General Neurology Job In West Jordan, Utah
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Steward Health Care is seeking a General Neurologist to join their Jordan Valley and Jordan Valley West Campus teams. New physician will be responsible for a 75% - 100% general neurology case load and can expect to be busy from the start with an average patient load of 18-20 patients per day. Call will be 1:3, however the new physician’s schedule will be reduced by 50% on call days.
The hospital has a Level III Trauma center, a stroke program, and a comprehensive cancer center. Hospital also has robust programs to include physical medicine, orthopedics, sleep lab and full range of imaging modalities.
If you are interested in walking into a large patient base, this is the perfect opportunity for you. Come live and work in one of the most beautiful places out West!
- Must be BC/BE and licensed in the state of Utah
- Fellowship training preferred but not required
- Salary + RVU production bonus + call compensation
- Opportunities for leadership development are available
- Willing to accept visa candidates
The Salt Lake City area is a very family friendly environment and a wonderful place to live and raise a family with an excellent public school system and clean, safe communities. Salt Lake City incorporates all of the big city amenities (theater, arts and professional and collegiate sports) while keeping many of the cons of most large cities at a minimum. Housing is very affordable and congestion is much less than most other areas with a comparable metropolitan area. This area has four distinct seasons and Park City, Utah is only 40 miles away. There are a dozen ski resorts within an hour's drive. The Salt Lake City area is a great place to practice medicine!
In 1963 Pioneer Valley Hospital opened its doors with three operating rooms and forty beds. Today this west side medical facility is host to over 36,000 emergency room visits, making it one of the busiest emergency departments in the state.
In 2004 Pioneer Valley Hospital completed an 18-month long, $14 million construction project which included more than 88,000 square feet of expansion and renovations and a significant investment in state-of-the-art medical technology.
The project was conducted in two phases with the first phase producing a new 16,800 square foot emergency room with separate entrances for ambulances and walk-in patients. The second phase included the remodel of approximately 33,400 square feet in the areas of radiology, endoscopy, the baby nursery, hospital laboratory, central sterilization, and outpatient services.
Now known as, Jordan Valley Medical Center West Valley Campus, the medical center has maintained its long-time commitment to providing expert healthcare with kindness and compassion.