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Enterprise Medical Recruiting

Posted 4/1/2020

Movement Disorder Neurology Fellow to Join Atlanta Area Group Piedmont Healthcare seeks Movement Disorder Neurologist to join their robust physician group of 80+ physicians.

  • Employed opportunity for an experienced physician or new graduate.
  • Additional subspecialty interest in Epilespy, Headache, Multiple Sclerosis and Stroke welcome.
  • Call of 1:6.
  • Compensation at or greater to 75th percentile plus incentive bonus, sign-on bonus and relocation.
  • Teaching opportunities are available. Located an easy drive from Atlanta, Piedmont Columbus Regional is comprised of two hospitals serving more than 14 counties.

The Midtown Campus is the largest of the two hospitals and functions as a Level 2 Trauma Center, Neuroscience Center of Excellence and has a newly renovated Emergency and Trauma Center. Columbus offers a blend of vibrant artsy energy with unique local history and amazing food. Enjoy the countless outdoor activities including biking, kayaking, fishing or the zip line or visit the one of the many museums, ballet or orchestra. Columbus is loved by locals and visitors alike for its old-town charm, family-owned boutiques and friendly community. For additional information, please contact: Paul Smallwood 800-467-3737 executivejobs@enterprisemed.com PS-2002-84386

BETH ISRAEL DEACONESS MEDICAL CENTER - NEUROLOGY

Posted on 3/25/2020

FACULTY POSITION: MOVEMENT DISORDERS; BETH ISRAEL DEACONESS MEDICAL CENTER AND HARVARD MEDICAL SCHOOL The Department of Neurology at Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center (BIDMC) and Harvard Medical School (HMS) is searching for a new faculty member in the Division of Movement Disorders. Candidates must have MD degree or equivalent and be board certified or eligible in neurology with fellowship training in Movement Disorders, including the ability to lead our Deep Brain Stimulation (DBS) program. We are particularly interested in candidates with an interest in clinical or laboratory research relating to movement disorders. Level of faculty appointment will be commensurate with academic accomplishments.

Please send a CV, statement of research and career interests, and names of three references who can be contacted to: Dr. David K. Simon at dsimon1@bidmc.harvard.edu. BIDMC and HMS offer equal employment opportunity to all applicants for employment and to all employees regardless of race, color, religion, sex, gender identity or expression, national origin, age, citizenship, sexual orientation, ancestry, marital status, pregnancy, physical or mental disability, medical condition, protected veteran status, or any other characteristic protected by applicable law.

Carilion Clinic

Posted on 3/25/2020

The Division of Neurology at Carilion Clinic is seeking a fellowship-trained movement disorders neurologist to join a growing, sub-specialized neurology group. Based in Roanoke, Virginia, Carilion Clinic is an award-winning, community-based, physician led network of seven hospitals, primary and specialty physicians practices, and is affiliate with the Virginia Tech Carilion School of Medicine and Fralin Biomedical Research Institute (FBRI). We work together to provide quality care close to home for nearly 1 million Virginians. With an enduring commitment to the health of our region, we also seek to advance care through medical education and research, help our community stay health and inspire our region to grow stronger.

  • Outpatient only or combination of inpatient and outpatient
  • 100% Movement Disorder for those that are interested New Huntington Disease multidisciplinary clinic
  • Active functional Neurosurgery program with qualified and dedicated Neurosurgeon for Movement Disorder surgeries
  • Academic appointment at Virginia Tech Carilion School of Medicine Neurology residency program
  • Opportunity for research, clinical trials and teaching (Year 3 and 4 Med Students, Rotations from FM, IM, Psych, and Neurosurgery Residents)
  • Potential for leadership opportunities.
  • H1B visa support available

Compensation and Benefits

  • Competitive salary with productivity incentives- 260-280K based on experience
  • Up to 20% of base salary in quality and outcomes incentives
  • Additional productivity incentives
  • Up to $50,000 in Sign on Bonus
  • Student Loan repayment
  • 4 weeks of vacation, 2 weeks of CME to start $4,500 CME and Dues annual allowance
  • Health, dental, life, disability and paid malpractice and tail insurance
  • Fully funded Retirement Plan; 401(k)Plan; & 457(b) Plan
  • Relocation expense covered in full

Enjoy a high quality of life, which includes low crime rate, light traffic, fresh air, and friendly people. Take advantage of fantastic shopping, a top-notch restaurant scene, breweries, and wineries. The region offers big cultural opportunities with small city charm; more than 105 nationalities call this region home.

Contact: For more information contact/ submit CV to Karyn Farrell at kbfarrell@carilionclinic.org

Rush University Medical Center

Posted on 3/20/2020

The Parkinson’s Disease and Movement Disorders Program at Rush University Medical Center, Chicago, is expanding its program with a Deep Brain Stimulation focused position to join eleven other full-time Movement Disorders specialists. The program is seeking an Associate Professor or Associate-Professor eligible movement disorder neurologist to join its program focused on Patient Care, Research and Education. Applicants should have an interest in Deep Brain Stimulation, Focused Ultrasound and other interventional therapies, with a potential secondary interest in one of the following: genetics, cognition, neuropsychiatric issues, physiology, imaging or basic science.

Rush holds several Centers of Excellence designations and is the most stable program in Chicagoland. Faculty rank will commensurate with experience. This position will be predominantly clinically focused, with opportunities for research collaboration and educational initiatives. Qualified candidates must have completed a fellowship program and be Board Certified in Neurology. Candidates must possess a strong commitment to patient care, resident education, clinical medicine and research. Candidates should be eligible for a faculty appointment at the Associate Professor level or higher commensurate with their experience and accomplishments in Rush Medical College. This recruitment is part of a key strategic growth initiative at Rush. The Rush Parkinson’s Disease and Movement Disorders Program sees approximately 6000 adults and children per year, with all types of movement disorders. Fellows, neuropsychologists, psychiatry, and videography are integral parts of the program.

Rush University System for Health is an academic health system whose mission is to improve the health of the individuals and the diverse communities it serves through the integration of outstanding patient care, education, research and community partnerships. U.S. News & World Report ranked Rush University Medical Center among the top 50 hospitals in five specialties in its 2019-2020 Best Hospitals issue. Rush has received Vizient's Quality Leadership Award, ranking first among 99 academic medical centers across the country. In 2019, Rush was designated a leader in LGBTQ health care equality by the Human Rights Campaign for the 10th consecutive year and was one of only five hospitals from across the nation to be recognized by the American Hospital Association as an honoree for its annual Equity of Care Award.

Contact Information:

Sarah Brown

Email:
Faculty_recruitment@rush.edu

Phone:
(312) 563-2197

Website:
https://www.joinrush.org/jobs/_Movement_Disorders_Deep_Brain_Stimulation_Clinical_Faculty/Chicago_Illinois/100/194723/

Mount Auburn Hospital

Posted on 3/18/2020

MASSACHUSETTS, CAMBRIDGE-NEUROLOGIST with Movement Disorder focus:

Mount Auburn Hospital, a Harvard Medical School teaching hospital serving the greater Cambridge, MA area seeks a neurologist with an expertise in Movement Disorders. The ideal candidate should have completed a Movement Disorder fellowship, but also possess a strong interest in all of clinical neurology. The responsibilities of this position are to provide mostly outpatient neurology care, but also to provide inpatient and emergency care in rotation with the rest of the neurology attending staff. The candidate would grow an existing movement disorder practice. Medical education is a key responsibility as well; the selected neurologist will provide education of attending physicians, medical residents and medical students by contributing regularly to Medical Grand Rounds, Neurology Grand Rounds and all activities of the Division of Neurology. The incumbent will also receive a faculty appointment at Harvard Medical School at the Instructor or Assistant Professor rank. Candidates must be board certified/board eligible in neurology.

If interested, please send a CV and a letter of interest by email to: anant.shenoy@mah.harvard.edu We are an equal opportunity employer and all qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, disability status, protected veteran status, gender identity, sexual orientation, pregnancy and pregnancy-related conditions or any other characteristic protected by law. 

Contact Information:

Anant Shenoy

Email:
anant.shenoy@mah.harvard.edu

New Hanover Regional Medical Center

Posted on 3/18/2020

New Hanover Regional Medical Center in coastal Wilmington, NC is seeking a second movement disorder specialist for a busy outpatient clinic. The specialist will join a group of 10 neurologists and 10 advanced practice providers with specialties in neuromuscular medicine, headache, multiple sclerosis, epilepsy, and stroke/interventional neurology. This position features no hospital work or hospital call. There is a potential to work with medical students and residents and perform research if desired. Our practice adopts a subspecialty model and our goal is for you to see a majority of movement disorder patients. Please contact Matthew.Kalp@nhrmc.org for further details.

Contact Information

Matthew Kalp, MD, PhD

Email:
Matthew.Kalp@nhrmc.org

Website:
https://www.nhrmc.org/

Norton Neuroscience Institute

Posted on 3/10/2020

Norton Neuroscience Institute, composed of more than 65 sub-specialty fellowship-trained neurosurgeons, neurologists, neuropsychologists and advanced practice providers, is seeking a movement disorders fellowship-trained physician to provide movement disorders services. The ideal candidate will join a team of board certified movement disorders neurologists, fellowship trained functional neurosurgeons, neuropsychologist, therapist, and a nurse navigator, practicing in a dedicated Parkinson’s and Movement Disorder Center. The practice enjoys referral patterns from other neurologists in the practice as well as other physicians and providers within Norton Medical Group.

About the Position

  • Ability to practice majority movement disorder neurology in the Norton Neuroscience Institute Movement Disorder Center
  • Endowed chair opportunity available to support research focused on Parkinson’s and other movement disorders
  • Competitive compensation package, including sign-on, relocation assistance and a production bonus option. For candidates coming out of residency/fellowship we offer loan reimbursement and as a nonprofit health care system, qualify for federal student loan forgiveness. For experienced candidates relocating into the market, we offer a retention bonus
  • Close collaboration with both the Cressman Neurological Rehabilitation Center and a team of physical, occupational and speech therapists, all dedicated to treating patients with Parkinson's and other movement disorders
  • Monthly multidisciplinary deep brain stimulation (DBS) conference to discuss surgical candidates
  • Opportunity to work with fellowship-trained functional neurosurgeons experienced in awake and asleep DBS surgery
  • Opportunity to participate in the annual Norton Neuroscience Institute Symposium, as well as other continuing medical education events
  • Weekly neuroscience clinical conference with neurosurgery and neurology providers
  • Research opportunities and support available through the Norton Healthcare Research Office
  • No mandatory system stroke call
     

Contact Information
Tracy Shaughnessy

Email:
tracy.shaughnessy@nortonhealthcare.org

University of Delaware

Posted on 3/1/2020

The Motor Neuroscience and Neuroimaging Laboratory in the Department of Kinesiology and Applied Physiology at the University of Delaware (UD), led by Dr. Roxana Burciu, is seeking a highly motivated and enthusiastic student interested in pursuing a doctoral degree starting in Fall 2020. The lab’s mission is to advance knowledge of human neural control of movement and leverage this information to improve motor function, mobility and the quality of life of people with neurological impairment. The student will work in an innovative research program that combines advanced functional and structural brain MRI techniques and behavioral protocols to understand how the brain and behavior change in people with Parkinson’s disease. Our lab has access to UD’s Center for Biomedical and Brain Imaging which houses a 3T Siemens Magnetom Prisma whole-body MRI scanner and a 9.4 Bruker Biospec 94/20, designed for pre-clinical MR imaging and MRI research. The lab is also integrated with several other laboratories studying the neural control of movement in healthy and disease, which provides a rich scientific and collaborative community.

We welcome students who:

  • Have a background in neuroscience, kinesiology, psychology, biomedical engineering, or biomedical sciences.
  • Have experience with signal processing, MATLAB or similar programming languages.
  • Are team-minded, problem-solving oriented, and enjoy working with people.
     

For more information on UD’s interdisciplinary PhD program (Biomechanics and Movement Science) and admission requirements, please visit: https://sites.udel.edu/bioms/welcome/. Tuition waiver and stipend support is available through research and teaching assistantships. Prospective students should contact Dr. Roxana Burciu (rgburciu@udel.edu) with a brief email expressing their research interests and a current C.V. prior to applying.

Henry Ford Health System

Posted on 2/26/2020

The Parkinson's Disease and Movement Disorders Center of the Henry Ford Health System, located in West Bloomfield, Michigan, is seeking board eligible/certified neurologists with additional fellowship training in Movement Disorders to join our multi-disciplinary team. Henry Ford Health System, one of the largest and most comprehensive integrated U.S. health care systems, is a national leader in clinical care, research and education. The system includes the 1,200-member Henry Ford Medical Group, five hospitals, Health Alliance Plan (a health insurance and wellness company), Henry Ford Physician Network, a 150-site ambulatory network and many other health-related entities throughout southeast Michigan, providing a full continuum of care. The Department of Neurology is home to more than 50 neurologists and six fellowship programs (including 2 Movement Disorders Fellowship positions) at seven Henry Ford Health System sites throughout southeast Michigan. The Department offers the full spectrum of quaternary services and provides patient care to over 50,000 patients annually. The Parkinson’s and Movement Disorders Center is an academic Division, which provides advanced, cutting edge evidence-based care for a multitude of movement disorders problems. Available treatments include advanced medical options, deep brain stimulation, a DBS program with 2 fellowship trained functional neurosurgeons, and botulinum toxin injections etc. It is a national leader in movement disorder research, with more than 10 actively enrolling studies. Applicants with a specific interest in a clinical practice of movement disorders are welcome to apply. This subspecialty academic practice position also offers time for educational endeavors, including a teaching role with medical students, neurology residents, and movement disorder fellows.

Must have completed an ACGME/AOA approved Neurology residency.

Must be board eligible/certified in Neurology with additional fellowship training in Movement Disorders.

Contact information

Idris Hobdy
whobdy1@hfhs.org
(313) 629-6053

https://henryford.referrals.selectminds.com/

Wake Forest Baptist Health

Posted 2/21/2020

The Department of Neurology at Wake Forest Baptist Health/Wake Forest School of Medicine is seeking a fellowship trained Movement Disorders Neurologist to join a busy Movement Disorders program. This is an opportunity to join a thriving, academic, interconnected department with outstanding clinical and educational programs and expanding research programs

REQUIREMENTS

  • MD/DO
  • Board Certified/Board Eligible Neurology
  • Fellowship training in Movement Disorders
  • Successful record of clinical and service excellence, leadership and an interest in graduate medical education
  • North Carolina licensure or eligible

Interested applicants should contact any one of the following. 

Mustafa Saad Siddiqui, MD, FAAN
Professor of Neurology & Neurosurgery Section of Movement Disorders
Medical Director Deep Brain Stimulation Program
Department of Neurology Medical Center Boulevard
Winston-Salem, NC 27157
p 336.716.2357
f 336.716-9489
WakeHealth.edu
mssiddiq@wakehealth.edu

Charles H. Tegeler, MD
McKinney-Avant Professor and Interim Chair Department of Neurology
Wake Forest Baptist Medical Center
ctegeler@wakehealth.edu
Phone 336-716-3545
Fax 336-716-9489

Marshfield Clinic Health System

Posted 01/10/2020

Marshfield Medical Center is seeking a BC/BE Outpatient Neurologist to join a well-established practice in the Department of Neurology and Neurosurgery in any of our large regional centers throughout central, northern or western Wisconsin.
The choice of location will be determined on the candidate’s ideal community.
The ideal candidate will be Fellowship trained in Movement Disorders. Experience with botulinum toxin injections and deep brain stimulator programming is ideal. Opportunities for research and teaching residents and rotating medical students abound.
Weekend/weeknight call (phone only) is 1:6. J-1.
Visa sponsorship is available.

Compensation and Benefits:

-Competitive 2 year guaranteed salary, with production based salary following
-Educational Loan Assistance and/or competitive bonus
-4 weeks of vacation
-2 weeks CME to start, $5,800 CME annual allowance
-Health, dental, life, disability, and occurrence-based malpractice insurance
-Fully funded Retirement Plan; 401(k) Plan; & 457(b) Plan
-Fully funded relocation

Marshfield Clinic is an Equal Opportunity / Affirmative Action employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to sex, gender identity, sexual orientation, race, color, religion, national origin, disability, protected veteran status, age, or any other characteristic protected by law.

Contact Information:
Leslie Kremer

Address:
1000 N. Oak Avenue
Marshfield, WI, USA
54440

Email: 
kremer.leslie@marshfieldclinic.org

Phone: 
715-221-5778

Novant Health Institute Seeking Neurologist 

Posted 01/07/2020

Novant Health is seeking a compassionate, caring BC/BE Neurologist, fellowship-trained in Movement Disorders to join our rapidly growing neuroscience team. Novant Health Neuroscience and Psychiatry Institute offers a robust functional neurology program complete with DBS equipment. Novant offers a dedicated fellowship trained Functional Neurosurgeon and OR equipped with Guideline 5 and a CRW frame. Over the past three years, we have focused on building the Movement Disorder patient population via a fellowship-trained Movement Disorder outpatient neurologist.

Institution Address:
Novant Health
1918 Randolph Rd
Charlotte, NC, USA 28207

Contact:
cldelaney@novanthealth.org

Website: 
Novanthealth.org/career

VA Boston Healthcare System   

Posted 11/27/2019

Neurologist – Movement Disorders: An academic neurologist fellowship trained in Movement Disorders. Applicants should have clinical expertise in the recognition, diagnosis, and treatment of movement disorders. Essential duties of this position include: (1) the care of adult patients with movements disorders, and (2) teaching residents, fellows, and medical students (3) contributing to the Neurology Service as an attending in general neurology clinics and inpatient service.

Those interested in research including clinical trials and developing experimental therapeutics for movement disorders are also encouraged to apply. The successful candidate will be appointed to the faculty of BUSM at an appropriate academic level. Must have fellowship training in movement disorders. Must be Board Certified or Board Eligible in Neurology.

Contact Information

Neil Kowall, MD

Email: 
​Neil.Kowall2@va.gov

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