The neuroscience group at TriStar Skyline Medical Center, a Comprehensive Stroke and Level II Trauma center in Nashville, is seeking an experienced Epileptologist to build and lead a brand-new clinical and academic service line within our large urban/suburban hospital system.
- Board certified neurology and board certified in epilepsy
- Fellowship trained in epilepsy
- Tennessee licensure or ability to obtain
- DEA with full prescriptive authority
- Commitment to provide high quality, evidenced based patient care
- Develop a dedicated epilepsy clinic
- Teach residents and train the neurology physicians of tomorrow
- Competitive salary
- Comprehensive benefits package including 401k and paid malpractice
- CME and dues allowance
- Relocation assistance
- No state income tax
About TriStar Skyline Medical Center:
- 286-bed hospital
- Dedicated 17-bed neuro ICU, 34-beds stroke; 4-bed EMU
- EEG and EMG on site
- Tennessee’s first comprehensive stroke center and a national leader in neuroscience
- As an ACS Verified Level II Trauma Center and an Accredited Chest Pain Center with PCI, TriStar Skyline is a leading provider of emergency care with over 3,700 ED visits per month.
- Offering programs including heart and vascular, oncology, orthopaedics/spine, and CARF accredited rehabilitation. Behavioral health services offered at our TriStar Skyline Madison Campus.
HCA Healthcare Graduate Medical Education (GME):
- Our inaugural neurology residency will welcome first year residents in 2023 and will be a part of the HCA Healthcare Graduate Medical Education network, with more than 250 residency and fellowship programs nationwide.
- Building a network of innovative, patient-centered GME communities
Nashville is home to more than 1.8 million people, more than 40,000 businesses, and over 250 healthcare companies are headquartered in the Nashville region, making healthcare the #1 industry. Tennessee has the second lowest state and local tax burden per capita, and no state income tax. Nashville was rated 15th out of the 125 “Best Places to Live” in the 2019 US News and World Report.