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Full-time General Neurology Opportunity in Louisville, KY

U of L Physicians
Louisville, Kentucky
Closing date
Sep 9, 2022

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The University of Louisville School of Medicine in Louisville KY is seeking a full-time BC/BE General Neurologist in the Department of Neurology for the U of L Heath System.

The selected candidate must have excellent clinical skills with an interest in general neurology. Applicants are sought for both inpatient, outpatient and hybrid positions. 

This provider will work with a collegial team of neurologists, neurosurgeons, physiatrists, neuro-radiologists and others throughout the U of L Health System. The candidate will help to advance the clinical and educational missions of this entity. 

•    ABPN certification or eligibility in Neurology
•    Outstanding communication, bedside manner, and professionalism; excellent organizational skills
•    A strong work ethic and capability for effective collaboration in the multi-disciplinary care of patients 

The following are benefits provided with the position:
•    Comprehensive provider benefits
•    Excellent recruitment package
•    Compensation commensurate with experience
•    Affiliation with the University of Louisville School of Medicine


Our physicians, advanced practice clinicians, nurses and team members form the “Power of U” and are dedicated to making the impossible, possible, every single day.

Whether you are in a primary care office on the outskirts of Kentuckiana or in our academic medical center in the heart of downtown Louisville, UofL Health team members are dedicated to providing patient-centered care delivered with compassion and excellence.

At UofL Health, we offer a competitive benefits package, including FREE tuition at the University of Louisville, a perk that no other health care system in the state currently offers. We also offer robust health care plans for families as low as $100 per month.

When you join UofL Health, you become part of the largest, multispecialty physician practice in the Louisville area. Patient-centered care cannot be accomplished without top-notch team members at every level of the organization. As part of an academic medical center, we offer our patients state-of-the-art facilities, groundbreaking research and pioneering treatments, as well as access to more than 700 specialty and primary care providers.

The UofL Health system consists of five hospitals, four medical centers, nearly 250 physician practice locations, the Frazier Rehabilitation Institute and Brown Cancer Center. With more than 12,000 team members – physicians, surgeons, nurses, pharmacists and other highly skilled health care professionals, UofL Health focuses on one mission – one purpose – delivering respectful, patient-centered care to each and every patient each and every day. We do this while striving for excellence in the areas of accountability, integrity, compassion, quality and teamwork.

Communities We Serve

Expertise for the simplest to more complex medical issues

With our vast network of community and academic physicians, we are in communities throughout Kentucky bringing the expertise, care and compassion that is at the core of our mission to every patient we serve. As a leading academic health system, we’ve attracted specialists from every discipline—seasoned caregivers who have experience with a broad range of complex medical and surgical issues. This means that we treat the simplest medical issues with the same level of care and expertise as we do the more complex issues. Not only do we bring our knowledge to our patients, but we collaborate with professionals throughout the country and in some cases, the world, ensuring that you have the right treatment options for whatever health issue our patients may be facing. 


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