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Full Time Neurology Job Columbia, SC

Full Time
Columbia, SC
JOB-2670553
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Posted by CompHealth
Employer CompHealth

Job Description

A neurologist position is newly available at a not-for-profit in South Carolina. The incoming physician will have the ability to subspecialize. Your schedule will be Monday through Friday with a 1:4 practice call that will be 1:5 when both positions are filled. Join 3 neurologists and 2 NPs. Final year residents and fellows are welcome to apply.

This employed position offers a competitive salary and incentives/bonuses. You will also receive medical benefits, life insurance/disability, vacation/PTO, relocation assistance, a sign-on bonus, $5K CME stipend, a 401(k) retirement plan. There is 100% loan forgiveness after 10 years of service.

Come live and practice in one of the largest cities in South Carolina. This historic southern city has colleges, local boutiques, eateries, and nightlife. Outside the city, you have access to inviting lakes and outdoor activities. You will also find it an easy drive to the nationally renowned beaches on the breathtaking South Carolina shoreline.

Let your CompHealth representative know what is important to you. They can connect you with jobs in the location, and with the perks, that are essential to you.

To begin talking about this position, please submit your CV and references to Victoria Fournier at victoria.fournier@comphealth.com or call 954.837.2611. All inquiries are confidential. Refer to job number 2670553.

  • 100% outpatient
  • Ability to subspecialize
  • Not-for-profit
  • 100% loan forgiveness after 10 years
  • High growth area
  • State capitol
  • Award-winning schools
  • Great quality of life
  • 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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