A large healthcare system is seeking neurologists to join the team in Baltimore, Maryland. The new neurologist will have the opportunity to have a faculty appointment. The Chairman is excited to involve the new neurologists with the Neurology Department through grand rounds, faculty meetings, collaborating with other subspecialists within the department, and participation in clinical research and teaching.
For someone with leadership experience and interests, the opportunity exists for a Chief of Neurology, due to a retirement.
• Faculty appointment (Associate or Assistant level, dependent on experience)
• Clinical interests in EMG/ neuromuscular disorders, EEG/ Epilepsy, Movement Disorders, and Headache very welcome and well-supported
• Ability to quickly develop a subspecialized practice
• MFSH sees 900 EEGs annually and is in the process of buying new LTM equipment
• Support for clinical research
• Opportunities to teach medical students and residents
• Call is 1:5, covering two hospitals 20 minutes apart
• Telestroke program implemented to lighten call
• On average, just 1-2 calls after-hours, which can be taken from home
• Neurohospitalist to cover hospital consults during day
• If desired, someone could see patients at both Baltimore and Washington DC locations
A major East Coast city, Baltimore offers something for everyone! Whether you’re seeking urban living, a suburban community, or a beach house on the Chesapeake Bay, the city offers a wide-range of living and schooling options. Baltimore is also conveniently situated between Philadelphia (1h 45m) and Washington DC (1-2h, depending on time of day). If you enjoy sports, catch an Orioles game in the summer or a Ravens game in the fall. Each spring, Baltimore also hosts the second leg to the Triple Crown, the Preakness Stakes at Pimlico Racetrack. If you prefer arts and culture, the Joseph Meyerhoff Symphony Hall is home to the Baltimore Symphony, or you can check out the museums at the Baltimore Cultural Center. Dig into local delicacies of blue crab, oysters, and mussels – and if you don’t enjoy seafood, Baltimore offers endless dining options.
Access to large metropolitan area
Excellent schools nearby
Near lakes and gorgeous natural areas
No or low trauma call
Research support available
Visa support available
|Subspecialty: , Epilepsy, General Neurology, Headache, Movement Disorders, Neuromuscular, , EMG, EEG|
|Compensation: $250,000 - $300,000|