Adventist Health St Helena is actively seeking a Board Certified Neurologist to work out of a hospital owned and operated clinic and serve the ever-growing need for our Napa Valley community. Newly trained as well as experienced candidates will be considered. This position is for someone who wants to live and work in a beautiful, family-friendly community filled with outdoor activities.
This is a full-time opportunity with a Monday through Friday schedule. EMG is not required but would be helpful. Patient population consists of Epilepsy, headache/ migraines, Parkinson’s, Dementia/Alzheimer’s, MS, tremors, neuropathy, trigeminal neuralgia, Huntington’s and minimal stroke. Incoming provider must have experience/ability to see and treat stroke patients and help our hospital attain 'stroke ready' certification.
Incoming candidate will be joining a multi-specialty practice but will be the solo neurologist with support from Tele-neurology team. No ED call is required.
Physician must be California licensed or eligible and meet the hospital's medical staff credentialing standards.
Employed Model: Physicians Network Medical Group (PNMG)
About the Hospital
Adventist Health St. Helena (AHSH) is a premier destination facility and the longest continually operating Seventh-day Adventist hospital, offering innovative wellness programs and other quality health care services in the Napa Valley region. AHSH includes 151 licensed hospital beds, 61 psychiatric beds at the Center for Behavioral Health in Vallejo and 14 rooms for residential wellness programs. Services include addiction treatment and behavioral health, regional Heart and Vascular Center, home care, maternity, occupational medicine, orthopedics, outpatient cancer center, sleep disorders center, surgery, 12 outpatient clinics and specialist offices and the St. Helena Center for Health.
Adventist Health St. Helena is unique in many ways, and the location is no exception. Situated just outside the beautiful town of St. Helena, the hospital is surrounded by rolling hills and vineyards. Breathtaking views can be seen in every direction, giving patients and employees a one-of-a-kind perspective of this beautiful part of Northern California.
The Napa Valley is famous not only for its beautiful vineyards and a mild climate, but also for its amenities and activities. Nearby towns vary in size and culture, and all offer a hometown atmosphere, community resources, great schools and a variety of neighborhoods to suit both single people and families. Nature lovers enjoy biking, kayaking and hiking the surrounding hillside trails. Others enjoy the arts, the romantic history and the creative spirit embraced by the local residents. The Pacific Ocean, just 65 miles away or one and a half hours by car, provides stunning views along with coastal activities. San Francisco, just one and a half hours away by car, gives new meaning to the term "day trip." In fact, the City-by-the-Bay consistently ranks as the country's number one tourist destination. From award-winning local restaurants to world famous museums, sporting events and cultural centers, the choices are endless.
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