 1500 full-time employees
• State-of-the-art equipment and facilities
• EMU

Movement Disorder Position Highlights:
• Movement Disorders Director position available
• DBS program with functional neurosurgeon
• Lead the Center for Parkinson’s Disease Excellence
• Opportunity to develop Movement Disorder fellowship
• Interest in clinical research especially welcome and well-supported
• Faculty appointment available

Epilepsy Position Highlights:
• Epilepsy Director position available
• Grow their existing EMU and expand epilepsy services
• Participate in Epilepsy surgeries
• Opportunity to develop Epilepsy fellowship
• Interest in clinical research especially welcome and well-supported
• Faculty appointment available

New Orleans is world-renowned for its distinct music, Creole cuisine, unique dialect, and its annual celebrations and festivals, most notably Mardi Gras. The historic heart of the city is the French Quarter, known for its French and Spanish Creole architecture and vibrant nightlife along Bourbon Street. The city has been described as the "most unique" in the United States, owing in large part to its cross-cultural and multilingual heritage. The metropolitan area consists of approximately 1.1 million people, making it the most populous metropolitan area in Louisiana and the 46th-most populated in the United States. Beautiful neighborhoods and excellent schools make New Orleans a wonderful city in which to live and raise a family.

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Type: Neurology

Subspecialty: Epilepsy, Movement Disorders, EEG

Position #: 3694

State: Louisiana

Characteristics: Access to large metropolitan area, Diverse community, Leadership role available, Research support available, Teaching encouraged, Visa support available


Neurology :

General Neurology Opportunity with Academically Affiliated New Orleans' Clinics

An award-winning academic medical system in New Orleans is seeking general neurologists for their outpatient clinics in the suburbs.

Program Highlights:
• Comprehensive Stroke Center
• Robust telestroke program
• Clinical Neuroscience Research Center
• Clinical Trials Unit Available
• Two new outreach clinics—with new EMG and EEG equipment
• 1500 full-time employees
• State-of-the-art equipment and facilities
• EMU

General Neurology Position Highlights:
• General neurology opportunity at outpatient clinics in New Orleans suburbs
• 100% outpatient, no call position available (can also support inpatient interests as needed)
• Support for subspecialty volume within the context of a general neurology practice especially for headache neurology, memory disorders and clinical neurophysiology (EEG/EMG)
• Interest in clinical research especially welcome and well-supported
• Faculty position available
• J-1 visa waiver support available
• Highly supportive administration

New Orleans is world-renowned for its distinct music, Creole cuisine, unique dialect, and its annual celebrations and festivals, most notably Mardi Gras. The historic heart of the city is the French Quarter, known for its French and Spanish Creole architecture and vibrant nightlife along Bourbon Street. The city has been described as the "most unique" in the United States, owing in large part to its cross-cultural and multilingual heritage. The metropolitan area consists of approximately 1.1 million people, making it the most populous metropolitan area in Louisiana and the 46th-most populated in the United States. Beautiful neighborhoods and excellent schools make New Orleans a wonderful city in which to live and raise a family.

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Type: Neurology

Subspecialty: Clinical Neurophysiology (EEG or EMG), General Neurology, Headache, Neurodegenerative (Alzheimer/Cognitive), EMG, EEG

Position #: 3694

State: Louisiana

Characteristics: Access to large metropolitan area, Diverse community, Leadership role available, Research support available, Teaching encouraged, Visa support available


Neurosurgery :

Academic Pediatric Neurosurgeon in Northeast

An academic medical center in the Northeast is hiring a pediatric fellowship trained neurosurgeon to join their collaborative team. Interests in pediatric epilepsy, pediatric neurosurgical oncology and general pediatric neurosurgery as well as a mixed pediatric and adult practice are all welcome. The successful candidate will work closely with the current head of pediatric neurosurgery as well as other faculty members within the Department. Basic science, clinical and translational research are all very well-supported and collaborative opportunities are available. New grads and experienced candidates are welcome to apply. Mentorship will be available for new grads and leadership opportunities may exist for those with experience.

This is a terrific opportunity to walk into a very busy practice that continues to grow through strategic affiliations with regional healthcare systems. The hallmarks of this neurosurgery program are the collaborative relationships among faculty members and the coordination of neurosurgical services throughout the community and the region. Candidates will find a tremendous level of cooperation and support by neurosurgical colleagues, and a lack of competition from local neurosurgeons.

About the University:
This University ranks in the top 25% in research funding, with more than $145 million in federal research funding. Research in the clinical and basic neurosciences constitute contributes the most to the University’s extramural research funding portfolio. The Department of Neurology and the Neuroscience Institute offer many collaborative opportunities in the research and clinical domains. The University Medical Center was one of the first 12 to receive a $40 million Clinical Translational Science Award from the National Institutes of Health. The hospital boasts programs that consistently rank among 'America's Best Hospitals,' according to U.S. News & World Report. Patients benefit from the Medical Center’s robust teaching and biomedical research programs.

Highlights Include:
• New $5.5M 5,500 square foot dedicated Neuro-ICU with 12 beds staffed by neurointensivists, neurologists and a number of other specialties
• Planned expansion of the Neuro - ICU to 24 beds
• Block OR time available
• First year volume of 100+ pediatric cases with opportunity to grow over time
• Adult epilepsy cases and other specialties also available if desired
• Hospital employs three pediatric and 7 adult epileptologists
• Beautiful new Children’s Hospital built in last 5 years
• State-of-the-art Cancer Institute
• Research collaborations as well as protected time for research available
• Neurosurgery Resident teaching
• Competitive compensation package and strong demonstrated bonus potential
• Very reasonable malpractice climate
• Highly collegial group dedicated to team success
• Well-established patient draw area, supported by numerous regional clinics

Located in a community that has the sophistication of a larger metro area, without the congestion or complications of a big city. Named 'Best Small City' in America by Money Magazine, this city combines a cosmopolitan atmosphere with Midwestern hospitality. This city offers a terrific culinary scene includes wide-ranging, diverse ethnic flavors and many traditions in American fare. The city’s very talented chefs take advantage of the region's fresh produce. The city also offers fantastic shopping, historic settings, theatres, museums and a wide array of recreational opportunities.

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Type: Neurosurgery

Subspecialty: Pediatric Neurosurgery

Position #: 3696

State: New York


Neurology :

Interventional Pain Neurology Faculty Opportunity at Award-Winning Pain Program!

An excellent academic medical center in the northeast is seeking an Interventional Pain Neurologist to join their regional multi-specialty neuromedicine team (Neurology, Neurosurgery, Pain Management). Be a part of a nationally- recognized program which is focused on the treatment of chronic pain in the setting of spinal disorders and neurological disease. The newly hired candidate will partner with a world-renowned leader in the field of Pain Medicine at a Pain Program that was awarded the American Pain Society Center of Excellence Award!

The program’s national and regional leadership owe to its integrated, outcomes driven approach to pain management delivered in close collaboration with eleven academic neurosurgeons supported by an extensive network of regional outreach clinics. The current team brings together clinicians from backgrounds in Neurology, Physical Therapy, Anesthesiology, and Nursing along with affiliate providers in pain psychology and rehabilitation specialties. There are presently nine investigator-initiated device and drug clinical trials focusing on chronic neuropathic pain and spinal disorders. A successful candidate will have the opportunity to pursue clinical research goals as well as practice with team of experienced clinicians.

About the University:
This University ranks in the top 25% in research funding, with more than $145 million in federal research funding. Research in the clinical and basic neurosciences constitute contributes the most to the University’s extramural research funding portfolio. The Department of Neurology and the Neuroscience Institute offer many collaborative opportunities in the research and clinical domains. The University Medical Center was one of the first 12 to receive a $40 million Clinical Translational Science Award from the National Institutes of Health. The hospital boasts programs that consistently rank among "America's Best Hospitals," according to U.S. News & World Report. Patients benefit from the Medical Center’s robust teaching and biomedical research programs.

PRACTICE HIGHLIGHTS:
• Interventional Pain neurology position with a well-established and busy practice
• New grads and experienced candidates are welcome to apply
• Opportunities to pursue clinical research goals
• Support from dedicated NP
• Very competitive salary guarantee with enhanced incentive and benefit package
• Provide direct patient care and oversight of patient care diagnosis and treatment plans for patients referred into the Pain Management Department
• Develop outpatient functional assessments of pain issues including acute and chronic pain, headaches, post traumatic neuralgia, musculoskeletal problems such as back and neck pain, radiculopathies, tendonitis, osteoarthritis, neuropathies, spasticity, and fibromyalgia
• Collaborate in a multi-disciplinary setting with physical therapy, pain psychology, addition medicine, and other nonpharmacological approaches

Located in a community that has the sophistication of a larger metro area, without the congestion or complications of a big city. Named "Best Small City" in America by Money Magazine, this city combines a cosmopolitan atmosphere with Midwestern hospitality. This city offers a terrific culinary scene includes wide-ranging, diverse ethnic flavors and many traditions in American fare. The city’s very talented chefs take advantage of the region's fresh produce. The city also offers fantastic shopping, historic settings, theatres, museums, and a wide array of recreational opportunities.

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Type: Neurology

Subspecialty: Pain, Interventional Pain

Position #: 3697

State: New York

Characteristics: Particularly patient focused, Well organized and managed practice, Low cost of living area


Neurosurgery :

Academic Cranial/Vascular Neurosurgery Opportunity in the Metro Midwest!

An academic level I trauma center in a large metropolitan city in the Midwest is recruiting a neurosurgeon to see complex cranial cases including skull base and open vascular. Applicants that have endovascular skills in addition to complex cranial training are encouraged to apply! The department is undergoing a strategic growth and development which embraces an outstanding clinical and academic career opportunity. The neurosurgeon will practice in an integrated and collaborative department that includes neurosurgeons, spine orthopedic surgeons, neuro-intensivists and medical spine/pain providers.

The trauma center is a teaching affiliate of a university, and trains residents from local neurosurgery residency programs, spine fellows and medical students. The Department of Neurosurgery provides strong support for a diverse clinical practice, specialty focus and research interests. Clinical and bench research interests are welcome. All hospital staff hold faculty appointment at the university. Academic rank will be commensurate with qualifications and experience.

Serving as the area’s most experienced and busiest Level I trauma center, it is certified as a Comprehensive Stroke Center. It is redesigning its campus with an innovative transformation plan to exceed the ever-changing needs of our patients and community programs. This billion-dollar transformation is the largest public construction project in the region and one of the largest in the nation. By 2023, the new hospital tower will be home to 270 private rooms with additional state-of-the art facilities, population health initiatives, as well as a re-imagined community.

Position Highlights:
• Call is 1:4 for cranial call, no spine call; residents take first call
• The neurosurgeon can choose whether to see elective spine cases
• 150+ cranial cases to start
• 3 navigation systems including 2 BrainLab units, 1 Stryker unit, 1 Medtronic Stealth unit as well as BrainPath, an in-house intraoperative neuromonitoring team, two 3T MRIs
• In-house Neuro Radiology
• A dedicated Neurocritical Care Unit with 4 fellowship trained neuro intensivists, and bi-plane angiography lab.
• Team of 11 APPs
• Protected research time is available

This beautiful city with a metro area population of 2 million has many different amenities. It is home to three major league sports teams and several minor league teams, the largest theatre complex outside of New York City's Broadway, museums and a huge park system, so that sports fans, arts enthusiasts, and outdoorsy interests are all accounted for. Boasting a cost of living that is more than 20% less than the national average, this city and the surrounding suburbs are a wonderful place to raise a family. Outside of healthcare, there are booming manufacturing industries, financial services, and biomedical companies for partners and family members. Right on the coast of a lake, those who are interested in boating and lake living will feel right at home.

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Type: Neurosurgery

Subspecialty: Cerebrovascular, Endovascular, Neurosurgical Oncology/Skull Base

Position #: 3713

State: Ohio

Characteristics: Access to large metropolitan area, Diverse community, Excellent schools nearby, Teaching encouraged


Neurosurgery :

Academic Spine-Focused NS Opportunity in the Metro Midwest!

An academic level I trauma center in a large metropolitan city in the Midwest is recruiting a spine-focused neurosurgeon. The new neurosurgeon will see the full breadth of spine cases including complex instrumentation for degenerative, trauma, tumors, and scoliosis cases. The department is undergoing a strategic growth and development which embraces an outstanding clinical and academic career opportunity. The neurosurgeon will practice in an integrated and collaborative department that includes neurosurgeons, spine orthopedic surgeons, neuro-intensivists and medical spine/pain providers.

The trauma center is a teaching affiliate of a university, and trains residents from local neurosurgery residency programs, spine fellows and medical students. The Department of Neurosurgery provides strong support for a diverse clinical practice, specialty focus and research interests. Clinical and bench research interests are welcome. All hospital staff hold faculty appointment at the university. Academic rank will be commensurate with qualifications and experience.

Serving as the area’s most experienced and busiest Level I trauma center, it is certified as a Comprehensive Stroke Center. It is redesigning its campus with an innovative transformation plan to exceed the ever-changing needs of our patients and community programs. This billion-dollar transformation is the largest public construction project in the region and one of the largest in the nation. By 2023, the new hospital tower will be home to 270 private rooms with additional state-of-the art facilities, population health initiatives, as well as a re-imagined community.

Position Highlights:
• No cranial call; residents take first call
• The neurosurgeon can choose whether to see elective cranial cases
• Anticipated volume between 150-200 cases in year 1 with room to grow
• 3 navigation systems including 2 BrainLab units, 1 Stryker unit, 1 Medtronic Stealth unit as well as BrainPath, an in-house intraoperative neuromonitoring team, two 3T MRIs
• In-house Neuro Radiology
• A dedicated Neurocritical Care Unit with 4 fellowship trained neuro intensivists, and bi-plane angiography lab.
• Team of 11 APPs
• Protected research time is available

This beautiful city with a metro area population of 2 million has many different amenities. It is home to three major league sports teams and several minor league teams, the largest theatre complex outside of New York City's Broadway, museums and a huge park system, so that sports fans, arts enthusiasts, and outdoorsy interests are all accounted for. Boasting a cost of living that is more than 20% less than the national average, this city and the surrounding suburbs are a wonderful place to raise a family. Outside of healthcare, there are booming manufacturing industries, financial services, and biomedical companies for partners and family members. Right on the coast of a lake, those who are interested in boating and lake living will feel right at home.

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Type: Neurosurgery

Subspecialty: Spine

Position #: 3713

State: Ohio

Characteristics: Access to large metropolitan area, Diverse community, Excellent schools nearby, Teaching encouraged


Urology :

Exciting Urology Opportunity in Central Connecticut

A Hospital in central Connecticut is excited to welcome additional urologists to their growing practice. They are looking for a mission focused and compassionate urologist to join their practice. The opportunity would be excellent for a general urologist, though subspecialty interest can be accommodated.

Hospital/Practice Highlights:
• Large referral network is in place which accompanies instant volume
• Has a da Vinci Xi robot
• Dedicated IT support with fully integrated EMR
• OR and Surgical PA support teams are Highly Skilled
• State of the art hospital surgical suite

Position Highlights:
• Opportunities for general urologists, and subspecialty urologist
• Practice has 1 current urologist and 1 APP with plans to grow to 4 urologists quickly
• Practice has a da Vinci robot though robotics experience is not mandatory
• Non burdensome call 1:4 (current urologist is very rarely called in, opportunity to take additional call day for extra earning potential)
• Competitive compensation that includes, RVU bonus and quality incentives that can allow a physician to earn in the 75%+
• J1 & H1b Visa sponsorship available

Area: Highlights:
Located in Central Connecticut, this charming town is full of safe, family-oriented communities with excellent public and private schools. Close proximity to urban living with diverse cultural opportunities including concerts, ballet, theatre, museums and wineries. From the center of town, you can go from the downtown to unfettered wilderness in a matter of minutes to a nature preserve encompassing a large body of water, wetlands, forest and open fields.

It is an easy travel distance to Bradley International Airport along with being only about 2 hours to New York and Boston.

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Type: Urology

Subspecialty: Endourology, Female Pelvic Medicine and Reconstructive Surgery, General Urology, Male Infertility/Andrology, Urologic Oncology

Position #: 3714

State: Connecticut


Neurosurgery :

Neurovascular Neurosurgery Opportunity In California!

A tremendously supportive and collegial group in sunny CA is excited to add a neurosurgeon interested in neurovascular work to this fantastic practice. This team has a culture of collaboration and a vested interest to see the new hire succeed!

There is a tremendous opportunity to capture neurovascular cases. The new hire can expect a case mix of 75% neurovascular, 25% general neurosurgery. The hospital is a 685 bed Level I primary stroke center. Neurovascular call will be 1:4 as shared with two neurologists and one radiologist. General call will be approximately once per quarter. APP’s take first call.


The medical center has a 52 bed neuroscience unit and a 20 bed neuro-ICU. The Neurosciences Institute is a newly dedicated standalone building bringing neurology and neurosurgery together offering a multi-disciplinary approach to care. Nine neurologists are currently on staff with another six being added in by next summer!

The community is proud to have a diverse physician population, including many first-generation physicians. The team is excited to offer mentorship for trainees interested in being part of a new and well-supported program.

This city has an amazing diversity of natural beauty and recreational opportunities. It is located near national parks, and dozens of other beautiful wilderness areas. The local museums, restaurants, and festivals provide deep cultural diversity to people who live near and far. Living here has all of the amenities of living in a big city while getting to enjoy the ease of a small town. Compared to the surrounding area, it is one of the most affordable cities to purchase a home in California.

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Type: Neurosurgery

Subspecialty: Endovascular

Position #: 3715

State: California

Characteristics: Mountains nearby, Visa support available, Well organized and managed practice


Neurosurgery :

General/Spine Neurosurgeon Needed at Regional Medical Center in Centrally-Located Mid-Atlantic City; Faculty Appointments Available

Highly-Regarded Academic Medical Center in the Mid-Atlantic has an opportunity for two General Neurosurgeons at a regional medical center in a centrally-located Mid-Atlantic city. Support for both experienced neurosurgeons and new graduates is available.

The new general neurosurgeons will be employed by the regional medical center, but will also be part of the faculty at the academic institution. The hospital is hiring to backfill a retiring neurosurgeon.

* 224-bed, acute care hospital that joined academic program in 2016
* Accredited by the Commission on Accreditation of Rehabilitation Facilities
* Level 2 trauma center but call is very light
* Heart & Vascular Institute
* BrainLab Navigation, C-Arm, and O-Arm. Budgeting for new neuro equipment available.
* 24-Hour Emergency Department
* No trauma designation, mostly elective cases
* One of 750 awarded an “A” for its commitment to keeping patients safe and meeting the highest safety standards in the U.S. by the Leapfrog Group

Practice Highlights:
* Neurosurgeons work closely with a multidisciplinary team of clinical professionals, including anesthesiologists, neurologists and rehabilitation specialists
* 80/20 spine practice
* 10 days/call per month - call is very light and consultative. Rare for the neurosurgeons to come in at night, and less than 3 calls/week at night.
* Curve Image Guided Surgery
* 8 Airo Mobile Intraoperative CT
* 6 Neuro-APP's help with patient rounding, clinic, OR, and 7am to 7 pm call
* Clinical faculty appointment available

Area Highlights:
Located in proximity to Philadelphia, NYC and Baltimore, the city is situated in an area rich in outdoor recreational opportunities and offers a thriving arts & cultural scene. Residents live in an affordable city with a vibrant downtown in a scenic valley with lush waterways, offering hiking, biking, hunting and fishing. Families benefit from diverse and top-rated schools.

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Type: Neurosurgery

Subspecialty: General Neurosurgery

Position #: 3719

State: Pennsylvania


Neurosurgery :

General/Spine Neurosurgeon Needed at Regional Medical Center in Centrally-Located Mid-Atlantic City; Faculty Appointments Available

Highly-Regarded Academic Medical Center in the Mid-Atlantic has an opportunity for two General Neurosurgeons at a regional medical center in a centrally-located Mid-Atlantic city. Support for both experienced neurosurgeons and new graduates is available.

The new general neurosurgeons will be employed by the regional medical center, but will also be part of the faculty at the academic institution. The hospital is hiring to backfill a retiring neurosurgeon.

* 224-bed, acute care hospital that joined academic program in 2016
* Accredited by the Commission on Accreditation of Rehabilitation Facilities
* Level 2 trauma center but call is very light
* Heart & Vascular Institute
* BrainLab Navigation, C-Arm, and O-Arm. Budgeting for new neuro equipment available.
* 24-Hour Emergency Department
* No trauma designation, mostly elective cases
* One of 750 awarded an “A” for its commitment to keeping patients safe and meeting the highest safety standards in the U.S. by the Leapfrog Group

Practice Highlights:
* Neurosurgeons work closely with a multidisciplinary team of clinical professionals, including anesthesiologists, neurologists and rehabilitation specialists
* 80/20 spine practice
* 10 days/call per month - call is very light and consultative. Rare for the neurosurgeons to come in at night, and less than 3 calls/week at night.
* Curve Image Guided Surgery
* 8 Airo Mobile Intraoperative CT
* 6 Neuro-APP's help with patient rounding, clinic, OR, and 7am to 7 pm call
* Clinical faculty appointment available

Area Highlights:
Located in proximity to Philadelphia, NYC and Baltimore, the city is situated in an area rich in outdoor recreational opportunities and offers a thriving arts & cultural scene. Residents live in an affordable city with a vibrant downtown in a scenic valley with lush waterways, offering hiking, biking, hunting and fishing. Families benefit from diverse and top-rated schools.

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Type: Neurosurgery

Subspecialty: Spine

Position #: 3719

State: Pennsylvania


APP :

Neurosurgery NP/PA Opportunity at Leading Medical Center in West Virginia

Large Medical Center in WV is hiring a neurosurgery NP/PA to join their team. The neurosurgery practice includes four highly trained neurosurgeons that specialize in complex and minimally invasive procedures to help patients with a variety of brain and spine conditions. Be part of a supportive team environment at one of the largest healthcare facilities in the state.

Practice Highlights:
• Assist physicians in an inpatient and outpatient setting
• Obtain health histories, physical examinations and perform neurological assessments
• Prescribe drugs and order diagnostics
• Call Responsibility
• Competitive Salary and Generous Benefit Package

Area:
This city is located at the southwest corner of the state and sits on the Ohio River where West Virginia, Kentucky and Ohio all meet. This region has four distinct seasons, with very few extremely hot or cold days, which provides the opportunity to enjoy the outdoors year-round. This location is a family-friendly community, with lots of children-focused activities in the arts, as well as athletics. This area offers both public and private school options. The public schools have recently been upgraded with new structures and equipped with state-of-the-art technology, while the local Catholic high school offers many diverse educational opportunities with students of over 30 nationalities in attendance, all participating in a competitive, academic environment. Although boasting an impressive, historic downtown of its own, with many options for shopping, dining, and entertainment, it is only a short two-hour drive to Lexington, KY or Columbus and Cincinnati, OH, for those looking to get away on a day trip. This truly is an excellent place to call home.

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Type: APP

Subspecialty: NP/PA - Neurosurgery

Position #: 3739

State: West Virginia

Characteristics: Near lakes and gorgeous natural areas, Low cost of living area


APP :

Large Healthcare System in Central PA is Seeking a Neurosurgery Acute Care NP or PA

A large health system in Central Pennsylvania is recruiting a Neurosurgery Acute Care Nurse Practitioner or Physician Assistant to join their team. This level 2 trauma center provides surgical treatment for patients in need of high-quality general neurosurgery services, as well as specialized treatment for brain tumors, conditions of the spine, and cerebrovascular disease. This is an opportunity to be part of a team at one of the nation’s largest health service organizations.

Practice Highlights:
• Inpatient/Outpatient Split Schedule
• First Assist in the OR
• Minimal Call
• Competitive Salary and Benefits Package

This Pennsylvania river town is loaded with history and charm as it continues to recognize its contributions to the nation’s railroad industry during the 19th century that produced inventors and erected culturally significant architecture. These buildings now make up a well, preserved downtown and magnificent surrounding neighborhoods. The downtown offers quaint shops, a variety of dining and late-night entertainment, including American crafts and artwork. For those looking to get some exercise, there are countless covered bridges, golf courses, parks, state parks and forests, trails and local events to discover. The town has a highly rated public-school system as well as affordable housing. For those who enjoy road trips it's a scenic three-hour drive to New York City.

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Type: APP

Subspecialty: NP/PA - Neurosurgery

Position #: 3740

State: Pennsylvania


Neurosurgery :

Sophisticated Private Practice in New England Hiring Endovascular Neurosurgeon

A very well-regarded practice in New England is seeking to hire a dual vascular trained neurosurgeon to join their busy group. The new neurosurgeon will work closely with the group's two endovascular neurosurgeons and provide stroke/vascular call coverage at a well-equipped, affiliated hospital and also spend time at the main hospital.

This is a tremendous opportunity to build an endovascular/cerebrovascular stroke program in a market with a demonstrated need. In addition to vascular neurosurgery, the new neurosurgeon will supplement their clinical practice with routine spine, general neurosurgery and trauma. Vascular call schedule will be Q2-3 and very consultative. Hospital has a bi-plane angiosuite, Med/Surgical ICU staffed with intensivists, and plenty of volume. Cases include ischemic and hemorrhagic stroke, subarachnoid hemorrhage, aneurysms, and AVMs.

The practice admits to three area hospitals. The facilities offer MRI, CT, radiosurgery, BrainLab Neuro-navigation, C-Arm, and a bi-plane angiosuite.

Practice Highlights:
• No neurosurgical competition at admitting hospitals. One of the current endovascular neurosurgeons is taking 15 days of stroke call/month at the affiliated hospital.
• Very stable practice – has been around for 40 years and no one has ever left the group. Practice manager has been with group for 25 years.
• Group employs 4 full-time PA’s with plans to hire a 5th. PA's help round on patients, do consults and take daytime call for inpatient management. Norwalk Hospital has a PA residency program
• No pediatric coverage required
• Opportunities for research including clinical trial exist as well as teaching opportunities. One of the admitting hospitals is home to one of the leading surgical physician assistant residency programs in the country. Both hospitals are teaching hospitals home to several residency programs including surgery, medicine, radiology and anesthesiology.
• No local politics, excellent working relationships with hospitals and fantastic reputation in the market.
• Compensation will include a base salary plus productivity bonus. Practice has PSA with the Health System.
• Partnership track of 2 years
• Block OR time available

This very desirable community has a population of 1 million residents and is less than an hour away from NYC and 2.5 hours from Boston, giving residents a better quality of living with access to all of the culture the big cities offer. It is one of the fastest growing counties in the state and the thriving wealthy suburb has more affordable large homes with lots of land to enjoy. This family-friendly community is safe, and also has great school districts, with a variety of shopping and restaurants, for an easy and enjoyable lifestyle.

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Type: Neurosurgery

Subspecialty: Endovascular

Position #: 3751

State: Connecticut


Neurosurgery :

General Neurosurgeon at Academic-Affiliated Hospital in Mid-Atlantic

An academic-affiliated hospital in the Mid-Atlantic is interested in hiring a general neurosurgeon to join their growing program. Hospital is an 805-bed Level 1 trauma center. It's affiliation Our membership brings together the strengths of a world-renowned, not-for-profit academic medical center and a nationally recognized, not-for-profit community healthcare system.

Outpatient services are provided at the Downtown Outpatient and Suburban Outpatient Pavilions, along with additional outpatient centers, Express, and Urgent Care locations throughout the region. The Physicians Group is a network of more than 300 primary care and specialty physicians, at more than 40 offices throughout the region.

Physicians provide a coordinated and holistic approach to care through our patient centered medical home model. They believe that care must incorporate all needs of the patient. This includes medically necessary before and after care services, as well as access to socio-economic resources in the community, to ensure their well-being as the ultimate path to recovery. This approach allows the physicians the opportunity to participate in clinical and organizational improvement huddles, committees and other initiatives, providing opportunities to innovate within their own practices as well as the overarching health system.

The NeuroScience & Spine Associates provide comprehensive non-surgical and surgical care for disease or injury affecting the head, neck and back. Join its neurosurgery practice consisting of six neurosurgeons, two interventional physiatrists who practice as part of a five-physician service line and six advanced practice clinicians all collaboratively working to provide treatment and quality patient care. The practice’s neurosurgeons are highly trained and have extensive experience in neck, spine and brain disorders including brain tumors. The neurosurgeons operate on the central, peripheral, and autonomous nervous systems and treat disorders and diseases of the brain, head and spinal cord; as well as associated nerves, muscles, and blood vessels. Become an integral part of an elite group of neurosurgeons providing comprehensive surgical care for disease or injury of spinal and neurological conditions.

• Must be a graduate of an accredited School of Medicine (Allopathic/Osteopathic)
• Completion of an accredited Neurosurgery residency and/or fellowship
• Possess or able to obtain an unrestricted state Medical License
• Board Certified or Board Eligible

The System's benefits:
• 100% Tuition Assistance at The State College of Health Sciences
• Paid Time Off and Paid Holidays
• Shift, Weekend and On-Call Differentials
• Health, Dental and Vision Coverage
• Short-Term and Long-Term Disability
• Retirement Savings Account with Company Matching
• Child Care Subsidies
• Onsite Gym and Fitness Classes

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Type: Neurosurgery

Subspecialty: General Neurosurgery, Spine

Position #: 3752

State: Pennsylvania


APP :

Neurosurgical PA Needed for a Private Practice in Oregon

A private practice in Oregon has a Neurosurgical Physician Assistant opportunity available. This growing neurosurgery team includes five highly trained neurosurgeons and three PAs. This is a great opportunity to become a part of a team that provides the highest standard of care in a community setting.

Highlights:
• Inpatient/Outpatient Opportunity
• First Assist in the OR
• Call Responsibility
• M-F Schedule
• Competitive Salary and Benefit Package

Area:
Located in the Pacific Northwest, this small city has a friendly, small-town feel. Its proximity to the ocean beaches to the west and the Cascade mountains to the east make its location ideal for those looking for an active, outdoor lifestyle. Living options range from well established, historic neighborhoods to urban living, thanks to downtown revitalization. With an award-winning school system, abundant parks and recreational activities, mild climate, affordable living, and moderate pace of life, this location is a great place to set down roots.

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Type: APP

Subspecialty: PA - Neurosurgery

Position #: 3760

State: Oregon

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