Neurologist needed for; a city owned nonprofit hospital with a 350,000-catchment area close to Nashville. Hospital is a primary stroke center, serving a strong mix of general neurology, multiple sclerosis, epilepsy, stroke, brain injury and ALS patients. Exceptional earning potential with extremely large referral base that covers 14 Counties. Full-service regional hub inclusive of all cardiovascular and surgical services.
-Hospital owned practice
-100% outpatient, with no inpatient or call
-Hospital covered by neurohospitalist
- Competitive Base Salary Plus WRVU Bonus • Sign-on Bonus • Relocation • Residency Stipend • Full Medical Benefits • Long Term Care Insurance • Long & Short-Term Disability Plan • Critical Illness Plan • Cancer Expense Protection Policy • Accident Plan • Intensive Care Policy • 401K & 457, 529 College Savings Plan
J1 Waiver Candidates Welcome To Apply
A wide variety of recreational and cultural opportunities are provided for residents of the area. Enjoy the beautiful state park system, civic clubs and community organizations. Spend time exploring, a 260-acre park with a 56-acre lake. Three state parks offer many camping, picnicking, hiking, and other recreational opportunities. Three Corps of Engineer lakes, with over 1,200 miles of shorelines, are within a 30-minute drive. The area is replete with hills, trails, caves, lakes and streams for hikers, bikers, climbers, spelunkers and horseback riders. Two lakes with water sports and fishing that includes bass, walleye and musky. Local hunting for deer, duck, turkey, squirrel and rabbit. Enjoy your choice of 20 golf courses within 30 minutes. Local symphony, children’s theatre, a local playhouse, great local and chain restaurants. Brand new college fitness center, home to one of the top cross fit training programs in the country and much more! A short drive to Nashville where you can enjoy Tennessee Performing Arts Center, The Tennessee Titans, Nashville Predators and minor league baseball, great music, restaurants, shopping and more