Dean Clinic, a 450+ physician multi-specialty group, is recruiting for two general neurologists. Neurologists with sub-specialty interests in neurophysiology, multiple sclerosis, and dementia are also welcome. Our physicians see patients in both the outpatient and inpatients settings. Call is limited to adult patients and is shared equally. It is currently 1/7. Our neurologists enjoy a work/life balance through flexible call schedules and a four-day work week.
The Department of Neurology offers a full service of neurology subspecialists, which includes pediatric neurology, epilepsy, movement disorders, multiple sclerosis, stroke, dementia, and neuromuscular disorders. The Dean Clinic strives for excellence with its EMG/NCS and EEG laboratories. The EMG/NCS lab is accredited by the AANEM with exemplary status. We have two AAET certified technicians as part of our team. It is the only accredited EMG/NCS laboratory in Madison. We also have a multi-disciplinary MDA sponsored neuromuscular clinic. The EEG lab is also accredited with three registered technicians. The Department of Neurology has a close working relationship and proximity to five neurosurgeons, four neuroradiologists, and two pain medicine specialists. To view the Dean Neurologists, go to www.deancare.com. The Dean Clinic draws from an 18-county service area with a population of 1.3 million people. There is a guaranteed two-year salary, signing bonus, and an outstanding fringe benefits package.
Dean Clinic is a progressive and integrated healthcare system that was established in 1904 by Dr. Joseph Dean. It has won numerous awards for providing high quality care at reasonable costs. Most recently the Center for Medicare & Medicaid Services announced that Dean Health Plan received CMS’s five-star rating--the highest possible quality rating for private Medicare insurance plans and Medicare Advantage plans. Dean is also an Accountable Care Organization, which ties provider reimbursements to quality metrics and the reduction in the total cost of care. In September 2014 Dean Clinic merged with SSM Health, a large integrated health care delivery system that is based in St. Louis, MO. SSM Health has hospitals, medical clinics, and nursing homes in Wisconsin, Missouri, Illinois, and Oklahoma. Dean is an Equal Opportunity Employer and Affirmative Action Employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, or national origin.
St. Mary’s Hospital has been serving South Central Wisconsin since 1912. The hospital is a 350-bed tertiary care facility that is used by the Dean physicians. The Department of Neurology is located in a Medical Office Building that is connected to St. Mary’s Hospital by a skywalk. The hospital and the Dean Clinic work in a complementary manner on many joint ventures to provide excellence in patient care. Of particular note for Neurology, the Wisconsin Chapter of the American Parkinson’s Disease Association is based at St. Mary’s Hospital.
Madison, population 225,000, consistently ranks as one of the top places in the country to live, work, go to school, play, and raise a family. In fact, Madison was recently named as the most livable mid-size city in the United States by www.livability.com. Middleton is a popular suburb to the west. It was recognized by Money Magazine when it was named the seventh of “The 100 Best Places to Live.” Verona is another popular suburb to the west. It is the home of Epic, the premier electronic medical record company. Home to the State Capitol and University of Wisconsin, Madison offers residents a stimulating civic and educational environment. The Madison area offers excellent public and private schools.
Children have numerous educational options outside of school, including the Aldo Leopold Nature Center, Saturday Science at Discovery, and the Madison Children’s Museum. In 2011 the Children’s Museum was awarded the National Medal for Museum and Library Science. It was the first such award won by any museum in Wisconsin. Residents also enjoy an endless variety of music, dance, theater, visual and literary arts, including five museums exhibiting art, history, and science collections. The Overture Center in downtown Madison is a beautiful facility that offers a wide variety of entertainment, including the Madison Symphony, Madison Opera, and visiting performances. Built around four lakes, Madison satisfies outdoor enthusiasts with its public parks, beaches, marinas, and numerous bicycle trails. Sports fans have the opportunity to cheer for the Wisconsin Badgers in most of the major and minor intercollegiate sports.
To learn more about this practice opportunity contact:
Christopher A. Kashnig