Job #616 SJob Description:
New York - Neurology- Stroke
Central New York Community seeks Adult Neurologist with sub-specialty in Strole
This Central New York Medical Group is seeking two BC/BE Neurologist(s), one candidate who will see adult patients and has sub speciality training in stroke, epilepsy, movement disorders or headache pain and will do EMG’s, and one who is trained in Pediatrics and will see both Pediatric and Adult Patients. A physician-owned and physician-run multi-specialty group established in 1938, we have grown to become one of the largest multi-specialty groups in the Central New York region with 60+ physicians and 25 specialties. Partnering with a dedicated and highly qualified professional staff including mid-level providers, we offer a professional, stimulating practice with a predictable work schedule, competitive compensation, comprehensive benefit package, 4 weeks vacation and CME all leading to full partnership and a production based salary at the end of 2 years. Our growing group offers a broad array of ancillary and support services under one roof for the convenience of both patients and physicians. In addition to having Electronic Medical Records, we also have been awarded superior performance designation by MGMA for outstanding Practice management for the last 3 years and have achieved the highest accreditation by the AAAHC.
The Neurology Department performs consultations and EMG’s in their state of the art central office where Electronic Medical Records have been implemented. Call would be 1 in 4 after the first hire and then 1 in 5 after the second. Inpatient work and EEG’s are performed in two of our local hospitals which are blocks from our location.
Our safe, friendly and uncongested community is located in the foothills of the Adirondack Mountains. Within easy driving distances are Boston, New York City, Toronto, Montreal, Rochester, Washington, D.C. and Philadelphia. The scenic nearby Adirondack Park is a source of countless recreational activities. The area offers a good range of educational, housing and cultural facilities. The areaâ€™s public and parochial schools rate among the best in the nation.
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