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Tidelands Health
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Specialty: Neurology 
Candidate Type: MD, DO 
Visas Accepted: No J1 or H1
Loan Repayment: Not Specified
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Tidelands Health, along the beautiful coast of South Carolina, is seeking two general neurologists as we grow our neuroscience practice. This is a broad-scope general neurology practice in our new Tidelands Health Medical Park at The Market Common – an active and vibrant community in Myrtle Beach. One neurologist will provide full-time outpatient services and the second will provide outpatient services with inpatient consultations at both hospitals -- Tidelands Waccamaw Community Hospital and Tidelands Georgetown Memorial Hospital, which are 22 miles apart.

Teleneurology and telestroke are already in place for ongoing inpatient consultation as needed and will continue with the Medical University of South Carolina in Charleston. We have advanced primary stroke center designation at both hospitals. Both hospitals have also achieved Gold Plus and Target Stroke Honor Roll Elite Plus awards from The American Heart Association. Our outpatient neurological rehabilitation services are located in Murrells Inlet. Neurosurgeon onsite full-time at Tidelands Waccamaw Community Hospital. Our service area has been identified by the U.S. Census Bureau as the second fastest growing market in the country three years running. We offer a competitive salary, educational stipend, sign-on bonus, quality and production bonuses and a lucrative benefits package.

About Tidelands Health

Are you passionate about quality and committed to excellence? Consider joining our Tidelands Health team. As our region's largest health care provider, we are also one of our area's largest employers. More than 2,500 men and women at more than 60 Tidelands Health locations bring our healing mission to life each day.

From clinical experts to business professionals, a wide variety of talented, committed employee-partners comprise our work force. We celebrate diversity and a culture of transparency and fairness, and our health system has been repeatedly recognized as a progressive, forward-thinking employer both locally and nationally.

Whether you are seeking a hospital-based position or are interested in career opportunities in our many outpatient locations, we invite you to explore the possibilities afforded by a fulfilling career at Tidelands Health.

About Murrells Inlet

Once the lair of the infamous pirate Blackbeard, Murrells Inlet is now widely known as the "Seafood Capital of South Carolina" and is an ideal place for those who love to explore the outdoors. A half-mile-long Marsh Walk offers spectacular views and a chance to watch fishing boats come in with the day's catch, be it fresh fish, clams, oysters, or crabs pulled from the surrounding waters.

Thrill-seekers relish opportunities to parasail, ride a banana boat or drive a jet ski, while pirate-themed boat tours bring Murrells Inlet's history of pirates and adventurers to life. This fishing village has a boating experience for every taste, from kayaking at sunrise to a day-long chartered deep-sea fishing excursion to the Gulf Stream.  After dark, things get lively along the Marsh Walk, with live music streaming from several fun-filled establishments.

Known worldwide for its beauty, Brookgreen Gardens showcases its extensive American sculpture collection with the best nature has to offer. Founded by Archer and Anna Huntington in 1931, Brookgreen Gardens was their gift to the community they loved. Today it is a National Historic Landmark with one of the most significant collections of figurative sculpture, by American artists in an outdoor setting, in the world. Visitors will always find something in bloom, no matter what the season and the zoo offers an up-close look at local wildlife. For the adventurer, try a Carolina Safari tour through local attractions, or Blue Wave Adventures Dolphin Watch Tour, for a kayak or charter exploration for marine life.

Directly across the highway lies Huntington Beach State Park, originally a part of the Huntington's estate and now a must-see for the serious bird watcher. This 2,500-acre park also offers ocean-side camping, fishing and nature programs along the three miles of beach and hundreds of acres of salt marsh. This was also the summer residence of the Huntington's and their castle-like home, Atalaya, is open for exploration daily.

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Contact: Nicole Maclin 
Phone: 843-652-8016
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