Price, Utah: We are looking for the right Neurologist to establish a general adult solo practice in this scenic college town two hours SE of Provo.
This is an inpatient and outpatient role, so the incoming neurologist must reside locally.
Physicians requiring J1 or H1b visa support are encouraged to apply. MDs and DOs, new and experienced candidates are all welcome.
In this general practice, you will see a full range of neurological conditions including stroke, dementia, movement disorders, headaches, epilepsy, sleep disorders, chronic pain management, multiple sclerosis, or neuromuscular diseases. Fellowship trained specialists are welcome with the understanding that needs here are broad in scope, and your subspecialty will be just part of your practice.
This search is well supported by the hospital and physician staff, meaning you will enjoy a strong referral base. The sponsoring hospital serves over 30,000 area residents, and is fully equipped with a modern CT scanner, MRI, on-site Sleep Lab, and more!
You will have the choice of being employed by the sponsor hospital, or you may establish your own private practice.
If employed, you will earn a fine compensation and benefits package that includes paid relocation, a cash signing bonus, health, dental and vision insurance, life and disability insurance, plenty of paid time off for vacations, plus paid time off plus a budget for your CME, student loan assistance, participation in a retirement plan with employer contributions, and even an employee stock option plan, also with company matching!
In the private practice option, the hospital will provide an income guarantee and sufficient support to cover all the overhead as you launch your new practice. This opportunity has arisen out of a need to provide expanded services.
You will have the option of sharing call with an associate at a sister hospital.
Price is located in the high desert of Eastern Utah. Home to several thousand people, this community combines diverse cultural options with beautiful scenery. Utah State University/College of Eastern Utah in Price has an enrollment of 2,500, and the campus draws many events: art, music, theatre, dance and concerts. The college also houses a Prehistoric Museum with one of the world’s finest collections of dinosaur tracks and skeletons, plus a prehistoric Native-American exhibit. Price hosts several annual festivals and fairs plus, art festivals, rodeos, stock car racing, and mountain bike festivals too!
This region provides plenty of opportunities to enjoy the great outdoors in a mild, appealing climate! Fishing, hunting, hiking, biking, golf, water sports and historical sightseeing are available all around. This is dinosaur country! More whole skeletons have been uncovered in Utah quarries than anywhere else in the world.
Nearby Nine Mile Canyon, called the “World’s Longest Art Gallery,” features thousands of ancient pictograph and petroglyph drawings on canyon walls. The canyon is fraught with hiking and biking trails, and wonderful opportunities for viewing wildlife viewing. The nearby Green River carves canyons through the desert and is popular for whitewater rafting.
The Utah countryside is a photographer’s dream! From the forests to the desert, the mountains to the local lakes and rivers, this diverse region offers choices for everyone.
With easy access to major highways, the cities of Provo and Salt Lake City are within easy driving distance.