Neurologists for Gen. Neuro Practice. All subspecialties, Mvt. Disorders, Epil. & NeuroHospitalist

Indianapolis, Indiana
Competitive Salary & Benefits
Apr 16, 2021
May 01, 2021

JWM Neurology is a premier physician-owned group of 42 private practice neurologists in and around Indianapolis, Indiana. We are seeking neurologists for neurology practice including all subspecialties, such as Movement Disorders, Epilepsy, NeuroHospitalist and general neurology with interest to practice in Indianapolis and the surrounding area.

Because we continue to thrive and grow, we are looking for well-qualified, motivated neurologists to join our practice. We are interested in experienced neurologists as well as new graduates and those in Fellowship programs.

We offer flexible work schedules for outpatient neurology, inpatient neurology or a combination of both.

About JWM Neurology

JWM has 12 office locations throughout central Indiana. We couple comprehensive neurologic expertise with compassionate patient care, and our physicians treat adults and children with all neurological conditions.

JWM has a long-standing, respected research department that conducts clinical trials for multiple neurologic conditions. We also conduct ongoing continuing medical education courses for primary care and specialty care physicians as well as advanced practice providers.

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If you are interested in joining a collaborative, entrepreneurial and highly successful single-specialty neurology, physician-owned private practice in the greater Indianapolis area, please contact us.

Inquire with JWM Neurology Executive Director, Herschal Jacquay: or

call: 317-806-6901.

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