Full Time Neurology Job Unknown, CA
A neurology position is available in one of California's hidden coastal gem locations. Candidates will need to be board certified or board eligible and experienced as there are no other neurologists currently on staff. The schedule will be Monday through Friday from 9 am to 4:30 pm and you will be supported by expert health care professionals. Call will be 5 days a month, and there will be hospital-based consults during business hours. The facility needs a physician to grow a neurology practice and see patients currently being transferred away. Sleep trained or skilled neurologists would be a plus, but it is not required. If you need a CA medical license, CompHealth has a licensing team that can assist you with process.
This hospital-employed position offers a competitive compensation and RVU bonuses. You will also receive a sign-on bonus, medical benefits, 5 weeks of PTO, relocation assistance, life insurance/disability, CME stipend, a 401k retirement plan, malpractice coverage and more. This is also an NHSC loan repayment site.
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To begin talking about this position, please forward your CV via email to firstname.lastname@example.org and follow up with a phone call to Austyn at 801.930.3363 and refer to job number 2647503.
- Competitive compensation with RVU bonuses
- Facility is looking for a skilled and competent neurologist
- Full benefits package, vacation, and CME
- Come and live in this breathtakingly beautiful town
- Excellent retirement plan in place
- Relocation assistance provided
- Busy case load with a growing patient base
- Area is one of the most beautiful areas in California
- 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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