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General Neurologist

Employer
UCI School of Medicine
Location
Orange, California (US)
Salary
negotiable
Closing date
Oct 16, 2022

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The University of California (UC), Irvine, Department of Neurology is recruiting for a BC/BE physician to join its Comprehensive (General) Neurology Program. The successful candidate must demonstrate a strong interest and commitment to the care of patients with a broad range of neurological disorders and will participate in clinics at UC Irvine Medical Center in Orange, the University campus in Irvine, California, and other sites including Newport Beach.  Candidates should be highly motivated and collaborative, and will combine a history of outstanding clinical care with an academic commitment to training of residents, medical students and post-doctoral fellows.

The Department of Neurology at UCI Health (https://www.ucihealth.org/) is an expanding academic program, with a successful residency program and with ACGME-accredited fellowships in several subspecialties. The successful candidates will work closely with other disciplines, including neurosurgery, neuroradiology, orthopedics, medicine, geriatrics and others. UC Irvine, located in Orange County with a population of more than three million, has a distinguished tradition of excellence in clinical neuroscience.  

For more information and to apply: Please log onto UCI RECRUIT located at: recruit.ap.uci.edu/JPF07648

For more information on the Department and Division please visit:

https://www.ucihealth.org/medical-services/neurology

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Telephone
7148248723
Location
200 S. Manchester Ave. Ste 206
Orange
California
92868
US
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