Career Compass—May, 2023

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What’s Inside

Prescription for a Healthy

Job Search: Three Perspectives

How to Keep Your Job Search

Under the Radar

Top 10 Ways to Overcome

Application Hesitation

May 2023

Ardent Health Services has Rewarding Neurology Opportunities Nationwide:

• General Neurology

• Neurohospitalist

• Neurological Subspecialties

• Teleneurology

Ardent Health Services, with more than 200 sites of care in growing urban markets across six states, has earned a reputation as one of the industry’s strongest - and most innovative hospital operators.

LOCATIONS: Opportunities that fit any lifestyle in Idaho, New Mexico, Oklahoma and Texas.

Recruitment Package may include:

• Base salary + wRVU

• CME allowance

• Sign-on bonus

• Medical debt assistance

• Relocation allowance

• Residency stipend

• Paid malpractice coverage

• Health benefits + retirement plan

• Marketing + practice growth assistance

Ardent is a place where you can grow in your career, know your work is valued, appreciated, and makes a difference in the lives of our patients and their families. Visit for current opportunities.

Neurology Career Opportunities


CHILDREN’S NEUROSCIENCE INSTITUTE , affiliated with the UofL School of Medicine, are recruiting multiple board-certified or board-eligible physicians to Louisville, Kentucky, and surrounding areas. Our program offers multidisciplinary research pathways and expanding facilities, including a comprehensive neuroscience space that opened in June 2021.

The ideal candidates will have an opportunity to join a collaborative team of more than 115 subspecialty neuroscience providers. Career opportunities are available in the following programs:

y Child neurology

y Epilepsy

y General neurology

y Headache

y Memory disorders, Alzheimer’s disease and dementia

y Movement disorders

y Multiple sclerosis

y Neuromuscular disorders

y Neuro-oncology

y Neuro-ophthalmology

y Pediatric epilepsy

To discuss this opportunity, contact Angela Elliott, senior recruiter, providers, Norton Medical Group, at (859) 613-1984 or

Norton Healthcare is an Equal Opportunity Employer M/F/Disability/Veteran/ Sexual Orientation/Gender Identity
RESEARCH STUDIES over the past decade 130 Participating in more than Named one of 100 GREAT neurosurgery and spine programs by BECKER’S HOSPITAL REVIEW LEADER in using innovative and cutting-edge technology and robotics ABOUT NORTON NEUROSCIENCE INSTITUTE


a 100 -top hospital with a established 4 year categorical neurology residency program!

St. Luke’s University Health Network, the region’s largest, most established health system, and major teaching hospital is seeking full time Board Certified/Board Eligible general and fellowship -trained neurologists for both subspecialty outpatient opportunities and neurohospitalist positions.

St. Luke’s Neurology Associates is part of the network’s Neuroscience Service Line, a comprehensive and integrated team comprised of neurologists, neurosurgeons and neuro-rehabilitation offering leadingedge care for all subspecialties in neurology.

In joining St. Luke’s University Health Network you’ll enjoy:

• Loan Repayment program – up to $100,000

• Residents and Fellows - enjoy a generous final year stipend

• Team- based care with well -educated, dedicated support staff

• Exceptional compensation package, starting bonus, and relocation reimbursement

• A culture in which innovation is highly valued

• Rich benefits package, including malpractice, health and dental insurance, and CME allowance

• Work/life balance and flexibility

• Teaching, research, quality improvement and strategic development opportunities

Your Next Career IS

We’re looking for the following additions to our growing team of 34 neurologists and 22 Advanced Practitioners!

Stroke | Neuromuscular | Movement Disorders

Neurohospitalist | Headache | Neuro-Rehab

Our providers and their families benefit from working at a top -notch health network and enjoy living in many thriving communities with high -performing public and private schools that appeal to their personal interested and circumstances!

*Unfortunately, we cannot sponsor visas

If you are interested in learning more about this opportunity, please contact:

Drea Rosko

Senior Physician Recruiter

St. Luke’s University Health Network

Neurology Opportunities in New Jersey & New York

If you are looking for a collaborative, dynamic, physician -led practice environment where you can learn, grow, and excel in providing integrated, multidisciplinary, patient centered care, then Summit Health is the place to be! We are seeking board-certified/board-eligible Neurologists to grow our Neurosciences Departments in New Jersey & New York

Benefits we offer:

Competitive Compensation

Shareholder Opportunity

Comprehensive Benefits Package

CME Funding

Opportunities for Professional Growth

Administrative & Care Management Support

Summit Health and CityMD form a physician-driven, patient-centric network, committed to simplifying the complexities of health care and bringing a more connected kind of care. Our unique network was created by the 2019 merger between Summit Medical Group, one of the nation’s premier independent multispecialty medical groups, and CityMD, the leading urgent care provider in the New York metropolitan area. Together, Summit Health and CityMD deliver a more intuitive, comprehensive, and responsive care experience for every patient, regardless of the stage of life or health condition, through high-quality primary, specialty, and urgent care.

To apply and explore opportunities, visit our career page at or reach out to our recruiters at 3

Neurologist Opportunities

Neurologists with expertise in Clinical Neuromuscular, Cognitive/Behavioral Neurology, Neuropsychology, General Neurology, Neurohospitalist, Movement Disorder, and Stroke are invited to apply for open positions at Penn State Health Milton S. Hershey Medical Center, which is the academic medical center of the Penn State College of Medicine. This search represents part of a major institutional commitment to expansion of the neurosciences. The successful candidate will join the collegial faculty of Penn State Neurology, which is in an exciting period of growth under the leadership of the Chair, Krish Sathian, MBBS, PhD. Faculty rank will be commensurate with experience. Leadership opportunities are available to those with relevant experience.


• Medical degree – MD, DO, or foreign equivalent

• BC/BE in Neurology and relevant fellowship training or foreign equivalent

• Relevant clinical interest and expertise

• Excellent patient care abilities and interest in teaching


• Competitive compensation

• Generous benefits, including relocation assistance

FOR ADDITIONAL INFORMATION, PLEASE CONTACT: Anderson Smith, Physician Recruiter at

Neurologist to Join an Established Practice - No Stroke Call and Ability to Pursue Your Sub-Specialty Interests

BJC Medical Group at Missouri Baptist Medical Center seeks board -certified/board-eligible Neurologists to join our growing Neurology Associates practice in St. Louis County, MO! BJC Medical Group Neurology Associates is known for excellent patient care and superior diagnosis and treatment of general neurological conditions.

• Joining an established group of 5 physicians and 2 nurse practitioners

• Mentorship available to new providers

• Clinic hours: 8:00 am-5:00 pm

• Providers typically see 15 - 17 patients per day

• Patients are typically ages 18 years and older

• 36 patient hours with 4 administrative hours per week

• Providers will have a blend of inpatient and outpatient responsibilities

• Shared practice call of 1:6 with NO stroke call

• Dedicated Neuro hospital floor on campus

• Candidates who can read EMG or EEG would be a plus


Penn State Health is fundamentally committed to the diversity of our faculty and staff. We believe diversity is unapologetically expressing itself through every person’s perspectives and lived experiences. We are an equal opportunity and affirmative action employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to age, color, disability, gender identity or expression, marital status, national or ethnic origin, political affiliation, race, religion, sex (including pregnancy), sexual orientation, veteran status, and family medical or genetic information.
Stephanie Wright for more information:

Prescription for a Healthy Job Search: Three Perspectives

When it’s time for a job search, whether you’re completing residency or a practicing neurologist, it’s only natural to seek advice. These days, there’s a lot available: job boards, blogs, books, employment counselors…the field of career advising has grown exponentially, providing no end of expertise to tap into. But even with so much information on hand, there’s one source that job seekers often turn to first: their peers. Following are stories of three

neurologists and their job searches. As of this writing, two are in the hunt and one has started a new job. Each has experienced advances and setbacks, and they all have tips to offer.

Showing return on investment

As any number of people can attest, the pandemic wasn’t an ideal time for a job search, but you can’t always choose your timing. That was the case for Neil Patel, MD, MBA, who was finishing a fellowship in sports neurology in early 2020 just as the pandemic shutdowns were beginning. With few sports programs operating, options for work in his specialty weren’t strong. Needing an income, Patel pivoted to an area that was blossoming in the early days of the pandemic: telemedicine. His decision to take a teleneurohospitalist job early on let him ride out the bulk of the COVID-19 crisis as a remote worker while also continuing to build prospects for a sports neurology career.

Ideally, Patel says, he would like a sports neurology position focused on patient care. But he also knows the numbers might not work in his favor. For that reason, he’s expecting his new job would also include another role, perhaps in headache medicine, or something related to administration or even informatics. In the meantime, Patel plans to keep up his search process along with “extracurriculars,” such as attending conferences in the field and planning to take the brain injury boards.

To bolster his job search efforts, Patel is taking a novel approach. He uses his MBA training (impressively, a degree he started during residency and completed as a fellow) to create a business plan showing how his work would provide a return on investment for employers. As he notes, “There’s definitely a lot about the business of medicine that you don’t learn about in training. That’s one way my MBA fit in. I was able to show my value and how I’d contribute.”

So far, the strategy seems to be working, especially when combined with networking and direct outreach to potential employers. In the summer of 2022, Patel was offered a new role―which unfortunately fell through―and later, his process helped him get close to another offer before the position was filled from within.

As difficult as these near misses are, Patel isn’t giving up on his goal. Using more of his MBA skills, he has analyzed which types of employers are the 5

best prospects, helping him to stay targeted. “The sports neurology field isn’t big, so I’m hoping to help build something,” he explains. “When I am able to find someone to contact, I do research before I reach out. Finding out which department already has relationships with sports teams or sports medicine, for example. Then I can focus on figuring out if it’s something that can be paired with multiple departments, to share the load financially.”


Keep your search broad, in terms of different resources to use. “Don’t rely on just recruiters, but the AAN Neurology Career Center, LinkedIn, and other avenues, too. I definitely do like that the Career Center is promoting jobs and not just recruiters, so you can contact employers directly.”

Have a proposal and an idea of what you want and how you’d fit in. “The job you really want might not be listed, so you won’t know until you ask for it.”

Take time for yourself. “I never had time for a break before. It’s nice to get sleep, it’s nice to be doing old hobbies and enjoying life.”

Keeping it fresh at mid-career

“I’m learning.” Words everyone should strive to say every day are practically a mantra for James R. Brasic, MD, MPH. As an academic researcher specializing in clinical translational investigations of neurologic disorders, the very focus of his work has been to learn and then tell others what he’s found. That may be why it came as such blow when funding for his research was decreased two years ago and he was forced into an early retirement. Without this platform for learning and teaching, he was left unmoored. “I really didn’t tell anybody for a long time,” Brasic says now. “It has required a change in my view of myself and my career, and my various options.”

One of those options, which might not have occurred without the abrupt loss of his work, is the role he’s created for himself as a self-employed neuroscientist. That’s the title he’s using on his LinkedIn account and in his outreach, and it is an apt descriptor of his activities. In an unexpected twist on his career path, Brasic has found more freedom now to pursue his interests than when he was employed, including work with physicians and students from other countries. “I have a number of studies I would welcome students for,” he says. “I’d also be happy to collaborate on other peoples’ studies. I welcome collaborations with people all around the world.” It hasn’t been the easiest path. Initially uncomfortable with public speaking, Brasic learned to handle stage fright by joining ToastMasters and attending religiously. Unfamiliar with networking and self-promotion, he learned how to reach out to others using LinkedIn and other tools. And, used to having more structure in his work, he learned how to choose projects and collaborations that fit with his larger plan.

Which is? “I want to be in research. That’s what I do. I’m continuing the career that I’ve been developing for the past decades, clinical research in neurology.”


With that focus in mind, Brasic has continued his job search even while developing his own opportunities. He’s found that the academic research positions he seeks are highly competitive—with more than 100 applicants in some cases—causing him to add international relocation to the list of options he would now consider.

And he continues to grow, both professionally and personally. “I’ve published several papers this year, I’m working internationally, I’m making presentations. I’m really succeeding,” he says. “Even though I don’t have a job, I’m maintaining the skills to continue in an academic career. I’m learning.”

Job search tips from Brasic:

Use the Career Center offerings. “I’ve been grateful for the help from the AAN Career Center. I have utilized many of their comments on revising my CV; I thought they gave me a great service in providing that.”

Look for resources online. “There are a lot of free things online to access for good advice. For example, I’ve benefited from a number of good sessions on using LinkedIn.”

Narrow your focus. “In the past year, I’ve developed my job search focus. Initially, I was quite broad but I’m realizing the value of staying focused.”

Finding the fit

For Robin Ulep, MD, the job search wasn’t just an exercise in applying to postings and going through the interviews. It was more of an evolving process, shifting between what she was learning about the employers and what she was learning about herself. “My job search process was really self-reflective,” she says, “an examination of what I was looking for.” The process yielded results, with Ulep accepting a position in 2022 as an assistant professor in the Department of Neurology at Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai.

Although she started her job relatively soon after completing her vascular neurology fellowship, the search process actually began for Ulep at least a year or two earlier. That’s when she began collecting articles and tips provided by the AAN Career Center and reading about the job search online. Not coincidentally, that’s also when she started getting serious about the issues of burnout that she was hearing about. “I went into the field

of neurology because I wanted to be here,” Ulep says. “But, especially with all the news about physician burnout and the critical shortage of physicians, especially of women physicians leaving the workforce during the COVID pandemic, it really weighed on me that it could be difficult to stay in the field long-term without adequate support. I wanted a career with longevity, but I wasn’t sure if that was going to be possible.”

Deciding that she wanted to prioritize her well-being so she could stay in medicine for the long haul, Ulep began to focus on the way she wanted to work and the type of place where she felt that would be possible. Her decision? “Culture and environment at the institution are very important to me.”

With that realization, the process now seemed even more daunting. It’s one thing to evaluate a workplace based on tangibles such as pay or clinical duties, but assessing the culture felt less definable. To help break the problem down, Ulep relied on advice she’d received in residency to attend conferences and other professional events. As luck would have it, the pandemic provided her more opportunities than she might have had, because many of the sessions were being conducted online. It was in one of these sessions that she met the person who would eventually become the link to her job. “It was actually a year in advance (2020) of when I was planning to start my job search,” Ulep recalls. “But I went to the AAN Virtual Career Fair and was able to talk with the chair of the Department of Neurology at Mount Sinai. And then when I was ready, that was my touch point. I reached out to her and that really helped with my decision.”

Ulep continued her outreach and research during her fellowship, as well as her self-reflection. As she confirmed personal and professional goals, one that stood out to her was being at an institution that was actively making efforts to reduce health disparities in patient care. Knowing this was an issue she wanted to impact helped her decide on Mount Sinai, which serves the highly diverse New York City—Manhattan, Queens, and Brooklyn. In her discussions and networking, she was able to confirm the hospital’s match for her values, which made the choice seem easy in the end. “For me, it’s inspiring to serve my community and patients with stroke from diverse backgrounds.” 7


Take control of your search. “In residency and fellowship, it’s predetermined what you’ll be doing, so there’s no real control in that process. For job search, there are so many possibilities and no set timeline. It’s important to make your own timeline and to narrow down the search.”

Talk to insiders. “Learning about the institutions was important to me because I wanted to prioritize quality of life. Before I even reached out to certain places, I would talk to colleagues or people I’d met, to get their perspective. You can get information online but talking to someone who’s currently there helps you understand how you’d fit in.”

Start early to build your own data. “I created a separate email and signed up for a broad notification from the AAN Neurology Career Center so I could see different kinds of job postings. I learned a lot about

different jobs, what the pay was, the schedule and call. Later I used that as a resource, even if the postings were a year or two old, because sometimes it’s not easy to find that information when you need it.”

Moving your own search forward

Inspired? Comforted? Challenged? Stories from your peers are just a few of the processes you can learn about by talking with others about their career paths. If you haven’t begun your networking, or haven’t made it a focus for your search, now is the time to start. Talk with your mentors and peers, reach out to colleagues you haven’t met yet, and attend all the AAN Neurology Career Center live and online events you can. Whether it’s a great job search tip or the contact who will eventually lead to your next job, you won’t come away empty-handed. 

Headache Specialist - Neurology Bronson Methodist Hospital

Love Where You Work!

Team Bronson is compassionate, resilient and strong. We are driven by Positivity which inspires us to be our best and to go above and beyond for our patients, for one another, and for our community.

If you’re ready for a rewarding new career, join Team Bronson and be part of the experience.

™ has an opportunity for a board certified/eligible neurologist with fellowship training in headache medicine or certification as a headache specialist. The right candidate would be joining our specialized neurology division. The physician will provide headache medicine care in the outpatient setting and will include concussion management and procedures such as Botulinum toxin injections and nerve blocks. New graduates are welcome to apply!

Employed position within physician led Bronson Medical Group site practice with strong APP support at Bronson Methodist Hospital

Weekend call 1:12

Generous PTO and CME allowance

Malpractice and tail coverage

• Comprehensive benefit package starts on first day of employment

Where you work is important. Who you work with is even more important. By choosing Bronson, you will be at the forefront of healthcare transformation. At the same time, you'll be surrounded by a team of colleagues, nurses, support personal and administration that are second to none.

Please send CV to:

Cadace Morrow, Physician Recruiter

269.341.8631 or

• If desired, can pursue clinical research at Bronson as well as teaching and academic affiliation at Western Michigan University School of Medicine.

About Bronson Healthcare and Kalamazoo, Michigan

Bronson Healthcare, the region ’s leading system, has four hospitals, including Bronson Methodist Hospital. It is a Level One Trauma Center • Comprehensive Stroke Center accredited by The Joint Commission • Get With The Guidelines® Stroke Gold Plus (AHA/ASA) • Stroke Honor Roll Elite Plus awards (AHA/ASA)

Bronson Healthcare is located in southwest Michigan, just east of Lake Michigan and about halfway between Detroit and Chicago. area offers a diverse cultural opportunity, very affordable real estate and a major focus on education. Our area is home to several international companies including Eaton Corporation, Kellogg Company, Pfizer Inc., Stryker Corporation and Whirlpool Corporation.

The Kalamazoo/Southwest Michigan area has a variety of recreation options including: boating, hiking, biking, fishing, numerous nature preserves and parks, famous local breweries, diverse restaurants, zoo, airplane and car museums, symphony, theatre


NorthShore Edward Elmhurst Health System is a fully integrated, healthcare delivery system with 9 hospitals and more than 2,400 affiliated physicians, including 975 members of the NorthShore University Medical Group with more than 140 practice locations.

The General Neurologist will join a team of board-certified neurologists who work closely with expert Neurohospitalist, neurosurgeons and neurovascular interventional radiologists to provide specialized, comprehensive care for patients. Edward & Elmhurst Hospital rated #1 in the region by the National Research Corporation Designated Stroke Center of Excellence & Advanced Primary Stroke Comprehensive Stroke Center by the Joint Commission and DNV-GL. Join a collegial group of (6) Neurologists, (1) NeuroHospitalist, (1) Neurointerventionalists, (5) Neurosurgeons, (10) Advanced Practice Providers, and (2) Neurointensivist, inpatient Neuro Intensive Care Unit staffed by registered nurses specially trained in care of the brain and spine. Competitive compensation, EMR: EPIC

To learn more about opportunities with Edward Elmhurst Health

Contact: Lori Kramer System Physician Recruiter

To learn more about opportunities with Northwest Community Hospital

Contact: John Kurzatkowski Physician Recruiting Manager

To learn more about opportunities with NorthShore

Contact: Shawn Watzka Sr. Physician Recruiter

HCA Healthcare is one of the nation’s leading providers of healthcare services

We are comprised of approximately 2,300 sites of care, including hospitals, surgery centers, freestanding emergency rooms, urgent care centers and physician clinics, in 20 states and the United Kingdom. 9
We have full time inpatient and outpatient opportunities for BC/BE General Neurologists committed to a multidisciplinary team approach to patient care throughout the NorthShore Edward Elmhurst Health System.
Bridget Hyden, Physician Recruitment
352.208.9872 | E
*Hospital locations as of Jan. 1, 2023 HCA Healthcare hospitals Programs with neurology openings *As of Jan. 16, 2023 Programs with neurology interventional openings *As of Jan. 15, 2023
560K neurology encounters
7 accredited neurology residency programs 50K+ stroke patients treated annually 58 advanced stroke centers across the U.S.

Fulfilling the promise of medicine

Washington Permanente Medical Group is seeking full-time Neurologists to join our Riverfront team in Spokane, Washington.

We’re a fully integrated, independent and clinician-led medical group with a compelling mission to be the best place to give care and to receive care. We are looking for brilliant and compassionate physicians who believe in equity, innovation, and collaboration.

Free from the pressures of practicing fee-for-service medicine, our doctors

can focus on what matters most—their patients’ health. Our system combines quality resources, technology, state-of-the-art facilities, and true experts to collaborate.

To learn more about joining WPMG, please reach out to Agnieszka Swanson, , Neurology Recruiter.

Adult Neurologist EMG Trained Neurologist Director of Neuromuscular Medicine Neuroimmunology/Multiple Sclerosis Neurologist Experience the exceptional and rewarding lifestyle only Maine can offer. Situated on the southern Maine coast, Portland is ranked as the #1 safest place and the 8th best place to live by U.S. News and World Report. Come be a part of a neurology team that supports your work and lifestyle goals. For more information please contact Linda Wiley, Physician Recruiter at
Washington Permanente Medical Group | Medical Staff Recruiting RCB-C3S-03 | 1300 SW 27th Street, Renton, WA 98057

McLeod Health Seacoast seeks to hire BC/BE Neurologist s Myrtle Beach, South Carolina coastal outpatient practice

Serving northern Horry County (SC) and southern Brunswick County (NC), McLeod Health Seacoast has 155 patient beds, along with an expanding list of services. Our recent expansion includes our new modern bed tower in Little River and growth into the Carolina Forest area of Myrtle Beach.

• Established and growing practice joining 2 Physicians

• Strong support staff and 2 APPs

• 4.5 office days!

• NO Inpatient Call! NO Stroke Call!

These McLeod employed opportunities offer: Competitive Salary, Sign On Bonus, Relocation Allowance , Retirement and Full Benefits, CME Days and Allowance, Paid Malpractice, Qualifies for PSLF.

If interested, please send your CV to Emily Thompson; contact Emily at 843 -366-2043. Visit our website at or apply online at


for Neurologist in Charlotte, NC

Do you want to... practice medicine the way it was intended? spend more time with each patient? build lasting, impactful relationships with patients and families? So do we.

Our independent, nonprofit practice redefines care for adults with progressive cognitive and/or movement disorders. We treat both the patient and their caregivers because for a patient to succeed, their family must be informed, empowered and supported. Physician-led, multidisciplinary care teams see 6-7 patients each day, and we are committed to providing the time and attention required to navigate every step of a complex diagnosis.

We have a dedicated, experienced, highly collaborative clinical team, onsite PT/OT/ST, social worker support and a robust caregiver education program. We offer a competitive salary not driven by productivity targets, generous benefits, and work/life balance – no nights, weekends or on call commitments.

Does a growing practice committed to compassionate, comprehensive care intrigue you? Let's talk!

Contact Janet LeClair, Executive Director 11
Salary guarantee/No call

How to Keep Your Job Search Under the Radar

Well, this is awkward. You’ve decided to look for a new job, but you don’t want your current employer to know you’re searching. What can you do?

First of all, let go of any guilt. No matter how well you’ve been treated by your boss (or how poorly, for that matter), sometimes you just need to move on. You might be burned out in your job, or you could be hoping to practice more in your specialty, or perhaps you’re seeking a greater challenge than your employer can offer you. Whatever your reason(s) for leaving, it’s a normal part of being an employee. As for your patients, students, or colleagues—of course you’re torn about leaving them. But if you’ve made your decision, then the success of your transition might depend on putting your feelings aside.

Why such a secret?

Consideration for others is one reason physicians choose to keep a job search confidential, at least in the early stages. It can be very disruptive to a department or practice to know someone is leaving but not know when. Likewise, although patients appreciate ample notice for switching doctors, a months-long goodbye can prove unsettling.

Speaking of patients, there’s also a business reason for not broadcasting your departure too far in advance. People seeking a new physician might be less likely to choose you if they know you will be leaving soon. While it might seem only fair for prospective patients to have that information, what if you don’t follow through with your plan or can’t find


a suitable new job? If you end up staying, you don’t want to be needlessly scrambling to refill your patient schedule.

One more reason to keep a low profile while you’re job searching: If your boss knew you had been looking but couldn’t find what you wanted, you could be eating a major piece of humble pie. You could also lose leverage when negotiating changes to your current job. It’s hard for employers to invest resources in employees they consider a flight risk.

Preparing to conduct a low-profile search

If your plan is to stay below the radar with your search, you’re living in the right time. Today’s technology makes it more possible than ever to have private conversations and conduct research without being obvious about it. To take advantage of these opportunities, you’ll need to make some initial decisions about the geographic location of your new work and about the work itself. Basically, what kind of job do you want, and where? Being able to answer these questions lets you focus your outreach and conversations, which shortens your search and reduces the amount of “side chatter” that could lead back to your current employer.

Once you know what and where your next work will be, it’s time to dig out your employment contract, complete with its non-compete clause. If you have no non-compete, then no worries. But assuming that you do, you’ll need to know the parameters: How long are you restricted after leaving your job and what territory is covered by the restriction? If you discover that your contract conflicts with your goals, don’t panic. Depending on the situation, there may be a way to negotiate a favorable compromise with your employer. This would be a good time to talk with an attorney who specializes in medical practices to learn your options.

Finally, you’ll need an updated CV before you’re ready to launch your job search. If it’s been awhile since you last looked for a position, it’s smart to go the extra mile in preparing your CV. Rather than simply adding your current role to the top of the employment section, consider having your document remade professionally. Or, as middle step, submit it to the low-cost AAN CV review service at Careers. for recommendations on ways to refresh and modernize your document for today’s readers.

Ready, set, shhhh

Job goal, geographic goal, non-compete strategy, refreshed CV—check, check, check, check. It’s all systems go to launch your job search, but quietly. Here are three excellent resources to help you conduct an efficient but confidential search process.

1. The AAN’s Neurology Career Center. This is your go-to place for hundreds of current job postings in neurology, as well as helpful articles and tools to guide your job search process. Start by completing your confidential candidate profile and upload your CV to complete your file. Now when you see an interesting posting, you’ll be able to respond and apply in minutes.

2. Online job fairs. The Neurology Career Center hosts a virtual job fair online every three months, making it easy for you to connect directly with a dozen or more employers in a single session. If you haven’t tried this before, you’ll love the efficiency of using just a few hours to accomplish what would otherwise take days or weeks in terms of one-on-one meetings with currently-hiring employers. Best yet, these discussions are completely private, unlike in-person events where others can see you visiting employer booths.

3. Recruiters. When you feel pressed for time or need help making headway, recruiters can bring a welcome burst of activity to your job search. Once you tell a recruiter your work and geographic goals, he or she can search databases for opportunities that fit, then make the connection between you and the employer. You may also benefit from the recruiter’s counsel in terms of your goals and expectations.

Two things you should know, though—first, it’s common for recruiters to push the envelope a bit by bringing you opportunities on the edge of what you requested. You can always say no, so this isn’t really a problem; indeed, many doctors have found themselves delighted by taking jobs they wouldn’t have thought of pursuing. The second thing to know is that a recruiter’s candidate database can have a surprising half-life. That is, unless you explicitly request otherwise, recruiters have been known to shop their candidate CVs to employers even after a new position has been secured. Forewarned is forearmed: Ask the recruiter about their practices and make your wishes clear. 13

Tricky situations

For the most part, it’s very doable to conduct a job search under the radar. But there are some situations that take a bit of finesse or strategy. For example, if the position you want is internal—with the same employer, but in a different department— you’ll need to be quite strategic to keep things under wraps while you explore your options. In this case, it makes sense to shorten the “secret” stage of your job search as much as possible, to lessen the chance your boss will hear about it from someone other than you.

Likewise, using your normal network and references can also make it harder to keep your search confidential. And yet, you don’t want to forgo the important boost these colleagues and mentors could provide. One strategy to consider is to bring just a few people into your confidence, at least at the beginning. Once you’re ready to go public with your new job, first make individual calls or send personal emails to others in your network so they are nearly “first to know.” This will help preserve these important relationships without compromising your initial need for privacy.

Speaking of the initial need for privacy—don’t forget to state somewhere in your cover letters when

you respond to postings, “Thank you for keeping this confidential, as I am in the early stages of my exploration.” This can be done effectively as a P.S. after your signature line, or as part of the final paragraph of your letter.

One other tricky situation you’ll have to navigate is the interview question, “Why are you leaving your current job?” If you can’t say something simple, such as “We’re relocating to be near my spouse’s family,” you’ll need to strategize an answer in advance. For example, it probably wouldn’t land well to say, “I’m burned out” or even, “My work isn’t challenging me.” Honest as those answers may be, they throw up red flags for a new boss. A better strategy is to build your answer around excitement for the new job, not dissatisfaction in the old one. Perhaps, “I’ve been wanting to practice more in my specialty area and that’s something I feel like I can do in this position. I’m really excited about…”

Now you know the secret

Now that you know the secret for “under the radar” job searches, that’s one less barrier to hold you back. If you decide you’re ready for new work, there’s no time like the present to start. 

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Openings in Northern & Central California

For more information about these career opportunities and wage ranges, please visit:

Please email your CV to Ken Baker at: or call: (510) 625-6331 (o ce) or (510) 919-9971 (cell).

The Permanente Medical Group

We are an EOE/AA/M/F/D/V Employer. VEVRAA Federal Contractor.

The Permanente Medical Group, Inc. (TPMG) is one of the largest medical groups in the nation with over 9,000 physicians, 22 medical centers, numerous clinics throughout Northern and Central California, and a 75-year tradition of providing quality medical care.


• Competitive compensation and benefits package, including comprehensive vision, medical, and dental

• Interest Free Home Loan Program up to $250,000 (approval required)

• Relocation Assistance up to $10,000 (approval required)

• Malpractice and Tail Insurance

• Life Insurance

• Optional Long-Term Care Insurance

• Paid holidays, sick leave, and education leave

• Shareholder track

• Three retirement plans, including a pension plan and 401(k)

Morehouse School of Medicine (MSM), located in Atlanta, Georgia and has been recognized as the top institution among U.S. medical schools for achieving a social mission. The vision of MSM is to lead the creation and advancement of health equity.

Opportunities for General Neurology and Subspecialty Areas with Niche Opportunities for Fellowship Trained Neurologists. Candidates on Visa are Welcome.

The division of Neurology under the department of Medicine is growing! Join us and discover:

• Best mix of clinical, teaching and research

• Serve a diverse patient population

• Outpatient clinics tailored to your practice

• Train Future Neurologists

• Newly approved program starting in July 2023

• Collaborate with basic science researchers

• Research in genomics, transcriptomics, proteomics, single cell patch clamp neurophysiology, epilepsy neurophysiology etc.

• Be part of a great team that delivers health equity through culturally competent care

• Extensive referral networks

• Excellent practice and administrative support


• Board certified/eligible in Neurology at time of employment

• Fellowship training for subspecialties

• Licensed in the state of GA by the time of employment

• DEA, NPI & prescriptive authority

Reports to: Division Chief

Please send a letter of interest and current CV to: Uma Menon, MD, MBA: 15


A new concept in epilepsy private practice implementing the “Epilepsy Medical Home” model of care – making comprehensive epilepsy care available to all & featuring a 12 room independent epilepsy monitoring unit/video EEG monitoring unit.


• Extremely competitive base salary with profit sharing bonus

• Opportunity for growth

• Generous benefits

• Limited inpatient work/limited call

• Well organized practice with a “family-like” work environment with a team approach to patient care



Northwestern Medicine is pushing boundaries in our research labs, training the next generation of physicians and scientists, and pursuing excellence in patient care. As part of Northwestern Medicine Neurology, you will work with thought leaders and faculty members from a wide range of disciplines in an inclusive environment. With hospitals across Northern Illinois, including the Chicago suburbs, you can find the right job opportunity in the right place for you and your family. Visit to learn more about exciting job opportunities with Northwestern Medicine Neurology.

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Neurology opportunities in South Louisiana

This is a great opportunity to practice neurology in a collegial and patient -focused environment. Both newly trained and experienced physicians are encouraged to apply.

We’re Hiring Neurologists

The OU-TU School of Community Medicine is looking to hire neurologists to join our team!

Primary responsibilities will include student and resident teaching, patient care, and participation in scholarly activities. Competitive salary and excellent benefits package are offered. School of Community Medicine faculty are appointed through the University of Oklahoma College of Medicine with academic rank based on qualifications.

Successful applicants will hold an MD/DO or equivalent degree, be a graduate of an ACGME residency and Neurology fellowship, be qualified to obtain Oklahoma licensure, and eligible for credentialing under OU Health Physicians as well as area medical facilities.

The University of Oklahoma Health Sciences Center seeks to recruit and retain a diverse community of health professionals and scholars. We seek a community with a wide range of perspectives and experiences, and we provide equal employment opportunities to qualified applicants without regard to race, color, religion, political beliefs, national origin, age (40 or older), sex (see Sexual Misconduct, Discrimination policy) sexual orientation, genetic information, gender identity, gender expression, disability, or veteran status. 17
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• Inpatient: 7on, 7off schedule

• Outpatient: Monday - Friday schedule with no call

• $50,000 Upfront Bonus

• $6,000 CME annually

• Join a hospital-employed group of four board-certified Neurologists and one APRN

• Student loan repayment and residency/ fellowship stipends available

• Funded liability insurance/ malpractice/ tail coverage, multiple retirement plans, full health/ medical benefits & more

• Fully-integrated EMR (Epic)

• Certified Stroke Center “Gold Seal” by The Joint Commission

• Recognized as a "High Performing Hospital" by U.S. News & World Report

For more information text /call Jerry Price at 502 -657-8678 or

us at booth #1185 at the 2023 AAN Annual Meeting!

St. Luke’s University Health Network, the region’s largest, most established health system, a major teaching hospital, and one of the nation’s 100 Top Hospitals is seeking a passionate BC/BE Pediatric Neurologist to join our Pediatric Neurology practice providing excellent care at St. Luke’s University Health Network. St. Luke’s pediatrics department is growing and expanding our offering of services. We are seeking providers who are excited by growth and new opportunities.

Highlights include:

• St. Luke’s University Hospital –Bethlehem campus, is now a proud member of the Children’s Hospital Association, representing the Network’s investment in continuing to grow services for pediatric patients.

• The inpatient pediatric units are located at St. Luke’s University Hospital –Bethlehem Campus. A new replacement 17 bed inpatient unit opened this spring and the Network’s first Pediatric Intensive Care Unit opened with 8 beds in early 2020.

• The department is supported by a growing team of pediatric specialists covering 15 specialty areas including: pediatric surgery, gastroenterology, endocrinology, nephrology, developmental pediatrics, neurology, cardiology, dermatology, psychiatry, pulmonology, radiology, sleep medicine, anesthesia, orthopedics and plastic surgery!

• St. Luke’s Pediatric Specialty Center, the region’s first and only freestanding building completely dedicated to providing care for pediatric patients opened in the spring of 2022.

In joining St. Luke’s University Health Network you’ll enjoy:

• Substantial compensation and a rich benefits package, including malpractice insurance, health and dental insurance & CME allowance

• Starting bonus and relocation assistance

• Work/life balance & flexibility

• Team-based care with welleducated, dedicated support staff

• A culture in which innovation is highly valued Professional support and growth within the network

• Teaching, research, quality improvement and strategic development opportunities

If you are interested in learning more about this opportunity, please contact:

Christine Figler

Physician Recruiter

St. Luke’s University Health Network

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Baptist Health Medical Group, a physician-led, multispecialty network of providers, is seeking BE/BC physicians who desire a highly collaborative work environment and are dedicated to a patient-first philosophy to grow our network across Kentucky and southern Indiana. We offer Inpatient or Outpatient opportunities for Neurologists with a lucrative income potential, student loan repayment, and a resident/fellowship stipend.


Why join Baptist Health?

With Baptist Health Medical Group, you’ll find a caring, collaborative environment, where leadership listens, work/life balance is a priority, and there is a strong focus on family.

Opportunity Incentives:

• Competitive compensation and benefits package - Up to $200,000 in recruiting incentives

• Two-year income guarantee with opportunity for additional productivity and quality bonuses

• Resident/Fellowship stipend program

• Student loan repayment and debt counseling

• Generous time off (7+ weeks per year for full time physicians)

• Paid CME/licensure and malpractice insurance/tail coverage

• EPIC- electronic health record system integrated throughout all hospital and practice locations

• Immigration support and complimentary legal services, if needed

For more information


Rupinder Kaur, Executive Director of Physician Recruitment 502.322.7703 cell

Becca Petry Physician Recruitment Sourcer 843.812.8199 cell

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Perhaps this has happened to you: You go onto the AAN Neurology Career Center job board and start perusing the postings. Before long, you’ve identified a position that sounds pretty good. You read the information with growing interest, your cursor hovering over “Apply Now”…and hovering…and hovering. And then you move on to another position, or perhaps you leave the site.

What just happened? The diagnosis is simple: You’re suffering from Application Hesitation. Despite your best intentions, you’re stopping yourself from completing a few short steps that could lead to an interesting new job.

So that explains what’s happening, but not why. Here are some of the reasons people hesitate to apply for jobs, even when they’re very interested. If you see any that describe your situation, the prescription

Top 10 Ways to Overcome Application Hesitation

provided will help you overcome the barrier.

10 Reasons for Application Hesitation and the Prescribed Antidotes

1. Fearing that clicking “apply” will open the floodgates. You may have had the experience of answering an online ad and suddenly finding your inbox filling up with unwanted solicitations. That’s a reasonable fear with other job boards, but the Academy sees you as a valued member, not a product to sell to advertisers, so your information is kept confidential.

Antidote: Click “apply.” You’re not likely to receive unwanted email from employers you contact on the Career Center’s job board but if you do, just opt out.

2. Fearing that applying could initiate a process you don’t have time for. It’s one thing to complete a brief application process, but another to fit conversations and meetings

into your schedule. You might be concerned that applying will obligate you to steps you can’t commit to right now.

Antidote: If your application results in contact from a recruiter or employer, simply explain your schedule conflicts in a brief response. In most cases, they’ll be able to work with you to fit your calendar.

3. Unprepared for the interview process. Scheduling interviews may not be your concern so much as actually participating in them. It may have been awhile since you’ve interviewed for employment as opposed to matching for a training program. Indeed, perhaps you’ve never done that as a neurologist, at least not yet.

Antidote: You’re going to have to cross this bridge sometime, so why not now? Go ahead and apply, then get busy. You’ll find helpful articles in the Neurology Career Center to help you prep for interviews.


4. Not feeling certain the job will be a good fit. This is one of those closed-loop problems. Without more information, you don’t know if this job would be right for you— but because you don’t know, you hesitate to apply, which is how you would get more information.

Antidote: Apply. Determining fit is something that happens during conversations with the recruiter or employer, which is what happens after they receive your application.

5. Not feeling clear on your overall career direction. Of course, you know you’ll be working as a neurologist, but you may be feeling less clarity about practicing in a subspecialty, or what balance you want between research and teaching, or any number of other issues relating to your career path. This can lead to a kind of window-shopping process where you review postings in the hopes of finding that clarity, without ever moving forward.

Antidote: Go ahead and take a spin through the postings without clicking apply. Then collect your favorites and apply to the two that appeal to you most. Just starting the conversations with recruiters may be enough to help sort through your priorities, but if it isn’t, you can repeat the exercise. Eventually you will have enough information to make good comparisons between different options.

6. Not feeling certain you’re qualified for the job. Some job postings are very detailed while others leave a lot to the imagination. In both cases, it’s easy for a candidate to feel intimidated and uncertain about being qualified.

Antidote: Deciding whether you’re qualified is actually not your job―it’s the job of the recruiter or employer. When you feel interested but uncertain, go ahead and apply. Even if you’re not qualified, you may receive information about other positions for which your skills are a better match.

7. Not wanting to waste anyone’s time. This is a cousin to the issue of feeling unqualified or uncertain about what the position requires. You hate to start something just to have it fizzle out when you could have saved everyone the trouble to begin with.

Antidote: Again, let the recruiters make that determination; it’s their job. If you asked them, they would almost certainly tell you they’d rather spend the time with you than not, even if the situation doesn’t end with a match.

8. Finding something that’s “off” in the posting. Perhaps you’re not certain about the location, or you’d prefer a different mix of duties, or you’re concerned the salary won’t work.

Antidote: This is a case where you can assume too much. As in, assuming you understand the position from such a short description, or assuming nothing about the position can be changed. Applying will give you entrée to the conversations that will give you the facts you need.

9. Not feeling certain about building a career with this employer. How do you know this hospital or practice is wellmanaged, or that you’ll be treated well by them? How can you be sure they’re growing, or will help you manage your career well?

Antidote: In truth, you might never feel complete certainty

about a potential employer before you sign on. Instead of setting certainty as a goal, vow to do your due diligence before accepting an offer by talking with others or researching web sites for reviews by other employees. In the meantime, go ahead and apply, or the question will be moot.

10. Not feeling ready to commit to an offer. You may be checking the postings a few months or even years early, in terms of when your training will be finished. Or, you may be right on time, but still feeling hesitant about starting this next chapter in your career.

Antidote: Ask any recruiter and they’re likely to tell you they’d rather hear from you early than not at all. Go ahead and apply so you can start the conversation about this role or employer. If you’re ahead of schedule, you can say so and let the recruiter decide whether to keep moving forward. You may be surprised to learn that some opportunities can be locked in a long time in advance, and sometimes include a signing bonus or other financial incentive. But no worries—if you’re not ready to make that commitment, you only need to say so.

So…should you apply?

Yes! You really should. Your reasons for hesitating are valid, but also permeable. That is, although each of these 10 reasons makes sense, none of them preclude you from contacting the employer or recruiter. By clicking to apply, you begin a conversation and a relationship that could lead to the best job of your career. And even if it doesn’t, you’ll be more connected and informed than if you had sat on the sidelines. So, go ahead: Stop hovering your cursor and Apply Now.  21

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Sentara Healthcare, an Award Winning, Innovative Healthcare System in Beautiful Coastal Virginia, is expanding their Neurology division.

Exciting Opportunities For:

Neurohospitalists- Up to $334,000 annually, 7 on/ 7 off day shift model with two-night calls per week on service, No Acute Stroke Alert responsibility. PA/NP support.

Epilepsy Neurology- Minimum $340,000 Salary Plus model, Comprehensive Regional Level III epilepsy center with a growing surgical program. Night and weekend call is limited strictly to Epilepsy

Outpatient Neurology- up to $334,000 Salary Plus RVU model, NO NIGHT OR WEEKEND CALL! No Acute Stroke Alert responsibility. Subspecialty interest is welcomed.

Be part of Sentara Medical Group, the largest neurology practice in the area! The division serves as the formal Department of Neurology for Eastern Virginia Medical School, where teaching opportunities as well as academic appointments are encouraged.

Interested? Contact Kay Miller at: 757-252-3032 /

Neurology Opportunity in the Beautiful Berkshires of Western Massachusetts

Location Highlights

• The Berkshires offers a beautiful setting with a small town feel and endless cultural opportunities of a big city.

Opportunity Highlights

• Well established practice with a team of well rounded, experienced Physicians and Nurse Practitioners.

• Subspecialty or General Neurology interests welcome.

• 1 in 5 call arrangement gives you the 'perfect' position to balance both your professional interests and personal commitments.

• Flexible balance of inpatient/outpatient coverage.

• Practice where you are respected, supported and challenged.

• Primary Neurology practice in Berkshire County with a Joint Commission Certified Stroke Center.

• Competitive salary with an incentive program and sign on bonus that includes relocation assistance.

• Excellent benefits including 4 weeks’ vacation and allotted days and allowance for CME.

Interested candidates are invited to contact: Michelle Maston, Physician Recruiter at or Apply online at:

• Art, theaters, museums, concert venues, restaurants, local small businesses, fitness centers, golf and spa resorts. We have it all!

• Four seasons of fun and adventure offering skiing, snowshoeing, kayaking, rafting, sightseeing, hiking along the Appalachian Trail and road/mountain biking.

• Affordable lifestyle with excellent public and private schools makes us an ideal family location.

• Only a 2.5-hour drive to Boston, MA and New York City.

Hospital Highlights

• Our mission is to advance health and wellness for everyone in our community in a welcoming, inclusive, and personalized environment.

• Berkshire Medical Center is a 298 -bed community teaching hospital with residency programs, nationally recognized physicians, and world class technology.


The Neurologic Group of Bucks/Montgomery County is seeking a General Neurologist to work P/T or F/T in an outpatient setting located in the Northern suburbs of Philadelphia. The ideal candidate will practice General Neurology, EMG experience preferred. A major attraction would be the absence of hospital call. Extensive benefit package available.

Contact Lisa Snyder at with interest or for more information.


Tower Health Neuroscience Center, a multi-subspecialty clinical service line including Neurologists and APPs, is seeking Neurologists with the desire to practice within their clinical field of interest as part of a newly established, collegial group. Now hiring Neurologists with expertise in:

• General Neurology

• Vascular Neurology

• Cognitive Neurology

• Neuroimmunology

• Sleep Neurology

• Neurohospitalist

• Movement Disorders

• Neurorehabilitation

• Neurophysiology

• Neuromuscular

Successful candidates will be appointed faculty positions at our recently inaugurated ACGME neurology residency program and clerkship through Drexel University College of Medicine. For more information, contact: Kenneth Nichols, Sr. Physician Recruiter, 484-628-6581 or Tower Health is an Equal Opportunity Employer committed to creating a diverse and inclusive environment reflective of the communities we serve. 23

Southeast Neurology & Pain Management is seeking a well -trained neurologist to join our growing practice in Thomasville, GA. Our company was established in 2010 in Tallahassee, FL with only 5 employees but over the past decade, we have grown to over 70 employees and added our second location in Thomasville. Our growth is a direct result of our commitment to providing excellent patient care and the reputation we have built in our community for improving the health and quality of life of our patients. Under the leadership of our 5 physicians and 8 physician extenders, we offer a full range of neurological and pain management services.

Ifyouarelookingforahigh-energyatmosphere andapracticethatisgrowing,then Southeast Neurology & Pain Management istheplaceforyou!

Please contact Suzanne Hopkins to discuss this great opportunity.

Suzanne Hopkins | Human Resources Director p) 850-558-1717 f) 850-765-0118

Who We Are Looking For...

• A board eligible / board certified neurologist who is experienced in general and specialty neurology

• A dynamic teammate who is passionate about patient care and can thrive in a fast-paced environment

• Visa candidates are welcome

Why Work For Us...

• We are bursting at the seams so you can anticipate a quick ramp-up with an almost instant patient base

• Our outpatient clinic hours are Monday – Thursday 7:30 - 5:00 and an extremely manageable call schedule which allows for the perfect work/life balance

• We offer a highly competitive salary and generous benefit package

• Position can be affiliated with Florida State University College of Medicine

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Lexington Clinic is seeking a BC/ BE GENERAL NEUROLOGIST to join a busy practice in Lexington, Kentucky. The practice consists of two board-certified Neurologists, and sees a wide range of adult neurological disorders.


• Large internal referral base / Outpatient only

• Autonomy• Flexible schedule

• Experienced and dedicated multi-specialty peer network

• Competitive compensation with significant earning potential

• $150k signing/retention bonus

• Benefits package for physicians that includes health and dental, 401K, independent/dependent life coverage, short/long-term disability, long-term care, vacation and CME time, CME stipend and a flexible spending account.



Audra Davidson Manager, Physician Recruitment 859.230.4417



Advocate Health, one of the largest not-for-profit health systems in the nation is seeking General and Subspecialty Neurologists for locations throughout metro Chicago, IL, Milwaukee, WI and eastern Wisconsin.

We offer:

• Physician-led medical group of over 3,700 employed physicians

• Market competitive salary guarantee

• Robust benefits with student loan forgiveness

• Niche opportunities for subspecialists

For more information, contact Becky at

Position Highlights:

• Outpatient Neurologist position - subspecialty interests welcomed

• Excellent call schedule - outpatient calls only, no stroke call

• Enjoy work/life balance with a flexible schedule – weekdays only

• Be a part of a collegial network of over 20 Neurologists

• Enjoy the support of a stable health system

Our Commitment to You:

• Increased Signing Bonus and Educational Loan Repayment

• Physician- Designed Compensation Model: Base, Quality and Productivity

• $4,500 CME Allowance, Malpractice Coverage Including Tail

WellSpan Health is actively seeking a full-time Board Certified or Board Eligible Neurologist to join our regional team of Neurologists in Lancaster and Lebanon, Pennsylvania. Practices are conveniently located within driving distance of Philadelphia and Baltimore. Join WellSpan Health - recently recognized as a Forbes Best Employer in Pennsylvania!

For Confidential Consideration Contact: Cris Williams, Physician Recruiter, WellSpan Health 717-812-4487

• Retirement Saving Plans, Medical, Dental, Vision, Disability and Life Insur ance

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Advocate Health is actively recruiting General and Subspecialty Neurologists to join our team in beautiful Central and Northeast Wisconsin.


• Collaborative partners and strong support staff

• Student loan forgiveness, robust benefits and market leading compensation

• Will support H-1B visa

• Commitment to work life balance

• Picturesque, family friendly and affordable cities with unlimited outdoor recreation:

• Sheboygan

• Oshkosh

• Green Bay

• Marinette

For more information, contact Becky at


• Enjoy outdoor activities year-round.

• Nearby rivers, lakes and oceans for in-water, on-water activities, or just enjoying the scenery.

• Plenty of spectator sport event options including NFL, MLB, NBA, NHL and collegiate.

• Excellent public and private school options for elementary through college.

• Comfortable family environments – not a big city and not too rural.

• Physician owned and governed group focusing on the delicate balance between home and work.

• Dedicated to providing valued care to our patients, their support system, and our communities.

For more information call or email us your CV. Phone: (352) 224-2404 E-Mail:

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