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.
• 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
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Access to large metropolitan area
Excellent schools nearby
Leadership role available
No or low trauma call
|Subspecialty: Clinical Neurophysiology (EEG or EMG), General Neurology, Neurohospitalist, Sleep, EMG, EEG|
|Compensation: Contact for Details (216-906-8188)|