Premier Physician Network (PPN) and the Department of Neurology at Wright State University Boonshoft School of Medicine is seeking a BC/BE neurologist with subspecialty interests in Neuromuscular disorders to join a growing, established, multi-disciplinary Clinical Neuroscience Institute (CNSI) and affiliated Neurology Residency program (4 per class).
Candidate should be comfortable with all aspects of neuromuscular evaluations (clinical/procedural) and have specific board certifications in neuromuscular medicine or be planning on obtaining this accreditation. He/she will partner with a large (20 neurologists), employed, neurology group of various subspecialists. The candidate will enjoy an already established neuromuscular referral network and neuromuscular focused patient practice with state of the art equipment. Candidate will collaborate with the Comprehensive Neuroscience Institute (partnership between The Department of Neurology Wright State University Boonshoft School of Medicine and Premier Health) and will be reviewed for a faculty appointment and be comfortable with involvement in clinical program development.
The Clinical Neuroscience Institute has multiple office locations and is responsible for covering the main teaching hospital for inpatient neurology needs. Call would be competitively spaced and fairly distibuted, but expected. Thankfully, all call would be from home and limited only to general neurology – main hospital is a JCO Comprehensive Stroke Center, thus all stroke call is handled by a separate team. All CNSI offices and hospitals are equipped with EMR and wireless communication and state of the art imaging and laboratory technology.
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