One of the largest public healthcare systems in the country is looking for neurologists to join its growing, sub-specialized neurology group. All candidates must be BE/BC in general neurology and be willing to work in either a solely inpatient neurohospitalist capacity or in a combined inpatient and outpatient clinic role. The successful physicians 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.
• Named a Neuroscience Institute of Excellence
• Advanced Comprehensive Stroke Center
• Level I Trauma Center
• Level 4 Epilepsy Center
• 4-bed EMU
• 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
• Epilepsy Center's multidisciplinary team includes neurologists with fellowship training in neurophysiology and epilepsy, two fellowship-trained functional neurosurgeons, two neuropsychologists, neuroradiologists, two ARNPs, a psychologist and an epilepsy-experienced nursing staff.
• The Epilepsy Center is a regional referral center
• 7 on/7 off
• 20 Neuro-ICU beds, all with long-term monitoring capability
• Non-burdensome call schedule
• Opportunity to have clinic hours for follow-up, if desired
• Highly collaborative team
• Competitive compensation and benefits package
About South Florida
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|Subspecialty: Neurohospitalist, Stroke|