We are looking for a Neurologist to join our busy hospital employed group practice. Must be able to do EMG’s and also read EEG’s.
Anticipated patient census per physician based past practice experience:
Number of patients in office each day, scheduled and walk-ins. - 20 per day
Number of consults per day - varies 4-6 per day
Number of EMG’s – 3-10 per week (done in hospital)
Number of EEG’s – 5 daily (done in hospital, read in office)
Number of telephone calls per night: 1-5 per evening and none between 11p.m. and 8a.m.
Call – Every 3rd weekend and shared call for weekdays (depending on who is seeing patients in hospital. Botox done in office.
Large Population of Admitting Diagnosis:
Syncope (passing out) Seizures CVA Headaches
Back Pain Parkinson's Disease Epilepsy Multiple Sclerosis
2 Nicolet / Vyasvs / Carefusion digital EEG Machines – approximately 800-1000 tests per year (purchased summer 2010)
Nicolet / Vyasvs EMG machine, Feb 2006 – over 300 per year
New Ambulatory EEG started late 2010 SBENEFITS
Option #1: Base salary of $247,461 (for those just completing training) with additional compensation for experience with a guaranteed salary for 2 years. Can be switched to a wRVU production contract when exceeding target. (5% less for those not yet boarded, switched when become boarded)
Option #2: Base salary of $317,348 (75%tile) guaranteed for one year and then switched to production contract. (5% less for those not yet boarded, switched when become boarded)
Vacation: 4 weeks plus holidays/sick days (29 PTO days).
*Additional 5 days when producing 75%tile wRVUs
CME/Books & Journals: 5 days and up to $5000
Bonus Incentives: Excellent bonus incentives up to 30% of salary
2 year contract also includes:
Deferred compensation: 457b plan. Defer compensation up to IRS limit. No matching. Retirement / Savings Plan: 403b plan. Defer compensation up to IRS limit. SOMC matches dollar for dollar up to 2% of base pay
Malpractice Insurance Coverage: in a claims made insurance, in an amount of $1,000,000, per claim/$3,000,000, aggregate
Health Insurance: nurse practitioner pays small premium, deducted from paycheck Non-compete: 70 mile and 2 year non-compete clause Medical School Loan Repayment: repayment of $25,000 per year up to $200,000. Signing bonus: 15% of base salary, forgiven over 2 years.
Community emergency response plan (CERP) – pay for call – explained by CFO Production contract is offered after 2 year term is completed, or physician can requested earlier if exceeding target.
Hospital Beds: 222 staffed
Service Area: over 120,000
Not-for-profit established in 1966
Employs: 2675 Medical Staff: 239
Surgical Procedure per year: 14,000+ (9,000+ are Same Day)
Number of Operating Suites: 2 Open Heart; 1 Hybrid (for peripheral vascular and open cardiac cases); 5 General Surgery Rooms; 4 Orthopedic Rooms; 5 Endo Suites with 1 ERCP Room; and 1 Cysto Suite located in the Endoscopy area (19 total rooms)
Regular OR Hours: Elective surgery scheduled Monday – Friday, 7:30 a.m. – 3:30 p.m.
Payor Mix: Insurance 31% Medicare 30% Medicaid 26% Self-Pay 7% Others 6%
- $100 million in new construction, expansion and refurbishment: Patient care addition; nursing units and 100 private beds – opened July 2009 Open heart/cardiac unit – open Dec. 2008
- New medical clinical laboratory library
- New Surgery and Emergency Department New lounge and physician area Additional parking for physicians
- New front entrance
11 Private LDRP (Labor, Delivery, Recovery, Post), 1,600 deliveries per year, 5 room triage area, 3 rooms for surgery patients, surgical room, holding nursery, and a 6 bed special care nursery. Critical Care Department: 16 ICU rooms (15 private), Circular floor set-up, Break away doors, sleeping rooms for on-call staff and medical students, and large waiting room with restrooms and vending machines.
23 beds (21 private) and 4 chairs, special pediatric room, drive-up lane, using computerize radiography (filmless), 2 x-ray rooms and a STAT lab – expanding to 47 beds. Teaching opportunities: SOMC has 3rd and 4th year medical students; Emergency Medicine, Family Practice, and OB/Gyn teaching and preceptorship experiences. Staff eligible for Clinical Adjunct Faculty status with Ohio University Heritage College of Osteopathic Medicine.