General Neurology Job In El Paso, Texas
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The Hospitals of Providence in El Paso, TX are seeking Neurohospitalists or Neurologists to join our Neuroscience division. There is an urgent need for your services! Practice can accommodate candidates looking for Neurohospitalist and/or combination of inpatient and outpatient mix. M-F 8-5. Outpatient/Inpatient. IP requirements will be shared with current providers . Shared on-call with other providers 1:3
Spanish speaking a big plus.
Experiencing El Paso is living in a place rich with culture and history where a diverse population proudly celebrates their different heritages. A diverse mix of Latin cultures is the foundation of this city, serving as the backdrop for many restaurants, theaters, cultural events, and traditional architecture.
A true “border town,” El Paso takes pride in being named one the country’s Safest Places to Live.” El Paso’s residents enjoy a lower than average cost of living and successful public school system that has been the model for other school systems in the country. Families can also enjoy the many public parks and golf courses year-round, in addition to over 50 museums and art galleries.
Consider El Paso!
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El Paso Info:
Medical School with Residency & Fellowship Programs,
Division I Universities, and Private Colleges
NO STATE INCOME TAX
300+ clear days of sunshine with very low humidity
AVG Summer Temp: 85-95°
AVG Winter temp: 50-55°
AVG annual rainfall: 8-11 inches
Economic & Military Expansion
Ranked #2 Best Performing City – Forbes
Unemployment Rate 15% below U.S. Average
Population & Demographics
Our community is 70-80% bilingual
Do not need to be bilingual to fit into our community
City Pop: cresting 850,000
Region Pop: approx. 2.6 million
Median Resident Age: 31
2.8 million people live in the region of El Paso. There is an active Army base with 31,000 members. El Paso is one of the most family friends cities in the country, and ranked the second safest largest city. El Paso’s residents enjoy a lower than average cost of living and successful public school system that has been the model for other school systems in the country. There are private schools as well to chose from. Families can enjoy the many public parks (home to the largest urban park in the nation) and golf courses year-round in addition to over 50 museums and art galleries. The Sun Bowl is located in El Paso. Texas is a tort reform state; therefore, physician friendly. El Paso has a minor league baseball team, symphony, museums, excellent dining options and shopping. The El Paso airport is very easy to get in and out of making travel simple and efficient. You can enjoy living in the mountains, and skiing is just two hours away.
For over 30 years, Sierra Medical Center has provided the southwest and our international neighbors with the highest caliber of Cardiac and Neurological services. Inside our walls you’ll find more than 350 beds and an amazing staff of doctors, nurses and staff offering the full range of medical and surgical needs.
We are most proud of being recognized, for three years in a row, with the Consumer Choice Award from the National Research Corporation, an award based on community preferences for best image and overall quality. Beyond recognition from the individuals and families we treat, we’ve received a few more accolades that give credence to our goal in providing the best treatment to whomever walks in our doors.
We achieved recognition by HealthGrades as the number one hospital in the El Paso region for clinical excellence, two consecutive years running. We’re the only hospital in El Paso ranked in the top 5% nationally and our surgery department has received national recognition with the only Sterotactic Radiosurgery option in El Paso. In addition, our accredited Chest Pain Center has been awarded the PCI designation from the Society of Chest Pain Centers.