Job #1376 SJob Description:
Texas - Neurology Hospitalist
Houston area seeks 2 Neurologist - Hospitalists
Houston area seeks an Neurologist-Hospitalist that is BC/BE, trained physicians who can provide the following:
Effective leadership to their facility
Commitment to the success of their practice group
The highest quality of care possible to their patients
Demonstrated interest in continual learning and improvement
In return, the company offers you professional and financial rewards that are unparalleled in hospitalist medicine. Stated simply, they provide their physicians the ability to practice medicine and manage patients as true drivers of the inpatient delivery system to the long-term benefit of all stakeholders.
Also, their other benefits: liability insurance with no tail requirement, health, dental, vision, disability, 401K w/match, employee stock purchase plan.
They are not accepting new fellows or visa candidates for this location. Must be experienced with a TX license.
Houston is a vibrant international city that heartily enjoys its tradition of being a place of firsts. General Sam Houston, the city’s heroic namesake, was the first president of the Republic of Texas. Houston, the city, was the first word spoken from the surface of the moon and the first to build an air-conditioned sports stadium Houston’s cultural diversity and uninhibited attitude combine to boost the local culinary scene. Dozens of standout, chef-owned restaurants and local institutions dot the landscape, and the dining public embraces them. Houston is a power-shopper’s paradise. From the high-end choices at the famed Galleria to discount discoveries on Harwin Drive, there are plenty of places to pick up anything and everything on your list. Houston is a land of malls. In fact, every pocket of the city is home to a mall where shoppers will find anchor stores such as Macy’s and Dillard’s as well as other smaller, national retailers. Houston’s proximity to the Gulf Coast makes it a hub for cool day trips. In less than an hour you can be strolling along the Kemah Boardwalk on Galveston Bay, as sailboats drift past. Here, families enjoy many attractions, especially the dancing fountains and carnival rides. Drive a bit farther south and you’ll reach Galveston Island’s beaches, historical Strand District, antiques shops, art galleries, and attractions such as Moody Gardens and Schlitterbahn Galveston. An hour north, Old Town Spring — a quaint, turn-of-last-century time warp — has shops, restaurants, museums, and galleries in its scenic blocks.
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