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MS, Headache, & General Neurologists Needed in Pennsylvania

Eastern Pennsylvania
Negotiable Salary
Closing date
Jul 24, 2021
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A well-regarded hospital in Lancaster, Pennsylvania is seeking neurologists with specialty training in MS, Epilepsy, and headache. These subspecialties would be especially welcome, as the division begins to further sub-specialize, though all interests can be supported in the context of General Neurology. The team currently consists of General Neurologists, EMG fellowship-trained Neurologists, a Headache fellowship-trained Neurologist, a Movement Disorder fellowship-trained Neurologist, and a Vascular/Stroke fellowship-trained Neurologist.

Hospital Highlights:

  • 506 beds
  • Level 1 Trauma Center status achieved by mid-2020
  • Mechanical thrombectomy capable
  • EEG and EMG monitoring available
  • Infusion suite available

Opportunity Highlights:

  • MS interests supported in the context of General Neurology
  • Headache specialists could be supported with 100% subspecialty volume
  • Primarily Outpatient Neurology with some Inpatient rounding (1 week in every 6, only until Neurohospitalist team is in place starting mid-2021)
  • 1:8 shared general call, no stroke call
  • Research opportunity available
  • APP support
  • Competitive salary and benefits package, including sign-on bonus

Lancaster, Pennsylvania:

Pennsylvania’s eighth-largest city is a prosperous community with excellent shopping and entertainment facilities. Just a short drive away from Philadelphia and Baltimore, Lancaster offers the convenience of big city life within the comfort of a mid-sized community. Lancaster boasts excellent private and public schools, and a beautiful and lively downtown set within an exciting expanse of woodlands and mountains.

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