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(Archived) Neurosurgeon needed in South Texas

Last Updated: 2/24/19

Job Description

Neurosurgeon needed in South Texas

  • This would be to join 1 other Neurosurgeon in a neighboring town
  • Practice employs 50 physicians, including 15 FP residents. 
  • Employed specialties include general surgery, trauma surgery, neurology, endovascular neurology, hospitalists, intensivists, interventional cardiology, ID, orthopedics, palliative care, PM&R, OB/Gyn, primary care and sports medicine.
  • Neurosurgeon would be responsible for covering call on own patients and work out of 2 hosptials
  • Hospital call may be shared with one to two other community neurosurgeons.
  • Must be Board certified in Neurosurgery
  • The Brain and Spine Network is an integrated team including Neuro-endovascular, Neurosciences, Stroke, Neurosurgery, and Skilled Rehab.
  • Spanish speaking would be great with their 85% Hispanic population, but not required.  
  • Not a J-1 waiver or H-1B opportunity.
  • The Rio Grande Valley, one of the fastest growing areas in TEXAS, is a scenic cultural place like no other.  
  • Known as Texas' Tropical Playground, they are located a short 40 minutes from South Padre Island.
  • Year-round semi-tropical weather
  • No state income tax / Tort reform
  • Lowest cost of living in the U.S.
  • Great schools / Affordable housing
  • New medical school (UT-RGV) opening fall 2016
  • Health System is equipped with two full service campuses and 800+ beds
  • Competitive Base Salary with Productivity
  • Sign on bonus, relocation reimbursement
  • Health insurance, life insurance, malpractice insurance, PTO and CME reimbursement, 401K.

SF-1701-70535

Company Details


Enterprise Medical Recruiting

Chesterfield, Missouri, United States

Enterprise Medical Recruiting, a member of the National Association of Physician Recruiters, is a full service physician consulting and recruitment firm specializing in medical practices. Our protocol is to discuss what your priorities are in making a practice decision prior to any presentation of opportunities. Then, we will present only opportunities in which you will have a legitimate int...