Neurohospitalist Job In Houston, Texas
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Superb Hospital System in Houston has a need for Vascular trained Neurohospitalist for their Community based hospital in one of the most desired locations in the city! Neurohospitalist position with a flexible schedule which could be 7 on 7 off. Flexibility includes being able to have a clinic while on the schedule, or focus on inpatient. Join a very busy and well established neurology practice. All of the doctors are general with sub specialties (not neurohospitalist) are 1-4 weeks out from seeing patients. Each doctor sees about 10-13 patients per day (Mon-Thurs) and then about 5-7 patients on Friday mornings. The afternoons on Friday are used for administrative time in the office.
Neuroscience & Spine Center: Includes access to state-of-the art imaging and surgical technologies as well as on-site physical, occupational and speech therapy.
New Bed Tower: Opened Spring of 2016; bringing our total bed count to 347 (40 of the total beds are ICU beds).
• Located in the fastest-growing large county in the U.S. 2013-2016, current population 741,237 (U.S. Census Bureau, 2017)
• Payor Mix in 2015 is 70% managed care; projected to grow to 77% by 2020
• The County’s average Household Income (HHI): $118,558; projected to grow to $129,027 by 2020
Diverse population (#4 nationwide). Regional leader in job creation regionally and high ranking nationally. Regional leader in household income. Named the safest city in Texas and #20 in the nation. Regional leader in High School Graduation, to name a few.
Texas has no state income tax, and is a physician friendly state with tort reform in place.
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Med Staff Matters, LLC recruits physicians and mid-levels for our clients’ organizations throughout the United States. We serve the needs of solo and group practices, hospitals, Home Health organizations, specialty hospitals and community based programs. We attribute our success to being in the business long enough to realistically assess the likelihood of satisfactory completion of the recruitment process. We are able to filter through the niceties of interviewing to find out what the issues, and obstacles are to successful recruitment. We understand that wasting time for the sake of being engaged with a client or candidate is not going to help anyone achieve their goals.
We recruit almost all specialties, and Primary Care as well. We also respond quickly to employer requests to recruit a specialist even if we do not have any interested candidates on hand.
We focus on trying to make a match based on the mutual interests and needs of both candidate and employer. The goal is to make a lasting match, rather than throwing a deal together for a short term gain. This ethic has resulted in the need for only six replacements of candidates during the guarantee period in over two decades of contingency recruiting.
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