Neurologist opportunity in Greater Hartford, Connecticut
We put YOU FIRST because you put patients first.
Trinity Health Of New England Medical Group —a member of Trinity Health Of New England, the region’s largest nonprofit health system— is seeking a board-certified/board-eligible Neurologist to join our team in the Greater Hartford, Connecticut area.
This is an exceptional opportunity to demonstrate your skills and expertise in a general outpatient practice. We welcome neurology candidates with an interest in the areas of movement disorders, neurophysiology, neuroimmunology, or degenerative disorders. We strongly prefer a candidate with subspeciality training or experience in movement disorders. Come practice neurology with our established and collegial multidisciplinary team. This position also offers academic alliances with premier southern New England universities, including the University of Connecticut School of Medicine and the Frank H. Netter MD School of Medicine at Quinnipiac University.
Practicing in Hartford, Connecticut’s state capital, puts you in the heart of New England. One million residents choose to reside in the greater Hartford area because it offers a tremendous selection of welcoming neighborhoods in which to live, excellent public and private schools, great restaurants, shopping, music, museums and historical areas. The central New England location puts you in close proximity to New York City and Boston with easy access to dependable air and rail services.
As part of Trinity Health Of New England—the region’s largest nonprofit health system—you will experience a culture of provider collaboration. Our practice model empowers providers to work at their highest level, while allowing time for professional development and family life. If you are focused on providing outstanding patient-centered care, you will thrive within Trinity Health Of New England Medical Group.
To Apply/For more details: https://www.jointrinityne.org/Opportunities/Opportunity/neurologist
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