We are seeking a Board Certified or Board Eligible Neurologist with strong Inpatient interest to bolster our Inpatient Neurology services.
The physician will work closely with neurosurgeons, neurologists and interventional neuroradiologists to serve established multidisciplinary programs associated with the Johnston-Willis Stroke Center.
Johnston-Willis Hospital was Richmond?s first accredited hospital for stroke treatment and the first and only hospital in the nation to earn the Joint Commissions Certificate of Distinction for Brain Tumors and sets the standard for neuroscience care.
? Seeking Inpatient Neurologist with emphasis on Stroke
? Stroke Fellowship training is preferred
? Flexible work schedule depending on the needs of the candidate?schedule includes physician shared call rotation
? Competitive compensation offered.
? A Stroke Medical Directorship may be offered to a qualified candidate
Johnston-Willis Hospital Stroke Program:
? Johnston-Willis is the only non-academic, community hospital and second in the state to earn comprehensive stroke certification.
? Dedicated 12 private NSICU rooms ? equipped with Stratus Critical Care Booms.
? The area?s only community hospital equipped to perform Deep Brain Stimulation.
? Step down unit with 23 private dedicated neuroscience rooms featuring the latest in nurse call and monitoring systems allowing for better response times.
? New Epilepsy Monitoring Unit.
? Hospitalist/Intensivist/Nocturnist support
? On-site 44-bed inpatient Rehab Unit staffed with two full-time Physiatrists.
? See more Johnston-Willis Information at http://www.hcavirginia.com/service/johnston-willis-hospital-neurosciences-and-stroke
Experience a positive, professional work environment in a top tier facility located in one of the most livable cities in America. Richmond has a metropolitan population of nearly one million residents. The city is deep in history with terrific neighborhoods, museums and festivals year round. The city also boasts the largest Southeast's largest museum - The Virginia Museum of Fine Arts. With easy access to Interstates 95 and 64, Washington, D.C., Virginia's beaches and the Shenandoah Mountains are only an hour and a half away. In the city you will find a wealth of small-town charm and big-city amenities woven into a landscape catering to all walks of life. The area enjoys four distinct seasons, including one of the most remarkable displays of fall foliage along the Eastern seaboard.
Please note that this opportunity does not offer Visa support.