Neurohospitalist Job In Austin, Texas
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St. David’s Healthcare
Austin, TX – Neurohospitalist with Stroke Focus
St. David’s HealthCare partnership, located in Austin, Texas, is seeking neurologists with inpatient interest to join our growing team of neurohospitalists. Candidates must be Board Eligible or Board Certified in Neurology.
St. David’s HealthCare partnership includes six acute hospitals along with one specialty rehabilitation hospital and is the leading provider of neurosciences care in Central Texas.
The St. David stroke network (which consists of 4 primary stroke centers and 1 comprehensive stroke center) provides a flexible and exciting practice environment.
•Join employed group of 5 local neurohospitalists
•Employed positions with guaranteed salary and production component
•Seeking Inpatient Neurologist with emphasis on Stroke
• Sub-specialty training/fellowship or experience in Stroke, Epilepsy, or Neurophysiology
•Competitive compensation, full benefits, CME and vacation offered
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The 347-bed, acute care hospital’s services include specialties in neurology and neurosurgery, including the renowned NeuroTexas Institute and the TIA Center for Stroke Prevention; cardiac services, including the acclaimed Texas Cardiac Arrhythmia Institute; a Bariatric Center of Excellence; the Breast Center; maternity and newborn services with Level I, II and III nurseries; orthopedics; inpatient and outpatient surgery; and inpatient and outpatient rehabilitation.