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Full Time Neurology Sleep Job GA

Full Time
Great Location, GA
904580
alarm 23 days ago
Employer St. John Associates

Job Description

Outpatient Neurology Job Sought-after Coastal Southeast Metro

Walk into a busy Outpatient only practice just minutes from the beach!


The practice:


  • Join this thriving physician-owned and operated multi-specialty group in highly desired metro area
  • Over 100 medical providers, including support from advanced providers
  • Rapid growth has created the need to add another Outpatient Neurologist
  • Sub-specialty interests are welcomed
  • NO hospital call and very little patient call
  • Competitive starting salary, benefits package and sign-on bonus
  • Lucrative partnership/shareholder opportunity
  • Beautiful clinic with in-house ambulatory 24-hour EEG with Video Telemetry, MRI, CT scan, pain management injections, radiology, fluoroscopy, etc.
  • Paid malpractice, CME, relocation, health & life insurance, dental, vision, relocation, 401K, licenses/dues and more

The community:


  • Live and work just minutes from gorgeous Atlantic beaches
  • Historic city has loads of Southern charm
  • Year-round warm weather for lots of outdoor fun
  • Enjoy golf, tennis, fishing, and boating all year long
  • 400,000 population in the metro area
  • Catch a minor league baseball game at the stadium
  • Attend the film festival and the music festival
  • Explore Civil War sites and 19th century architecture
  • Shops, cafs, and antique stores in historic city center
  • Twenty modern shopping plazas and malls toward the edge of town
  • Vibrant arts community with working artists, galleries, and performance venues
  • Take in plays, symphony orchestra, and jazz concerts
  • Home to one of the top high schools in the state
  • Four colleges and universities offer undergraduate and graduate degrees
  • Easy travel through the international airport

Jay Rensink - jrensink@stjohnjobs.com | 800-737-2001 x235

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