Neurology Opportunity in Beautiful Coastal Maryland Town

An established neurology practice on the Eastern Shore of Maryland is seeking a third neurologist to join the team. Someone with an interest in EMG, evoked potentials, and/ or EEG would be greatly welcomed, though neurologists with other clinical interests are encouraged to apply!

• Support of 3 physician extenders
• General neurology call is 1:4 and non-burdensome during the week, with locums coverage to help in weekend call
• Employed by the Medical Group
• Recently renovated facilities
• Generous compensation package with wRVU-based bonus

Easton, MD is your quintessential coastal town, nestled along the shores of the Chesapeake Bay. Live and work in a beachside community, where people come to vacation. Because of their location and tourism industry, there are endless restaurant and boutique shopping options. Easton is also just a quick drive across the Chesapeake Bay Bridge to Annapolis, Baltimore, and Washington DC. Have the option to live in a 1890s Victorian home near downtown, or in a new build on the water with your own private beach and dock!
Above market compensation packageAbove market compensation package
Access to large metropolitan areaAccess to large metropolitan area
Attractive schedule options availableAttractive schedule options available
Beach communityBeach community
Near lakes and gorgeous natural areasNear lakes and gorgeous natural areas
No or low trauma callNo or low trauma call
Visa support availableVisa support available
Well organized and managed practiceWell organized and managed practice

I'm interested in this position

Position #2995-1
Specialty: Neurology
Subspecialty: Clinical Neurophysiology (EEG or EMG), General Neurology, EMG, EEG
Compensation: $300,000 - $350,000
Region: Northeast Region

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