7 On 7 Off Neurohospitalist | Charleston SC | Primary Stroke Center | 320K Base
Roper St. Francis Healthcare, with 4 hospitals and a robust Primary Care footprint, is recognized as a Top 150 Places to work in Healthcare by Modern Healthcare. We are currently seeking a full-time Neurohospitalist to help an already well established and top performing Neurohospitalist group. If you are interested in working for a Modern Healthcare ranked 'Best Place to Work' for 4 consecutive years and a nationally recognized non-profit health system, then look no further!
• 4 current Neurohospitalist', recruiting to replace a physician who is departing in May
• 7 On 7 Off, 8am - 6pm schedule
• Fellowship trained in Vascular, Neurophysiology, or Epilepsy and proficient with acute stroke management preferred
• Proficiency in reading EEG's, administering tPA, and evaluating stroke patients for Thrombectomy
Compensation & Benefits:
• Flat base salary of 320K for 182 shifts. 2,000 per shift for additional shifts worked.
• Quality incentive up to 25K annually
• 25K sign-on bonus and 10K for relocation assistance
• Comprehensive benefits including Health, Retirement, CME, malpractice with tail coverage, etc.
• PSLF Eligible
Award-Winning Coastal City that is recognized as the No. 1 City in the US, Best Performing City in the US, and America's Biggest Boomtown.
• Remarkable city with historic architecture, a booming economy, world-class restaurant and entertainment options, famous golf courses, and so much more!
• Prime coastal setting with immediate access to some of the best beaches in the country
• #1 Ranked Public School System in South Carolina
• International Airport
For more information and to apply now please contact Ross Hegenwald using one of the following methods:
Employment Type: Full Time
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