Physician / Neurology: Stroke Medical Director / Somerset, KY
Neurologist needed in Somerset, Kentucky.
Regional Hospital a 295 bed regional facility is searching for a Neurologist to join our team.
Successful candidate would establish a clinical outpatient practice as well as provide inpatient neurology consults services and ED call on a rotational basis.
Call would be 10 days per month.
We currently have a dedicated neuro floor that includes ICU and telemetry beds with two neurosurgeons as back-up.
We are a Joint Commission Certified Primary Stroke Center.
Ideal candidate would practice general neurology with other fellowships an asset, preferably Stoke.
Ideal candidate would practice general neurology with the desire to take care of stroke patients and also be our Stoke Medical Director.
In addition to taking care of the stroke patients in our community the ideal candidate would participate in our Internal Medicine and Family Medicine Residency Program by precepting our resident and students on neurology rotations.
Your Compensation Package:
Salary consistent with MGMA current year benchmarks; post training years factored into offered salary
Sign on Bonus
Student Loan Repayment
Hospitalist service to admit patients
Lower cost of living
Safe Community with great schools
Lake Cumberland community surrounded by the outdoors
Somerset, Kentucky – Community of 15,000 and the county pop of 70,000. Pulaski County hosts 4 million tourists each year, adding to our economic diversity. Somerset and Pulaski County combine the vacation lifestyle that surrounds majestic Lake Cumberland. This is a medium size progressive and developed community that offers local amenities that we all enjoy on a daily basis. We’re home to one of the largest man-made lakes in the United States with more shoreline than the state of Florida & offer a moderate climate and an incredibly low cost of living. Somerset is the 42 multi-county “regional hub” for healthcare, entertainment, education, shopping, technology and recreation, so there s a lot to do.
The secret here is we are the epicenter of life for 300,000+ in our region, with the amenities centrally located here so although we offer an open, relaxed, pastoral life which is wrapped in the traditional friendliness of Kentuckians, we also have many amenities that are unusual for a town of our population.
If you consider our lower cost of living and milder four seasons, we compare favorably to the Finger Lakes of New York, Cape Cod, Myrtle Beach, or Florida no harsh winters, or hurricanes either!
And we’re under 3 hours to 5 major cities and their International airports about 90 minutes to Lexington.
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