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Full Time Neurology Job Knoxville, TN

Full Time
Knoxville, TN
JOB-2609278
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Posted by CompHealth
Employer CompHealth

Job Description

CompHealth is currently seeking a Neurology Physician in TN!

CompHealth is assisting a hospital-based Neurology team in Knoxville with their search for an epileptologist/neurologist.

They need an additional physician to help cover the growing patient census. The schedule is Monday - Friday from 8 am - 5 pm with no call. You will see an average of 20 patients per day. You will work with a great group of advanced practice providers, other outpatient neurologists, and a team of neurohospitalists who cover the inpatient needs of the facility. They welcome both board-certified and board-eligible candidates. CompHealth has a dedicated licensing team that can help you obtain a TN medical license, if necessary.

You will receive an annual compensation package with RVU incentives, medical benefits, and vacation/holiday time. You will also be provided relocation assistance, a sign-on bonus, CME time, a retirement plan, and malpractice insurance.

If you are interested, please call Timothy McLean at 954.837.2767 or send your CV to timothy.mclean@comphealth.com and refer to JOB-2609278.

  • Join a well-established traditional outpatient practice
  • All outpatient neurology with no hospital call
  • The ideal candidate will have an epilepsy fellowship
  • Employed opportunity with a competitive salary and production bonus
  • Excellent hospital-employed benefits
  • No state income tax and low cost of living
  • Enjoy a quality work-life balance in this vibrant, southern city
  • Smoky Mountains National Park is located within 45 minutes of Knoxville
  • Our services are free for you
  • We help negotiate your salary and contract
  • We coordinate interviews and help with licenses
  • Specialized recruiters match your career preferences
  • Experienced support teams take care of every detail

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