BC General Neurologist Needed for Excellent Outpatient Only Opportunity in West Monroe, LA
Steward Health Care is seeking a Board Certified General Neurologist to join their Glenwood Regional team in West Monroe, LA. Clinic has brand new fully integrated EHR system and access to Glenwood Regional's unique partnership with Ochsner Clinic Foundation’s Stroke Telemedicine Program.
This is a HUGE OPPORTUNITY as there is a need for a General Neurologist in this community. The new physician would be walking into a massive referral system yet still be able to enjoy a standard business hours work schedule and a strong work/life balance.
- Main responsibilities will be comprised of 75% general neurology, 25% sleep medicine or EMG reading
- Call is covered by the (2) Neurohospitalists and (1) Pediatric Neurologist
- RVU bonus potential, great payor mix
Glenwood Regional Medical Center’s proud tradition of providing high-quality healthcare started more than fifty years ago. Over the years, the hospital has grown in size, adding new services and modern technology, but you’ll still find the same family-oriented, friendly service that’s been the cornerstone of this community hospital since the day it opened.
Glenwood is the only full-service hospital in West Monroe. From its busy birthing center to its emergency room to its surgical suites, the hospital offers a broad spectrum of services to care for the community.
Over the years Glenwood Regional Medical Center has been a leader in bringing the latest technological innovations to the residents of Ouachita Parish. Glenwood was one of the first hospital’s in the area to pioneer 64-slice CT technology, that offers the clearest views ever obtained of the human heart. Digital Mammography services are recognized as the gold standard in detecting abnormalities and disease in the breast. Glenwood has electronic patient records and electronic bar code scanning of medications to further improved the accuracy and speed information can be shared among caregivers about their patients.
Glenwood has been nationally recognized for quality, especially in the area of cardiology. It also consistently scores high in patient satisfaction. Glenwood became a member of the IASIS family of hospitals in February 2007Hospital Highlights:
- Heart and Vascular Institute – Award-winning heart program including cardiac catheterization, cardiovascular surgery, 64-slice CT imaging, hybrid OR, cardiac rehabilitation, heart disease prevention and diabetes management programs
- Women’s and Children’s Pavilion – Dedicated women and children’s wing with labor and delivery birthing suites, newborn and neonatal intensive care, a pediatric unit and comprehensive women’s surgery department
- Cancer Center – Offering IMRT/IMRS, a dedicated oncology nursing unit, stereotactic breast biopsy and brachytherapy services
- Emergency Medicine – Providing comprehensive emergency care, including a chest pain center for fast treatment of heart attacks and a fast-track for minor emergencies
- Diagnostic Imaging – Advanced diagnostic imaging technology, including 64-slice CT Scanner, MRI, Nuclear Medicine, Digital Mammography and Ultrasound
- Rehabilitation Services – Comprehensive inpatient and outpatient rehabilitation services with cardiac and pulmonary rehabilitation programs and physical, occupational and speech therapies
- Sleep Apnea Center – Nationally-accredited sleep medicine program
Why Monroe?With the beautiful Ouachita River winding through the middle of the city, an array of entertainment, countless activities and shopping opportunities, affordable housing, and a family-oriented feel there’s a lot to lobe about Monroe, Louisiana. Whether you’re interested in art and culture, outdoor recreational activities, restaurant-hopping, golf, or nightlife, there is something for you in Monroe. Let the Southern charm and hospitality, a growing economy, and the friendly neighbors win over your heart… because you will fall in love with this amazing city! Life in Monroe Nightlife Looking for something to do after hours? Check out a diversity of options for a night-on-the-town experience, including delicious restaurants, live music and pubs. It’s easy to find a laid back atmosphere, as well as upscale options. Of course, you’ll also discover that music is a big deal here in Monroe, and many local restaurants stand in venues for singer-songwriters and a diverse range of musicians. Also, you won’t want to miss Monroe’s shopping plazas, art galleries, movie theaters, and other community events. Restaurants Looking for a place to eat? Let Southern cooking, traditional barbecue and fried catfish serve as your introduction to Monroe’s diverse dining experiences. From fine dining to casual barbecue joints, Monroe has it all. There are many locally-owned restaurants and food trucks offering seafood, steak, Italian cuisine, pizza, burgers, Indian food and more. Additionally, many of these restaurants offer live music and entertainment. A local favorite is the Warehouse No. 1 Restaurant, which overlooks the Ouachita River and features a beautiful outdoor seating area for delicious seafood, steaks and cocktails. Shopping Pecanland Mall, the largest shopping mall in North Louisiana, is a favorite shopping destination in Monroe. This mall is home to all of your favorite department stores and shops, including Belk, Dick’s Sporting Goods, Victoria’s Secret, Target, Ross, TJ Max and many more. Antique lovers… you’ll want to take a trip to the Antique Alley, where you can find countless stores full of antique treasures. From clothing and gifts to art, furniture and home decor, Antique Alley is a temporary home to great deals and beautiful heirlooms. Countless other boutiques, sporting stores and shops are scattered throughout Monroe, giving residents and visitors alike the opportunity to shop till you drop. Weather Monroe can get hot and humid in the summers, with the average temperature reaching past 90 ºF. There is quite a bit of rainfall annually, with some heavy rain and thunderstorms sprinkled into the spring and summer months. Winters are not too severe – offering a rather mild climate with few days below freezing. All in all, you will find the weather fairly comfortable, except for a few hot summer days… nothing a swimming pool and some air conditioning can’t fix! Arts & Culture Northeast Louisiana has always held arts and culture in high esteem. There are many music venues, galleries and museums scattered throughout the city, as well as other performance hubs for dancers and actors. Events and festivals are always on the calendar as Monroe continues to expand and grow. Masur Museum of Art Visit the largest visual arts museum in Northeast Louisiana: the Masur Museum of Art. With free admission, everyone is welcomed and encouraged to participate in the various activities and educational programs offered at the Masur. This museum features a diversity of art from famous artists such as Alex Katz, Salvador Dali, and others. The Masur provides fun and education, as well as an inspirational experience the entire family can appreciate. Chennault Aviation and Military Museum Do you love history and the United States military? Come on out to Chennault Aviation and Military Museum to get an extensive overview of the aviation and military history of Northeastern Louisiana. Featuring fascinating exhibits on military activity from World War I through Afghanistan and Iraq, Chennault provides extensive information about American military history. This museum is actually held in one of the last standing buildings from the WWII Selman Field Army Navigation School, which adds to the uniqueness of a visit here. Monroe Symphony Orchestra If you appreciate the beautiful sounds of a symphony orchestra, be sure to attend a performance by Monroe’s finest musicians. Holiday performances, classical and pop concerts, guest performances, choral works, Broadway musicals, and educational concerts make the Monroe Symphony Orchestra a cherished part of Northeast Louisiana. Northeast Louisiana Ballet Companies There are two ballet companies that continue to dazzle audiences in our area: the Louisiana Delta Ballet and the Twin City Ballet. These two companies provide holiday entertainment and impressive productions year-round. Recent performances include The Polar Express and Cinderella. Young dancers who would like to learn from the very best are encouraged to get involved in these dance companies. Monroe Housing The city of Monroe is a wonderful and exciting place to live. There is much to do here, and with all that is offered, it is a very convenient and family-friendly location. You will be happy to know that Northeastern Louisiana is considered to an affordable city, with homes in popular neighborhoods available for great prices. It has been said that your money can go a long way in this city – compared to others like Houston or Denver. In Monroe, you can have a relatively comfortable quality of life without having to pay a hefty price. Education Education for Children Educational opportunities can be a major deciding factor when moving your family. We are happy to share that there are many excellent options for public school education here in Monroe; additionally, there are many acclaimed private schools int he region. The city of Monroe has its own department of education, the Monroe City School System, which includes 18 elementary schools, three junior high schools and three high schools. Universities Higher education is greatly valued in Monroe. Within 30 minutes of downtown you can find three well-known college universities, as well as one community college. The University of Louisiana at Monroe, which offers nine campuses in the state of Louisiana, Grambling State University, Louisiana Tech University and Delta Community College are all close by. Travel & Highlights Biedenharn Museum & Gardens Joseph A Biedenharn was the first bottler of Coca-Cola. Additionally, Biedenharn and his son were among the founders of Delta Air Lines, which has strong early roots in Monroe. Today his gorgeous home and gardens are on display to the public at Biedenharn Museum & Garden. This fascinating place is full of exciting Coca-Cola memorabilia and lovely gardens you will want to see for yourself. You can even buy a Coca-Cola for a nickel as you walk through the gardens! Louisiana Purchase Gardens & Zoo What better way to spend the day than going to the local zoo with the family? With zoo animals like lions, bears, zebra, elk, birds and even a reptile house and insect exhibit on display, this place will keep the whole family intrigued for hours on end. The zoo has access to more than 80 acres of land with 400+ animals on display. There is even a special exhibit celebrating species unique to the state of Louisiana. Landry Vineyards Do you love picnics, wine and cheese, dancing and live music? If so, you will love Landry Vineyards, a family-owned winery in West Monroe. Many people come and experience the tastes of Blackberry Monroe wine, Cabernet Sauvignon and more. There is always something fun happening at the vineyard with harvest festivals and tours available seasonally. So, grab a blanket and come out to enjoy the festivities. For the Kids Northeast Louisiana Children's Museum Looking for a fun and educational day out with the kids? Take them to the Northeast Louisiana Children’s Museum! Teach the kids that learning can be fun as they go through various exhibits – such as the Discovery Hospital, where they can get on their hands and knees and crawl through a giant heart and listen to the beat, or pretend to be a doctor and take care of a baby in the NICU. Next, head over to the cafe, where they can learn to wait on tables, as well as all the behind-the-scenes work that goes into running a restaurant business. There is much to discover in this incredibly fun, hands-on children’s museum. Outdoor Recreation Black Bayou Lake National Wildlife Refuge Are you a lover of the outdoors? Enjoy canoeing or hiking? Look no further than Black Bayou Lake National Wildlife Refuge. By preserving the natural habitat of countless animals, such as alligators, fish, turtles, deer, raccoons, foxes and more, this refuge is on a mission to teach others to appreciate wildlife at its finest. With trails for walking and hiking, as well as canoes available for rent on beautiful Black Bayou lake, this little spot allows for great fun in the great outdoors. The best part is the breathtaking pier, where you will be surrounded by picturesque views of the lake. Ouachita River Fishing With the 600-mile Ouachita River running through the cities of Monroe and West Monroe, this town has become known as a paradise to outdoor-lovers and fisherman, especially. From fall all the way through the winter months, many fisherman will come to the river and cast their nets for a catch. Bass are plentiful here, so it’s not uncommon to see bass fishing tournaments attract people from all over the U.S. Not only is the river great for fishing, but the natural beauty surrounding you will make the experience one you won’t forget. Water Skiing & Boating Bayou DeSiard flows along the northern border of Monroe, drawing out many locals with their boats, water-skis, and jet-skis. The water is a nice escape from the hot, humid summertime heat, and the experience makes for a great family-friendly outing. Grab your skis, a pal, and get out there on the lake for some good summer fun! Sports Golf There are more than ten award-winning golf courses within our city. And, with a variety of greens, golfers of all experience levels will be challenged and delighted to play here. One of the top courses in the area is located at Black Bear Golf Club, which is just an easy 30 minutes away. This 18-hole, par-72 course is gorgeous and has been ranked as the “Number One Public Course in Louisiana,” by Golfweek Magazine. With amenities like a clubhouse, pro shop and restaurant, as well as a beautiful hotel, this place is a dream for golfers. Meanwhile, Forsythe Park offers excitement to golfers, as well as the whole family! With picnic areas, sand volleyball courts, softball fields, walking paths, a swimming pool, and a 9-hole municipal golf course, there are many features for everyone to enjoy. Other courses include Chennault Park Course, an 18-hole, 208-acre golf course with a driving range, beautiful Bermuda grass and a golf pro shop. Also, check out Frenchman’s Bend Golf Course which is an 18-hole, par-72 golf with stunning views. Building for the Future There is a whirlwind of excitement surrounding the growth and development of Monroe. Monroe is already a wonderful city to live in, and with new developments, businesses, restaurants and residencies being constructed yearly, Monroe is only getting better. The city has been putting many resources towards the development of new and diverse ideas that will strengthen the local economy and enrich the city at large. With many career opportunities for residents, thriving businesses and a Fortune 500 company with headquarters in the area, Monroe is growing and changing by the minute. Now is a great time to call Monroe home!
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