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Locum Tenens Hospitalist - Neurology Job Saint Paul, MN

Locum Tenens
Saint Paul, MN
MPLT_67606
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Posted by MPLT Healthcare
Employer MPLT Healthcare

Job Description


Position:
Neuro Hospitalist
Location: St. Paul, MN

MPLT Healthcare is looking for physicians who Understand the Urgency, Never Give Up, and Have the Courage to Excel in the forever changing medical industry! We have numerous opportunities for an experienced Neuro Hospitalist with highly competitive pay rates in St. Paul, MN.

Position Details:

  • Unit: Neuro ICU and Neuro Stepdown
  • Profession: Physician
  • Specialty: Neuro Hospitalist (basically handles all neuro except for stroke. They have someone who specifically handles their stroke cases). This position does not handle admissions.
  • Dates: June 2021 - ongoing (DATES LISTED BELOW)
  • Schedule: 6a-6p; Friday-Thursday; 7 on/7 off *Exact weeks not specified, client will take providers availability as long as it fits the Fri-Thu 7 day stretch.
  • Support Staff for Provider: Neuro ICU MD and NP
  • Patient Volume: 7-15 patients per day. 3-5 new consults per day.
  • Daily Census for each unit: o Neuro Stepdown Unit: ~8-14 patients per day. o Neuro ICU: ~10 patients/day;
The benefits of working with MPLT Healthcare include:

  • Flexibility - work when, where and how often you'd like to work
  • Paid malpractice insurance
  • Pre-paid travel and housing expenses
  • Competitive compensation paid on a weekly basis
  • One-on-one attention and 24-hour access to your personal MPLT Healthcare consultant
  • Dedicated medical staff services that assist with credentialing and facility paperwork
About MPLT Healthcare

MPLT Healthcare specializes in placing well-qualified physicians and advanced practice clinicians in locum, locum-to-perm and direct hire staff and leadership positions while making this process as seamless as possible for our clinicians and client facilities.

Don't delay, apply today!


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