Neurology Program Director needed for new residency in Southern California
UHS SoCal Medical Educational Consortium is adding Neurology to our suite of programs in 2024 and is seeking an experienced candidate to fill this residency leadership role. This is a unique opportunity to start and grow a brand-new residency program in an attractive southern California location. And to make a difference by training new physicians and partnering in our mission of delivering the highest quality of care and positive outcomes to patients, families, and the community.
- Program Director for new Neurology GME program
- Position is .4 FTE with remainder in clinical practice with a highly reputable, regional neurosciences group
- Clinical practice options either outpatient or inpatient/neurohospitalist
- Position has no call requirements
- Hospital has separate contract group for inpatient and stroke call
- Group has partnership track and full benefits including health, dental, vision, LTC, disability
- PTO, paid malpractice insurance, and 401(k) with a match
- Income guarantee with sign-on bonus
- First year compensation $280,000-289,000 + $30,000 sign-on and $10,000 relo
- Current board certification by ABPN
- Clear, active California medical license with clean background and board history
- REQUIRED: 3+ years of current or very recent PD, APD, and/or Core faculty experience in an accredited neurology GME program
- Demonstrated ability as a leader, educator, and clinician
- Recent history of scholarly activities/research
- Excellent interpersonal, organizational, and leadership skills
If you have interest in this position, please contact:
In-house Physician Recruiter
Clinical Practice: Join a large, growing neurosciences practice with nearly 40 providers and over 45 years of service to the region. This well-established group has with multiple locations and hospital affiliations in San Diego and SW Riverside Counties, and enjoys an excellent reputation. Their accredited services in multiple subspecialties provide the opportunity to combine elements of research and academics within a clinical practice. With excellent benefits and the option for partnership, the group offers a tremendous opportunity to join a team of highly qualified, collegial physicians.
Facility: Temecula Valley Hospital, opened in the Fall of 2013 and a part of Southwest Healthcare, is a 140-bed, five-story and expanding facility defining a new era in healthcare with its advanced technology and patient-focused care. Graded an "A" for Patient Safety by Leapfrog Group, TVH offers the community a comprehensive range of services similar to hospitals in large metropolitan areas. Specialty services include cardiovascular surgery, advanced neurological care, spine and orthopedic surgery, oncology/surgical, GI, and an emergency department serving nearly 49,000 patients a year. A Neurointerventional suite with biplane angiography and five high-tech surgical suites including a hybrid suite provide the latest technology for procedures. Patient care is provided in all-private rooms with wireless cardiac monitoring in a soothing environment with patient, family, and staff-friendly amenities including outdoor and meditation areas and decor from local photographers. Temecula Valley Hospital is accredited as a Comprehensive Stroke Center by DNV and an Advanced Primary Stroke Center by The Joint Commission. The hospital is also an accredited Chest Pain Center with Primary PCI by the American College of Cardiology and a designated STEMI Receiving Center. Come join our mission to deliver exceptional and compassionate patient care in an innovative, collegial atmosphere alongside our more than 350 affiliated physicians, 900 employees, and 170 volunteers. TVH is owned and operated by a subsidiary of Universal Health Services (UHS), one of the nation's largest hospital and healthcare management companies.
Community: Temecula, California, known as Southern California's Wine Country, is located just north of San Diego and east of Orange County. Temecula is a family-oriented community and one of the most desirable areas in Southern California. The larger Temecula Valley area is a stable, growing region with an increasingly diverse and affluent population ideal for families, singles and retired alike. Housing and living costs are significantly lower than nearby coastal counties and the city of Temecula was rated by MoneyGeek as the 16th safest city in the U.S. (100,000+ population). Come and experience our award-winning schools, excellent healthcare services, great weather, nearby beaches and mountains, and numerous recreational and lifestyle options!
UHS SoCal MEC: Universal Health Services (UHS) residency programs are integrated into the core mission of our hospitals: to provide our community superior quality care that patients recommend to family and friends and physicians prefer for their patients, while offering unique training opportunities to the next generation of healthcare providers. UHS SoCal Medical Education Consortium endeavors to provide a diverse, hands-on clinical training experience along with didactics, research opportunities and involvement in hospital operations. Our programs prepare residents to pursue the next step in their careers, from full-time clinical practice to teaching, research, medical leadership or further subspecialty training. Our approach to the successful training of physicians is to provide a solid, sound foundation for learning and training and new opportunities, so residents can explore the many career options available as a physician.