Desert Regional Medical Center is a 385 bed hospital and Comprehensive Stroke Center that serves a catchment area of approximately 700,000 people. We have a great need for a EMG trained Neurologist who is also willing to participate as teaching faculty for our ACGME Neurology Residency program. A fellowship trained specialist would have the opportunity to both develop a program and take an active role in the education of the residents. There is a potential to develop a robust and lucrative practice as the group includes General Neurology, Vascular Neurology, Movement Disorder specialist, Pediatric Neurology, & Epileptologists. This job offers job security and quality of life in a beautiful Southern California community that has something for everyone. If you are seeking a position in a picturesque, warm weather location, and you like being near a large metropolitan area but not living right in the middle of it, then please consider this great opportunity!
- Employed Foundation model – competitive compensation and benefits
- Outpatient site adjacent to hospital. Main site is on campus at DRMC, Satellite clinics in La Quinta and Yucca Valley. Will rotate depending on patient need.
- Outpatient clinic Monday-Friday 8am-5pm
- No call
This is a 100% outpatient practice with regular M-F business hours as all inpatient services are handled by full time Neurohospitalists. We have no doubt that the right physician will ramp up quickly and settle into a comfortable and secure long term career opportunity. Candidates must be Board Eligible in Neurology with fellowship training and proficiency in EMG. Active CA license, or in process preferred. Please send CV for immediate consideration.
Palm Springs is 2 hours from the Pacific Ocean, Los Angeles, Orange County, San Diego and the Big Bear Mountain Ski resorts. This beautiful sun drenched desert community lies at the foot of the San Jacinto peak (10,800’), the 2nd highest mountain in Southern California. Here you will find an abundance of outdoor activities. Enjoy golf, tennis, hiking and biking, as well as a variety of restaurants, high end shopping and cultural amenities. This is not just a resort and retirement area. This region, with approximately 600,000 year round residents, has attracted many young families in recent years and continues to grow.