Neuroradiology Job In El Paso, Texas
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If location, compensation, and work-life balance are your top priorities, please review the opportunity below.
• Location: one of the safest cities in America. No natural disasters and year round weather suitable for outdoor activities. A culture where all are welcome.
• Compensation: you can be as financially successful as you want to be. A strong work ethic is rewarding.
• Work-life Balance: traffic is a non-issue and you are never more than twenty minutes away from anywhere (including the international airport). A place where personal interests, family and leisure activities can be enjoyed.
Specialty: Endovascular Neurosurgery and/or General Neurosurgery
Practice: HCA Employed Opportunity.
Great opportunity with a rapidly growing hospital system in a growing community. The Administration is in full support of this opportunity and will provide what is necessary to support continued growth in neurosciences. Has excellent diagnostic capability. Join current Neurosurgeon already working at our facilities.
Compensation: Yearly salary plus wRVUs and paid call. Benefits include health, dental, vision, Medical Malpractice, 401K, annual CME, PTO, relocation reimbursement.
Requirement: BE or BC
Medical Center: Knowledgeable, dedicated & energetic support staff, supportive administrations.
Del Sol Medical Center has 336 beds and is a Trauma, Level II facility. Stroke certified and has the busiest ER in the city. Excellent outreach to city and surrounding communities.
• New Bi-plane.
Las Palmas Medical Center has 300 beds and is a full service, acute care facility. With 500 physicians and 850 staff, Las Palmas is fast becoming El Paso’s hospital to go to for Neuro Services.
• Two state of the art $16M Neuro OR’s attached to a 10 bed Neuro ICU.
• Third Neuro OR has bi-plane/angio suite
• Stroke Certified
Community: El Paso is the sixth largest city in Texas with a population of 800,000 and enjoys outstanding year round weather. The cost of living is low and the medical community is sophisticated and welcoming to new physicians. It has small town closeness with the amenities of large city. It is a family oriented city where life is easy. Beautiful housing and excellent school systems make this a great place to live and raise a family. An international community, rich in culture. Quality of life is superior. El Paso is the safest city in the United States.
Things to do: Year round great weather (no humidity), 2 1/2 hour drive from pine forest (snow skiing, weekend cabin/home in the mountains), international airport, off Broadway shows, NCAA Division I sports, mountain biking, cycling, hunting, hiking, cross country running, great selection of restaurants…..
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Education: Great public schools (magnet high schools specializing in medicine, engineering, business), University town with a Medical School and two GME programs. Universities include:
- UTEP www.utep.edu
- Texas Tech www.ttuhsc.edu/elpaso
- NMSU www.nmsu.edu
- El Paso Community College www.epcc.edu
Biomedical Research & Technology Hub: Fast becoming one of the most successful & recognized life science centers in the Western Hemisphere. Strategically located on the ‘Latin Coast’, El Paso universities and regional schools are ensuring the future of being at the cusp of medical research and development.
Housing: Excellent pricing - you must see to believe. Quiet and safe neighborhoods to choose from.
Marion County, with Ocala at its heart, boasts of winding community pathways that are canopied with oak trees and dangling trellises of Spanish Moss, Silver Springs - Nature's Theme Park, the Ocala National Forest, the rolling green fields of horse farms, historic districts, outstanding golf courses, friendly communities, crystal-clear rivers, and fresh-water springs. Also, the subtropical climate makes Marion County a vacation destination year-round. Marion County has a population of approximately 316,000 and is conveniently located one hour from the east and west coasts of Florida and one hour from Orlando.
Every year thousands of new residents begin calling Marion County home, keeping it among the three fastest growing areas in the nation. The county's welcoming atmosphere makes transitions easy. The variety and affordability of housing ensures that there are homes to suit every taste, lifestyle and budget. Whether the choice is a home in town or in the country, residents are never far from schools, health care providers, churches, shopping and commercial centers, governmental services, cultural and recreation activities and above all, the beauty that nature has bestowed upon Marion County.
Del Sol Medical Center is the only full service, acute care hospital in East El Paso. Built in 1974, Del Sol has continued to expand its services, acquire the latest technology, offer innovative programs and build new facilities. In 2002, the hospital completed a $39M expansion project that resulted in a new Intensive Care Unit, a Coronary Care Unit, and Ambulatory Surgery Unit, and a Woman's Health Center.
With the latest medical equipment in place and our caring staff, we are serving the medical needs of our growing population with the highest quality of care.
- Licensed Beds: 336
- Staff: 1,325
- Physicians: 500"