Neurologists in subspecialties of movement disorders, pediatrics, epilepsy & behavioral neurology

Employer
Department of Neurology at the Marshall University Joan C. Edwards School of Medicine
Location
Marshall University, Huntington
Salary
Guaranteed 1st year salary $300,000-325,000. Lucrative salary productivity plan after 1st year.
Closing date
Oct 26, 2021
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Marshall Neurology, a university-affiliated physician group located in Huntington, WV, is currently seeking qualified candidates for neurologists within the sub-specialties of movement disorders, pediatrics, epilepsy and behavioral neurology due to a rapidly increasing volume of patients with neurologic disorders.  Opportunity highlights consist of primarily outpatient practice but does include 1:7 consultative call with full-time in-house neurology resident coverage, four full-time neuro-trained advanced practice providers, resident and medical student educational activities, as well as neurology research endeavors. We offer an attractive university-based benefits package that provides a very competitive compensation package.  For more information, please visit https://jcesom.marshall.edu/departments-divisions/department-of-neurology/careers/

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