General Neurology Job In Cleveland, Tennessee
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Cleveland, Tennessee 37311
Tennova Cleveland, is seeking a BE/BC Neurologist who is interested in helping the hospital become a Certified Primary Stroke Center. With the strong and rapid population growth, the clinic currently has a 3-month wait to see new patients. Cleveland, Tennessee has become the Technology/Manufacturing corridor between Cleveland and Chattanooga with new companies relocating and continuing to relocate in recent years. We're the only hospital within a 30-mile radius. Experienced providers and new grads are welcome to apply.
- Traditional inpatient/outpatient practice; general Neurology
- Leadership experience in building a Stroke Program is a plus with possibility of a Medical Directorship
- Manage a wide variety of acute neurological problems including stroke
- Procedures include: EMG, Evoke Response, NMR, Angiogram and Spinal Taps
- Main Office Building is adjacent to the Hospital
- 6-bed Sleep Unit available if physician has interest
- Use of Tele Neuro during night and weekends to cover Hospital call
- New Provider will work at one Hospital - No travel required between Hospitals or Clinics
Competitive/Comprehensive benefits package
Tennova Healthcare Cleveland is a 351-bed, two campus, full service, regional medical center providing outstanding healthcare to the City of Cleveland, Bradley County and surrounding communities. Services include surgery, digestive care, cardiology, interventional radiology, senior services, behavioral health, women's services, emergency and pediatric care.
More than 100,000 people call Cleveland and Bradley County home, and the hospital's primary and secondary service area encompasses approximately 200,000 people. One of the fastest growing cities in Tennessee, Cleveland is nestled away in the breathtaking foothills of the Tennessee Mountains - experience a small-city feeling with progressive business, thriving industry, quality schools (public, private, universities, community colleges), low cost of living/crime, and a wealth of culture - all in the heart of the Ocoee Region. Cleveland, TN is centrally located in the Southeast, is easily accessible via I-75 and just 2 hours from Atlanta, 2 1/2 hours to Nashville and Birmingham, and less than 30 minutes from Chattanooga!
Community Recognitions Include:
- Ranked 4th in the nation for attracting new business (Forbes)
- One of the 50 best places to raise a family (BusinessWeek.com)
- Ranked 8th on the Forbes.com list of the 100 Best U.S. Cities in Which to Live
- Ranked 25th on the New York Times list of Best Places to Visit in the Galaxy
- Named "Best Town Ever" in October 2011/2015 issues of Outside Magazine
- Bradley County School System is one of the Top School Systems in the State
- Home to well-known Fortune 500 Companies
Keep more of what you earn - Tennessee has no state income tax!
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More than 80,000 people call Cleveland and Bradley County home, and the hospital's primary and secondary service area encompasses approximately 200,000 people. One of the fastest growing cities in Tennessee, Cleveland is nestled away in the breathtaking foothills of the Tennessee Mountains. Cleveland is not only a beautiful place to be, it is only minutes away from the main thoroughfares allowing easy access to Chattanooga, Knoxville and Nashville, Tennessee; Atlanta, Georgia and Asheville, North Carolina. This allows residents of Cleveland the opportunity to experience many social and recreational activities.
It only takes one look to see that Cleveland is a good place to grow a business, offering a diverse mix of business and industry. There are companies such as Bowater Paper, Duracell Battery, Schering-Plough, M & M Mars, Newlywed Foods, Olin/Arch Chemicals, Maytag, Honeywell, Rubbermaid, Westvaco and Georgia Pacific. (There are 15 Fortune 500 companies.)
There is no personal state income tax.
There are many lakes for fishing, boating, skiing, kayaking and rafting. Just outside Bradley County is the breathtaking Ocoee River, host of the 1996 Whitewater Olympic Events. Peace and tranquility may also be found in the recreational parks, golf courses or picnic sites - the entire family will find something to do. Or choose to experience many of the noted regional attractions: the Tennessee Aquarium, national military park, Civil War museums and amusement parks. Neighboring Chattanooga offers many other recreational and social activities such as Chattanooga Lookouts minor league baseball, various festivals and celebrations. Regardless of your recreational and leisure interests, Cleveland has something just for you.
Adding to Cleveland's recreational appeal is the climate in the area. Cleveland enjoys four seasons: a vibrant spring, warm and sunny summer, rich and colorful fall and mild winter. Experience all four seasons, without shoveling snow!
Cleveland City and Bradley County School Systems have been among the 24 Tennessee communities to be awarded the Governor's A+ designation for Community Commitment to Excellence. They have maintained this designation since 1990. In addition, Cleveland offers private school alternatives, and for those who would like to home school, a viable support network is available. Higher education includes: Cleveland State Community College, Lee University and the Church of God Theological Seminary. In addition to the higher education in Cleveland, neighboring counties afford the opportunity to attend University of Tennessee at Chattanooga, Chattanooga State Community College and Bryan College.