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Houston Vascular Neurology opportunities

Med Staff Matters

Last Updated: 7/26/21

Job Description

300 bed Primary Stroke Center in Houston recruiting for a Vascular Neurologist. The hospital is working towards Comprehensive Stroke designation. There could be a Directorship opportunity. They have 2 employed Neurologists there now one does emg and botox the other does epilepsy. The position would be in pt and outpt but they expect the position to evolve as the vascular and stroke component matures. Call is now 1-4. Telestroke service is in place.

Additional opportunity at another hospital in Houston for a modified neurohospitalist position. The schedule is 8-5 M-F. After hours is covered by a Telestroke program. Outpatient is optional. There are two employed Neurologists doing outpatient and consults. Stroke Gold Plus Accredited. You would be the Director of Stroke Program.

A few of the great things about Houston are:
' Diversity (one of the most diversified major cities in the country)

' International Airport

' Largest Medical Center in the world

' 14 colleges and universities in Houston

' Numerous Medical Schools, fellowships, and research programs

' Strong economy

' One of the fastest growing areas of the country

' Low taxes (no state income tax)

' Tort Reform

' Low cost of living

' Warm climate

' Seemingly endless cultural, sports, and leisure offerings

The hospital system utilizes the state of the art equipment, and fully supports each physician with appropriate staff, facilities, marketing, strong referral base, and equipment which creates low turnover of personnel.

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Company Details

Virginia Beach, Virginia, United States
Specializing in Physician Recruitment with principals having over twenty years of experience. Med Staff Matters, LLC recruits physicians and mid-levels for our clients’ organizations throughout the United States. We serve the needs of group practices, single and multi system hospitals, expanding solo, or group practitioners , specialty hospitals and community-based programs. Over the years w...