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Full Time Neurology Job IL

Full Time
St. Louis, IL
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Employer Jackson Physician Search

Job Description

General Neurology | Greater St. Louis | 90th Percentile Starting Salary

Top-ranking non-profit hospital serving the Greater St. Louis region is seeking a BC/BE Neurologist to join their dynamic medical group. Enjoy the support, network and financial incentives of a large health system without the politics and pressure to compromise your practice style.

Practice Details
  • Turnkey opportunity to join a busy practice recruiting due to an upcoming retirement - inherit a panel on day one
  • General neurology practice with opportunity to develop subspecialty interest
  • Escape the pressure of rigorous production requirements and focus on providing quality, patient-focused medicine at your pace

    Compensation Details
  • 375K+ starting salary guarantee (MGMA >90th percentile starting salary guarantee) with bonus incentive and tremendous proven earning potential
  • Up to six-figure sign-on bonus package with residency stipend available
  • Exceptional benefits include retirement savings options, paid relocation, malpractice insurance, and robust PTO package

    Community Details
  • Located less than 20 minutes from downtown St. Louis, this vibrant, affluent Illinois community offers convenient access to big-city amenities plus the security of suburban living
  • Enjoy easy travel with an international airport less than 25 minutes away
  • Cheer for your favorite sports team, from the 2019 Stanley Cup Champion St. Louis Blues to the 11-Time World Series Champion St. Louis Cardinals
  • Exceptional public and private schools offer top academics and athletics, plus access to over 30 colleges and universities serving Greater St. Louis

    For more information, contact:
    Tara Osseck, Vice President of Recruitment
    Call/Text: 469-909-6673
    Schedule a Call:
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