Hancock, MI / Neurology / Adult + Geriatric, Outpatient

Location: Michigan
Duration: Permanent - Full Time
Job ID: JO-1712-27423
Category: Neurology - General/Other
Job Posted: 08/13/18
Hiring a BC/BE Neurologist for mainly Adult/Geriatric Outpatient in Michigan’s UP!   A medical center in Hancock, Michigan is hiring a BE/BC Neurologist to step into a full, turn-key general practice. Position is full-time, permanent , and employed in beautiful northern Michigan. This practice has an established patient base and will ramp up quickly. Schedule will be full-time. This is a mainly adult/geriatric outpatient practice with some Inpatient consults. Other specialties in the clinic include Oncology, Rheumatology, AMS clinic and Urology. Offering a complete compensation package including: Loan Repayment options, 401(k) with immediate match, Medical/Dental/Vision Benefits Life, AD&D, Mal/Tail Insurance, PTO, CME time + CME Reimbursement, and Relocation Assistance.   Hancock, Michigan: this community brings together small-town values and cosmopolitan diversity. Combined with the natural beauty of the area, it is a perfect place for people to explore their many and varied interests. The Keweenaw is a four-season wonderland for outdoor enthusiasts. Camping, fishing and hunting are popular year-round. Hundreds of miles in trail systems are developed for off-road motorized recreation such as ATVing and snowmobiling. There are hundreds of miles of trails for the avid silent sports culture including hiking, mountain biking, snowshoeing, and Nordic skiing. Because of the endless miles of shoreline offered by Lake Superior and many of the inland lakes, water sports and recreation are a mainstream activity in the warmer months. The Keweenaw is home to two universities — Michigan Technological University and Finlandia University. These institutions of higher education compliment the rich and rugged history of the area. They create a vibrant community that benefits from being active, educated, and engaged. The Keweenaw Peninsula is often called the “Copper Country” because of the amount of natural “float” copper found beneath the surface. In fact, at 90 percent pure, much of this copper is the purest in the world. Contact Elizabeth Salozzo at esalozzo@source-medical(dot)net and reference JO-1712-27423.  

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Address: ATTN: Elizabeth Salozzo

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