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.
• 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
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Above market compensation package
Access to large metropolitan area
Attractive schedule options available
Leadership role available
No or low trauma call
|Subspecialty: , Neuromuscular|
|Compensation: $350,000 - $400,000|