Neurosciences Chief Opportunity at Specialized Hospital in CT

A non-profit hospital located in central Connecticut is excited to welcome a new Chief of Neurosciences to their growing program. A neuromuscular-trained neurologist is of particular interest, as the program boasts a well-established Neuromuscular Center and clinical team. The Center has a dedicated Neuromuscular Research and Clinical Trials program and is one of 54 national sites partnering on the Healey ALS Clinical Trials Program. The new neuromuscular specialist will provide leadership to the center's programs and personnel, and develop service models of care and advocate for neuromuscular patients. Join 4 current providers in the neurosciences program.

Hospital Highlights:
• 228-Bed LTAC Hospital
• Dedicated Neuromuscular Center, Parkinson’s Disease and Movement Disorder Center, and Center for Cognitive Health
• AANEM Exemplary Status Accredited EMG & Peripheral Nerve Evaluation Laboratory
• ALS Association Certified ALS Treatment Center of Excellence

Chief of Neurosciences Highlights:
• Preferential emphasis on neuromuscular training and interests
• Reporting directly to CMO
• 75% clinical, 25% administrative workload, with flexibility for adjustment
• Access to experienced neurosciences APPs for clinical support
• Inviting culture that values work-life balance
• Collaboration opportunities and administrative support from other Co-Directors in the Neurosciences Program
• Academic engagement with medical residents, students, and neurology residents
• No inpatient call requirements!

About New Britain:
The city of New Britain, CT is diverse, has a rich history, and has a wide variety of recreational options. The neighborhoods boast 1,200 acres of parks, voted the best in the state, and has a number of sports complexes and cultural attractions. Best known for its AA baseball team, the New Britain Bees, residents of New Britain widely enjoy game day. New Britain also has its regional claims to fame, New Britain Museum of Art, Hole in the Wall Theatre, New Britain Symphony, and dozens of community organizations. With easy access to Boston, Canada, and New York City, it is centrally located with easy highway access.
Access to large metropolitan areaAccess to large metropolitan area
Attractive schedule options availableAttractive schedule options available
Excellent schools nearbyExcellent schools nearby
Leadership role availableLeadership role available
No or low trauma callNo or low trauma call
Particularly patient focusedParticularly patient focused
Research support availableResearch support available

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Position #5283-1
Specialty: Neurology
Subspecialty: Clinical Neurophysiology (EEG or EMG), EMG, Neuromuscular, Neurorehabilitation
Compensation: $350,000 - $400,000
Region: Northeast Region

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