Penn Medicine is actively recruiting a Board Certified/Board Eligible Neurologist to join our growing Neuroscience service line in the Philadelphia suburbs. Our program is supportive of neurologists interested in developing any subspecialty in the context of general neurology.
This Penn Neurology group is currently comprised of two physicians and two CRNP’s and is seeking a new physician to replace a colleague that recently retired. The practice is based in Bucks County, PA, with two ambulatory practices in Sellersville and Chalfont. The Physicians have active privileges at Grandview Hospital and participate in a weekend call rotation which equates to 1:5 weekends, with no stroke call. Procedures performed by the practice currently include Botox, LP, EMG’s and subspecialty interest is welcome.
The group is integrated into the Department of Neurology with the Perelman School of Medicine at the University of Pennsylvania and a part of the Penn Medicine Neurosciences Service Line.
Each opportunity includes a competitive compensation package, and benefits package that includes:
* Excellent medical, dental and vision coverage
* Medical malpractice insurance
* Retirement Savings Plan
* Continuing medical education and dues allowance
* Sign-on Bonus and Relocation
* H1B Visa Sponsorship available
Minimum Requirements: Candidates must be board certified/ eligible in Neurology and will need to obtain a PA state license and DEA.
Interested candidates can e-mail CV and cover letter to Brittany Kulp, Physician Recruiter, at: Brittany.Kulp@pennmedicine.upenn.edu
About the Area:
Bucks County is located in Southeastern Pennsylvania with easy access to Philadelphia, NYC, Washington D.C, and the Jersey Shore. Bucks County has top-rated schools, safe neighborhoods, and great housing options available. This practice is in close proximity to highly desirable areas to live, such as Doylestown and Ambler, PA. Bucks County is also wonderful for outdoor activities such as skiing, snowboarding, walking trails, and state parks. The area boasts magnificent museums, charming towns, and quaint main streets.
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