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Hybrid Remote & Onsite General Neurology

Dartmouth Health
Manchester, New Hampshire
Closing date
Jul 17, 2024

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Dartmouth Health presents an exceptional opportunity for a general neurologist to become part of our Manchester, NH team. This role offers a unique arrangement, with alternating weeks between clinic-based work in Manchester and teleneurology services.

It’s the perfect blend, providing both professional connection with colleagues in the clinic and the flexibility to work from either the office or home during teleneurology weeks.


  • Established patient base
  • Collegial environment with a fun and dynamic team
  • EEG and EMG reading a plus, but not required
  • Protected admin time
  • Optional academic appointment at the Geisel School of Medicine at Dartmouth College


  • Board-certified in neurology by the ABMS or AOA
  • Ability to obtain/maintain NH, VT, and ME medical licenses and federal DEA
  • Reliable internet service and a high comfort level with technology
  • Excellent interpersonal and communication skills, with a patient-centered approach to care
  • Commitment to collaboration, teamwork, and professional growth within a community-based practice

Why we live here:

  • Four seasons and an outdoor lifestyle
  • Easy access to major cities and airports
  • Nationally ranked public and private school systems
  • Proximity to mountains and seacoast
  • Abundance of lakes for boating and swimming
  • No sales or state income tax

At Dartmouth Health, we believe that the diversity of our patients, people, and community shows a strength we support and celebrate.  We are committed to creating a welcoming and inclusive environment for everyone to thrive, honoring all within our organization and the communities we serve.  Our belief is simple and actionable: Dartmouth Health is better when we embrace each other with open hearts and minds, confront our biases, and take a stand for equity and inclusion.

About Manchester, NH:

Manchester is located in south-central NH along the Merrimack River; about 58 miles north of Boston. It is the most populous city in NH – around 112,000 residents. Manchester is also home to museums, theaters, the NH Symphony, Opera League of NH, and outdoor recreation including skiing and snow tubing. Sports fans will find plenty to love here as well. Manchester hosts the Fisher Cats, Double-A affiliate of the Toronto Blue Jays baseball team; the Monarchs - an American Hockey League affiliate of the LA Kings; the Manchester Wolves Arena Football team; and the NH Phantoms soccer team belonging to the United Soccer League’s Second Division.

Having been ranked #1 Small City and Best Place to Live and Raise a Family (Fortune & Money magazines), Manchester is the city where history invites opportunity. Traveling along the banks of the Merrimack River, one sees a unique blending of history with current economic development. It has a healthy economy, moderate cost of living, light traffic, robust housing stock and top-notch educational systems with access to both public and private schools. The community features traditional festivals, open air markets, great restaurants, and sporting and concert events available in the new 10,000 seat indoor Verizon Wireless Arena. Manchester is also home to the Currier Gallery of Art and the Palace Theatre, some of northern New England’s finest art museums and musical theatres. Manchester's proximity to New England’s top rated ski mountains, the seacoast, and Boston make this an amazing place to live!  

Interested candidates should send their CV to Heidi Krape, Physician & Provider Recruiter, at

Dartmouth Health is an equal opportunity employer and all qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, disability status, veteran status, gender identity or expression, or any other characteristic protected by law.

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